If you are looking for a slightly more off-the-beaten-track experience, then this reserve is just for you. The Selous beckons for safaris on foot or by boat.

Given its size (the largest in Africa) and location, it is also the perfect destination to enjoy fly-camping where you can experience peace in the solitude of the mighty African night sky.

The Rufiji River is the lifeblood of this reserve and attracts a plethora of wildlife to its banks. While it’s the endless list of activities that makes this region so attractive, another huge draw is frequent sightings of the rare African Wild Dog.

A mere 45-minute flight from Dar Es Salaam or Zanzibar, the Selous is an easily- accessible safari destination.