- Open-sided tented suites without over the wildlife area
- Swimming pool and those stunning outdoor showers
- Walking safaris, game drives and game viewing
- Fishing (tiger fish) on the Rufiji River :)
- The Selous family tent and family-friendly
- Wildlife and birdlife photography
- Wild dog, leopard and lion sightings
- Lodge type; Tented Safari Camp
- Location; Selous Game Reserve
- Lodge size; 8 Safari Tented
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Escape To The Heart Of The Selous Game Reserve And Experience The Luxury Of The Roho ya Selous
A luxurious tented safari camp located on a small peninsula overlooking Lake Nzerakera and the Rufiji River in the heart of the renowned Selous Game Reserve / Nyerere National Park in Tanzania.
Guests can expect to find eight open-sided tented suites, which are beautifully appointed and offer stunning views of the lake and surrounding savannah. Each suite is fitted with a comfortable king-sized bed, en suite bathroom, fan, and outdoor seating area.
Onsite facilities include an inviting swimming pool with views of the lake, an outdoor dining area, an indoor lounge and dining area, and a boma for those evenings around an open fire.
With its open-sided tented suites, swimming pool, outdoor showers, walking safaris and fishing opportunities – this camp has something to offer everyone!
At Roho ya Selous, you can be assured of a luxurious safari experience in one of Africa's most spectacular game reserves.
Roho ya Selous offers up eight stylish and spacious tented suites tucked away in the surrounding tree line for ultimate privacy. Of the eight suites, there is one family suite option with twin interleading en-suite bedrooms for those with young children.
All suites offer en-suite bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers and the usual hand basins and flushing toilets.
Rooms are large in size with twin or king-size bed configurations, all draped in mosquito netting. An overhead fan keeps the heat away on those warm summer evenings.
Roho ya Selous offers its guests some of the region's best African cuisine and wine. All meals are carefully prepared with fresh ingredients and local flavours, creating an unforgettable gastronomic experience.
Breakfast consists of a variety of cereals, fruits, yoghurts and a full-cooked option such as eggs or porridge. Lunch is a light buffet with lots of salads and vegetables. Dinner is a three-course affair, with the highlight being cooked out in the open under the African stars.
Numerous dining areas are available, including both indoor and outdoor options.
For those looking for something even more special, private dinners can be arranged on request.
The wine list at Roho ya Selous is extensive and includes some of the best local and international labels. With both white and red wines, there's something for everyone.
Most dietary requirements can be accommodated with advance notice.
Roho ya Selous Camp is an intimate and cosy safari retreat tucked in the heart of Tanzania. It offers visitors a unique opportunity to reconnect with nature and explore the wild's beauty without sacrificing comfort. Guests are welcomed into a central guest area that is shaded by a canopy of trees, providing a stunning view of the surrounding bushveld.
Wi-Fi and an internet connection are also available so visitors can stay connected while savouring the natural beauty of their surroundings. In addition, the camp features an inviting swimming pool where visitors can take a refreshing dip after a long day of exploring.
At Roho ya Selous, guests can enjoy the beauty of nature while still having access to all the luxuries they need for an enjoyable stay. From being surrounded by wild animals and lush vegetation to taking advantage of the camp's facilities, it's no wonder that this safari retreat is a favourite destination for many travellers.
Roho ya Selous Camp is an idyllic safari destination located in the heart of the Selous Game Reserve / Nyerere National Park, one of Africa's largest protected wildlife areas. It is a perfect spot to discover the great African wilderness and experience an authentic safari adventure.
Early morning and late afternoon game drives are part and parcel of your safari experience when visiting the Selous Game Reserve. Other safari activities include; walking safaris, boat safaris, and fishing, and for those who are interested in photography, there is a specialised photographic vehicle available at an additional cost.
A private safari vehicle and boating experience can be booked at an additional cost should you want a more personalised experience.
Roho ya Selous welcomes families with children over five years of age. Special children's menus can be arranged to suit all tastes, be it breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
A family suite is available with an enclosed and connected en-suite children’s room; this family suite is ideal for those with younger children in tow.
Activities include games drives and boating safaris, although, on walking safaris, children must be 16 years and older due to the pure nature of the experience.
Private boat excursions and safari vehicles are available for families on request and come with an additional cost.
If you are looking for a fantastic safari experience in East Africa, look no further than Roho ya Selous.
This luxurious camp offers everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable stay, from spacious rooms to delicious food and wine. Plus, the camp is located in the heart of Tanzania's Selous Game Reserve / Nyerere National Park, home to some of Africa's most spectacular wildlife.
Activities available at the camp include game drives, walking safaris, boat safaris, and fishing.
A intimate and cosy safari retreat tucked in the heart of Tanzania that offers guests a unique opportunity to reconnect with nature without sacrificing comfort.
From US$ 834.00 per person
Roho ya Selous Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars
*Rates may vary according to season
- Full board accommodation
- All house drinks (except champagne)
- Game drives, guided walks, boating safaris, fishing
- Transfers to/from Mbuyu and Siwandu airstrips and to/from Roho ya Selous
- Limited laundry service
- Park fees, concession fees and other fees
- Fly camping
- Additional transfers
- Flying doctors/medical evacuation insurance
- All flights & airport taxes
- Items of personal nature
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