Beho Beho is the oldest safari camp in southern Tanzania’s Nyerere National Park (formerly Selous Game Reserve), part of the largest protected area in Africa. The camp has a wonderfully remote elevated setting on a hillside, overlooking a stunning valley dotted with riverine woodland and wildlife, and far-reaching views of the hills beyond.
Accommodation & Facilities
The eight spacious chalets are beautifully decorated and open-fronted to give the best possible view across the valley. The en-suite bathrooms are large and incorporate an outdoor shower, and there is a private plunge pool on the verandah. The main building has dining room, lounge and bar with a number of comfortable sitting areas, a small library of reference books and a full size snooker table. There is also a lovely infinity swimming pool with a decked area where guests can relax on the sun loungers while enjoying the stunning views. Beho Beho also has a private house called Bailey’s Banda. For guests wanting total privacy this is the perfect choice; it boasts a private plunge pool, two spacious en-suite bedrooms, a sitting room and dining area and comes with its own private chef and safari vehicle.
Wildlife & Activities
Wildlife viewing at Beho Beho is by vehicle or on foot. The wildlife viewing in the area is good with regular predator sightings in addition to typical African wildlife such as giraffe, elephant and zebra. Guests may even be lucky enough to see wild dog. Also on offer is the opportunity to spend a night sleeping out under the stars in The Treehouse, boat trips on Lake Tagalala and swimming at the nearby hot springs.