In southern-central Tanzania, you will find a safari gem called Mikumi National Park. October is a great time to visit this destination due to the dry climate, which will make exploration a lot easier. Wildlife is abundant, and its beautiful landscape is frequently compared to the famous Serengeti Plains. Various animals dwell in the park such as zebras, wildebeests, buffalos, impalas, giraffes, elephants, lions and spotted hyenas, as well as groups of yellow baboon and vervet monkeys. The location of the Mikumi National Park is also a great choice as en route to places like Selous and Ruaha. Vegetations and trees start to thin down during October, which makes wildlife sighting easier. Baobabs, acacias, and Borassus palms are just a few kinds of plants that you will see in the area. Mikumi National Park is a beautiful, underrated safari, where you can enjoy the same perks of more popular reserves without dealing with a thick crowd.