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4 Days flying safari to Selous

4 Days flying safari to Selous

4 Days flying Safari to Selous from Arusha  – Overview

Africa’s largest and oldest game reserve is one of its most scenic wildlife destinations; the Selous is utterly beautiful.  The beauty of the park is matched by the quality of a safari here; boating, walking and fly camping compliment standard game driving in thriving wildlife areas.  This is an outrageously good safari park and an essential component of any southern circuit itinerary.

The Selous is a superb safari destination for both family safaris and African honeymoons, all the better for the ease of getting there and the lack of crowds.  The park has the widest diversity of safari activities in the country, offering the boating safaris as well as standard game drives, walking safaris and legendary fly camping trips.

Day 1: Flight to Selous Game Reserve:

Pick up from Dar City center and transfer to Dar Airport for departure on a scheduled flight to Selous Game Reserve. On arrival, you will be met by Rufiji River Camp representative and transferred to the camp for lunch.  Rufiji River camp has 14 en suite tents along the side of the river with an open stone patio – a private spot to relax after lunch or where to take morning tea with wildlife all around you.  3 of the rooms are much larger family suites which can sleep up to 4 people.

Day 2: Safaris in Selous Game reserve:

Enjoy a full day game viewing in the reserve. Take part in some classic-style game drives exploring the bush in open 4×4 vehicles. Selous landscape includes a wide variety of habitats from woodland grassland, open grasslands, dense thicket, acacia woodland, riverine, ground water forest and miombo woodland.

Day 3: Safari Activities in Selous Game Reserve:

After breakfast, accompany an armed ranger on a walking safari in the reserve. The largest River in Tanzania and most magnificent, its labyrinthine network of lagoons, channels, islets and swamps cloaked in extensive riverine forest, all of which attracts a mind boggling number of bird species. The sight and sounds and smells of a walking safari are special treat that will live long in your memory. The thrill of creeping up to animals to shoot them with your camera is a great experience.

Day 4: Fly Selous Game reserve  to Arusha / Dar:

Enjoy a morning game drive in the selous game reserve. Early lunch at the camp, followed by transfer to the airstrip for departure on a scheduled flight to Dar es salaam/Arusha.

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