Our Top Five Hotels & Lodges in Southern Tanzania
Please see our top five recommended hotels and lodges for Southern Tanzania below but do call our Africa travel experts in the UK on +44 1525 840 149 for personal recommendations and/or to check availability around your travel plans. And don't forget that our travel experts have travelled extensively in and around Southern Tanzania as well across the whole of East Africa. We would love to help and have price-match guarantees across all our Southern Tanzania properties.
The Top Five Travel Hotels and Lodges in Southern Tanzania
Well, what can we say? Beho Beho is certainly a camp that is in the top three in East Africa if not Africa at the moment...they have been leading the way for the last few years in the Selous. Great location, up in the Beho Beho hills, away from the relative "traffic" in the park's centre. Great...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
The first of the camps catering to the top end of the market, Siwandu Camp (formerly Selous Safari Camp) offers great value for money and is ideal for those that want this level of luxury and service but without the price tag. Comparatively, it arguably doesn't live up to the safari standards of...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
One of the newest additions to Ruaha, Kwihala Camp has, after a few years, managed to find its place. Originally sold as a high end, luxury tented camp, they asked a lot of money for a stay here, and it struggled. Today they have paired things down a little, or at least adjusted their prices to...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
Sat in the northern area of the Selous, Jabali Ridge is the latest Asilia property which opened its doors in September 2017. The lodge is at on a rocky kopje and homes 8 luxury suites, an infinity pool, a spa and plenty of places to laze around and enjoy the beauty and remoteness of Ruaha. But with...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
The grand dame of the Selous Safari circuit, along with Beho Beho, Sand Rivers Selous is the longest running safari camp and is also, still, one of the best. One of the major selling points is the location....set right on the banks of the Rufiji River, it is possible to sip a G&T looking both...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice