The Ruaha National Park is located in central Tanzania. It is the second largest park and features an enormous variety of wildlife, plants and about 550 bird species inhabit the park. It has an estimated over 20000 herds of elephants. The park has the second largest population of wild dog in Africa. The park’s wildlife includes elephant, huge herds of buffalo, giraffe, zebra, impala, eland, hippo, crocodile, lion and leopard. Sable antelope can sometimes be seen in the Miombo areas and in the springs in the Western part of the park. Roan antelope are also sometimes seen in the eastern area of the park. Visitors can be treated to a armed guid walking safari in the wilderness in the Ruaha park.