Set in the vast, 22,000 square mile Selous Game Reserve in Southern Tanzania, home to the largest concentration of the planet's wildest game, including the endangered wild dog and black rhino, is Sand Rivers Selous featuring eight open lodges, moored on the banks of the Rufiji river, which allow clients senses to run wild with the sights and sounds of the African surroundings.
The game viewing opportunities are exceptional and unique with less than 5,000 visitors a year to the reserve. Clients can tailor their safari agenda to suit them; a highlight being to venture out on a walking safari and feel more at one with nature as you roam through the savannah and listen the sounds of the bush.
There are five en suite riverside rooms with panoramic views over the whirling river and three hillside suites with adjoining sitting and living areas, a surrounding decking and a private plunge pool; both built using local stone with sandy tones and ebony wood, creating a rustic feel to the camp which is well suited to the surroundings. Enjoy breakfast out in the bush or at the lodge, while dinner is served in the dining room - on a large tree trunk that has been converted into a long dining table - and is the focus for lively conversation at night.