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Tom Kellie posted a topic in Latest Conservation news and talkhttp://www.eturbonews.com/157672/germany-releases-18-million-euro-wildlife-conservation-tanzania ~ This June, 2017 news release published in eTurbo Global Travel Industry News tells of the 18 million Euro donation by the German government to Tanzania for wildlife conservation in Selous Game Reserve. Germany also donated six Toyota Land-Cruisers for anti-poaching patrols in Selous. Germany's donations are intended to support community-based natural resource management.
AsiliaAfrica posted a topic in Lodge, camp and operator newsRoho ya Selous - Asilia Africa opening in the Selous Game Reserve, August 2017 We are excited to announce that a new camp will be joining the pack this year in a new area for Asilia. Roho ya Selous will open in the heart of the Selous Game Reserve in August. Set on a hill overlooking the water, Roho ya Selous sits close to a key waterway which links Lake Manze to Lake Nzerakera, right in the heart of the core game viewing area. This comfortable and stylish camp will offer game drives, walking safaris, boating and catch and release fishing and is ideally situated for exploring this diverse and beautiful reserve. Fast facts on the camp: 8 stretch canvas tents including 1 family tent. Each tent will have an over-bed ‘’Evening Breeze’’ cooling system for the hotter months. Wifi in camp. Game drives, walking safaris, boating safaris and catch and release fishing with easy access to both Lake Nzerakera and the Rufiji River system. Why go to Selous? Ease of access – less then an hour away from Dar es Salaam. Combines easily with Ruaha National Park for a longer and contrasting safari itinerary. Low density of safari camps, ensuring an exclusive, authentic and great value safari. Wildlife is varied and plentiful; wild dog, lion and leopard as well as over 400 bird species. Variety of safari activities – in addition to game drives guest can enjoy boat safaris, walking safaris and fishing. Natural beauty of a wilderness area larger than Switzerland