Your Tanzania safari in Selous Game Reserve would not be complete without going on a game drive. Two game drives are offered per day at Selous Impala Camp and they are accompanied by a guide and driver in a sturdy 4x4 safari vehicle, with open sides for excellent vision. Wildlife photographic opportunities are endless.
The game-viewing activities are varied according to where the animals are moving, and are flexibly changed according to the wishes of the client, depending on what you may wish to see on your Tanzania vacation.
Morning or afternoon boat trips on the Rufiji River can be done instead of game drives, providing an alternative view of the abundant wildlife. On the boat trip, the guide points out animals and birds of interest as the boat floats along the enormous river, dwarfed by Baobab and Borassus trees along the banks. The river also boasts enormous numbers of Hippos and Crocodiles.
Fishing in the Rufiji River may reward keen fishermen with a catch of Catfish, Tiger Fish and other fish species. The best noths for fishing in this area is from June to the end of October.
Walking safaris can also be substituted for a game drive, for clients staying more than 2 days. When you go on a walking safari, an armed ranger will accompany you and lead you to the smaller secrets of the bush. Learn more about the smaller fauna species and diverse flora that decorates the bushveld.
A walking safari is a great time for enthusiastic ornithologists to spot some of the resident and migrant bird species. Be sure to have your binoculars and camera ready for the ultimate outdoor adventure.
Enjoy fly-camping in Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania. Combine a walking safari with a night under the stars on this overnight adventure in Tanzania. Guests go out with a guide using special mobile tents and their food and drinks are prepared by special staff - is offered on request.
There is a beautiful oval blue swimming pool, set above the river, perfect for relaxing at the end of the day after an exciting game drive. Sundowners can be enjoyed next to the pool as the African sun makes its scenic descent.