Underwater Life In Kilwa
- Snorkelling & Diving
- Deep Sea & Artisan Fishing &
- Dhow sailing in Kilwa Waters.
At the intersection of land and sea, mangrove forests support a wealth of life, from starfish to people, and may be more important to the health of the planet than we ever realized.
In an average game-park hippo pool you may see ten or eleven of these ungainly mammals, near Kilwa there are nearly two hundred.
Plans are currently underway to begin accepting the first students from national and international universities at the scientific research centre on Masoko Pwani.
Selous Game Reserve & Bush Camp
The Selous National Park is the largest wildlife area in Africa; at 55,000 square kilometers; the concentrations of wildlife is therefore understandably huge and it is only an hour from Kilwa. We have our own community campsite there