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  • Rubondo Island Camp

    $ 708 Per adult per night
    Rubondo Island Camp is the only lodge on Rubondo Island, the largest island national park in Africa. Tropical forests provide a protected habitat for wildlife that includes sitatunga, elephant, giraffe, 200 species of birds, and wild chimpanzees. The waters of Lake Victoria also offer spectacular fishing for Nile perch. Meals are served alfresco at the main lodge area, with the lapping waves of Lake Victoria marking the passing hours of island life. Spend the afternoon relaxing in a hammock with binoculars and a bird guide or cool off in the swimming pool. When the sun dips below the horizon, watch the hippo emerge from the water to graze on the fringes of camp. The 8 luxury chalets are nestled under the huge trees just 60 meters for the sandy lake shore.
  • Siwandu

    $ 795 Per adult per night

    About Siwandu

    Siwandu is sheltered in a grove of palms on the shores of Lake Nzerakera, part of the watery byways of the Rufiji River system. Siwandu is perfectly situated within the prime game area to fully experience the abundant wildlife of Selous Game Reserve. Explore the breathtaking landscape by foot on our morning game walks, by 4WD vehicles with our expert driver guides and on the water with boat cruises on both the river and on the lake. Broadly spaced along the lakeshore, Siwandu’s superbly appointed accommodation ensures maximum privacy and every opportunity to soak up the sights and sounds of the purest African bush.  The ten spacious octagonal tents allows guests to observe animals as they saunter past while reclining on the majestic king sized bed under the overhead fan or from the open-air stargazer showers which adjoin the en-suite bathrooms.
  • Roho ya Selous

    $ 994 Per adult per night
    Roho ya Selous strikes the perfect balance between comfort and adventure. The real magic of the Selous is the variety each day on safari brings. Explore the reserve on a game drive searching for that elusive leopard or set out on foot tracking wildlife. Catch monster catfish while dodging enormous hippos and hungry crocodiles - every day in Selous is full of surprises.
  • Beho Beho

    $ 1,250 Per adult per night
    Beho Beho was the first camp in The Selous Game Reserve to be sited in its cooler highlands. Here it enjoys 'cooling breezes' from which it derives its name. Designated a private camp, it has fiercely protected its individuality and privileged location. It is one of the most magical places to visit in safari Africa. Beho Beho is not really a camp in the true sense of the word. It has individual bandas built of stone, with palm-leaf thatched roofs. Therefore it is not the tented accommodation often associated with a camp. Nor is it a safari lodge either, as it has only eight bandas, four on one side of the main house and four on the other. Think of Beho Beho as a home, a very private home situated in the middle of the African bush. Owned by the Bailey family for over forty years, they now share their "home in the bush".  A fortunate few are able to share their enjoyment of Beho Beho, one of their favourite places in the world.
  • Mnemba Island

    $ 1,830 Per adult per night
    Exclusive yet unpretentious, Mnemba Island is an award-winning private beach paradise just off the northeast coast of Zanzibar. Ten beachside bandas overlook a pristine coral reef (a scuba diver’s delight) at this romantic, private hideaway. From snorkelling, swimming and kayaking, to massages on the beach and simply doing nothing at all, andBeyond Mnemba has something for everyone.
  • Sand Rivers Selous

    $ 1,120 Per adult per night
    Sand Rivers Selous is perched right on the banks of the Rufiji River. All the main areas and rooms have superb river views. It was the first safari lodge to open in the Selous Game Reserve and as such, had the pick of locations. It’s really rather special in an area that is far away from the main hub of the park where you will hardly see another soul. Sand Rivers Selous has just 8 stone and thatched cottages, all are open-fronted and raised on decks overlooking the river. There are 5 Riverside rooms - with en-suite bathrooms, hot and cold running water, flush toilets and powerful showers - and 3 Hillside Suites. The Suites have all the above, but a large living space and a small plunge pool.
  • Kiba Point Selous

    $ 891 Per adult per night
    Kiba Point is a private lodge just down river from Sand Rivers Selous. One of the greatest privileges here is to be properly left alone in nature. Kiba Point is a private hideaway for families and friends, with just four suites reclining by the Rufiji River. With a private guide and camp staff, the freedom to explore the Selous is all there for the taking, on your timetable and your terms. Perched on the banks of the Rufiji River, all main areas and rooms have superb river views. Richard Bonham had the pick of locations when he chose this place – we think you’ll agree it’s really rather special.
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    Greystoke Mahale

    $ 775 Per adult per night

    Chat with a Chimp at Greystoke Mahale

    Greystoke Mahale has won the Best Location in Africa award at the Safari Awards for 2017. Greystoke sits deep within the Mahale Mountains National Park, on the edge of the second deepest lake in the world - Lake Tanganyika. Nestled between the gin-clear water of the lake, and the tumbling forests sits our extraordinary castaway lodge. There are absolutely no roads here, and virtually no other people. That is what being in Mahale is all about. This really is the edge of the world and the ultimate in remote wilderness. The main reason for making the journey down to Mahale is to see the chimpanzees. Mahale is home to one of the largest populations of wild chimps with access to a habituated community known as the M Group. A team of Japanese researchers have worked in these mountains studying the chimps for over 50 years, and the guides and their families have played a part in their work for decades. All of our camp guides have had a member of their family involved with the chimps since they were young, and they gladly followed in their footsteps. There is nothing the guides don’t know about the characters, politics and intricacies of this fascinating community and they bring it to life with an extraordinary passion. There is no one else you should meet these chimps with.

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