Pierre's October 2016 Safari
Southern Tanzania is home to two of the world's largest faunal conservation areas: The Selous Game Reserve is a massive 21,000 square miles in size, while the Ruaha National Park (7,800 square miles by itself) and its surrounding Wildlife Management Areas comprise 17,000 square miles of protected ecosystem.
These Parks are also "off the beaten path" and receive far fewer visitors than Tanzania's more famous northern Parks (Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, and Lake Manyara). With their vast size and relatively sparse tourist volumes, Selous and Ruaha exude a sense of wilderness and pristine natural beauty that is refreshing for major wildlife areas in East Africa.
Selous and Ruaha are easily combined on a fly-in safari, and complement each other very nicely in terms of landscape and habitat types, safari actvities, and game-viewing highlights. This "southern circuit" is particularly well suited for the somewhat more adventurous repeat-safari traveler, or those who simply like to be "Far from the madding crowd".
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