We have great delight in announcing that Selous Safari Company camps have topped the bill again!  TripAdvisor is a wonderful tool for past, present and future guests and to be recognised for our excellence in our regions by our fellow travellers is an accolade we strive to achieve.    

For four years in a row Siwandu, our glorious quintessential safari camp in Selous Game Reserve, has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence as has Ras Kutani, our heavenly beach retreat, which goes alongside Ras' two consecutive Traveller's Choice Awards and being consistently No 1 in our region.  Jongomero, our precious slice of wilderness and luxury on the Southern Highlands, has received its inaugural Certificate of Excellence after many years of being the No 1 property in Ruaha National Park.  We are delighted that our entire portfolio of camps has been recognised by the people who matter - our guests!

Our guest experience is of ultimate importance to us, whether that is through our wide ranging delicious menus, our warm staff service, our intuitive guiding, our stunning landscapes and wildlife, our beautifully decorated tents or all those little details that ensure each guest has a unique experience and returns home with beautiful memories and a forever Selous Safari Company family!

A HUGE thank you to all our guests who took the time to post a review, it means SO much to us and as well as TripAdvisor, please join us on Facebook and Twitter.

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