Ugalla River Game Reserve
Where the fragrance from millions of Miombo trees and flowers perfume the reserve.
S: 5, 48, 37.3
E: 31, 54, 6.5
Ugalla Game Reserve, established in 1965 and located in three districts of Tabora Region and Mulele in Katavi Region, is dotted by thousands of miombo woodlands and grassland where bees pick nectar for making honey.
Animals to find
Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, leopard, lion, baboon, buffalo, bush pig, dik-dik, East African bush duiker, eland, hyena, impala, jackal, oribi, ostrich, Bohor reedbuck, common reedbuck and warthog, sitatunga, wild dog and zebra.
Miombo woodland, Hill-top miombo woodland and grassland in the flood plain cover most of the reserve. The miombo woodland contains valuable timber species such as Pterocarpus angolensis and Dalbergia melanoxylon.
Things to do
Tourism hunting, beekeeping and photographic tourism, walking safaris and sport fishing.
How to access?
100 kilometers from Tabora town. Road for tourism activities accessible only during dry season. Small airplanes land at Ugalla, Muhuba and Siri airstrips.
Photographic and hunting tourism, beekeeping, walking safaris and fishing.