Another Land - Meaningful Experiences that Benefit Villages
Home Safaris Our Village Programs About Africa About Us Request a Catalog Media Amias Project

The Unexplored South - Safari

Trip Information

Safari Overview Detailed Itinerary Map Prices

Accommodation Levels

*About the Fly-Camp* Rufiji River Camp Beho Beho Safari Camp Selous Safari Camp


The Ruaha River

Included Features

* All meals, accommodation and park fees

* Multiple accommodation choices

* Walking and boating safaris

* Fly - Camp accomodations

* English speaking driver and expert safari guide

* 4WD vehicle with open-roofs and sides for prime viewing

* Pre-departure kit and materials

* Private pre-trip consultation

* Membership to the Flying Doctors Society

The mysterious wilderness of the Selous

Southern Tanzania offers travelers a safari reminiscent of the great "old time" explorers.

Explore The African Bush

Few other safaris in Tanzania evoke the romance, mystique and spiritual delight of the African bush as one in the Selous Game Reserve. Embracing 54,000 square kilometers of southwestern Tanzania, it is the largest protected wilderness reserve on the continent, three times larger than the Serengeti and twice the size of Belgium.


Due to it’s massive size and wild vegetation, the Selous is perfect for those travelers who want to avoid areas frequented by other tourists. Furthermore, since it is a reserve and not a national park, visitors are permitted more wildlife viewing options, such as open-sided vehicles, walking safaris and boat safaris.

Africa’s Gem

Southern Tanzania is redolent with the romantic history of a bygone age. Pioneers, missionaries, hunters and adventurers littered the landscape with legends. To those who know and love African nature, the Selous is one of Africa’s best-kept secrets. There is no other region in which visitors can experience the pristine splendor and beauty, as well as the sense of adventure in Africa like the Selous.

Itinerary Overview

Day 1- Arrive in Tanzania
Meet and greet upon landing in Dar es Salaam. An overnight at a near by hotel lets you rest up from your journey and prepare for tomorrow’s safari. Transfers included.

Day 2- Fly to the Selous
The Selous is the largest protected wilderness reserve on the African continent

Day 3 - On Safari in The Selous
Boat safaris allow you to explore Africa’s wildlife in an up-close-and-personal way.

Day 4 & 5 – Fly Camp Adventure in the African Wilderness
From boat to foot - Walking in the footsteps of some of the worlds greatest explorers.

Day 6- Back to base camp for some R&R
Relaxation and pampering are options even the wilderness. Or partake in a final afternoon walking safaris.

Day 7 - Return to Dar-es-Salaam or set out for Ruaha National Park.

Detailed itinerary * View a map of this safari * Prices for this safari

More on …

Tanzania Wildlife Tanzania Safaris Accommodations