What we love about Kwihala Camp
Elephant haven - Ruaha National Park has a high density of elephant population within its borders, meaning that during your stay, there's high chance of spotting the immense residents off in the distance.
Based on history - Kwihala Camp was built with the tents used during historic expeditions in mind. Simple and comfortable, they pay homage to the safari experiences of times gone by.
Ideal location - The camp is in close proximity, which is one of the best locations for game viewing in the park. An abundance of animals gather around, but the nearest humans are far away.
Kwihala Camp consists of six tents that are simple and spacious in design, fitted with king-sized beds for maximum comfort.
All have en-suite bathrooms kitted out with double vanities, flushing toilets, and hot water showers.
Spend the evening on you own private veranda with a drink in you hand, watching out for elephants passing by the camp.
Activities at Kwihala Camp
There is an abundance of activities for you to enjoy at Kwihala Camp, and the friendly staff will be more than happy to help organise these for you.
Some of our favourites include:
- Game drives in either the morning or the afternoon with knowledgeable guides
- Photography safaris for all levels of experience
- Night drives with the option of eating your delicious dinner in the bush
- Walking safaris accompanied by expert guides
Kwihala is set deep in the forest, surrounded by rain, fig, sausage and jackalberry trees. Its location near to the Mwagusi River makes it one of the best locations in Ruaha National Park for game viewing.
When to Visit
The best time to visit Kwihala is from June to October when the climate is hot and dry, and you’ll find the best wildlife-viewing opportunities.
From November to April is the wet season, turning the park’s landscape to a lush green, making it an excellent time for photography. The migratory birds are in Ruaha over the wet season, too.
Kwihala Camp is closed from mid-March until June.