Beho Beho

Location: Selous & Southern Tanzania | Tanzania

Price guide: $$$$$ More than $500 per person per night

Beho Beho is a home from home. Granted most of us don’t have elephants or lions in our back garden, but the individual ‘bandas’, nestled in the middle of the African bush, offer a uniquely private and warmly welcoming safari experience. Hospitality is such that every guest feels part of a huge inclusive house party, one that is difficult to leave at the end of your stay.
Perfect forWalking with elephants in the day, and drinking champagne by night.
In the knowBeho Beho has a magical treehouse, so how about treating yourself to a night nestled high above the rustles and roars of the bush?

Recommended for...

  • Wildlife & Nature
  • Setting & Views
  • Walking & Trekking
  • Guiding

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Beho Beho is part of the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania, one of the largest protected wilderness reserves on the continent.

Rooms at Beho Beho

Accommodation is a sophisticated blend of old and new with traditional East African bandas being renovated to the highest standards of modern design. Rooms at Beho Beho are spacious and airy, with open walled verandas bringing sweeping views of the majestic Selous wilderness into the heart of the living space.

Food & Drink

The camp unites around the dining table with both guides and guests sitting down to discuss the day’s events while enjoying a hearty meal together. Dinners are treated as a kind of ‘moveable feast’ being served in a range of locations from the bush, beside the pool or in the Eagle’s Nest (a spacious dining platform).


The bar and billiards rooms often attract après safari antics, while other guests simply enjoy a late night drink on their own private veranda.

Activities at Beho Beho

It is possible to explore an array of the Selous’ most diverse ecosystems, from lush riverine forest, to miombo woodland and the waters of Lake Tagalala. Beho Beho specialises in guided walking safaris and game drives further out into the heart of the reserve, allowing you to get up close and personal with all the stunning wildlife the Selous has to offer. Boats also set off in the morning along Lake Tagalala in search of hippos, crocodiles and an amazing number of native bird species.

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Travel is possible (but it’s not the best time)

Travel is not recommended

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Hotel location

Fly to Dar es Salaam and from there you can fly to Beho Beho, which takes approximately 1 hour.

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