Kisiwa - Island
The Rubondo Island National Park is undoubtedly worth visiting. Located in northwest Tanzania, it is considered a haven for waterbirds, but you can also find large animals such as elephants there.What we appreciate the most about Tanzania's national parks is that they all have a history. For this particular one, it became a game reserve in 1965. The sole reason was to give the animals shelter, some form of a sanctuary they could use. About a decade after that, in 1977, it became established as a national park.
When it comes to this island, you will probably find this incredibly fascinating – it can rain at any point, any day. Because of the tropical climate, we advise visiting this park during the dry months in summer. More than 70% of the island is covered in equatorial rainforests, making it a haven for giraffes, elephants, chimpanzees, and the sitatunga antelope. In essence, Rubondo Island National Park poses an extraordinary example of various and lush vegetation, making it one of the top Tanzania tourist attractions.
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