The Southern Circuit epitomizes Tanzania in her most pristine form, off the beaten track, away from the crowds of tourists and the sound of other safari vehicles. Here you will find prolific wildlife unscathed by human interaction, where the night sky dazzles with millions of stars, and a part of the continent which is untouched by time.
Selous Game reserve, the largest wildlife sanctuary lies in the south of Tanzania, stretching inland from the coast it is bigger than Denmark. It lies south of Mikumi, covering an area of 54,600 sq. Located in Central Tanzania, 128km west of Iringa, Ruaha National Park, second largest in Tanzania, the reserve is perhaps the least well-known. Covering a conservation area of 10,300 square kilometres in the south-west of the country