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Sitting high up on a rocky outcrop on Mikumi National Park’s Mkata floodplain, Stanley’s Kopje enjoys 360 degree views of the surrounding wilderness. Wildlife can be viewed at the nearby Mwanamboga waterhole.

Eight large tents with en suite bathrooms, solar heated showers, flushing toilets, electric lighting and shady verandahs create a true bush safari atmosphere. This is an ideal place if you are seeking a really personal experience. 

The camp closes for a short period in April during the rains, due to its location on a floodplain. However, its sister camp – Vuma Hills – remains open all year round.

Key info

This accommodation is located in:

Mikumi National Park

An extension of the Selous ecosystem, this secluded park nestles between the Uluguru and Rubeho mountains, and visitors can spend a day here without seeing another tourist vehicle. Families of yellow baboon live at the southern end, near Kiboga, and more than 300 species of birds have been recorded.

  • Where: Morogoro Region
  • Ideal for viewing: African elephant, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, spotted hyena, yellow baboon, eland
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, Birdwatching