In 2005, Saadani National Park was designated as Tanzania's thirteenth national park. Saadani is a one-of-a-kind sanctuary where beach life and forest life mix. You may take a refreshing dip in the Indian Ocean after your safari, and you'll also get to see a unique combination of marine and terrestrial vegetation and animals in a stunning natural setting.
Saanane Island National Park was officially established in 2013, and it is a worthy addition to the national park system. The park spans 2.15 square kilometres and includes both dry land and wetland habitats in its varied topography. The island is a natural beauty, with lush river valleys, naturally formed rocky hills, and a turquoise lake on all sides.