WHERE TO STAY IN NYERERE PARK (SELOUS)
In general, lodges offer extremely high standards of accommodation and personal service, whilst camps deliver a closer communion with the bush, although there is a significant variation, and value is defined not only by comfort and appearance but by isolation, exclusivity, community and ecological responsibility, as well as the range of activities possible and standards of guiding, cuisine and quality of service.
Most lodges have swimming pools and some also have private plunge pools or outdoor showers on their viewing decks. Dining is usually flexible, in impressive surroundings with silver service, crystal and fine linen. In the highest range of luxury accommodation, Azura Selous aspires to recreate times past with sumptuous air-conditioned villa tents hung with an overhead fan, antique furnishings and personal butler service, whilst Serena Mivumo River Lodge comprises an opulently spectacular complex of classical luxury chalets for guests on boutique trip in Africa.
Beho Beho was the first lodge built in the Selous. Family owned, it offers home-from-home relaxed comfort in stone cottages with wonderful views in the Beho Beho hills, where they catch every cooling breeze. Sand River consists of eight thatched cottages, stone-built, thatched, quiet and comfortable in an unrivalled riverside setting. Also in the “Safari Tier 1” is the very different Siwandu Safari Camp, composed of two tiny tented campgrounds in the heart of wilderness, providing ultimate seclusion and privacy for small groups to experience genuine bush living.
In the “Safari Tier 2”, Selous Impala Camp is another small tented base of less pretentious impact where the emphasis is on personal attention and flexibility in pursuit of the most cherished close to nature dreams of every AfricanMecca guest on safari in Selous. Selous Serena Camp is another fine deluxe option.
More budget-conscious visitors have the choice of no-frills tented accommodation in close contact with the free-roaming animal world as at Lake Manze Camp, Rufiji River Camp or the larger Selous Mbuyu Safari Camp with its more regimented services. Selous River Camp offers a choice of mud huts or simple backpacker tents just outside the Nyerere National Park (Selous) boundary and are deeply involved with the ethnic local community.
So the choice is yours: unadulterated natural world with casual doorstep encounters with indigenous wildlife; ecologically responsible simplicity, cultural involvement, international or ethnic cuisine, individual or standardized activities, pampered or stoic lifestyle, historical self-indulgence or ethnic simplicity, antique curlicues or clean modern lines. There is a Tanzanian dream holiday safari experience to suit every traveler.
NYERERE (SELOUS) CAMPS & LODGES
Roho ya SelousNyerere (Selous)
Mivumo River LodgeNyerere (Selous)
Beho BehoNyerere (Selous)
Kiba Point Selous LodgeNyerere (Selous)
Selous Serena CampNyerere (Selous)
Siwandu CampNyerere (Selous)
Selous Impala CampNyerere (Selous)
Sand River SelousNyerere (Selous)
Lake Manze Tented CampNyerere (Selous)
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Dear Altaf, We had a really remarkable time in Tanzania and Zanzibar. Our favorite was Mivumo River Lodge in Selous. It was truly a trip of a lifetime and we will never forget it. Thanks to everyone at AfricanMecca Safaris for making our trip so special!
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We had an absolutely unforgettable time. Both our guides were outstanding with so much knowledge. At Nyerere National Park (Selous), we found a group of wild dogs cooling off near a pool of water. The safari was everything we had hoped for.
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EAST AFRICA SAFARI BOOKING TRIP IDEA FOR NYERERE (SELOUS) IN SOUTHERN TANZANIA
When visiting Nyerere National Park (Selous), we recommend combining it with offbeat parks in Southern and Western Tanzania such as Ruaha or Katavi ending with a chimpanzee trekking safari at Gombe or Mahale.
You may optionally extend out to Northern Tanzania safari parks such as Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti (wildebeest migration). End your trip with a Swahili cultural tour and beach holiday in Zanzibar.
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GUIDE ON NYERERE PARK (SELOUS)
Selous is Tanzania's richest, yet little known and unfrequented wilderness area, where it is still possible to feel the isolation, the vastness and the splendor of authentic travel in Africa as it once was.
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SAFARI & TOUR IN NYERERE (SELOUS)
The superlative way to experience all that a Nyerere (Selous) exploratory tour offers is by a game drive through the area during the early morning or late afternoon, and combined with a walking and boating trip.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT NYERERE (SELOUS)
The best game viewing is to be had in the dry season, from late June to October, when vegetation is sparse and when thirsty ungulate herds move towards water, trailed by lions, hyenas, leopards and wild dogs.
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