Welcome to Tanzania
Southern Tanzania to be Precise!
While Tanzania is a highly popular tourist destination, there is still an exciting array of diverse and pure areas to gently explore, at nature's own pace.
Southern Tanzania has a lot less camps and lodges than in the north, making it much wilder and more adventurous to navigate.
We are proud to be part of 3 exceptional areas that give you the luxury of indulging in the exquisite charm of Tanzania while avoiding the crowds. Lose yourself to feeling the bespoke exclusivity that we are known for providing.
Choose from eastern savanna settings at the northern end of the huge Selous Game reserve; Africa's largest and oldest. Or, far away parts of Ruaha National Park; described as where 2 biomes meet to offer the feeling of combined landscapes: east & south Africa. For a beach retreat to compliment your safari, there is Fanjove island which is one of the 6 small "Robinson Crusoe" islands in the Songo Songo Archipelago, rich with marine life and a gloriously showcasing conservation.
We present to you this exceptional collection of properties in the tranquil surrounds of Southern Tanzania, managed by one of the oldest and best established safari experts who have been operating in the area for 32 years!
Selous Game Reserve
A UNESCO world heritage site that is 54,600 square kilometers (bigger than Switzerland!) comprised of a vast wilderness with forests, grassy plains, mountains and open woodlands.
Selous Game reserve is twice the size of Serengeti National Park in Kenya and three times Kruger National Park in South Africa.
And we know the perfect game viewing spots in the north of the reserve that are lost within it's expansiveness, on the shores of lake Nserakera.
Selous boast many primates: vervets, baboons, Sykes Monkey and Colobus.
Larger game: 15,501 Elephants, 145,000 buffalos, 4,000 Lions, 100,000 wildebeests, large hands of giraffes, 35000 zebras, 40000 hippos, 250,000 impalas, large numbers of Lichtenstein’s hartebeests, waterbucks, elands and bushbucks, in addition to leopards, crocodiles and hyenas. hard to find puku antelopes, African wild dogs and sable antelope.
Selous Game Reserve is also home to over 445 different birds species.
Ruaha National Park
Ruaha National Park is 20,226 km2 (7,809 sq mi), making it the largest protected area in Tanzania and East Africa.
Ruaha is part of an extensive ecosystem, including Rungwa Game Reserve, Usangu Game Reserve, and several other protected areas.
The name of the park is derived from the Great Ruaha River, which brings superb game viewing.
There is a bimodal pattern of rain forest; the short rainfall season begins November to February, while the long season is between March and April. The park experiences its dry season between June and October.
We offer idyllic exclusivity to explore these varying landscapes, 60 kms away from all other camps.
Ruaha National Park is a paradise for birds, with more than 571 species, some are known to be migrants from within and outside Africa.
Elephants are another of Ruaha's highlights, where it is believed to have the highest concentration of them than any National Park in East Africa. It is also a place where, magnificent mammals like Kudu, Sable and Roan antelopes can easily be spotted in Miombo woodland. Other animals in the park include lions, leopards, cheetah, giraffes, zebras, elands, impala, bat eared foxes and Jackals, and wild dogs.
Apart from large animals, the park also harbours a number of reptiles and amphibians such as crocodiles, poisonous and non-poisonous snakes, monitor lizards, agama lizards and frogs
Songo Songo Archipelago
Accessible by air in 1 hour from Dar es Salaam. Songo Songo Archipelago has one main island ( Songo Songo Island) that is home to just 3,500 locals, and 6 small, uninhabited, islands. Coconut palms, low shrub vegetation, lots of birds, and palm-fringed, powder-white sands; azure, shimmering waters, This archipelago is in true Robinson Crusoe style!
45 minute sailing from Songo Songo main island brings you to our perfectly secluded private island, Fanjove. No inhabitants, just 6 guest beach houses, nature, and ocean.
The Songo Songo archipelago is an ecologically important area for nesting sea turtles and marine birds. Surrounding waters host an impressive collection of hard and soft corals. The archipelago, together with the nearby Rufiji River delta, the Mafia archipelago and the coastline around Kilwa Masoko have been declared a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention.
Here you will also find alarmingly huge Coconut crabs.
Destinations in Tanzania
Bush & Beach Safaris are the Perfect Combination of Adventures & "You Time"