Shaded by trees, in the Southern end of the Ruaha National Park, Jongomero is set on the banks of the Jongomero sand river, a meandering pathway in which an abundance of wildlife roam as they go in search for a water source. The nearest camp is 70 kilometres away, thus creating a secluded setting for truly intimate game viewing in the wildest of environments, forming a most memorable African safari experience. The park boasts the vastest population of elephant in all African reserves and a broad range of bird species - 570; the ultimate bird watchers paradise.
Eight spacious, thatched roofed, luxurious tented suites are constructed on wooden platforms, elevated to provide spectacular views over the sandy riverbed below. A large verandah and an emperor size bed provide the perfect, private setting to relax and enjoy the sight of wildlife wondering past.
Salvaged dhow wood has been assembled to form the main camp area, including a bar, sitting area and restaurant. Dining is an exciting combination of a la carte, elegant buffets, campfire cooking, al fresco dining under the night sky and safari picnics.