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Our imaginative Eclipse tours to Faroe Islands, Indonesia, Tanzania and North America (Wyoming), are designed to give the best viewing opportunities, with expert knowledge and an incredible traveling experience. Our astronomer led and culture-rich astronomy tours provide opportunities to experience unique astronomical events and excellent star gazing in exotic countries. 

As well as set date eclipse and astronomy tours, we also tailor make eclipse and astronomy travel for individuals. 

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Katavi National Park

About Katavi National Park

Size: 4,471 sq km (1,727 sq miles), Tanzania's third largest national park

Location: Southwest Tanzania, east of Lake Tanganyika.

The headquarters at Sitalike lie 40km (25 miles) south of Mpanda town.

The wilderness of Katavi National Park, located in the western area of Tanzania, is one of the most untouched areas of the entire country, indeed of all East Africa. It offers unspoilt Tanzania Safari wildlife viewing in the country's third-largest national park, in a remote location far off the beaten track. The park is Africa at its most wild: unadulterated bush settings, spectacular views, and rich wildlife.  It is especially wonderful those interested in walking safaris and photography.

Katavi's dramatic scenery is as varied as it is pristine and perfect for adventurous safari guests. Flood plains of thick reeds and dense waterways are home to a huge population of hippo and varied birdlife. In the woodlands to the west, forest canopies shroud herds of buffalo and elephant. Seasonal lakes fill with dirt coloured water after the rains and animals from all corners of the park descend on them to drink. The park is also home to the rare roan and sable antelope species, and is a must-see for the Tanzania Safari visitor intent on exploring the wilds of the continent, particularly through a walking safari.

The altitude of the park varies from 820m to 1560m and the main rainy season is from November to June.

 Katavi National Park is probably one of the least-known in Tanzania Safari circles, with fewer than 1000 foreign visitors a year. It is home to a wide range of wildlife, including lions and leopard. In the dry season, particularly between August and November, the Katuma River provides the only source of water in the area, and this draws animals in great numbers. As the river shrinks in the heat, the wildlife is forced into an uncomfortable proximity, offering a good chance of seeing many different species at the same time. The hippo pool in Ikuu in particular is an incredible spectacle for any Tanzania Safari.

It is an ideal camping safari destination for people who have been on safari before and are looking for a remote and unspoilt wilderness area and the natural complement to chimpanzee walking safaris in Mahale Mountains through an Authentic Tanzania Safaris trekking or camping safari experience.

It is also an excellent place to view the annular eclipse. We may lose two seconds of the eclipse – but this is more than compensated by the wilderness experience and the sheer luxury of exclusivity!