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Price: USD 450+ per person sharing per night

Selous Impala Camp Highlights

The camp overlooks the rippling Rufiji River, sheltering under Borassus palms and Tamarind trees, providing superb comfort, wonderful wildlife viewing and dining under the stars. Impala Camp is one of the smallest in the Selous, with only 8 tents, discreetly spaced apart. They are well camouflaged and overlook the river, which offers nearby game viewing opportunities. Hippo and elephant often wander up to the lodge, creating a real feeling of being on safari.

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  • The lounge and dining area sit on spacious wooden decking with spectacular views across the river, making it a wonderful place to watch game come to the water to drink.
  • At the back of each tent, kikoi-style curtains separate a spacious en-suite bathroom with concealed hot-shower feature.
  • Activities include game drives in open-sided 4WDs, boat safaris along the Rufiji River and on the nearby lakes, and walking safaris.

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USD 450+ per person sharing per night

Selous Impala Camp Game Viewing and Activities

Selous Game Reserve is one of Africa's true hidden gems and one of the wildest conservation areas consisting of an unbelievable 55,000 sq km. The Rufiji River is the largest river in East Africa and offers an abundance of wildlife and is home to over 1,000,000 large animals and over half of Tanzania's elephant population. One of the main attractions is the river itself offering one of the largest crocodile and hippo populations in Africa and an abundance of fish and some of the best water birding in the world.

Located on the banks of the Rufiji between Lakes Mzizimia and Siwandu, guests get a chance to see lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, giraffe, warthog, kudu and impala.
Game drives, walking and boat safaris are included in the excursions offered as part of the daily activities, giving guests a trio of ultimate safari experiences.

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