Selous Game Reserve
This is Africa’s largest protected reserve, where Tanzanian elephants wander in a massive area known to be larger than the entire country of Switzerland. The park was originally named for the Englishman, Frederick Selous, who was well known in England for his adventure travel books. This hunter, explorer and author pioneered this incredibly vast area and made it as popular in Victorian England as any other destination. The Selous is also marked as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, noted for its wild safaris secluded in the unspoiled bush.
Selous varies from savannah woodlands to mountainous regions, ebbed by the mighty Rufiji River. This river gives life to much of the park through its extensive webbing of tributaries from lakes, lagoons and channels. Even volcanic hot springs dot the area, offering a diversity of natural landscaping for the Ker & Downey adventurer to see.
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Visit the alluring and remote Africa only to be found in southern and western Tanzania. Nothing completes the dream of Africa like the adventures available at these exclusive camps, far from the more regularly visited safari circuits. … Read more
- Walking safaris
- Incredible river game viewing