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Kiba Point Camp

Lodge 8.0 Rating
Price 1021 898 726 726 Closed Closed 691 1021 1021 1021 1021 691 856 USD
Jan 7.0
Feb 7.0
Mar 6.0
Apr 5.5
May 7.0
Jun 7.5
Jul 8.0
Aug 8.0
Sep 8.0
Oct 7.5
Nov 7.0
Dec 6.5
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Kiba Point Camp
is located in the Selous Game Reserve in Southern Tanzania.

It is a very high quality private lodge experience in a peaceful setting in Selous, an extremely large and important game reserve with an unusual languid atmosphere. It is an elegant and comfortable place with four guest rooms, a decent swimming pool, excellent staff and serious safari guiding. The lodge is in an unusually low traffic area of the reserve.

Activities include vehicle safari, motorboat safari, walking safari, bush meals and swimming in hot springs, all of which are carried out privately in your own vehicle and with your own dedicated guide. Wildlife viewing is particularly strong during the Jun/Nov dry season, whilst the reserve remains a beautiful place to visit during the converse Dec/Mar green season.

The main potential downsides at Kiba Point Camp are that it is relatively expensive, is arguably not as nice a location as the main camp and it has open-sided rooms which makes it quite an outdoorsy experience. The reserve can be particularly hot and humid throughout the year.


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