Tanzania boasts not one, but two, of Africa's best kept secrets. Four times the size of the Serengeti and slightly bigger than Switzerland (or Denmark, depending on who you listen to), the Selous Game Reserve is large - in fact the largest in Africa. Slightly to the north-west the Ruaha National Park was recently expanded to become Tanzania's largest national park. A safari here feels like you're going truly off the beaten track and into virgin territory. It gets better. Because the Selous is a game reserve and not a national park a larger range of activities are permitted. Boating safaris are increasingly
popular on Selous holidays and offer visitors a chance to see, up close and in all its splendour, the diverse wildlife along the Selous' Rufiji River. Walking safaris, where guests track lions on foot (at a very safe distance, obviously) and spend the night in fly camps, are also an ideal way to explore the park and add a real touch of adventure.

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I wanted to take the time to say a HUGE thank you for organising our dream honeymoon right down to the smallest details. We had an amazing time across all three locations and loved the letters you had handwritten and sent to our accommodations to welcome us in each of them, we also received a welcome home card which was a lovely touch. Our holiday was amazing and the Rayavadee was a particular highlight on the trip. We've never been anywhere quite as brilliant. We filled our days on the beach, by the pool, drinking cocktails, eating amazing food and visiting the beauties of Pang Nam Bay and the Phi Phi Islands. We also had a cooking class which was amazing as well, we're going to attempt a new Thai recipe every week. Once again, thank you so much for everything, we'll be sure to recommend you to anyone planning a holiday in the future. Fantastic service and job well done.

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