Saadani National Park is one of the newest national parks in Tanzania and relatively small compared to other parks. Saadani National Park is located attractively on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Elephants and other wild animals roam the beaches, which are among the few remaining breeding grounds for green turtles on mainland Tanzania. The Wami River flowing through the park is flanked by mangrove trees and is the habitat of hippos, crocodiles and a high concentration of river birds.
The best way to explore the area is a walking safari with a qualified safari guide. Walking by yourself is strongly discouraged. A walking safari in the area of our lodge is an exciting activity. Nowhere else in Tanzania but here, you can walk through lowland coastal forests, acacia forests and dry riverbeds cooled by the Indian Ocean. The walking safari starts from the tropical forest and takes you to the coastal savannah. The expert guide will show you the unique flora and fauna of this most intriguing area.
Explore the wonders of the famous Wami River, a paradise for bird lovers and nature lovers. The Wami River is an example of overwhelming natural beauty, full of birds and wildlife.
The boat safari starts right from your lodge, as there are many hippos in front of the suites, and takes you from there to the river mouth. Along the way you see groups of hippos, many crocodiles, osprey, colobus monkeys and dozens of bird species. No trip on the Wami is ever the same.