Delve into to the deep bush

Selous Game Reserve

About a Selous safari The largest reserve in Africa with over 55,000 sq-km, the Selous is a tangled wilderness of volcanic springs and vast gorges; of open Savannah and wooded escarpments; of bleached-sand riverbeds and the mighty Rufiji River. With such diversity, the landscape is home to an extraordinary number of mammals, including buffalo, zebra, elephant and an impressive giraffe population. And with lots of food around, predators are also well represented, including the infamous Selous lion with their unique pattern of day-time hunting. With boat trips, walking safaris and night drives all on offer, this is a hidden gem that is well worth discovering.

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Location

9.0000° S, 37.5000° E

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