Ikuka Safari Camp | Experiences
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We offer game drives in open 4WD safari vehicles. We usually leave on early morning safaris with a picnic between 6-6.30am and then return for lunch and a rest at the camp. We then go out again in the afternoon between 4-4.30pm and return to camp by 7pm. We can also cater to your wishes should you prefer different timings. The game drives are all done within Ruaha National Park. The routes will vary depending on seasons, time of day and animal location to give the guests the best possible experience.

On foot you are a participant in the world of wildlife rather than a spectator. Your senses awaken and you become part of your environment. Imagine walking the same path as elephants, hear a lion roar in the distance or smell the bush and wildlife. One of the allures of exploring the bush on foot are the smaller things which often get missed in the vehicle – the tracks and trails of animals as well as seeing how important each and every creature is in making nature work. Guests are accompanied by Mark or another camp guide who is armed as well as a TANAPA park ranger. Walks can be booked in advance or whilst in camp and are open to children 16 and over. Truly connect with nature and see things from a different perspective.

Mysterious, exciting and remote, Ikuka is the perfect choice for a holiday of a lifetime. Expect an intimate, relaxed and luxurious safari with panoramic views across the savannah and top guiding. Ruaha is renowned in East Africa for its extraordinary beauty and truly wild landscape. Take your binoculars and a bird guide, and prepare to be astounded by the number of species you can tick off the list. Ruaha is a bird enthusiast’s heaven with the largest number of different bird species to be found in Tanzania.


The ideal spot to spend a honeymoon – romance, beauty and remoteness all in one location. Nestled in a secluded spot in the Ruaha, we are the perfect spot for an intimate getaway!


We love to host families and our staff can enrich the experience even further. Our guides teach tracking, our chefs can show you how to prepare a local dish and our waiters can teach Swahili phrases.


For any keen photographers Mark or one of our guides can set up your camera and give tips on catching the perfect wildlife shot.


We support conservation projects in our area, including STEP (Southern Tanzania Elephant Program) and RCP (Ruaha Carnivore Project). We also offer internships to students from the local Mkuyu Guide School.


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