There is Wide range of Accommodations from mid range to Luxury. Below please find the suggested Accommodations, other information on accommodations are available on request.
Selous River Camp: A very popular option! Consist of spacious Mud huts with with en-suite bathroom are more than just a hut! Spend the night in a rustic style four-poster bed, made from branches collected from our lush forest, or refresh and wash off the Safari dust under the cooling shower. Also simple tents are equipped with comfortable camping/local rope beds, safari chairs, a table and palm leaf mats. Evenings are lit romantically with the soft light of kerosene lamps. The separate, shared rustic bathrooms are clean, airy and insect proof where you can bathe in comfort.
Rufiji River Camp: The tented camp, situated in the heart of the reserve, is environmentally friendly and each tent is equipped with private bathroom and a veranda facing the river. Twenty tents facing the sunset, with comfortable beds, walled en-suite facilities, mosquito netting and all of the comfortable equipment of a lodge. Each tent has a private veranda under a roof of local straw (makuti) that creates the perfect place for reading, writing or just resting in the shade.
Selous Riverside Safari Camp: consists of 10 spacious luxury tented camps with en-suite facilities, decorated beautifully in African style. All tents are en-suite and are luxuriously equipped with comfortable beds, electricity and their own private verandahs. To wash the dust off after your game drive, each tent provides an en-suite shower and toilet with all the pleasures of hot and cold running water. Amenities in the tents include en suite bathroom including shower and wash basin having hot and cold water, flush toilet and two electric points.
Sable Mountain Lodge The camp is small and intimate with emphasis placed on a true wilderness experience combined with warm hospitality. Eight stone cottages are spaciously situated over the Beho Beho hillside. Each cottage provides stylish Selous Lodge accommodation, the design element of which is in keeping with the surrounding natural environment. Each cottage contains full en-suite facilities, 24 hour solar lighting, a spring water supply and wonderful views from a private veranda over the forest towards the distant Uluguru Mts.
Selous Impala Camp: is set in Borassus palms and Tamarind trees and provides superb comfort, wonderful wildlife and dining under the stars beside the rippling Rufiji river. There is a large and comfortable thatched low-slung building with wide verandahs where there is a relaxed open plan area with a well stocked bar, dining room and plenty of planters’ chairs and sofas so that you can scan the river and banks for game, drink in hand .Nearby is a sheltered, crystal clear blue swimming pool which overlooks the Rufiji.
Lake Manze Tented Camp: The tents are ” meru style ” canvas with double zip locking and mesh windows. along the shores of Lake Manze and each tent has a view towards the lake.The tents are spread out in the shade of Doum palms and Acacias.The animals can come very close – its not a good idea to go so close . The main bedroom of the tent – you can just see the dressing-room and bathroom area behind.
Selous Safari Camp: delightfully situated within an open palm forest on the shores of Lake Nzerakera, a massive lake adjoining the Great Rufiji River. Blending in superbly with its natural surroundings in what is one of the most photogenic areas of the Selous Game Reserve. All safari tents are widely spaced along the lake shore ensuring maximum privacy and wonderful views. Each tent sits atop its own raised timber platform with two large verandahs on either side where one can sit with a cup of tea in the morning watching the bush come to life at sunrise, or nursing a gin and tonic as the bush gets ready for the night at sunset.
Behobeho: is not really a camp in the true sense of the word, as it has individual bandas or stone built palm-leaf thatched cottages, rather than the tented accommodation one might more readily associate with a camp. But also it is not really a safari lodge as it has only 8 bandas, 4 on one side of the main house and 4 on the other, one tends to think of a safari lodge in terms of something quite a good bit larger. So we like to think of Behobeho as being more of a home, a very private home situated in the middle of the African bush.
Other Camps in Selous : Selous Hippo Camp, Selous Wilderness Camp, Selous Kinga Lodge, Sunset Selous Camp and others
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