Twice bigger than the Serengeti Park, Selous is a sanctuary apart, recognized as a World Heritage Site by the Unesco.
The richness of its fauna and the diversity of its inhabitants make of Selous a remarkable ecosystem.
Focused on the northern part of the reserve, the safaris often go along the Rufiji River, a meeting place for hippos and crocodiles but also many birds and mammals searching for water.
Lions, leopards, hyenas, cheetahs ... predators are numerous. But one that many wish to observe is the Lycaon, also known as wild dog (a protected specie).
The safari formulas here are various, you can also discover the Selous by 4x4, by boat or on foot.
Rather uncrowded, the reserve offers a unique experience.