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This is the most extensive and bio diverse mountain range in Southern Tanzania sheltering many endemic species of birds, primates, plants, amphibians, butterflies and reptiles including the Pygmy Bearded Chameleon.  The Udzungwa Mountains National Park is part of The Eastern Arc Mountain Range and is often referred to as the Galapagos of Africa. Over 400 species of birds that can be found here making it an ornithological paradise. Some endemic primates include the Highland Mangeby, the Sanje Crested Mangeby, the Udzungwa Red Colobus, the Matundu Dwarf Galgo and the Mountain Dwarf Galgo. Endemic birds include the Rufous Winged Sunbird and the Udungwa Partridge.

Exciting activities in Udzungwa include hiking through nature trails, exploring the various waterfalls, birding, cycling, village tours, fishing and flycamping.