The Hidden Safari Treasures of Africa
One of the best hidden and Less visited than the national parks in the north and the south parks provide a sense of African adventure unmatched anywhere else on the continent.
The program includes one of the country’s untouched and authentic remote wilderness areas, namely Nyerere National Park – formally known as Selous Game Reserve, the largest park in Tanzania. It has the most extensive diversity of safari activities ranging from Authentic Boat Safari along the Great Rufiji River, walking and compliment classic game driving in thriving wildlife areas which is the home to the rare African hunting dogs.
Mikumi National Park – the park has open horizons and abundant wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain, the fashionable centrepiece of Mikumi, draw frequent comparisons to the more famous Serengeti Plains.
Ruaha National Park – is the second-largest park, and It is one of the few of Tanzania’s famous wilderness areas, whereby the experience of game viewing is spiced up by the exciting landscape and its Great Ruaha River as well as high concentration of elephants, big cats and the rare African hunting dogs.
Udzungwa National Park –The forest makes Udzungwa unique in East Africa. There is no other place with unbroken series of wood stretching from an altitude of 250 meters up to more than 2000 meters and hiking the Udzungwa Mountains, seeing species endemic to Udzungwa, waterfalls and swimming in the fresh water hole at the base of the falls.
What to Expect
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Day 1: Dar es Salaam to Selous Game Reserve
Pick up from Airport or Hotel in Dar es Salaam, and begin to drive down south of Dar es Salaam to Selous Game Reserve; the drive shall take 5 hours.
Relax and immerse in your new surroundings before enjoying a delicious, fresh lunch in a beautiful shady spot your camp offers. There is time to relax for a couple of hours after lunch before departing on an afternoon boat safari. The boat safari is superb in the afternoon, watching wildlife come to the water’s edge to drink and getting close to bird colonies, hippos, crocodiles and the spectacular sundown.
Day 2 & 3: Selous Game Reserve
After early breakfast, depart for a full day game drive with picnic lunch in the Selous Game Reserve, exploring the game in the surrounding areas. Animals, including elephants, giraffes, lions, buffalos, zebras and even the rare African wild dogs, are common. Before the end of the day, you will return to the camp or lodge for dinner and overnight
Day 4: Selous Game Reserve to Mikumi National Park
After early morning breakfast, you will leave Selous with a picnic lunch to enjoy on your way to Mikumi National Park; the drive shall take up to 8 hours.
Day 5: Mikumi National Park
Deliciously morning breakfast, to be enjoyed in camp departure for a full day of game drives around Mikumi National Park with picnic lunch. The open horizons and plentiful wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain, the popular centrepiece of Mikumi, usually draw frequent comparisons to the famous Serengeti Plains. Before the end of the day, you will return to the camp and spend the time relaxing in the swimming pool, evening dinner and overnight.
Day 6: Mikumi National Park to Ruaha National Park
Morning breakfast then departs to Ruaha National Park from Mikumi, the road ascent along the Great Ruaha River up on the high plateau where Iringa is situated. Stop in Iringa for lunch, then proceed to Ruaha arrives late afternoon.
Day 7 & 8: Ruaha National Park
Deliciously morning breakfast, followed by a full day of game drives with picnic lunches. Ruaha is the second-largest park and the second-largest elephant sanctuary in Tanzania. The wide variety of animals that inhabit the park includes greater and lesser kudus, cheetahs, lions, roan and sable antelopes.
The park is one of the few of Tanzania’s famous wilderness areas, whereby the experience of game viewing is spiced up by the exciting landscape and its Great Ruaha River. During the dry season, the river becomes mostly the primary water source for wildlife. As a result, Ruaha is an ideal place for spotting wilderness and scenic beauty.
Day 9: Ruaha National Park to Udzungwa National Park
After morning breakfast, you will hike the Udzungwa Mountains, see species endemic to Udzungwa, waterfalls and swim in the fresh water hole at the base of the falls. Later in the afternoon, you will walk back to the camp for dinner and overnight.
Day 10: Udzungwa National Park to Dar es Salaam
After morning breakfast, you will hike the Udzungwa Mountains, see species endemic to Udzungwa, waterfalls and swim in the fresh water hole at the base of the falls. Later in the afternoon, you will walk back to the camp or lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day 11: Udzungwa National Park to Dar es Salaam
After breakfast, pack your bags and say your farewells as you depart to Dar es Salaam to drop off at your hotel or airport.
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