Beho Beho, one of the first camps in the Selous, is located on the lower slopes of Namikwera Hill overlooking Kipalala Hill and the Rufiji river flood plains. The 8 spacious, stone and thatch bandas allow in plenty of natural light and breezes.
Each banda is en-suite is comfortably furnished with king-size beds, Zanzibar daybeds and outdoor showers. In addition to game drives, walking and boating on Lake Tagalala, one can swim in the nearby deep natural pools of the hot springs.
One of the first camps in the Selous
Beho Beho offers a private safari in a remote area with spectacular views. The fact that the Selous has the river and lakes as focal points mean there is a great variety of animals to see, including Lions, Elephants, Hyeana, Giraffe and lots of Hippo’s.