Selous Impala Camp Reviews

Read what our previous clients thought of Selous Impala Camp

Client Score: 4.5
Selous Impala Camp

Mr Ray Dollard

3

standard of accommodation and food was good but our experience with guide left a sour taste. accommodation and food somewhat better than at Mdonya though drinks were much more expensive

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Selous Impala Camp

Mrs Shreelekha Patel & Family

5

Impala Camp was an experience. Great camp where staff went beyond their duties. Great little touches like providing a bird list book, safari notebook which were very handy. Loved that it was in the game reserve and a great location, on the banks of Rufiji River, so even sitting around your camp, there were wild life to see. Food was good too. Our driver, Mpogo could spot animals from miles. He was determined to show us a leopard and he indeed showed us on our last night! Barbara, the manager was very helpful. She had great repertoire with her staff.

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Selous Impala Camp

Miss Juliette Brown

5

A beautiful setting with wonderful staff! Food was excellent and safari drives were so well organised!

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Selous Impala Camp

Mr & Mrs Nurse

5

From the moment we landed in Selous, we were met with a friendly and genuine service. The drive from the airstrip to the camp was our first ever experience of safari, and we thought we saw everything. From impala and wart hogs, to hippos and crocodiles, to giraffes and water buffalo. We even saw a pack of wild dogs, and this was just the first of eight different activities over four days. The diversity of bird species was amazing, even for ourselves who previously had little interest in birds. The guide's knowledge seemed never ending and every activity was tailored to what we wanted. Most impressive was the dedicated guide for the duration of our stay and being exclusive activities at no extra cost. As for the accommodation, it certainly redefines ones expectations of 'camping'. The tents were extremely comfortable with all the mod cons you could ask for. The setting was breath taking and despite being very much in the bush, you felt safe with the on hand Masai while still exposed to the beauty and fascination of the wilderness.

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Selous Impala Camp

Andy & Lisa Brownlie

5

Impala was great, food excellent. Tent was good without the natural luxury feeling that Ras Kutani had. We had a good guide, Dennis and despite being only start of dry season we managed to see loads of elephants, endless giraffe and impala, lions (twice) hyennas with cubs, hundreds of zebra, wildebeast, buffalo, crocs, hippos. Being able to mix up the drives with walks and boats was great. Even watched 4 elephants on foot from about 5m for 15 mins with just myself and Andreas the camp manager.

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