Kitulo National Park
About the park
Kitulo is where plant lovers come as close to paradise as they can get. Welcome to Bustani ya Mungu – The Garden of God, also dubbed the Serengeti of Flowers. And rightfully so. More than 350 different vascular plants make this one of the world’s ultimate floral displays. Make sure to witness it in the rainy season, when the spectacle is in full bloom.
Yes, some small yet hardly mountain reebuck and eland still roam the open grassland. And yes, you hear the shrieks of Angola pied colobus and blue monkey emanating form the forest. Even the endangered Kipunji monkey – Africa’s first new species of monkey for over 20 years – has been discovered in the area, together with a very tiny forest-dwelling bush-baby. Yet Kitulo isn’t the kind of park to visit for your game spotters’ list; it is a botanist and hiker’s dream, with a floral diversity that can be overwhelming.
We specialize in a tailor made independent safari select programmes, that is absolutely responsive to our Client’s tastes, preferences and highly considerable to value for money.