Selous Impala Camp

Tanzania

  • Lovely location overlooking the Rufiji River 
  • Mix of game drives, boat safaris and walks
  • Freshly baled bread each morning 
  • Enjoy sundowners round the campfire

Open: Year round, except during the rains from around late March to 1st June. 

Location: Set in the heart of the Selous Game Reserve overlooking the Rufiji River. It is between lakes Mzizimia and Siwandu. Mtemere airstrip is about a 45 minute drive from camp. 

Rooms: 8 luxury, spacious tents raised on wooden decks, including a family tent with 2 bedrooms. The rooms can be configured as twins or doubles. They all overlook the river. All rooms are en-suite, with full running water and 24-hour power. There are fans to keep the rooms cool. Charging points are provided. Outside each room is a veranda with chairs and a table. 

Activities: Daily game drives, guided walking safaris and boating safaris, and fishing on the Rufiji River. This is an incredibly rich wildlife area, and whether you’re game viewing on land or on one of the many rivers and lagoons, you should have a really rewarding wildlife experience. Fly camping is available at extra cost. 

Facilities: The main lodge is a large open area housing the dining room, the lounge with comfortable chairs, a well-stocked bar and surrounding verandas for enjoying the spectacular views. There is a swimming pool set to the side of the dining area. 

Dining: Meals can be served in the dining area, on the veranda under the stars, by the campfire or in the bush (on request). 

Children: The camp accepts children 7 years of age and over. As the camp is unfenced, children need to be supervised at all times. 

Health: This is a malarial area.  

Communication: There is limited mobile reception, no direct ‘phone or fax and no internet.

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Client Rating for Tanzania 5/5 from 217 reviews

The camp was fantastic on pretty much all fronts. My one disappointment was the food. Not that it wasn,t good but i would have liked to have had the opportunity too eat local food and try local recipies. I know they have to appeal to the masses but for me it was a wasted opportunity.

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