Named after Frederick Selous, a hunter, and an early conservationist; Africa’s largest and oldest game reserve covers an area of 50,000 km2 that supports a sheer volume of wildlife than most parks in Africa. Its wide variety of activities ranging from game drives, boat safaris, to walking safaris offer a wonderful destination for all types of safari-goers. Lions, elephants, and buffaloes are abundant especially during the peak dry season when animals congregate around the few permanent water sources. In addition to all its blessings, Selous Game Reserve commands reputation as the last true stronghold for the endangered African wild dog.
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