Biharamulo, Burigi and
Kimisi Game Reserves
Rare and important area with fauna and flora on the northwest part of Tanzania.
Biharamulo, Burigi and Kimisi Game Reserves, were established in 1963, 1972 and 2003 respectively. Biharamulo, Burigi and Kimisi Game Reserves lie in Biharamulo, Chato, Ngara, Karagwe and Muleba districts, Kagera Region. The game reserves on the northwest of Tanzania have rare wildlife species such as topi, roan antelope, sitatunga, oribi, Klipspringer and red colobus monkey.
Animals to find
Roan antelope, reed buck, leopard, lion, giraffe, topi, sitatunga, oribi, klipspringer, red colobus and velvet monkeys.
Wetland habitat miombo woodlands riverine forests.
Things to do
Tourism hunting and fishing.
How to access?
Road and air.
Photographic tourism, canoeing, sport fishing, walking safaris and camping.