Situated in the cooler highlands of the renowned Selous Game Reserve is Beho Beho — an intimate wilderness retreat that offers its guests exceptional wildlife encounters through a variety of safari adventures.
Open-air bandas boast a comfortable bed, Zanzibari day-bed and ceiling fans. The front of the banda opens onto a lovely veranda and can be secured for the evening with ‘tented curtains’. A lovely ensuite bathroom offers ‘his and hers’ basins and an al fresco shower. Dining is a sumptuous affair at Beho Beho. Guests can tuck into wholesome meals, which are not confined to the main dining area of the camp.
A sparkling swimming pool and an inviting bar area with a billiards table add to guest delight. Bush dining, picnics or private dining in the Eagle’s Nest can be arranged. Adventures include game drives, walking safaris (with walks to the hot springs of Maji Moto) and boating safaris on Lake Tagalala.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Spend a morning exploring Lake Tagalala by boat, followed by a scrumptious breakfast under a shady tree — ask your hosts to take you to the nearby hot springs after breakfast.
- Order your favourite sundowner accompanied by a game of billiards before dinner.
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