Ruaha is bordered on the east by the Great Ruaha River and the west by Mzombe River.
The terrain is varied and fascinating with wild fig trees, rare baobab forests and gorges of glowing orange sandstone. The rivers contain swirling rapids and deep pools inhabited by crocodiles and hippos Covering 12,950sq km, Ruaha is the second largest National Park in Tanzania after the Serengeti.

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