The Selous is Africa’s largest Game Reserve and Beho Beho has a prime location at the heart of the wildlife action. As a result, it’s not uncommon for an array of animals to roam through the camp while you're enjoying lunch or relaxing by the pool. Taking you directly into the breathtaking bush, early morning and late afternoon safaris are conducted in open-sided vehicles, on foot, or by boat on Lake Tagalala. The wildlife in the Selous is truly prolific, with vast herds of elephants and lakes brimming with hippos. Go in search of lion, leopard, hyena and wild dog, or spot some of the 440 bird species that have been recorded in the area. On a walking safari from Beho Beho, as well as looking for wildlife, you can visit fascinating WWI trenches and the grave of Frederick Courtney Selous, after whom the reserve is named.
Guests who stay a minimum of four nights at Beho Beho have the opportunity to experience something quite magical; an overnight stay in the charming treehouse. Escorted by a guide, you will walk for approximately two hours into the wilderness, reaching the stunningly remote area where the treehouse is located. After cocktails, a campfire dinner and a spot of stargazing, you can retire to your en suite bedroom, nestled in the branches. What's more, the bed is on wheels and can be moved onto the deck if you want to sleep under the stars. Wake to the sound of bird song and the delicious scent of breakfast being prepared by your chef.