Fly to the remote southern wilderness of Ruaha National Park, the largest and one of the least explored parks in East Africa. Explore uncharted territory and learn wildlife tracking tips from expert guides. Here, tracking is as much an artform as a practical pursuit; this is a different style of wildlife viewing than in northern Tanzania, where wildlife is more densely concentrated. Spot leopard, cheetah, and African wild dog in comfortable open-sided vehicles. In the afternoon, relax on your private veranda with a drink and at the end of the day, savor torch-lit dinners on the banks of Mwagusi Sand River.