The simplest of the good Selous Camps – 12 big tents set right in the middle of an elephant walkway! Great game and ideal for those who want a no frills tented lodge.
8 large bandas (including 2 suites and the Rhino House) open fronted to the river. High standard of guiding, food and service. Swimming Pool, amazing food and service…but we much prefer Beho Beho which is also less expensive !
Impala Camp, run by the Adventure Camps Company was added to their portfolio in 2004 and is a great value semi-luxury tented camp in the Selous Game Reserve, Africa’s largest game reserve. The only acceptable mid-range option…
An ideal location for a longer safari (4-7 nights), and usually combined with Selous, which is a great contrast. Ruaha offers game viewing by foot as well as from open sided vehicles. It has a distinct landscape of open plains, ancient baobabs and scorched red earthen hills. Particularly good for predators and all other game and birds. Very remote and often described as the “Real Africa”. Completely unspoilt by tourism. Accessible by air from Selous & Arusha
The newest and most remote camp in Ruaha – just 8 tented rooms, wonderfully appointed in the style of its sister Selous Safari Camp with great views from the pool out across the sand river. A classy outfit.
Guide Price$690 * Recommended *
Mdonya is a small, no frills Adventure Camp, looking over the old Mdonya river bed…the sister to the fantastic Manze in the Selous. The camp is in a great game area with 11 tents.
Guide Price$370 * Recommended *
12 Luxury thatched and tented rooms. Great service and good game guiding, accommodation is very private, food is very good and evening meals are taken under the stars…has slipped in standard of late.
New kids on the block. Sister to the wonderful Beho Beho. Beautiful tents and great food. A lovely new addition to the park – and for the price really worth considering.
Guide Price $450
There are two distinct ways to take a safari in the north of Tanzania, either by taking a mobile driving safari or by flying between the parks. The standard length of time on a driving safari is to spend 1 night in Lake Manyara, 2 nights in the Ngorongoro Crater and 3 nights in either the Serengeti or Tarangire depending on season. Generally no walking is allowed in the North (with a few exceptions) and game viewing is usually by closed sided vehicle.