10 reasons why you have to visit the Katavi National Park

14 September 2016
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Tanzania’s Katavi National Park is the perfect location for travellers looking to experience an authentic African safari experience.

Katavi is Tanzania’s third largest national park, but also the least travelled. However, Katavi will give you a good insight into what it was like to have visited Africa centuries ago.

If you’re planning a Tanzania safari, here are 10 reasons why you should visit the Katavi National Park.

 

 

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