Southern Tanzania Explorer ( - optional extension to Mahale)

This full 10 day photo safari takes you to two of Tanzania’s wildest and least visited wildlife reserves.

The Selous Game Reserve with its Rufiji river and lakes doesn't just attract lots of birds, but also enormous populations of mammals. Among many other species it is - like Ruaha - home to the rare African wild dog and the sable antelope.

Ruaha National Park is well-known for its varied dramatic scenery and the accompanying diversity of animals, including some rare and threatened species.

There is the option of booking an exclusive extension to Mahale Mountains National Park after this trip - for more info please read the complete trip info that is downloadable by clicking 'more info' at the top of this page.

Practical info: 

This trip focuses entirely on wildlife photography.

You are 10 days on the spot. Calculate extra days for the international flights!

The route has been worked out to maximise our time in the parks and we are travelling in two 4x4 vehicles, giving everybody ample space to photograph comfortably.

Accommodation is in comfortable to luxury lodges and tented camps in the middle of nature. All have private bathroom (shower, toilet), charging facilities, and provide hearty, delicious meals.

More details and complete itinerary are available by clicking the ‘more info’ button at the top of this page.

Click here for more photos made during this trip.

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It was another great experience with Ingrid. This was my second time with her on photo safari and again I learned a lot but also enjoyed everything we encountered. Tirelessly Ingrid gives advice on the settings of your camera, especially in the more difficult situations such as moving animals,...
Expectations were high. We already have some safari experience. We went for kudu, wild dogs and leopards. The only thing we didn't manage to see was leopards, although ... a leopard cub did surprise us nicely. So going on safari with Ingrid brings something new every time. There's no more need to...
Southern Tanzania was a new experience. Different landscape, different fauna. Little known and therefore less tourism. The wildlife experience was intense both in the jeeps and on the boats. Again well organized with surprising accommodation. Guidance with technical tips and a lot of time for...
My 5th safari with Ingrid was again a bull's eye. Top organisation with comfortable jeeps and knowledgeabel drivers. In the tented camps you become one with nature and wildlife. Different animals in a different environment every time. The special support of Ingrid who challenges me to push my...