The Beho Beho 'bush nights' are luxurious, with spacious tents and stylish design.
Beho Beho fly-camping: Our full report
Travellers who stay for a minimum of four nights at Beho Beho can opt to take one of these as a 'Bush night'. These are spent away from camp, usually beside a sand river, fly-camping in tents made mostly of insect-proof gauze. This is opulent camping; with first-class meals, a stylish, candle-lit tent with a proper double bed and an en-suite shower and toilet.
Bush nights are an additional (and substantial) £219 per person sharing.
If you're unsure exactly what Fly-camping is all about, then look on the main Selous Game Reserve page, and then scroll to the bottom of the page for an explanation.
Ideal length of stay: 1-2 nights maximum - as part of a safari at Beho Beho
Owner: Independent / Owner Run
Food & drink
Usual board basis: Full Board
Dining style: Group Meals
Dining locations: Outdoor Dining
Drinks included: Yes - soft drinks, house wine and local spirits are included in the rates. Note that fine wines, champagne and imported spirits and liqueurs, are charged as extras.
Honeymoons: Add a night fly-camping to a trip to Beho Beho for a really romantic, comfortable and private sojourn into the bushSee more ideas for Honeymoons in Tanzania
Birdwatching: The guides here are real experts on the birdlife, and the Selous is a great area for bird-watching. From the waterbirds found in the floodplains and lakes around the Rufiji River, to the dry-country raptors in the Beho Beho Hills from which the camp takes it name - it's a great birding area.See more ideas for Birdwatching in Tanzania
Walking safaris: Beho Beho's fly-camping is usually mostly walking safaris - with some of Africa's very best professional walking guidesSee more ideas for Walking safaris in Tanzania
Wildlife safaris: Fly-camping always gets you closer to the wildlife, and you won't find better guides with whom to explore it than at Beho Beho.See more ideas for Wildlife safaris in Tanzania
Attitude towards children: Beho Beho 'Bush Nights' isn't suitable for children under 12 years of age.
Generally recommended for children: No - unless they are mature and responsible.
Notes: Parents should be aware that fly-camping is right in the heart of the bush and wildlife can pass through at any time – children cannot be left unaccompanied.
Power supply: None
Communications: For all intents and purposes you should consider yourself out of contact. You will have contact with the camp via a radio - who will then have use of a satallite phone in case of an emergency.
TV & radio: There is no TV or radio – this is deepest Africa!
Health & safety
Malarial area: Yes
Medical care: There is a first aid kit on at the fly-camp for minor illnesses and injuries. For more serious cases Beho Beho has links with the flying-doctor in Dar es Salaam.
Dangerous animals: High Risk
Disabled access: Not Possible