Located in the far south of Ruaha National Park, Jongomero is quite far away from any of the other camps in Ruaha, in a part of the park that is very quiet and spectacular. Covering a conservation area of 10,300 square kilometres in the south west of Tanzania, Ruaha lies within and along the Great Rift Valley, covering a unique transition zone where the eastern and southern species of both fauna and flora meet.
This is also one of the few Tanzanian parks where sightings of the rarer antelope, such as sable, roan and both lesser and greater kudu, are reported.
Located in this magnificent park is Jongomero Camp, a Tanzania game lodge in Ruaha, set under shady acacia trees on the banks of the Jongomero Sand River. Accommodation at Jongomero comprises of eight large tents under thatched roofs that also encompass a private verandah. The dining and living areas offer a great vantage point from which to take in the sights and sounds of the African bush surrounding the camp.
This Tanzania game lodge in Ruaha is happy to welcome children over the age of 6 years old, however whilst in camp children are the full responsibility of the parents.