Remote and uncrowded Selous Game Reserve offers seasoned safari travellers and adventurous souls thrilling close-up wildlife encounters, while beautiful Pemba Island is a tropical hideaway with a magical underwater wilderness waiting to be explored.
Azura Selous, on the wild banks of the Great Ruaha River, is the perfect base from which to explore remote Selous Game Reserve, which forms part of Tanzania’s Southern Circuit and is the second-largest conservation area in Africa. As it is a reserve and not a national park, safari regulations are more relaxed and allow you truly wild big-game encounters.
After this intensely rewarding and exciting wilderness experience, chill out in laid-back luxury at Fundu Lagoon on totally unspoilt Pemba Island. Part of the Zanzibar archipelago, Pemba is accessible only by boat. The small boutique hotel, situated on an unspoilt white-sand beach fringed by forest on the southwestern coast, offers spectacular diving in the crystal-clear tropical waters… or kick back and relax poolside beneath swaying palms.