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Jabali Ridge Private Retreat

From: $4,920.00

Jabali Private House is a luxurious retreat some two hundred meters from Jabali Ridge. A private house with personal staff including butlers, housekeeping and chef ensures privileged privacy. Complete safari flexibility to explore Ruaha National Park with a dedicated game drive vehicle and guide at your disposal. This retreat is ideal for a group of friends or families.

 

Description

Jabali Ridge Private Retreat

Jabali Ridge Private Retreat is a luxurious three bedroomed private house situated within Ruaha National Park. Well known for large herds of elephants, good to excellent lion sightings, leopard and buffalo.

This private retreat offers guests complete privacy and absolute luxury with its own staff compliment of chef, butlers and guide. Inside the house furniture has been combined with luxurious finishes and a spacious interior to accommodate groups of friends or families. A large set of doors at the back of the house opens to a large open plan outside lounge area.

An open plan kitchen that opens out onto a deck for outdoor lunch or dinner while your private chef prepares all your meals. The deck looks out onto the swimming pool and while service is not obtrusive the staff are nearly constantly at hand to assist you with anything you desire. A meal can be enjoyed at Jabali Ridge to mix with other guests, simply request this with the lodge managers. Views from the Ridge are somewhat better than at the Private Retreat.

With three bedrooms at Jibali Ridge Private Retreat, the house can accommodate 6 guests quite comfortably. Two identical master bedrooms with king size beds are at the front of the house and have the best views of the bush. En suite bathrooms are open plan with stone vanity basins and a walk in shower. The third bedroom is at the back of the house and has twin beds with a smaller en suite bathroom. This room is best suited for the children.

Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Tanzania. For more information on Ruaha National Park and her carnivores have a read about the Ruaha Carnivore Project.

Ruaha National Park is just West of Selous Game Reserve and the Swahili coast. This makes a “bush and beach” safari to Africa an ideal choice for a honeymoon or family holiday. Consider combining this with Al Fajiri Beach Villa’s, Matemwe Lodge or Fanjove Island.

Oliver’s Camp is a great combination for bush and beach African safari.

If you have never been to Africa then read our blog Before you go on safari…

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly into Dar es Salaam with Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines or South African Airways.

On arrival you will be met by your safari representative and escorted to your light aircraft for the flight to Msembe Airstrip.

At Msembe you will be met by your guide and enjoy a 50 minute game drive to camp.

Should you arrive in Dar Es Salaam too late for your regional flight please get in touch with us for hotel bookings as well as your flight to Msembe Airstrip.

Rates and Seasons

LOW SEASON

1 – 30 June 2019 / 1 Nov – 19 Dec 2019 / 6 Jan – 14 march 2020

Per 3 Adults $3 690-00

Per 4 Adults $4 920-00

Per 5 Adults $5 950-00

Per 6 Adults $6 880-00

Per Child 5-18 years $495-00

Children 0-3 Free of charge

HIGH SEASON

1 July – 31 Oct 2019 / 20 – 31 Dec 2019 / 1 – 5 Jan 2020

Per 3 Adults $6 8880-00

Per 4 Adults $6 8880-00

Per 5 Adults $8 410-00

Per 6 Adults $9 832-00

Per Child 5-18 years $690-00

Children 0-3 Free of charge

 

Additional costs per person per night:

  • Park fees $30-00
  • Tourism Development Levy $1-50
  • Conservation charge $5-00
  • Concession fee $30-00

Included/Excluded

Included:

  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Morning and afternoon game drives
  • Walking safaris
  • House drinks
  • Night drives
  • Airstrip transfers
  • Laundry
  • Private vehicle and guide

Excluded:

  • Premium brand drinks
  • Airport taxes
  • Domestic flights
  • Medical evacuation
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

Activities

Included:

  • Morning and afternoon game drives
  • Walking safaris (booked in advance, may not be possible from January to March)
  • Night drives (booked in advance)
  • Bird watching
  • Bush breakfasts
  • Bush picnics

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