South & West Tanzania

The Southern and Western Circuit

This is the most remote part of Tanzania with remarkable landscape and less visited sights: because is only involves costly air charters. If you visit these areas its easy to imagine that the rest of the world no longer exists.

Katavi National Park

Highlights: It offers un – spoilt wildlife in the country located far off the beaten track of western part of Tanzania. Katavi dramatic scenery is as varied as it’s pristine. Huge pods of Hippos, Elephants, enormous herds of buffaloes.

Best times to visit June to October

Ruaha National Park

Highlights: Wild remote and dramatically different from any other park in

Tanzania numerous and wild elephants. It is one of the Tanzania bird’s Paradise with more than 510 species and some of them are know to be migrants from within and outside Africa if is also a place where magnificent mammals like Kudu, Sable and Roan antelopes can easily be sported. Different vegetation from northern Tanzania.

Best times to visit – July to October

Selous Game reserve

Highlights: Selous game reserve is African’s largest game reserve covering 53,000 square kilometers, The Rufiji Rives; crocodiles, Hippos, tiger fish and offer aquatic life. Dramatically different scenery and vegetation from elsewhere in Tanzania. The park has the widest diversity of safari activities in the country offering the boating trips as well as a game drives walking safaris and fly camping

Best times to visit – May to November

Mahale Mountain National Park

Highlights: It is set on the shores of the lake Tanganyika with a watershed comprising richly forested. Among the wild animals found here chimpanzees are star attraction. Other primates found in large numbers are the red colobus monkey red-tailed and blue monkey the unspoiled water clear water take the second deepest lake in Tanzania there more than 1000 fish species.

The best time to visit December to January, June to October