Beho Beho | Kiba | Matambwe | Mbuyu | Mtemere | Siwandu | Sumbazi | Stiegler’s Gorge
Highlights to explore
Selous is the second largest conservation area in Africa sized at 50,000 square km. UNESCO declared it as a World Heritage site in 1982.
A walking Safari is a must as well as boat safaris along the Rufiji River. Selous has over 350 species of birds and reptiles and is host to about 2000 species of plants.
1. Selous Walking Safari is the most exciting activity to do in Selous as it is one of the very few parks in Tanzania where guests can do a walking Safari on foot, accompanied by armed rangers.
2. Camping inside the Selous Game Reserve is possible through permits; however, it can be difficult to arrange without assistance from one of the lodges.