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Hunting Areas & Camps

Selous Game Reserve, southeastern Tanzania

Three of the TWC hunting concessions are deep in the heart of the 17-million acre Selous Game Reserve, famous for its vast herds of buffalo, elephant, hippo, plains game, and of course the big cats. All of the hunting camps are located in some of the most remote, scenic, and game-rich areas in the Selous and are accessible only by air charter into well-maintained bush strips.  There are no people or villages within the whole of the Selous, except the hunting camps and clients who are there on only a seasonal basis. The concessions and camps–MA1 (Madaba), LU4 (Luwego), and U3 (commonly referred to as the Rufiji camp) – produce some terrific dangerous game opportunities for four of the African Big Five, as well as some exciting action with hippo.  Some of the monster crocs basking themselves on the banks of the rivers may have been around during the days of Frederick Courtney Selous, the famous hunter-naturalist in whose honor the Reserve was named!

MA1 (Madaba)

U3 (Rufigi)

LU4 (Luwego)

Animals Available in the Selous Game Reserve

The following game occurs in our three Selous concessions:

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