Basic Information

The Camp and Facilities

A new camp was established in 2015 on the banks of the Kilombero River in a remote area in the Selous Game Reserve.

The views from camp cannot be described and words like magic, majestic, marvellous and superb can never do justice to the beauty of the setting. Vegetation constitutes large trees in the riverine forest and occasional baobab trees enhance the landscape.

Living quarters consist of 4 large safari tents with en-suite ablution facilities sporting both hot and cold water. Meals are provided in a thatch-roofed dining area facing the Kilombero River.

Well trained Staff are dedicated to make your visit unforgettable. Washing is done on a daily basis.

An able Chef is responsible for a range of excellent cuisine including dinner and breakfast with a packed lunch for consumption either in camp or in some scenic area along the river.

Cold beers abound in camp and form a barrier against dehydration, especially in the late afternoons.

Daily Schedule

Five and a half days will be dedicated to fishing. Many different fishing localities will be visited, be sure to bring the correct fishing tackle (inquire with company prior departure, please visit T’s & C’s on website or inquire via email).

Some fishing will be conducted from the river banks while rapids will also provide exciting angling.

Boats (aluminium boats for the larger areas of the river and large inflatable’s for the rapids) are available to navigate across the river and to visit some exotic fishing localities.

You will be accompanied by experienced guides to assist when needed. Tiger fish can be photographed and will then be released to ensure a healthy population of large tigers.

Large vundu and rhino fish are also released and vundu of more than 80 pounds has been caught.

The fishing localities are rotated regularly to ensure the survival and and prevent over fishing of all fish species.