Arrive Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Arrive in Dar es Salaam and transfer to your hotel, a modern oasis in the heart of the vibrant city.
Selous Game Reserve | Into the Wild
Fly to Selous Game Reserve and transfer to your safari lodge. The drive to your camp takes you along the river, so keep your eyes peeled for hippopotamus. After settling in, embark on your first game drive in Selous Game Reserve, Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuary.
Selous Game Reserve | Big Game Adventure
Delve deeper into the wilds of Selous Game Reserve, tracking lions, zebras, giraffes, baboons, impalas, elephants and buffalo with your guide.
Selous Game Reserve | Rufiji River Safari
Cruise down the Rufiji River as you safari by boat in search of the elephants, hippos, buffalo and crocodiles that frequent the banks.
Ruaha National Park | Ridge-Top Refuge
Fly to Ruaha National Park and transfer to your safari lodge set high on a rocky kopje overlooking spiky palms and bulbous baobabs. Here, expert guides lead walking safaris, game drives and night drives in one of the continent’s largest and most bio-diverse wilderness areas.
Ruaha National Park | Rolling Lowlands
This morning, join your guide to explore the park’s rolling lowlands and wide sand rivers, keeping watch for herds of impala, greater kudu, waterbuck, zebra and elephant.
Ruaha National Park | A Parting Glimpse
Today, set out for the park’s wide-open plains, tracking elands, antelope, lions, hyenas, cheetahs, leopards, wild dogs and baboons.
Depart Dar es Salaam
Fly to Dar es Salaam, where you are transferred to relax in your reserved dayroom. Later, you are transferred to the airport to board your departure Flight.
Enhance Your Journey
Elevate your experience with a host of options available for an additional cost.
Extend your journey to include a stay in the island paradise of Zanzibar, sunbathing on the beach and exploring the vibrant local culture.
Mahale Mountains Extension
Extend your journey with a visit to Mahale Mountains National Park, taking in forested peaks, diverse wildlife and the tranquil waters of Lake Tanganyika.