The Mkomazi National Park is all set to become the hot spot of Black Rhino tourism with the government pumping close to Tsh 1.5 billion into the massive project. With only 5,000 of these endangered species remaining worldwide, this Rhino Project launching in July at Mkomazi is likely to attract growing number of tourists into this less-known park.
An electrical fence on 13,000 sq kilometre has been built to conserve animals. Additionally the investment is also focused on improving infrastructure including roads, dams for the animals and a highly proficient security system to monitor the Rhinos.
With a special conservation area built for the Rhinos, tourists will enjoy watching these endangered animals in close proximity, a rare opportunity in the African wilderness.