Selous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve covering 55,000sq km in the southern circuit of Tanzania is a World Heritage Site offering amazing game viewing experience.

Selous is a world’s largest game reserve with various activities conducted that include hunting, walking, canoe ride, photographic and game viewing.

Selous named after a British hunter and explorer Frederick Courtney Selous who killed during First World War in Beho Beho. The Rufiji River which crosses the reserve creates an important wildlife ecosystem which combine Mikumi national park and Kilombero Game controlled area.

An activity offered in Selous is boat ride along Rufiji River, game viewing, hunting, walking include bird watching.