Stylish and with a slightly colonial edge, Jongomero Camp is similar to its sister camp Siwandu. It has smooth and seamless service and plenty of luxury, but despite this, Jongomero has retained a real sense of wilderness. Located in the far south of Ruaha National Park, Jongomero is a long way from any other camp. This part of Ruaha is both quiet and spectacular − it's a real wilderness experience. It is extremely unlikely that you will come across any other vehicles while on safari around Jongomero.
Our view of Jongomero Camp
Jongomero's standards of service, food and comfort are very high – and you can certainly expect very good guiding. Its game densities aren't quite as high as some of the areas further east, but there is still very good game here. So if you're looking for a 'wilderness' experience, it could be a good choice for you – especially when combined with the option to fly-camp.
Rooms at Jongomero Camp
Jongomero Camp: Traveller ratings
Jongomero Camp is situated on the banks of the Jongomero river...