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Nyerere National Park - formely Selous

The Nyerere National Park, formerly part of The Selous Game Reserve is enormous, wild and remote.

The Rufiji River, Tanzania’s largest, flows through the northern part of the Park, and this river which is slow moving and wide, has created a number of oxbow lakes in its northern flood plains, and they create a beautiful landscape of plains and woodlands interspersed with expanses of water.

The dry season starts in June and lasts until about November, and although the remainder of the year is relatively wet the National Park is green and absolutely beautiful from December to February, with many parts easily accessible.

This park contains the largest number of wild dog in the world. Chances of seeing them are highest here. There are over 500 different species of birds.



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