Saadani National Park is a unique park located in Tanzania. It covers an area of approximately 1100 square kilometers and was declared a national park in 2005. Saadani is the only park in Tanzania that has a beach and ocean frontage, which makes it a unique destination for tourists looking for a combination of bush and beach experience.

Saadani National Park has a rich diversity of flora and fauna, which includes the African elephant, Cape buffalo, lion, leopard, and many species of antelopes. The park is also home to many species of primates, such as baboons, vervet monkeys, and colobus monkeys. The park is also home to over 300 species of birds, making it an excellent destination for bird watchers.

The park is also known for its cultural heritage. It is home to the historic Saadani village, which has a rich history dating back to the 18th century. The village was once a busy port for ivory and slave trade. Today, visitors can explore the village and learn about the local culture and traditions.

Visitors can enjoy a range of activities while at Saadani National Park, such as game drives, boat safaris, and walking safaris. Visitors can also enjoy the beach and ocean activities, such as swimming, snorkeling, and boat excursions. Saadani National Park is a unique destination that offers a combination of bush and beach experience, making it an excellent choice for tourists visiting Tanzania.