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The Selous Game Reserve, founded in 1905, is the largest protected wilderness reserve on the continent, one of only three World Heritage Sites in Tanzania.

Offering some of Africa’s finest virgin bush, unchanged through centuries, and rivers, swamps, woodlands and savannah inhabited by well over a million wild animals, being traversed by the world’s greatest remaining herds of buffalo, elephant, hippo and Sable antelope.

The area is home to hippo, crocodile, elephant, buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, baboon, leopard, lion, rhino, eland, sable and roan, to mention just a few of the species. Whether it is by boat, viewing game in and around the river, in 4-wheel drive open-sided vehicles, or walking through the bush along elephant trails, a visit to the Selous brings one as close to the natural world as possible.

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