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4-Day Selous

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Overview

The Selous Game Reserve is the very definition of "African wilderness." Covering a staggering 21,000 square miles (55,000 square kilometers) and spanning an area larger than Switzerland, the Selous (pronounced "Seloo") is one of the largest nature reserves in the world.

As a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the reserve is a place of beauty devoid of any permanent human habitations, except for a limited number of capacity-controlled tourist facilities. With such a pristine wilderness, it is no wonder that rare wild dog and thousands of elephants regularly migrate through the reserve's rolling grassy woodlands and plains to find relief in the network of lakes and tributaries of the Rufiji River. This massive, teeming wilderness is one not to be missed, especially for travelers who have previously seen the northern parks of Tanzania or Kenya.

Flights to/from Selous

  • Zanzibar to Selous: 09:30am-11:10am $180/person one-way
  • Dar es Salaam to Selous: 10:30am-11:10am $150/person one-way
  • Selous to Dar es Salaam: 16:00pm-16:35pm $150/person one-way
  • Selous to Zanzibar: 16:00pm-1700pm $180/person one-way

NOTE: Flight prices and schedule subject to change. Add $6/person one-way for departure tax and $1/person one-way for safety fee.

Itinerary in Brief

  • DAY 1: Fly Dar to Selous, afternoon game drive
  • DAY 2: Selous, morning and afternoon safari activities
  • DAY 3: Selous, morning and afternoon safari activities
  • DAY 4: Fly Selous to Dar

Highlights

  • Game drives
  • Boat safari
  • Walking safari

LOCATIONS: Selous

ACTIVITIES: Nature/Wildlife

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