Selous Game Reserve
Tanzania, situated in south-east Africa is widely known for its immensely bio-diverse wildlife conservations, game and forest reserves. The country which attracts a massive number of global tourists has about 16 national parks which bear testimony to its huge natural wealth. However, it’s practically impossible to visit all the wildlife reserves when you are in Tanzania, but worry no more, we have suggestions for you!
Selous Game Reserve, named after an English big game hunter and conservationist Frederick Selous is the largest game reserve in Africa. It is also arguably the second largest wildlife conservation in the continent. Unlike the Ngorongoro National Park where the Masaai tribe and the wildlife co-exist harmoniously, in Selous, human habitation is prohibited. But the abundance of flora and fauna surrounding the Selous Game Reserve more than makes up for it and entices the tourists to visit.