Jackal Fly-in Safari

Jackal safari: In full

Taking a holiday on the Jackal safari involves visits to two of the leading camps in southern Tanzania – the owner-run Ikuka Camp, in a remote corner of the Ruaha National Park, and the excellent Beho Beho Camp, in the Selous Game Reserve; both are wonderful camps in very different ways. There's a real contrast between the parks' ecosystems, which gives varied safari opportunities – and the game viewing, particularly in Ruaha, can be fantastic.


Days 1-4

4 nights at Ikuka (full board & activities) | Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

From Dar es Salaam, you will catch a light aircraft flight from the domestic terminal to Ruaha National Park. (This takes about 150 minutes, usually stopping in Selous in the middle.) They're you're met for a game drive of about 45 minutes, to the remote Ikuka Safari Camp. You have 4 nights here to explore this enormous park.

Days 5-8

4 nights at Beho Beho (full board & activities) | Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania

From Ruaha's airstrip, it's only about a 90-minute flight to Selous Game Reserve, where you'll land at Beho Beho's own airstrip, just five minutes' drive from camp. Arrive in time to freshen up and have a delicious lunch, before heading out on your first afternoon activity. Spend 4 nights here at Beho Beho. This is currently one of Africa's best camps, with high standards of comfort and top-notch guiding. You can choose between a range of first class safari activities including drives, walking safaris and boat trips.

Day 9

After your last morning on safari, it's a short flight (about 45 minutes) to Dar es Salaam, where you will connect onto the overnight flight back to London with Kenya Airways.

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