• Welcome to Rufiji River Camp
    Welcome to Rufiji River Camp
Rufiji River Camp enjoys an enviable location high up on the banks of the Great Rufiji River.

Spectacular sunsets are chorused by hippos grunting and a plethora of bird song. Selous Game Reserve is dominated by the Great and Sprawling Rufiji River, so what better place to stay than right along the banks.

Safari & Activities

Selous is famed for it's walking and boating safaris - add on the vehicle safari and the experience is complete.

Guest Reviews

  • Great Vista of the Rufiji

    Rufiji camp is quite well run. My lovely tent was on a platform with a screen door built in. The surrounding spacious deck is set up to enjoy the view. A comfortable bed with furniture inside along with a en suite bathroom. At mealtime they took good care of me including my special food needs. The staff was hard working and friendly. I highly recommend.



  • A very "wild" experienceMy wife and I, and four friends just spent three nights at Fox's Katavi Wildlife Camp. It was great. The camp is tucked in along the side of a great plain, in which a river runs through. Each room and the main dining / congregating area looks out on the plain, which is constantly full of different wildlife. The entire area is just booming with game.... Read More


    Trip Advisor

  • Can’t recommend it highly enough - next stop was Ruaha River Lodge which maintained the standards!



  • Staff were very good and helpful, and knowledgeable when on the safariThe jeeps were the best and very comfortable. The experience was out of this world.


    via TripAdvisor

When to Visit

Selous Game Reserve is best visited between the months of June and February. The camp is seasonal and closes at the end of March through to the 1st June. The dry season is from June to end October November time and during this period the park dries up and the temperatures increase until the rains break. The rain is heavy but short lived with wonderful clear skies following a downpour. The river fills up and birdlife is supplemented by migrant species.