Sand Rivers is where we go to totally immerse ourselves in Africa.
This part of the Selous offers the open-minded bush-lover a place where you can explore on foot, by boat or by car and revel in the anticipation of the next discovery.
The experience of flycamping is hard to explain.
It's just something you need to experience for yourself.
Richard Bonham started walking safaris here in the 1980s and then built Sand Rivers Selous.
He was offered his choice of any site in the Reserve, and it's not mistake that he chose this one.
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