Kitulo National ParkA flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants (plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called angiosperms). The biological function of a flower is to effect reproduction, usually by providing a mechanism for the union of sperm with eggs. Flowers may facilitate outcrossing (fusion of sperm and eggs from different individuals in a population) or allow selfing (fusion of sperm and egg from the same flower). Source: Wikipedia

Kitulo National Park

Kitulo National Park

Kitulo National Park is a protected area of montane grassland on the Kitulo plateau in the southern highlands of Tanzania. The park is at elevation of 2,600 metres ( 8,500 ft) between the peak of the region Kipegere and Poroto mountains and covers an area of 412.9 square kilometres ( 159.4 sq ml) lying in Mbeya Region and Njombe Region. The park is administered by Tanzania National Park ( TANAPA) and first national park in tropical Africa to be established primarily to protect it is flora.Flowers

Botanist have dubbed kitulo plateau the “Serengeti of flowers. Kitulo national park knows us “ Bustani ya Mungu” – the garden of God. The first park in Tanzania to be set aside for its floral significant. Kitulo is home to a dizzying array of flowers and plants including 350 species of plants and 45 species of orchid. Covering an area of 413km2, Kitulo is accessible from Chimala township, 78 km east f Mbeya City along the Tanzania-Zambia highway. The park is the one of the most important discovered for the great Ruaha River.

Flowers,best time to visit

Wildflower displays peak between December and April. The sunnier months of September to November are more comfortable for hiking but less rewarding to botanists. Conditions are cold and foggy from June to August.


Good hiking trails exist and will soon be developed into a formal trail system. Open walking across the grasslands to watch birds and wildflowers. Hill climbing on the neighbouring ranges. A half-day hike from the park across the Livingstone Mountains leads to the sumptuous Matema Beach on Lake Nyasa.

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