The Selous was Tanzania’s largest game reserve, covering an area of over fifty-thousand square kilometres plus many kilometres of additional buffer zones. Designated as a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1982, this pristine wilderness is home to a beautiful array of wildlife, a brand-new hydro-electric dam to benefit the local communities and now has TANAPA as its custodian.
Renamed Nyerere National Park in honour of the first president after independence, this National Park finds itself located a short internal flight from Dar es Salaam and makes for the perfect safari component in a safari and beach itinerary. Due to its vast size, no matter where you stay here, you can be sure of a game viewing experience that is away from the
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