Lodges & safari camps in Ruaha National Park
Mdonya Old River Camp
Set in acacia woodland in the heart of Ruaha National Park, Mdonya Old River Camp was designed with a conscious desire to remain ...More about Mdonya Old River Camp
Very much the 'older' sister of the 2 camps - in need of a bit of refurbishment and a lick of paint. Mary the manager was a very pleasant person but had no managerial ... reviews...
Mwagusi Safari Camp
Set on the banks of the seasonal Mwagusi River, Mwagusi Camp is both smart and very comfortable, yet quite rustic in feel. It ...More about Mwagusi Safari Camp
After the two previous camps, we did feel that the facilities were showing some slight signs of their age, and the bush seemed to us to have been trashed by the elephants, ... reviews...
Kwihala is a relatively new mobile operation set up in Ruaha National Park in 2006. There is nothing permanent about this camp; ...More about Kwihala Camp
A beautiful place, 6 huge tents widely spaced. Amazing food (my husband was in heaven!) The safaris were amazing, totally different terrain to Selous, dry so easy to ... reviews...
Stylish and with a slightly colonial edge, Jongomero Camp is similar to its sister camp Siwandu. It has smooth and seamless service ...More about Jongomero Camp
Loved Jongomero! Staff and guides were friendly, helpful and the service was excellent. The safari drives were fantastic and very educational. I learnt a lot as well as ... reviews...
Ruaha River Lodge
Situated in a fantastic location right on the river, Ruaha River Lodge is the oldest lodge in Ruaha National Park. Unpretentious ...More about Ruaha River Lodge
A great place to stay in Ruaha National Park, with a really beautiful setting on the Ruaha River. Lots to see from the veranda and dining area. Manager and staff were ... reviews...
Jongomero Walking Safaris
Jongomero Camp also run an excellent fly-camp. Jongomero walking safari offers a simple bush experience whilst keeping a certain ...More about Jongomero Walking Safaris
Camp was set up under shade tress on the banks of a dry sand river. Nice setting. Walks were good, although game viewing was very limited. reviews...
Kichaka expeditions is a small private mobile camp situated in Ruaha National Park. The emphasis here is very much on nature with the aim to give visitors a wild bush experience by exploring one of the most remote areas found anywhere in Tanzania. Kichaka focuses on walking safaris, led by Andrew ...More about Kichaka
Set on the banks above the Ifuguru sand river in Ruaha National Park, Kigelia is a semi-permanent tented camp that takes its name from the grove of sausage trees, Kigelia africana, where it nestles. With only six well-positioned tents, the camp aims to blend in with the surrounding bush, causing ...More about Kigelia Camp