Jabali Ridge is located on a rocky outcrop, providing an excellent vantage point for overlooking palms and baobabs rising from the African landscape in the Ruaha National Park and across to the Mwagusi River. The park has multiple ecosystems, is one of the largest conservation areas for wildlife, and is home to a broad range of species. Big cat enthusiasts will be in their element, as a tenth of the planet's lion population command these areas, with prides consisting of twenty or more members; an exceptional African safari experience.
Camouflaged within the boulders surrounding the camp are eight suites with en suite bathrooms and Jabali private house; both designed with a chic flare, neutral tones and to provide endless views from their private decks and king sized beds. The refreshing infinity pool is an ideal place to relax between game drives while the spa treatments will help you revive and refresh yourselves after a game walk through the bush.
Delicious breakfasts include freshly baked breads while gourmet-style dinners are a three-course affair served under the night sky.
Jabali Ridge is a romantic setting, a wonderful location for honeymooners; children above five years old are welcome, however there are no family suites available, so the camp is not specifically recommended for them.
- Wildlife enthusiasts.
- Photography fanatics.
- Big cat lovers.
THINGS TO DO AT THE CAMP:
- Relax in the infinity pool and admire the views.
- Unwind and rejuvenate in the Spa.
- Enjoy delicious food at various locations around camp, including a bush picnic breakfast during a morning game drive, or return to camp for a cooked brunch; even gaze at the stars during dinner whilst you revel in a three-course meal outside.
- Sit on your private deck and stare at the endless views with a refreshing drink in hand.
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
- Go with highly qualified guides on walking safaris and use your 'eagle eyes' to spot wildlife.
- Head out on a game drive in open-sided six-seater vehicles (twice a day).
- Venture out on a night drive to see the bush life come alive with nocturnal animals and predators out hunting.