Lukulo Selouse - Rates from USD
The vast wilderness, which comprises the Selous Game Reserve, offers respite to some of the largest populations of wildlife in Africa - one-third of all African wild dogs, and huge herds of elephant and buffalo. The Lukula sanctuary, with numerous perennial rivers and a variety of ecosystems, upholds the Selous' reputation. It attracts the widest range of prey - from the rare Nyassa wildebeest and Lichtenstein's hartebeest to the stunning Greater kudu, sable and eland. Predators wait on the fringes, where lion stalk and wild dog strategize. The sandy substrates are home to busy bee-eater nests with Giant kingfishers hunting from the banks. Other frequently spotted species include waterbuck, impala, klipsringer, hippo, Nile crocodile, leopard, and duiker. Birdlife abounds as well, with common sightings of the rare Pel's Fishing owl, Wattled crane and Palmnut vulture among the 350 recorded species.

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