Experiences at Rubondo Island Camp
Serengeti and northern Tanzania, Tanzania
Rubondo Island is a 25,000 hectare wilderness in the south-western corner of Lake Victoria. Described as half Jurassic Park, half rainforest, the opportunities to explore are endless.
Join any of the fantastic guides at Rubondo Island Camp to explore this unique eco-system. Daily boat trips and game drives enable you to explore the shoreline and the deeper interior of the island. Guided walks are one of the best ways to get up close to the rich wildlife inhabiting this wonderland. Canoe trails allow you to glide silently through the quiet channels around the island, keep close to the reed clad banks for a great opportunity to catch sight of the rare and elusive Sitatunga antelope. In the forest canopies you'll have a chance to track chimpanzees, and the colonies of Colobus monkeys will be your constant companion, peering around tree-trunks and down from the high branches.