Day 1; Dar Es Salaam – Selous Game Reserve

On this first day of your safari you will be picked from your hotel or Airport in Dar Es Salaam and start on your way to Selous Game Reserve. It is relatively far and you will have a picnic lunch en route and arriving later in the afternoon you will proceed with your first game drive as you drive to the lodge/tented camp. Dinner and overnight at Selous River Camp 

Day 2; Full day at Selous Game Reserve

On the following two days you will spend the days doing game drives in the plains of Selous Game Reserve. Selous Game Reserve is reputed to be best the off the beaten track wildlife safari destination away from the crowds. The Game Reserve is the largest Game Reserve in Africa with is area being more than the size of Switzerland and is full of wild animals and birds’ species. Apart from the lions, leopards, giraffes, elephants, hippos, impala, hartebeests, pythons, elands, but it is the rare wild dogs that will most amaze you. With a little bit of luck you will be able to see these rare incredible hunters of the African Wilderness. Unlike the Northern parts of Tanzania where animals and birds are more habituated, animals here are more timid. Selous Game Reserve has a recorded 350 different species of birds recorded. In the afternoons we can go for a boat safari in the Rufiji River and on another afternoon it will be time to go for a walking safari guided by an armed ranger.  All meals and overnight at Selous River Camp

Day 3; Full day at Selous Game Reserve 

After breakfast you will have a full day at Selous Game reserve. All meals and overnight at Selous River Camp

Day 4; Selous – Mikumi National Park

After breakfast at the lodge/camp we check out and proceed by crossing the north of Selous and drive to Mikumi National Park. On arrival we will go on our first game drive in Mikumi National Park until later in the afternoon when we drive to the lodge or tented camp for dinner and overnight. Mikumi National Park is relatively less developed infrastructure but that makes the park even better because that has helped in preserving the wilderness in its natural state for many years. There is an option of doing a walking safari guided by an armed ranger if you wish. All meals and overnight at Angalia Tented Camp

Day 5; Selous – Dar Es Salaam

On this day after breakfast we continue with game drives around Mikumi National Park with options to do game drives or go for a walking safari until noon when we drive out of the park and head back to Dar Es Salaam


Transport in 4×4 safari vehicle with pop up roof ideal for game photographing

Accommodation and meals as per itinerary

Service of a professional driver/ guide

Park fees and conservation fees

1.5 liter of bottled mineral water per person per day



Domestic and International flights

Visa fees and travel insurance

Non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages

All items of personal nature

All activities not mentioned I the itinerary

2 Pax = USD 1,400 Per Person.
4 Pax = USD 1,200 Per Person.
6+ Pax = USD 1100 Per Person.


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