The Southern Circuit

The Southern Circuit of Tanzania is less accessible, and consequently is less traveled and less disturbed by humans. You’ll see animals in a more natural habitat, reflecting limited intrusions by people.

Because travel is more challenging — you’ll take a bush plane between safaris — you’ll want to stay several days in each of our luxurious lodges.

While your safari may include a road vehicle, in the south you may also walk or travel by boat to see animals.

Every morning I wake up and wish I was still in Tanzania. Thank you so much for helping us have such a perfect time!
— KO
As this was my first trip to Africa, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I knew it would be wonderful and I would be happy with whatever animals I was lucky enough to see. I never dreamed in a million years that I would see the entire cast of the lion king in our very first drive!

I was completely blown away! The diversity of wildlife and the sheer numbers were astounding. That we were able to be so close was beyond my wildest expectations! Loved all of it!
— NN

Your Southern Circuit trip may include:

  • Ruaha National Park, the largest national park in Tanzania known for its unspoiled landscape and rare animals.

  • Selous Game Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, is an immense game reserve with a variety of habitats including open grassland, forest, swamps, and rainforest. Seasonal flooding of “sand rivers” contributes to the unique ecosystem.

  • Deluxe lodges in very remote settings.

  • Lots of animals but very rare sightings of other vehicles.

Loved this!!!!!!!!!! I loved the remoteness and the “wildness” of the animals. Being the only jeep in the area was very nice.
— NW