Safari Camps News Update
STOP PRESS !!! The Safari Suites: The very latest in luxury mobile safari launches this month in Selous & Saadani
This month sees the launch of our fantastic and unique Safari Suites. We have converted Land Rovers into amazing double-storey safari suites complete with solar lights and a full bath with hot water! Being mobile, we can drive to the best game rich areas in Selous Game Reserve and Saadani National Park. The suites will be based out of Sable Mountain Lodge in Selous and Babs’ Camp in Saadani National Park. Come and see for yourself. More details can be obtained on our website www.tentwithaview.com – click on Babs’Camp. Find out more about our special introductory rates : please email email@example.com
Fantastic Selous wild dog activity out on safari at Sable Mountain Lodge
Two packs of wild dogs with dens have been seen in the first few days of the new season.
On 12th June a pack of at least 8 dogs brought down an impala near Matambwe gate and have been seen in the area each day since, indicating they have young pups nearby and cannot move too far.
On 15th June, a large pack of at least 16 dogs raced past our car chasing impala, with hyenas following them looking for a cheap meal. One female had clearly given birth recently. Looks like they are moving in a restricted area.
Dental care NGO Bridge2Aid in conjunction with A Tent With A View Safaris visit Selous Game Reserve & Saadani National Park
We have been working with the UK NGO Bridge2Aid and last month saw the first round of UK qualified dental personnel training medical staff in villages outside Saadani National Park and Selous Game Reserve on tooth extraction. Until now, there was nobody qualified to carry out tooth extractions safely. All of the trainees passed and more than 1000 patients were seen over the 9 days that the team were in Selous & Saadani and surrounding areas. We accommodated the dentists at Sable Mountain Lodge & Simply Saadani Camp (formerly Tent With A View) on a complimentary basis and set up the meeting with the village chairmen and local medical personnel as our part of this successful initiative.