Overlooking a well-frequented waterhole near the Mwagusi Sand River, this small camp offers an old-style African safari experience.
The 14 tents are furnished with high-density mattresses, dressing table, wardrobe, luggage racks and safari chairs – all built in traditional style, with lots of intriguing drift wood. Solar power and a number of hurricane lamps provide lighting. Each tent sits under a roof of makuti thatch with a large covered verandah with a table and armchairs made from local materials; the en suite bathroom boasts a flushing toilet and hot shower.
You can see fabulous game from the seclusion of your verandah, there is a full programme of game drives and walks in the surrounding area. Open-sided four-wheel-drive vehicles equipped with awnings to provide shade while tou are out game viewing, carry reference books, beanbags for photography, a medical kit and radio. The main attractions here are walking safaris, accompanied by an experienced guide, or game viewing by vehicle without the disturbance of lots of other vehicles.
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Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s wildest, and due to its remote location and previous inaccessibility has remained unchanged for centuries. Bordered by the rapids of Great Ruaha and Mzombe Rivers, a vast expanse of wilderness, dotted with fig trees and baobabs, stretches to the hazy blue southern highlands.