Rufiji River Camp
The tented camp is situated in the north-eastern part of the Selous Game Reserve on a high bank overlooking the mighty Rufiji River and the plain beyond. The camp accommodates guests in 20 comfortable tents. Each tent has twin beds with mosquito nets, ensuite bathroom and a veranda facing the river. The central resturant provides excellent cuisine. The camp makes maximum use of local materials, retaining an intimate relationship with the surrounding eco-system.
Selous Safari Camp
Offers visitors the unparalleled experience of sleeping under canvas in the bush with all the modern comforts.
Beho Beho Camp
Located deep inside the game reserve, the camp features comfortable and secure stone-built ‘bandas’. Each consists of a large bedroom, bathroom with shower and a verandah. The famous hot-springs of Selous are located not too far away.
Sand River Camp
This exclusive camp contains only six secluded cottages all with ensuite bathrooms and stunning views of the Rufiji River. An unusual combination of steep wooded hills, open Miombo woodland and grassy plains and marshes interlaced with lakes and dry sand rivers, this scenic area boasts an impressive variety of game, birdlife and wild flowers.
Ruaha National Park
Ruaha River Lodge
Overlooking the great Ruaha River, the lodge blends into its natural surroundings to enable visitors to feel themselves part of the wild. Accommodation ‘bandas’, built from local stone and thatch, provide the perfect setting in which to relax between bush excursions, and watch wild animals as they descend from the hills to quench their thirst and nibble on the green grass.
Mwagusi Tented Camp
Deep inside the park, between the banks of the Mwagusi Sand River, lies the Mwagusi Camp. This 16 bed safari camp offers ensuite bathrooms and hot showers, while maintaining the design of traditional African ‘bandas’.
Mdonya Old River Camp
Mdonya Old River Camp is due to open in 2003. The camp has eight spacious tents and is located under sycamore fig and acacia trees near the Ruaha escarpment and Mdonya waterfalls. Activities will include full day game drives, trips to the waterfalls falls and walking safaris. It promises to be a good small camp.
Mikumi National Park
Vuma Hill Tented Camp
Overlooking the Mkata plains and mountains in the distance, Vuma Hill offers accommodation “under the stars” allowing you to get as close to nature as you can. Whether you want to enjoy star gazing from the 360 degree viewpoint, cool off in the pool, or quietly relax in your custom made tent inbetween safari game drives, Vuma offers the luxury and privacy to suite all. All tents are self-contained with attached bathroom facilities, hot and cold water and electricity.
This lodge is situated near the main entrance of Mikumi National Park, and has stone-built African cottages and bandas, spacious bedrooms, bathroom with shower and large verandas with wonderful views overlooking the plains and nearby waterholes. There is a small pool and sundeck area, raised look out tower, thatched bar built around a Marula tree and a dining area overlooking a floodlit waterhole. At Kikoboga you can watch a procession of animals visiting the waterholes either from the comfort of your own verandah, having a cool drink at the bar or whilst dining.