Whilst Northern Tanzania is often at the forefront of people's minds when planning a trip to this spectacular country, the often overlooked gems of the South can be equally rewarding. Easily combined with the stunning beaches of the coast, the vast, game-rich parks of the South provide a chance to experience the true essence of the wild and untamed beauty of Africa.
Beginning the journey in Dar Es Salaam you will then fly south, towards the vast expanse of the Selous Game Reserve, home to some of the country's most diverse safari experiences. Here you can enjoy some unforgettable wildlife experiences, with game drives, boat safaris and guided walks all on offer. From here it is just a short hop by air on to the remote beauty of the Ruaha National Park.
Home to some of the best game viewing in Africa, Ruaha provides a real feast for the senses, with large herds of elephants and the ever-present promise of predators augmenting the splendid isolation of your bush camp. After days of unparalleled safari action, the adventure then slows down a little, as you end your trip relaxing besides the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.
*Please note the prices shown above are per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room
Watch elephants drinking beside the waters of Lake Nzerakera.
Enjoy a walk through the vast expanse of Selous Game Reserve.
Experience wild camping deep in the heart of the Ruaha National Park.
Savour the splendid isolation of one of Africa's most unique safari destinations.
Relax amongst the golden sands and warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
1 night Dar es Salaam Hotel
3 nights Siwandu Camp
3 nights Jongomero Camp
4 nights Ras Kutani
11 nights accommodation, 1 in a hotel, 6 in traditional safari lodges and 4 in a beach lodge
11 breakfasts, 10 lunches and 10 dinners
3 scheduled light aircraft flights (baggage restrictions apply)
Private road transfers between Dar es Salaam Airport and hotel & beach lodge
Game drive transfers between airstrips and lodges
Shared safari activities from both lodges
Non-motorised watersports activities from beach lodge
Conservation and park fees
Surprisingly enough, when it comes to the most popular destinations for travelling, Bolivia is not a country on the list. Well, your loss. There are a few negative factors which keep on pushing the tourist away from the country, such as a lack of public transport and the necessity to get visa, which might set you back 150$ dollars. However, I dare say that the astounding scenery awaiting you will make amends for all inconveniences. The combination of high-rise mountains, jungles filled with wild life and the unfathomable variety of within a single country is what makes Bolivia so unique and irresistible to visit. Here are the top things not to miss out on.