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Tanzania is undoubtedly one of Africa's most beautiful and interesting destinations. The country is a list of incredible sights including Africa's highest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro; the famous Serengeti National Park; awesome Ngorongoro Crater; Africa's largest game reserve, The Selous; Africa's longest and deepest lake, Tanganyika; and chimp sanctuaries Gombe Stream and Mahale Mountains national parks, just to name a few.
Zanzibar and Pemba islands offer tropical paradise with a Swahili touch and the Tanzanian people are as friendly as they come.
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Selous Game Reserve.

Deep in the African bushveld, within Southern Tanzania’s famous Game Reserve,‘something enchanting lies in wait’ – the Selous Game Reserve.

This world second biggest game reserve with over 55,000sq km offers world-class standards in both luxury and budget accommodation, exceptional close wildlife encounters, personal service and delicious cuisine.

The topography of the park varies from rolling savannah woodland, grassland plains to rocky outcrops cut by the Rufiji River and its tributaries. Selous boasts Tanzania’s largest population of elephant as well as large numbers of buffalo, hippo and wild dog. Other species commonly seen are lion, bushbuck, impala, giraffe, baboon, zebra and antelope from the majestic eland to the little klipspringers.

The bird life is varied and abundant, with at least 350 species to be seen. The Rufiji and its tributaries, which flow from north to south, provide the lifeblood of the Selous. The network of lakes the river forms is ideal for water-based safaris such as boating or rafting, especially during the dry season between June and October. Crocodile, hippo and an array of grazing antelope can be seen.


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Ruaha National Park

Ruaha, the second largest of Tanzania’s varied National Parks, with its dramatic geography, is truly a vast unspoiled wilderness. Its remoteness is part of its great attraction and charm. Ruaha has a hauntingly beautiful and wild landscape of miombo forest, rolling woodlands, hills, rivers and plains, possessing a great variety of wildlife, including lion, leopard, cheetah, hunting dog, warthog, giraffe, zebra, huge herds of buffalo and large concentrations of elephant.

The dramatic landscape of this southern Tanzania reserve includes some areas of flat grasslands, but is primarily made up of rolling woodlands with hills in myriad shades of blue. The shining Ruaha River winds though the eastern section, fringed by tall trees, including the majestic baobab, almost a signature of Ruaha. Best months for game viewing are during the dry season from May to December, when the animals are concentrated around the shrinking water sources. Elephants and greater kudu are easily observed but the sable antelope takes some searching for in the dry woodlands.

Although African hunting dogs are becoming rare throughout Africa, several packs of these distinctive animals can be seen in Ruaha. The diversity of birdlife in Ruaha is extraordinary, visited by both northern and southern migrants. Ruaha, a paradise of the outstanding natural world, is a marvel and delight to the adventurous safari enthusiast, a personal experience to remember.


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Ngorongoro Crater.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Ngorongoro Crater is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to approximately 25,000 large mammals and a huge variety of smaller species making it a target for discerning safari goers – in short it’s packed full of game, including a good population of black rhino, rare to see elsewhere in Africa.

The Ngorongoro Crater (a large unflooded volcanic caldera) has the largest density of lions anywhere in Africa, and the vast escarpments and flat grassy plains combine to make an awe inspiring sight.

The wondrous Ngorongoro Crater was formed when a giant volcano exploded three million years ago and is 2,000 ft deep, and its floor covers 260 sq km and forms a natural enclosure for wildlife – it also boatss a salt lake in the centre known as Magadi and the Crater rim is made up mostly of montane forest and bushland.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area also includes the Olduvai Gorge, situated on the Northern Plains, which is considered the seat of humanity after the discovery of the earliest known specimens of the human genus.


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