Ugalla Game Reserve
Ugalla Game Reserve was gazetted in 1965 with an area of 5,000 km2. It is a low-lying, flat area located in central-western Tanzania (Tabora). The reserve derived its name from the Ugalla River which runs through the area.
The Ugalla Game Reserve is characterized by two primary ecosystems: extensive miombo woodland and large floodplains.
Animals species found in the reserve include Hippo, Crocodile, Elephant sable, lion, topi, roan, wild dog and greater kudu.
Ugalla is unique amongst Tanzania’s protected areas in that licensed honey gatherers and fishermen are allowed to enter the Reserve for six months of the year to harvest honey and fish.
The area can be accessible by chartered aircraft and by road using Four wheel cars.