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Selous Getaway

Stay at Selous Serena Camp from US$ 1,600.00 per person.

Offer includes:-

  • Two nights’ accommodation
  • Return flights from Dar es Salaam
  • Stieglers airstrip transfers to and from the camp
  • Game drives, Boat excursion, guided game walks, sundowner outings ,tea/coffees, soft drinks, selection of fine wines, beers, spirits and laundry
  • Park entrance fees
  • All government taxes

*Stay 3 Consecutive nights and get the 4th night accommodation absolutely Free!  

*Enjoy Special Accommodation rates at Dar es Salaam Serena Hotel if you book the above package!!

*Validity - till 30th June 2018


Holiday of a lifetime

We visited this camp last year, I'm looking through our incredible photographs, and realised I never remembered to leave a review! We travelled as a family of 4, and can honestly say it was the best holiday of our lives. I cannot think of one fault to mention, from the moment we arrived to the moment…

LillyK1, LillyK1 28 September, 2017

A lovely little piece of African Hospitality

Out in a peaceful setting somewhere in Tanzania is Selous, an untamed wildlife sanctuary where tourists go when they want guaranteed chances of encountering Africa's most admired animals, especially the Big Five. It comes across as the continent's biggest game reserve, but that's not exactly why I can’t…

oleny10, Kampala, Uganda oleny10Kampala, Uganda 18 July, 2017

Big, Bigger, Selous ... that sums it up for me!

I made good of my promised to myself to return to the Selous and revisit the Serena Selous Camp - but made the same mistake again to just stay one night, which does not do justice to the staff, the services offered and the location. Unlike during my first visit was the river on which the camp is located…

Safariafficionado, Kampala, Uganda SafariafficionadoKampala, Uganda 07 July, 2017

Perfect start to our honeymoon

Rachel and I had an incredible 4 days at Selous Serena Camp. The service was outstanding. Our guide Saidi was excellent and very knowledgeable - we saw a fantastic range of animals and were lucky enough to see wild dogs. We particularly enjoyed the bush breakfast which was an incredible experience.…

TimoMcH, TimoMcH 17 December, 2016