Selous Game Reserve

With 48,000 square kilometers representing 5% of Africa. Undoubtedly  Africa’s largest wildlife Reserve and the largest protected area of Tanzania.

Home oflarge herds of elephants, buffalo, wild dogs, hippos and some of the few remaining black rhinos.

The park is divided by the Rufiji River 250 kilometers long, through forests, stretches of grass and palm trees.

Although more travelers visit it, this park is not as crowded as the northern parks.

Selous, its wildlife and coastal scenery impress travelers since the beginning

Why should you visit it?

  • Stunning wildlife sightings
  • Magnificent coastal environment
  • Possibility of safari boat

When should you go?

  • From June to December. Many camps are closed from March to May during the rainy season