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Overview

Forming the northern border of Africans biggest game reserve the vast Selous-Mikumi is the most popular of Tanzanians National Parks, the most accessible park of a 75,000 square km (47,000 square miles) -wilderness that stretches most of the shores of the Indian Ocean.

Overview

Perched at cool 1600m on a cliff overlooking the valley of little Ruaha River Iringa was initially built up by Germans at a turn of the turn of the country as bastion against the local Hehe people. Now it’s a district capital, an important agricultural centre and the getaway for visiting Ruaha National park. The accommodation in the park varies from budget to luxury camps and lodges but we also provide tents for camping activities. Here you can see the park through a custom, open roof, 4WD land cruiser. Plus take a walking safari along the great Ruaha River or hike to the famous Kimilamatonge hill for 3-4 hours.

Day 1: Dar es Salaam – Selous Game reserve

Two hours’ drive southwards to the Rufiji river and another 2 hours into Selous Game Reserve which is with about 50,000 sq km is one of the largest areas set aside for wildlife preservation anywhere in the world. The northern sector is scenically the most beautiful, dominated by the Rufiji River with its lakes and swamplands interlaced with a myriad of channels. As well as its open savannah, the predominant vegetation is its “miombo” woodland which, particularly in the southern part of the reserve stretches for miles.

Overview

The National Parks and game reserves of the southern circuit are arguably the hidden treasures of Tanzania’s authentic Africa. These parks are enormous, with some of the highest concentrations of animals anywhere in Africa and a spectacular diversity of wildlife including roan antelope, sable antelope, big herds of elephants, Africa wild dogs (cape hunting dogs) and a multitude of colorful birdlife.

Overview,

The National Parks and game reserves of the southern circuit are arguably the hidden treasures of Tanzania’s authentic Africa. These parks are enormous, with some of the highest concentrations of animals anywhere in Africa and a spectacular diversity of wildlife including roan antelope, sable antelope, big herds of elephants, Iringa red colabus that is native to Udzungwa area and a multitude of colorful birdlife and the Sanje waterfalls of Udzungwa Mountains.

Overview

Access is by air from Dar es Salaam/ Zanzibar airport Private car or bus public buses to Iringa Airport, pick-up by a team of guides then drive to Ruaha Park in a luxurious and safe way. The accommodation in the park varies from budget to luxury camps and lodges but we also provide tents for camping activities. Here you can see the park through a custom, open roof, 4WD land cruiser.

Overview

Access is by air from Dar es Salaam/ Zanzibar airport Private car or bus public buses to Iringa Airport, pick-up by a team of guides then drive to Ruaha Park in a luxurious and safe way. The accommodation in the park varies from budget to luxury camps and lodges but we also provide tents for camping activities. Here you can see the park through a custom, open roof, 4WD land cruiser. Plus take a walking safari along the great Ruaha River or hike to the famous Kimilamatonge hill for 3-4 hours.

Overview

Perched at cool 1600m on a cliff overlooking the valley of little Ruaha River Iringa was initially built up by Germans at a turn of the turn of the country as bastion against the local Hehe people. Now it’s a district capital, an important agricultural centre and the getaway for visiting Ruaha National park. The Mufindi Highlands is a scenic upland area which lies 100km south-east of Iringa and is renowned for its extensive tea plantations.

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