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The Selous or Nyerere National Park is the largest park in Africa, covering an area of 54,600 square kilometers. The Selous was named by the British hunter and explorer Fredrick Courtney Selous, but the name was changed by the president of Tanzania, John Pombe Magufuli, to Nyerere National Park. Selous is famous for its elephants. Other animals seen in Selous are lion, wild dog, impala, buffalo, bushbuck, eland, hippo, crocodile and many more, including a variety of bird species.
The tour starts and end at Dar-es-salaam
The tour starts at 07hrs 00
The tour ends at 18hrs 00
We will pick you up from the hotel/airport in Dar es Salaam and proceed to Nyerere National Park with a packed picnic lunch. In the late afternoon, enjoy a boat safari along the mighty Rufiji River, where you will encounter hippos and crocodiles in good numbers. Head to Mloka Safari Lodge for dinner and your overnight stay.
Some 350 bird species have been recorded in the Selous Game Reserve. These are typical of miombo woodlands, and the birdlife supported by Rufiji swamplands is of particular interest.
After an early breakfast, your day will start with a morning walking safari, followed by a game drive with your picnic lunch included. The walking safari will give you a particularly intimate feel for the African wildlife. It starts in the morning with the guidance of an armed ranger, and takes 2 hours before you meet the driver at the reserve gate. Walking safaris offer a good chance of seeing giraffe, zebra, elephant, and good birding. Your dinner and overnight stay will be at Mloka Safari Lodge.
Early in the morning, before breakfast, you will have a wilderness walking safari with the guidance of a local, experienced guide. You will experience a particularly intimate feel for the African wildlife. Walking safaris offer good opportunities to see giraffes, zebras, elephants, and birdlife. The walk takes 3 hours before you return to the camp for breakfast. Afterward, drive back to Dar es Salaam. You will arrive at around 4 or 5 pm and be dropped off at the hotel/airport or connect with the last ferry to Zanzibar at 4 pm. Meals include breakfast and lunch.