June is the prime time to see the wildlife thrive at the Ruaha National Park. During this dry season, the animals stay near the bodies of water for an accessible source of water. Games and guided walks are a pleasurable experience due to the comfortable climate and predictable wildlife. Greater Kudu, elephants, hippopotamus and crocodiles are just a few of the species that are abundant in the area. Tourists fall in love in the park’s attractions like its rivers, the Jongomero, Mwagusi, and Mzombe. Bird watchers would also enjoy exploring the Ruaha National Park where about 571 kinds of birdlife dwell. The Birdlife International recognized the park as one of Africa’s most significant areas specifically the Usangu basin that is located within the reserve. Some of the wildlife that you can witness roaming free in this destination are lions, cheetah, leopards, giraffes, elands, zebras, impala, Jackals, bat-eared foxes and so much more. If you’re heading to Tanzania in June, you should include the Ruaha National Park to your itinerary.