Impala Camp overlooks the Rufiji River, sheltering under Borassus palms and Tamarind trees.
The camp is one of the smallest in the Selous with only 8 tents, discreetly spaced apart. They are well camouflaged and overlook the river or a lagoon. The tents are set on high wooden decking with magnificent views of the river and of the forest beyond,
blending into their surroundings so that animals wander freely through the camp. Each tent has a spacious veranda with chairs and table. The tents are Meru-style green canvas and have double ceilings for coolness and double zipped doors.
In the dry season guests can go on full day or half day game drives. The full day activity usually starts after breakfast at the camp and includes a bush lunch. Guests can enjoy a long drive in the wilderness coming back to the camp at sunset.
The camp's experienced guides can take you out to discover the secrets which lie in the waters of the Rufiji River. Boat safaris can be organised in the morning or in the afternoon. It is a unique experience to see the wildlife from a different point of view. Hippos and crocodiles, together with the hundreds of different species of colourful birds, will escort you while you glide along the river or the lakes that form this incredible ecosystem.