Compare and book cheap flights from Dar es Salaam to Selous Game Reserve online and save time and money. It is Africa's biggest game reserve, yet visited by few. Meandering through the woodlands and plains, the Rufij River gives rise to a labyrinth of stream, pretty lakes and channels in a delicate water paradise. You can visit Selous through great offers on Dar es Salaam to Selous flights.
There are a few direct Dar es Salaam to Selous flight - Sumbazi route each week with flights accessible on this route from both Coastal Aviation and Auric Air. Fly Dar es Salaam to Selous flying time is around three hours and thirty minutes in order to cover the 400-kiloemters distance.
The majority of Selous safaris are actually fly-in packages starting in Dar es Salaam. Point of entry into Tanzania is the Julies Nyerere International Airport found on the outskirts of the Dar es Salaam. Generally, you will be picked up from the airport, and he will manage all of your other ground operations plus local flights.
• Cheap flights from Dar es Salaam to Selous is one way to reach Selous. The Dar es Salaam to Selous flights cheap takes approximately 2-3-5 hours, depending on your landing strip. There are lots of landing strips accessible in Selous and you can pick to land on
• any of them, depending on where actually you want to go. Some of the strips contain Kiba, Beho Beho, Mbuyu, Matambwe, Sumbazi, Stieglers, Siwandu, and Mtemere. The Selous to Dar es Salaam flights distance depends on which strip you want to land on.
Stieglers Gorge, which averages hundred meter in depth, is named after Swiss explorer who was killed here by an elephant in 1907. It has more recently gained focus as the place of a planned huge hydroelectric power station.
THE Grave of explorer and hunter Frederick Courteney Selous, who was killed in this place in 1917.
This is a plentiful game in the reserve, with Africa's biggest lion and buffalo populations, numerous leopard and thriving packs of wild dog. Zebra, wildebeest, hartebeest, greater kudu, and eland are all general. In the heat of the afternoon, herds of over 50 giraffe drink from the lakes, whilst elephant herds cross the channels to the green islands.
The day's activities tend to target on traveling by boat or walking, with overnight accommodation in simple dome tents, with warm bucket showers rigged in trees and green bush dinners set out at the water's edge.