Last, but not least, we have the Selous Game Reserve which is three times the size of the Serengeti and is one of the largest faunal reserves in the whole world. Many of the areas throughout the reserve are uninhabited and haven’t been touched by man so you can experience a bit of “Old Africa” here. There is great game viewing opportunity here and this reserve is one of the best places to see wild dogs and lions, especially along the lake shores. You can choose between a guided boat safari or a guided walking safari to get the opportunity to see as many different animals as possible during your stay. Selous Serena Luxury Camp offers its guests the ultimate luxury with well-appointed tents furnished like hotel rooms! Alternatively, you can enjoy stone-built, palm leaf thatched cottages and private verandas at Beho Beho Camp.
We hope that you enjoyed this blog, with many of these reserves, the best time to visit is in the dry months (June through to October) so that you get the clear, bright weather when visibility is best!