Selous Wilderness Camp

Tanzania

Name: Mr. Graham Digby

Date of trip: 03/08/2019

Number of people: 2

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You were honest in your description of the resort and yes rustic but was what we wanted. It is a little tired and needing attention and I understand that some refurbishment will be undertaken now during the rainy season. The resort was still very clean and comfortable. We loved the people , the service, the food and ambience. Whats not to love.... only the ants that try to bite you but we learned to avoid :)

Name: Mr. John Chalmers

Date of trip: 22/02/2019

Number of people: 2

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We were lucky enough to have the camp to ourselves. All the staff looked after us tremendously well, and took a shine to the boys (13 and 11). Knowledgeable and friendly, Anton looked after us on our safaris, bush walk and excursion to Mlokwa village. Always welcoming and friendly, Gustavo and Sifuni served all our food and drinks; we never met the two chefs but their food was plentiful and delicious. The boatman and the askaris were equally friendly. We slept well in the attractive safari-style tent bedroom, and enjoyed listening to the noisy bushbabies above us and hippo in the river. The only downside for the boys was that the pool was out of action, after recent flooding. The approach to the camp (via the river) on the makeshift 'bridge' was interesting - it took some concentration but we didn't fall in! There wasn't always enough water for the 4 of us to shower but it didn't detract from the holiday.

Name: J Nash

Date of trip: 26/07/2017

Number of people: 2

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Client Rating for Tanzania 5/5 from 217 reviews

We were lucky enough to have the camp to ourselves. All the staff looked after us tremendously well, and took a shine to the boys (13 and 11). Knowledgeable and friendly, Anton looked after us on our safaris, bush walk and excursion to Mlokwa village. Always welcoming and friendly, Gustavo and Sifuni served all our food and drinks; we never met the two chefs but their food was plentiful and delicious. The boatman and the askaris were equally friendly. We slept well in the attractive safari-style tent bedroom, and enjoyed listening to the noisy bushbabies above us and hippo in the river. The only downside for the boys was that the pool was out of action, after recent flooding. The approach to the camp (via the river) on the makeshift 'bridge' was interesting - it took some concentration but we didn't fall in! There wasn't always enough water for the 4 of us to shower but it didn't detract from the holiday.

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