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Shared game drives

  • 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.
  • Kwihala Camp

    $ 640 Per adult per night
    Those in the know seek out safari adventures in Africa’s less-travelled wildernesses like remote Ruaha, which is also host to 10% of the world’s lion population. This game-rich conservation area and the sheer comfort of camp provide an exceptional wilderness experience. The main area – with its tented lounge and dining room – is the social heart of the camp. Meals are shared either under canvas or in the alfresco dining area beside the campfire, accompanied only by the stirring night sounds of the bush.
  • Dunia Camp

    $ 938 Per adult per night
    Located on a major migration corridor in a spectacular location in the heart of the Serengeti, Dunia Camp offers easy access to the scenic Moru Kopjes and game-rich Seronera region. Big cats and rhino are plentiful and the Great Migration virtually passes through camp twice a year. Sunrise hot-air balloon safaris also provide a memorable way to experience this famous corner of the Serengeti.
  • Namiri Plains Camp

    $ 1,447 Per adult per night
    For over 20 years, the area of Soit Le Motonyi was closed to tourism and reserved as a cheetah conservation and breeding program. As a result of this program, the area now features the highest density of cheetah in East Africa, along with high numbers of lion and leopard, allowing for excellent year round game viewing. Between November and May, the camp is well positioned to access the vast herds of the annual Migration as they pass through Soit Le Motonyi and gather on the plains to the south west of Namiri Plains. Namiri Camp has now been reopened as a completely renovated permanent tented lodge.
  • Oliver’s Camp Tarangire

    $ 946 Per adult per night
    Set in the remote southern reaches of Tarangire National Park and within easy reach of the Silale swamps, Oliver’s Camp is an echo of the early days of East African safaris. Alongside Oliver’s ten ensuite tents, Little Oliver’s offers a more intimate safari with just five exclusive tents. Both camps are perfect for those searching for genuine experiences in the unique, baobab-filled landscape.
  • The Highlands Ngorongoro

    $ 1,086 Per adult per night
    The 8 tented camp is set high in the Ngorongoro Highlands on the slopes of the Olmoti Volcano. The are views of the Gol Mountains in the North and Empakaai Crater in the East. The Highlands offers a comfortable and stylish high-altitude retreat in dome shaped tents, inspired by the Maasai bomas dotting the surrounding highlands. The eight large tents have en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets and plumbed showers. Snug beds and a wood burning stove keep guests warm on even the coldest nights. The main area offers both sunrise views from the dining area, as well as sunset views from the bar/ lounge and a large inside fire place to ensure the safari feeling of a camp fire even when the temperature outside is too cold to sit out.
  • Sayari Camp Serengeti

    $ 1,470 Per adult per night
    Sayari Camp is a spectacular 15-tent camp near the Mara River in northern Serengeti National Park. Sayari Camp has 2 parts, one with 9 tents and one with 6 tents. Both wings have a separate mess and dining area to ensure intimacy and personal service. The entire camp or either wing can be booked exclusively.
  • 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.
  • Kigelia Ruaha

    $ 800 Per adult per night
    A grove of Kigelia (Sausage Tree) is home to this simple but comfortable tented camp. Ruaha National Park has to be one of the most scenic in Tanzania. It has acres upon acres of baobab studded plains, sweeping sand rivers, swathes of woodland and seemingly impossible balancing granite boulders, all surrounded by seriously impressive game populations. Kigelia Ruaha sits right in the middle of it all, flanked by ancient baobab forests and overlooking the dry river bed of the Ifuguru River. Ruaha surprisingly is relatively undiscovered and receives far fewer visitors than its more famous counterparts in the north of the country. So, on safari out here you have it almost all to yourself.
  • Chada Katavi Camp

    $ 975 Per adult per night

    Chada Katavi belongs to the beasts

    Chada Katavi belongs to the beasts of Africa, it always has, as if they were all created here in this remote place. This is the promise of Katavi - total absorption in the natural world and virtually no one else around. Katavi really is one of the final frontiers. This is a true wilderness which is all about enjoying being out on safari without the crowds, in fact often without any company at all. Chada Katavi is only open for six months of the year (June - November) and we think everyone should be clambering over themselves to get here - it really is worth it.
  • Kuro Tarangire

    $ 975 Per adult per night
    Kuro Tarangire is nestled right in the middle of Tarangire National Park, just 15 minutes drive from the Kuro airstrip. The camp's central location means you get away from the crowds that often linger closer to the park gate. It is important to have your own corner of this special park all to yourselves, while still within striking distance of the Silale swamp. Silale can be a real hub of wildlife activity and is well worth a visit. Kuro camp is small and intimate, with a cosy mess area that draws inspiration from the Maasai. With only six tents, one of which is a family unit - it is a classic bush camp of old. Just the way it should be.
  • Serengeti Safari Camp

    $ 975 Per adult per night
    Serengeti Safari Camp is designed to follow the migrating herds, which is the primary objective of most safari-goers. Camp sites are carefully selected to be within striking distance of the herds (nature allowing of course) but always tucked away in corners of hidden wilderness as far from others as possible. There are two identical camps which leap frog around the Serengeti, moving 4 - 5 times a year. This is one of the last camps to continue doing this as many "mobiles camps" now only move twice per season. Each year, these little camps cast off from Lamai Serengeti and begin their own odyssey.  Covering hundreds of miles and moving every couple of months along a route that the herds have travelled for hundreds of years, Serengeti Safari Camp is where you come for your migration fix.

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