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Established

1994

Location

Busega District, Simiyu Region

Size

65.7 km²

Overview

Kijereshi Game Reserve in Busega District in Simiyu Region, south of Serengeti National Park, was established in 1994. Being a migratory route for wildlife species, the reserve, which is within the Serengeti ecosystem, turns into a refuge for wildlife in the dry season and at the same time acts as a buffer zone for Serengeti National Park.

Animals to find

Lion, buffalo, elephant, impala, wildebeest, jackal, zebra, ostrich, hyena, warthog and roan antelope.

Vegetation

Serengeti short grass plains.

Things to do

Potential for photographic tourism.

How to access?

Road partly passable.

Investment opportunities

Photographic tourism.