Lovely Bush Video

Lyndsey Fair
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August 14, 2014
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Selous Safari Company

At Selous Safari Company we get so many gorgeous guests who arrive and instantly become family.  As Marketing Manager I get the pure delight to read the reviews, feedback and receive countless photos and videos from both satisfiued agents and very happy guests, who we hope to join us again soon.

For example, a British family at Jongomero recalled their time  in Ruaha.. "Jongomero is simply a slice of heaven that we feel privileged to be given for 4 days.  Every day a new joy was given to us.  We did not have any expectations because we wanted an open mind but Jongomero is the most special place we, as a family, have ever stayed and will live long in our memory."

I also recently received this wonderful video, put together by Nuno Grilo & Ana Vilela of their stay at Jongomero and Siwandu - absolute exquisite sightings and clearly they enjoyed our laid back atmosphere in the camp with a side order of luxury!

 

 Karibu tena!  Come back and see us again soon!

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