Lonely Planet review
This exclusive camp is set off on its own in the remote southwestern part of the park, about 60km from Msembe on the banks of the Jongomero Sand River. Its eight spacious tents have large verandas and furnishings made from recycled wood. Wildlife-watching from the camp itself is arguably not as good as at some of the other Ruaha camps, however, the wilderness ambience is excellent. One of the nicest aspects of this camp is the privacy of each tent and the fact that you’re unlikely to see other visitors. Almost all visits are part of fly-in safaris to the nearby airstrip.