• Location: Tanzania, Selous
  • Type of Accommodation: Lodge
  • Comfort Level: Luxury


Kiba Point is an exclusive-use safari lodge on the banks of the Rufiji River in Tanzania's remote Selous Game Reserve. The lodge is ideal for families or groups of friends looking to experience this pristine wilderness in absolute privacy.

Explore the remote area on game drives, walks and boating safaris in the company of an experienced ranger who will share fascinating insights into the African wilderness.


  • A hidden gem on the banks of a mile-wide river, set beneath riverine forest
  • Exclusive-use lodge offering total privacy
  • Open-fronted on raised decks with river views
  • Walking, boating, fishing, game drives & hot springs
  • Optional fly-camping - for the truly adventurous
  • Fully Inclusive for peace of mind

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The main lodge is the perfect spot to sit back and enjoy the sounds and views, with plump sofas, a quiet library, an intimate bar and a swimming pool.

Private guides and vehicles are available to help you make the most of your safari experience, with early morning game drives, guided walking safaris, boating and fishing.

General Facilities

    Swimming Pool
    Laundry service


At Kiba Point, enjoy African-style meals prepared by your private chef and served in the main dining area. Alternatively, you may request to enjoy a packed breakfast or lunch on your safari game drive or walking safari.

Room Description

Accommodation at Kiba Point is in four spacious stone and thatched cottages, set on raised platforms overlooking the river. Each cottage is elegantly furnished and features its own en suite spacious bathroom with an additional outdoor shower and a private plunge pool.


  • Bird watching
  • Boat excursions
  • Bush dining
  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Specialist guides
  • Fishing
  • River cruises
  • Guided walking safaris

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Liesel van Zyl

Liesel van Zyl

Product Manager

"Kiba invokes the romantic nomad in me; picture your own exclusive camp in one of the wildest and most special parts of Africa and explore by car, foot and boat."

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