Selous Game Reserve safari is part of the Art in Tanzania sustainable travel programs. The task is to raise funds for the NGO community work as we operate as a self-sustainable entity.

The Selous Game Reserve is a protected area in southern Tanzania. It covers an area of 50,000 km2 (19,000 sq mi) and has additional buffer zones. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982 due to its wildlife diversity and undisturbed nature. Some of the diverse wildlife of the miombo include the African bush elephantsouth-central black rhinoceroshippopotamuslionAfrican wild dogAfrican buffaloMasai giraffePlains zebra and Nile crocodile

3 days & 2 nights – USD 880 – Contact us for more information
Starts from Dar es Salaam

Itinerary

As the largest game reserve in the world, yet scarce with tourists, Selous Game Reserve is home to many animals, including some of Tanzania’s last remaining black rhinos. In addition, the thick bush inhabits many primates, including the white colobus monkeys and bush babies—a popular volunteer safari.

Day 1: Dar es Salaam / Selous (-/L/D)
After having breakfast, we depart at about AM 9 to make the approximately 6-hour journey to Selous.
We arrive at a tented camp along the Rufiji River for a nice dinner and 2-nights’ accommodation.
You can add 2-hour Rufiji River boating Safari for $70 per person for the afternoon.

Day 2: Selous (B/L/D)
After breakfast, we depart for a full-day game drive in Selous around the lakes and hot volcanic springs that boxed lunch included.
We return for dinner at the Camp.

Day 3: Selous / Dar es Salaam (B/L/-)
After breakfast, we depart for a game ride in Selous that will include a boxed lunch.
We depart Selous to Dar around PM 3. We stop in Kipiti town for lunch.

Safari highlights:
The largest elephant population in Tanzania. The largest game reserve in Africa. Hot volcanic springs.
Antelopes, cheetahs, crocodiles, gazelles, giraffes, hippos, leopards, lions, zebras, wild dogs and
more than 400 bird species.