3 parks in the south

3 parks in the south

8 days|7 nights

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Includes -all accommodation and meals on a full board basis unless otherwise specified; flights as specified; activities and game drives as specified; meet and greet services; park fees and government taxes. Excludes – international flights, visas, airport taxes, insurance, telephone, drinks, items of a personal nature, gratuities. Departures -flexible Operates – all year

Rufiji River Camp, Selous Game Reserve

P1080528 Fly from Dar-es-Salaam to Selous Game Reserve. The Selous is home to a third of Tanzania’s elephants and two thirds of the hunting dog population. You will spend two nights at Rufiji River Camp, which offers walking, boating and vehicle safaris. The Camp has spacious and comfortable tents, pitched underneath thatched roofs with massive verandahs, set out on the banks of the river. There is a swimming pool for cooling off in the heat of the day.

Ruaha River Lodge

P1080715 Transfer by light aircraft to Ruaha National Park, the largest park in Tanzania (20,221 sq km). The park lies in the convergence zone where northern and southern hemisphere migrant birds and East African and South African mammals overlap, so you can see both in the same place! You will spend two nights at Ruaha River Lodge. This is a large lodge, with two separate dining areas, one set along the banks of the Ruaha River and the other perched high on a nearby kopje.

Katavi Wildlife Camp

KWC_viewfromten Transfer by light aircraft to Tanzania’s most remote National Park, Katavi National Park. It is 4470 square kilometres, making it Tanzania’s third larges park. The landscape is dominated by three floodplains connected by the Katuma River. The Katavi plains are home to the last great herds of buffalo in Africa. You will spend three nights at Katavi Wildlife Camp, which consists of 8 guest tents set back amongst the trees, where wildlife are unaware of your presence.


Depart by air for Dar-es-Salaam for onward arrangements. An extension to Zanzibar would make a great end to this safari.