8 Days Untrammeled Southern Tanzania.
Isolated, untrammeled and seldom visited, Tanzania’s southern parks a true wilderness, providing the few intrepid souls who make it there with a thrilling taste of Africa as it must have been a century ago. Tanzania's ultimate wildlife areas its design conjures up memories of naturalists and explorers who used to traverse this vast and beautiful landscape complete exclusivity and undisturbed game viewing.
Dar es Salaam Sea Cliff Hotel (BB)
Day 1. Upon arrival in Dar International airport you will be received by our representative who will transfer you to the hotel.
Mikumi National Park Vuma Hill Tented Camp (FB)
Day 2. In the morning at 0830hrs pick up from your hotel OR airport in Dar – Es – Salaam and travel 283km to Mikumi National Park where you will arrive in time for lunch. After lunch proceed with afternoon game drives in the park a home to Elephant, Lion, Wild dog, Zebras, Hyena, Buffalo, Wildebeest, Eland, Hartebeest, Crocodile, Lizard and other residents. Over 300 species of birds have been observed in this park. You will have dinner and overnight.
Selous Game Reserve Sand Rivers Selous (FB)
Day 3. Depart from the camp and Proceed to Selous Game Reserve with picnic lunch .Later in the afternoon, boat safari down the great Rufiji River. You will experience the Rufiji River by boat; meet hippos and crocodiles in good numbers. Quantities of 350 bird species have been verified in the Selous Game Reserve.
These are distinctive of Miombo woodlands, and the bird life sustained by Rufiji swamplands is of meticulous interest. Kiba Point specializes in combining walks/boat trips and game drives - often in combination, as part of the same safari activity. We actively discourage long game drives day after day, preferring to offer this richer and more varied safari experience.
Selous Game Reserve Sand Rivers Selous (FB)
Day 4.Whole day Game drive in the Selous Game Reserve. Discovery of the Reserve by 4 wheel drive vehicle. The Selous Game Reserve is the biggest in Africa, jacketing 54,600 square kilometer. The reserve acquires its name from the hunter and explorer Frederick Courtney Selous. He was murdered here during World War 1.
Selous is well-known for elephants. Other species generally seen are lions, buffaloes, wild dogs, elands, baboons, bushbuck, impalas, zebras and greater kudus. It was initially set aside as a hunting area where animals are plentiful but more introvert then the Northern Parks. Excursions by 4x4 vehicles will permit you to have excellent photographic chance and the probability to explore diverse sections of enormous park.
Selous G. Re -Walking Safari Sand Rivers Selous (FB)
Day 5. After breakfast, early morning walking safari. After your walking safari, whole day game drive with your picnic lunch. Walking safari will give you a predominantly intimate experience for the African wilds. It commences in the morning with a supervision of an armed ranger, takes 2 hours before you meet up the driver at the reserve gate. Walking safaris proffer a high chance of seeing giraffe, zebra, elephant, and good birding.
Ruaha N/P Mwagusi River Camp (FB)
Day6 & 7. After breakfast check out and drive to Ruaha N/P to arrive in time for lunch. Second only to Katavi in its aura of untrammeled wilderness, but far more accessible, Ruaha protects a vast tract of the rugged, semi-arid bush country that characterizes central Tanzania. Its lifeblood is the Great Ruaha River.Beneath bulbous baobab trees, a few representatives of Ruaha's 10,000 elephants - the largest population of any East African national park, form a protective huddle around their young. During the dry season, impala, waterbuck and other antelopes risk their life for a sip of life-sustaining water. And the risk is considerable: not only from the prides of 20-plus lion that lord over the savannah, but also from the cheetahs that stalk the open grassland and the leopards that lurk in tangled riverine thickets. This impressive array of large predators is boosted by both striped and spotted hyena, as well as several conspicuous packs of the highly endangered African wild dog.
Selous Game Reserve - Dar es Salaam
Day 8. After your breakfast depart to Dar es Salaam with picnic lunch to arrive late afternoon. Transfer to the hotel or airport for your on ward journey.