WHAT TO DO IN TANZANIA?
THE SELOUS HUNTING RESERVE
An immense sanctuary of 50,000 km2, relatively little altered by man, lives a large number of elephants, black rhinos, ozas, giraffes, hippos and crocodiles.
The hustle and bustle of the popular northern circuit deviates merrily from the Tarangire National Park, which is a charming surprise southwest of the Serengeti (but just as extraordinary). This quiet and peaceful part is practically untouched by travelers, leaving the virgin and wild jungle to explore in peace and lonelyness, different from other national parks of Tanzania.
Composed by herbaceous plains, steep rivers, dense forests and steep mountain ranges, it allows the observation of large agglomerations of deer and the main mammals representing the Iberian fauna.
CRATER OF NGORONGORO
With a length of 20 kilometers and a height of 600 meters, it welcomes the heart of the savannah and houses an important reserve of wild animals. A majestic volcano that will impress any adventurer.
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST
Reserva de caza Selous, Tanzania