The Udzungwa mountains national park is one of Tanzania’s most outstanding and exciting wilderness areas, with unique wildlife species inhabiting this range of forests. Udzungwa is a primate park and there are currently 12 species of primates, including two found nowhere else in the world.

Stretching across the eastern arc mountain range, Tanzania’s Udzungwamountain national park supports diverse wildlife, including elephant, buffalo,lion, leopard, african wild dog and eland. 12 species of primate are found hereand two are endemic, the Iringa red columbus monkey and the Sanje crestedmangabey monkey. Udzungwa is also home to approximately 400 species of bird,many of which are endemic to the area. The park is treasured for the high levelof biodiversity of birds and animals.