Selous Game Reserve

Named after Fredrick Courtenay Selous, four times the size of Serengeti, a World Heritage Site covering 50,000 sq km and is the largest game reserve in the Africa. The reserve supports an enormous number of elephants, buffalos and wildebeests. Other rare species include the African hunting dog and is home to some of the last remaining black rhinos. The Reserve has the massive Rufiji River running through it, hot volcanic springs, lagoons, an exceptional World Heritage Site. Explore Selous by vehicle, by boat or on foot.