Intelligently designed, nurturing, light of foot and at one with the wild.

Our camp is a little gem. Full of heart and soul, and  tucked into a grove of secluded riverside bush, it is so much at one with the wild that animals hardly look up as they do their thing around us. 

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Entamanu Ngorongoro: The only place where you can watch the sun rise over the Crater, and set over the Serengeti.

Entamanu Ngorongoro, the newest addition to our family, sits on an extraordinary site in the sharp air of the Ngorongoro Highlands, perched  on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater.  

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A family safari is an opportunity to spend quality time together creating memoriesthat last a lifetime.

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"Katavi is truly a place off the map".

If you're seeking an adventure far from the madding crowds and want to feel true wilderness, this is where you go.

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Elephant dung on the paths between the tents

As you walk around the camp, you are constantly surprised by new views of baobab groves glowing in the sun.

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A unique kind of freedom exists in our remote part of the Selous

We can explore in open vehicles, on foot or by boat. Our camp is located far from the busy area which means we don't have to share.

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Sand Rivers Selous

Three of Tanzania's wildest places in one magnificent safari.

From the  varied floodplains of Katavi to the giant baobab forests of Ruaha, finishing with the remote freedom of the Selous, a wild adventure awaits!

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The ultimate wild safari

Nomad Tanzania is one of East Africa's original safari companies.

For the past 20 years we've pioneered, owned and operated our outstanding small safari camps in three of the remotest corners of Tanzania.  If you are looking for superb locations, exceptional guiding and the essence of safari, get in touch.

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Featured Safari:

South Tanzania: A week in Southern Tanzania - Ruaha and Selous

Starts/ends in Dar es Salaam

3 nights Kigelia Ruaha

4 nights Sand Rivers Selous

From a tented camp in the richest wildlife area of Ruaha to a relaxing lodge on the Selous' Rufiji River where you can explore on foot, by boat and in vehicles (and ...

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Day 1. Dar to Ruaha

Morning flight from Dar es Salam to Msembe Airstrip in Ruaha Nationa Park. Here you will be met and driven to camp, arriving in time for a delicious lunch in camp.

After lunch, refresh and unpack before heading out on an afternoon game drive – a taster of what will be an action packed three days in this stunning park. Return to camp for hot showers, drinks around the campfire, and three course dinner.

Day 1.

Day 2. Kigelia Ruaha

Explore the rich offerings of Ruaha – morning and afternoon game drives will be an adventure; while the comforts of camp provide the perfect backdrop to recount and savor the day’s wildlife encounters.

Day 2.

Day 3. Kigelia Ruaha

Terrain and wildlife in Ruaha is varied and dramatic. Open plains are filled with baobab and iconic purple-tinged hills provide the backdrop to this beautiful scenery. Riverine bush and dry river beds can prove the hideout for kudu and elephant while huge herds of buffalo and scores of giraffe are never far away. Big cats are also a-plenty – Ruaha is never short on excitement; and when the big game gets too much, the prolific birdlife here will ...

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Day 4. Ruaha to Selous

After breakfast in camp, say goodbye to Kigelia, and head back to Msembe Airstrip to take a flight to the Selous. On landing at Kiba Airstrip, another warm welcome and short drive to camp will see you at Sand Rivers Selous for lunch while enjoying the spectacular river view.

If you can tear yourself away from the river, head to your beautiful riverfront room to relax through the heat of the day, gathering back in the mess for tea at cake as the ...

Day 4.

Day 5. Sand Rivers Selous

This morning you’ll have breakfast in camp before heading out on a full day’s game drive which will give you chance to really explore the varied game viewing this area of the Selous has to offer. You might start by following the Rufiji River or heading out onto more open plains… spotting some fresh tracks will lead to a foray on foot to explore further. At lunchtime you’ll arrive at the hot springs – a refreshing dip in these natural plunge ...

Day 5.

Day 6. Sand Rivers Selous

Make the most of all that's on offer here today.  Back on the water for an early morning boat trip where you'll find a sandbar in the scenic Stiegler's Gorge to have a picnic breakfast and stick a rod in the water.  After lunch back at camp and little relax, you’ll meet for tea and then set out on foot, ultimately arriving a stunning lakeside site spend the night fly-camping (optional at additional cost). Iced sundowners and a roaring camp fire ...

Day 6.

Day 7. Sand Rivers Selous

Wake up in your netting tent for a delicious camp-cooked breakfast (if you're flycamping) or in your open-fronted room if at the lodge.  Set out for a morning game drive to explore the wildlife and birds of Lake Tagalala and the surrounding areas.  Lunch back at camp and a game drive to a sundowner spot in the afternoon.  We enjoy the fact that we'll generally be the only vehicle roaming around.

Day 7.

Day 8. Selous to Dar

A leisurely start this morning with a cup of tea as the sun comes up, followed by breakfast with a view of the mile-wide Rufiji River.  A short game drive will find you at the airstrip where you'll board your flight to Dar es Salaam.  And that's the end of the safari – in Dar es Salaam you can either connect to onward international flights or take some beach time on the island of Zanzibar.

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