Burigi Chato National Park
ABOUT BURIGI CHATO NATIONAL PARK
Recently gazetted as a National Park Burigi Chato combines 3 former Game Reserves into 1 unit that is now 4,707 sq km making it the 4th largest National Park in Tanzania.
Stretching from Lake Victoria in the East to the Rwandan boundary in the West, Burigi-Chato is an enormous piece of the wild country encompassing freshwater lakes, long hills, rocky crags along escarpments, deeply set valleys lined with forest, open plains, swamps, rivers, flood plains and hundreds of square kilometers of medium and tall grass wooded savanna – mostly combretum and Terminalia known as Miombo.
WHERE TO EXPLORE
TANZANIA'S TOP WILDLIFE AREA
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