The Selous, marked as a UNESCO World Heritage site, is where Tanzanian elephants wander in a massive area, known to be larger than the entire country of Switzerland. Selous Game Reserve varies from savannah woodlands to mountainous regions, ebbed by the Rufiji River. This river gives life to much of the park through its extensive tributaries which form lakes, lagoons and channels.
Kiba Point is a self-contained annexe to nearby sister camp, Sand River Selous, and is situated on an outcrop of rock which has stunning views over the Rufiji River. This Tanzania bush camp in Selous is exclusive, taken on a private basis only and has four stone and thatch rooms with en suite facilities and a private plunge pool.
Kiba Point welcomes children over the age of 12 years. The camp is not fenced and wildlife pass through at any time - children who do stay should not be left unaccompanied.