Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve
|Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve|
IUCN category IV (habitat/species management area)
Lake Kazuni, Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve
In contrast to the Nyika National Park on the Nyika Plateau, much of Vwaza is located on low-lying flat ground although the eastern side of the park is hilly. It is located to the southeast of the plateau and to the north of the floodplains of South Rukuru River and covers an area of 1,000 km2.
Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve is rarely visited by many, largely due to poor road conditions and difficult terrain and inaccessibility.
The variation in animal number of species type may vary from season to season as they cross the border with the North Luangwa National Park in Zambia. Typically the reserve has large herds of Cape buffaloes and elephants, and a large variety of antelope including roan, greater kudu, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, eland and impala.
Moses the orphaned elephant that now is at Jumbo Foundation elephant orphanage in Lilongwe Malawi, was rescued by rangers at Vwaza marsh in the South Rukuru river. 
- Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve Archived 2008-05-30 at the Wayback Machine, Southern Destinations, Retrieved on July 1, 2008
- Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve, Expert Africa, Retrieved on July 1, 2008
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