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Selous Game Reserve

The Selous Game Reserve is one of the largest protected areas in Africa covering an area nearly the size of West Virginia.  Relatively undisturbed, this World Heritage Site harbors a diverse range of wildlife with significant predator/prey relationships.  The great diversity of vegetation, over 2,100 species, combines with unique landscapes to create habitat not found in other parts of Africa. 

While most African animals can be found in the reserve, it is particularly know for the over 100,000 Elephants, 2,000 Black Rhinos, and the rare Wild Dog.  While only a small portion of the reserve is open to visitors interested in game drives, the area is rich with wildlife and perfect for Safari.

The 21,100 sq mile Selous Game Reserve is located in Southern Tanzania.  It is accessible by scheduled flight from Arusha and Dar es Salam.

Selous Accommodations