Swagaswaga Game Reserve
Thickets provide protection to wildlife in a unique way.
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Swagaswaga Game Reserve was establised in 1996 in Chemba and Kondoa districts in Dodoma Region, central part of Tanzania. Most part of this game reserve constitute of thickets and scattered shrubs which are home of various animal species including elephant, duiker, warthog and antelopes.
Animals to find
Duiker, Elephants, Buffalo, Klipspringer, warthog, Sable and Roan antelope, Eland, Greater and Lesser Kudu.
Thickets, shrubs, acacia and open woodlands.
Things to do
How to access?
Road network from Dodoma to Kondoa via Kwamtoro (147 km); Babati-Dodoma-Kondoa-Kwamtoro (110 km).
Engaging in hotel, lodge and tented camp business.