Udzungwa Mountains National Park rise up steeply from the western edge of the Selous Game Reserve. Vervet Monkeys play high in the forest canopy, and small forest antelope can be viewed at the right time of day. Botanical diversity is exceptional, and the park is host to a large number of endangered bird species. The unique geological and environmental conditions of the Udzungwa region have produced a large number of endemic species, making the region a treat for nature lovers. Views from the peaks of the mountains, towards the Selous Game Reserve and the distant Indian Ocean coast, are incredible and well worth the effort. Five distinct trails cover the forests and mountain peaks within the Udzungwa Mountains National Park, offering various levels of difficulty for everyone from novices to experienced trekkers. Better yet, there are no roads through the park, so hikers have the area all to themselves.
Climactic and geographical changes for an estimated 25 million years, hiking in the area is particularly rewarding. A plethora of endemic bird and insect species are found here, but permits are required to reach most of the peaks and permission must be sought in advance.
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