The SELOUS MBEGA CAMP is set up with twelve safari tents as well as a stone house with two rooms, that are all set up along
the mighty Rufiji River. Just 500 metres away from the border of the Selous Game Reserve, in its own private 60 ha riverine forest reserve.
A green ceiling of tree branches and leaves, providing almost always shade throughout the day, covers the camp area. These
trees are sometimes visited by a variety of monkeys, including the Angolan Black & White Colobus monkey, known in Kiswaheli as Mbega mweupe, or Mbega, to which the camp owes its name.
The Restaurant and Bar are situated under a palm leave thatched roof around a Mahogany tree, facing the Rufiji River.
The kitchen provides a variety of different cuisines or so called "Bush Recipes"