Jongomero is a wonderful camp. Flawless services, tasty food and friendly staff. If, however, you are interested in seeing many animals and see them in action, Ruaha is not the place to go. (I went to Ruaha after having visited Lake Manyara, Norongoro, Serengeti and Selous---in any of those places, you're more likely to see animals). But, as far as the camp is concerned, it was top rate. Highly recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For anyone seeking a true African wilderness experience, a visit to Ruaha National Park is essential. One of Tanzania's wildest parks, Ruaha can only be described as a true unspoiled natural wilderness. Superbly isolated right in the heart of the Ruaha National Park lies Jongomero on the banks of a seasonal sand river which bears the same name. Blending in beautifully with its surroundings the camp is tucked away among some shady riverine vegetation not far from permanent water therefore attracting a large amount of animals into the camp area. Being the only camp situated in this area of the park ensures unmatched privacy and a true wilderness experience. The camp is made up of 8 stunning suites, spaced out along the Jongomero sandriver. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Jongomero Camp Hotel Ruaha National Park