Udzungwa National Park is a protected area in Tanzania, covering approximately 1,990 square kilometers. It is located in the southern part of the country, in the Iringa and Morogoro regions. The park is known for its unique biodiversity, with a high number of endemic plant and animal species. It is home to the Udzungwa red colobus monkey, which is only found in this region.

The park’s landscape is characterized by rolling hills and valleys, with a mix of rainforest, grasslands, and savannahs. It is also home to several waterfalls, including the Sanje Waterfall, which is a popular attraction for visitors. The park is a popular destination for hiking and trekking, with several trails leading through the forest and up to the peaks of the hills.

Udzungwa National Park is also known for its rich cultural heritage. The region has been inhabited for thousands of years, and there are several tribes that still live in the area today. Visitors to the park can learn about the local culture and traditions through tours and cultural activities. The park is also involved in several conservation and community development initiatives, working to protect the park’s biodiversity while also supporting the livelihoods of local communities.