Lodges & safari camps in Selous Game Reserve
Selous Impala Camp
Selous Impala Camp is situated on a wooded stretch of the stunning Rufiji River within the Selous Game Reserve. Simply though ...More about Impala Camp
A well run camp, managed by Nick and Crystal; as it was coming to the end of the season it was very quiet, so we had the attention of all the staff. We had our own guide ... reviews...
Lake Manze Adventure Camp
Lake Manze Adventure Camp opened in 2007 on a prime location overlooking Lake Manze, which is one of the more northerly of a ...More about Lake Manze Camp
We are only rating this as good simply because it is a very tired camp that desperately needs some money invested in it. Sadly the tents are extremely well worn and need ... reviews...
Beho Beho has a unique location in the Selous Game Reserve – high on a hill in an area dotted with baobab trees. Indeed, the ...More about Beho Beho
We stayed here in early November for our honeymoon and it was a real treat. The bandas are truly beautiful, better than any hotel room we have ever stayed at and with the ... reviews...
Plush and luxurious, Siwandu (formerly known as Selous Safari Camp) is set amid mixed woodland on the shores of Lake Nzerakera, ...More about Siwandu
Our experience at this camp was spoiled by the scarcity of wildlife to be seen. Whether this was because there had been some rain before our arrival or whether there is always ... reviews...
Sand Rivers Camp
Sand Rivers was founded by safari legend Richard Bonham. Its site, deep inside the Selous Game Reserve, overlooking a wide curve ...More about Sand Rivers Camp
Sand Rivers is clearly a well established and slick, professional operation. The rooms maybe are becoming just a tad tired but not to any significant extent. Superb ... reviews...
Beho Beho Tree-house
Beho Beho has recently opened a new fly-camp for guests who stay for four nights or more at the main camp. The Beho Beho team ...More about Beho Beho Tree-house
What an experience! Really enjoyed this and the team worked so hard to make it truly special. reviews...
Selous Impala fly-camp
If you are staying at Impala Camp for more than a few nights, then adventurous travellers should consider fly-camping as an option...More about Impala fly-camping
The fly camp experience was much enjoyed and, with the staff numbers accompanying us, explained the additional cost which, on initial booking, seemed a bit steep. The gradings ... reviews...
Rufiji River Camp
One of the first camps to be established in the Selous Game Reserve, Rufiji River Camp has a fine location, on a bank several ...More about Rufiji River Camp
Well run lodge, lovely spot, brilliant game drives and knowledgable driver/guide. reviews...
Sand Rivers fly-camping
If you're staying at Sand Rivers Camp then it's easy for us to pre-arrange for you to have a night or two fly-camping from there ...More about Sand Rivers fly-camp
We came to our lakeside fly camp after an early evening game drive. The fire was already going and chairs and a bar set out for us. We had a net to sleep under and (reasona... reviews...
Sand Rivers walking mobile
***Unfortunately Sand Rivers have stopped running their walking mobile, however you can still do a few day's fly camping for ...More about Sand Rivers walking
This was our first "guided" Walking Safari. We spent 3 nights on the Mobile Safari associated with the Sand Rivers Lodge. The daily itinery involves a 06:30 ... reviews...
Situated on the banks of the Ruaha River, the smart but relaxed Azura Selous opened in 2010 under a different name 'Amara Selous' ...More about Azura Selous
We stayed at Azura Selous for four nights in September 2015 for our honeymoon, and had the most amazing time. The camp is simply spectacular, from the location on the river, ... reviews...
Beho Beho Bailey's Banda
Bailey's Banda is located to the northwest of Beho Beho, slightly higher up than the main lodge, and just out of sight of it...More about Beho Beho Bailey's Banda
I don't say this lightly but the most amazing place I have ever stayed. When I walked into the Banda and saw the Banda's interior with the panoramic view across ... reviews...
Rufiji River fly-camping
If you're visiting Rufiji River Camp for more than a few nights, then consider combining a night or two at this satellite fly-camp ...More about Rufiji River fly-camp
We were quite relieved to have a proper tent, especially as the rains were looming. We felt quite regal lounging under our pagoda at the waters edge as food came & went. ... reviews...
Standing about a mile away from its sister-camp Sand Rivers, Kiba Point is a private camp run by the same team. It has the same ...More about Kiba Point
We incorporated the Selous Game Reserve into our itinerary to include a water perspective to our Tanzania safari experience. I am glad we did. Reading several reviews on ... reviews...
Mivumo River Lodge
Owned and run by the well-known Serena property chain, Mivumo River Lodge is the sister camp to Selous Luxury Camp. Set up on the banks of the Rufiji River, not far from Steigler's Gorge, it is a high-quality, well-finished lodge which has all the creature comforts that you would expect from a hotel...More about Mivumo River Lodge
Roho Ya Selous
Due to open in August 2017, Roho Ya Selous is a new camp promising an authentic safari experience. Its name translates as “the heart of the Selous” and it’s located on a small promontory on the west side of Lake Nzerakera, just to the north of the ‘inland delta’ formed by the Rufiji River. This ...More about Roho Ya Selous
Sable Mountain Lodge
Situated 1km outside the park's western park boundary and 12km from Matembwe Gate, Sable Mountain Lodge sits high up, north of the Beho Beho hills, and offers lovely views across the surrounding dense brachystegia forest. It is a good base to explore the northern reaches of the Selous Game reserve ...More about Sable Mountain Lodge
Selous Mbuyu Camp
Selous Mbuyu is a tented camp situated on the bank of one of the Rufiji Rivers tributaries. Mbuyu (Swahili for Baobab) Camp is sited in a prime game viewing area within the Selous Game Reserve. Selous Safari Camp previously used the site before they re-located in 1997. The site remained unused ...More about Selous Mbuyu Camp
Selous Private Camp
'Selous Private Camp' is the former name of the North Camp at Siwandu, though it is now rarely booked on an exclusive basis. The rooms at the 'Selous Private Camp' are exactly the same as those at Siwandu 'South Camp' in size and style. Elegant and spacious, they have an open-plan bedroom, leading ...More about Selous Private Camp
The Retreat is a very different style of camp to others in the Selous Game Reserve – in fact it is totally different to any other camp we have seen in Tanzania! While it is a safari camp, and so is partly focused on wildlife viewing, it puts a stronger emphasis on the spiritual aspects of its care...More about The Retreat