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Selous Serena Camp

  • Located in Tanzania's Nyerere National Park
  • Boutique luxury tented camp
  • 12 guest tents with superb en suite bathrooms
  • Game drives, walking and boating safaris
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"I usually avoid the Serena hotel chain, especially their small properties, but this camp is worth a look for price alone. Seriously good value in my opinion... but questionable guiding."


Selous Serena Camp is owned and operated by the Serena hotel group and sits by the Zema River, deep amongst the wilderness, with wonderful views of the surrounding bush.


It lies in Nyerere National Park (formerly Selous), a World Heritage Site, which is home to the Big Five and the largest concentrations of elephants in the world.


The main area consists of a lounge, dining room, library, and bar, all interconnected by wooden walkways. A spectacular infinity swimming pool and sundeck is positioned high above the lodge.

The 12 guest tents are set widely apart and have canvas walls, thatch roofs, elegant Victorian-style bathrooms, and private viewing decks. They are luxuriously furnished with rosewood furniture, crystal chandeliers, and opulent rugs.


  • Activities include game drives, walking, and motorboat safari, sundowner cruises, bird-watching, bush and sandbank picnics.
  • Although this camp is extremely comfortable and the staff are both efficient and friendly, the prime game-viewing areas are an hour's drive away.

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