Why we like it
- The first ever camp in the Selous, located in the cooler highlands
- Stay in one of eight individual bandas – a stone style cottage
- Small and intimate camp
- Excellent guides will bring this magical park to life through game drives, walking safaris and boat trips on Lake Tagalala
- Incredible views over the Kipalala Valley from the swimming pool
About Beho Beho
In its privileged location, this is one of the most magical places it's possible to visit in East Africa. Set in the cooler highlands of the Selous Game Reserve, Beho Beho offers the aficionado the true essence of a safari refuge. From this luxurious base camp, you can explore on foot, by boat or in open safari cruiser the untold splendours of one of the world's largest game preserves. Eight stone-built, palm-thatched en suite cottages with open-sided lounges and dining areas allow panoramic views over the Rufiji River flood plain. Designed for comfort, this sophisticated setting for post-safari pampering includes a cocktail bar, billiards room and swimming pool.
Beho Beho is closed from 21st March to 1st June each year due to the rainy season.