Yesterday we had our first tropical storm for the year and although we had to scramble to get the boats secure, drop all weather screens and hang on to the table cloths and cutlery, it also gave us the inspiration that only the rains can bring after the long dry season and when it eventually cleared and the birds starting singing and a bit of sunshine peaked through the heavy dark clouds, we found a beautiful little baby terrapin at the reception, who was on its way to the lake. I just love Africa!
There are few experiences that will ignite your senses like fly camping in one of Africa’s most remote wildlife-rich wilderness areas. The Ruaha National Park on the Southern Safari circuit of Tanzania with its majestic baobab trees, the Great Ruaha River and untouched landscape provides the perfect, pristine setting for a fly camping and walking safari adrenaline-fuelled adventure.Continue reading
Selous Safari Camps in the South of Tanzania, Siwandu and Jongomero, have passed through the rigorous carbon footprint calculator of Carbonscored. Both camps received a healthy score, well below the industry average. This is great news for guests in-the-know who are conscious about their carbon footprint on holiday.Continue reading
It’s hard to believe we are already well into 2022! We are thrilled to share a glimpse of the progress we have made in our camps and of the great things to come. This coming rainy season we will be using every opportunity to complete our extensive refurbishment upgrades and prepare for a brand new safari season when we reopen in June.Continue reading