- Game drives and walking safari excursions
- Birding in the Selous is nothing short of spectacular
- Lake Tagalala and Maji Moto hot springs visits
- Wildlife sightings from the camp are excellent
- Beautiful guest accommodation
- Wild dog, lion, leopard and elephant sightings
- Lodge type; Safari Lodge
- Location; Selous Game Reserve
- Lodge size; 8 Bandas
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Immerse Yourself In The Selous With Game Drives, Walking Safaris And Bird-Watching Tours From Beho Beho Camp
Beho Beho was the first camp to be sited in The Selous, not on the banks or the flood plains of the mighty Rufiji River, but in the cooler highlands so as to enjoy the 'cooling breezes' from which its name derives.
n incredible safari camp located in the famed Selous Game Reserve / Nyerere National Park in Tanzania. It's the perfect destination for those looking to experience a truly unique and unforgettable African safari adventure!
The camp is nestled amongst the cooler highlands of the region, giving visitors gentle breezes and breathtaking views of the savanna. Beho Beho Camp is renowned for its exceptional game drives, where you'll have the chance to see some of Africa's most majestic wildlife up close and personal. And if that wasn't enough, they also offer guided walking safaris, bird-watching tours, and visits to Lake Tagalala and the Maji Moto springs.
Moreover, Beho Beho Camp offers comfortable accommodations in eight bandas and free Wi-Fi throughout the camp. Whether you stay three nights or seven, this is a experience like no other!
Beho Beho Camp offers guests a luxurious and comfortable stay in the heart of the African bush with the Selous Game Reserve / Nyerere National Park. The camp features eight individual, very spacious Bandas, or stone-built and palm-thatched cottages.
These cosy cottages are equipped with king-sized beds, Zanzibari day beds, writing desks and other plush 'suite' furniture.
The front of each banda is open and extends onto a large verandah, affording views of the camp and surrounding wilderness.
You can secure your banda at night with tented curtains or leave it open as desired.
Each banda also comes with its own private dressing room leading into an en suite bathroom, complete with twin basins, a high flush WC and an open-air shower.
Guests can enjoy a wide variety of dining options, from formal dinners in the camp's formal dining area to outdoor feasts at different lookouts and areas around the camp.
Breakfast is served each morning, usually with a selection of warm dishes, cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruits and a brewed beverage of choice. A variety of salads, pasta, bread and meats are available for lunch.
The dinner menu is changed daily to offer seasonal specialities and international delicacies.
The camp's sommelier curates an extensive wine list featuring both local and international wines. Special tastings can be arranged to enhance the dining experience further.
Guests are invited to relax with a drink at the camp's bar, which stocks an excellent range of whiskies, cognacs and liqueurs.
The chefs also offer special outdoor meals such as bush breakfasts and picnics for those on longer safaris.
Beho Beho Camp also features its own herb and vegetable garden, providing fresh ingredients for the chef's creations.
Beho Beho Camp offers guests comfortable and luxurious amenities in the stone-built and palm-thatched central guest area.
The spacious area is open-fronted and offers guests stunning views of the surrounding bushveld scenery and teaming with wildlife.
The open-sided lounges and dining areas provide a sophisticated setting for post-safari relaxation, where guests can enjoy delicious meals prepared by experienced chefs as they overlook the roaring African bush.
The bar is stocked with a selection of premium drinks and snacks, while the 'billiards room' offers entertainment with a difference.
There is also a swimming pool and deck, allowing guests to cool off after a day spent in the heat of the savannah.
Wi-Fi and an internet connection are available in the central guest area.
Beho Beho Camp offers an incredible safari experience in this remote wilderness region of East Africa, the famed Selous Game Reserve / Nyerere National Park.
Guests can enjoy various safari activities, including game drives, walking safaris, boating excursions on Lake Tagalala and swimming in the deep natural pools at Maji Moto.
Game drives are an unforgettable part of any African safari, and at Beho Beho, this is no exception. Both morning and afternoon game drive options are available.
The safari camp also offers walking safaris for those exploring on foot.
The safari activities at Beho Beho Camp offer visitors an incredibly unique and thrilling experience, perfect for those looking to explore this remote wilderness region of southern Tanzania.
Beho Beho offers a family-friendly experience for families with children older than 12 years of age.
With activities such as game drives, walking safaris, and cultural tours, there is something for every member of the family to enjoy.
Suitable accommodation options and a variety of child-friendly meals are available.
Beho Beho Camp is the perfect place for families to bond and reconnect while learning about conservation, culture and the environment. An unforgettable experience awaits!
Beho Beho Camp offers a unique safari experience that will delight even the most discerning of travellers.
Whether you are looking for an interactive game drive, a peaceful walking safari, or just some time to relax and take in the breathtaking views from your banda's verandah, this remote wilderness region (Selous Game Reserve / Nyerere National Park) of East Africa has something for everyone!
With luxurious amenities, delicious cuisine and experienced guides who will ensure you get the best out of your stay, it is like no other place on earth.
From US$ 1 250.00 per person
Beho Beho Camp Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars
*Rates may vary according to season
- All game activities
- Airstrip transfers
- Applicable government taxes
- Service charge
- International and local flights
- Conservation and park fees
- Additional transfers
- Top shelf alcohol
- Items of a personal nature
- Travel Insurance
- Medivac Insurance
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