Wami River Bush Retreat
Canoe Safaris on the Wami River
Canoe safaris let you get close to Hippos and numerous spectacular birds.
Walking Safaris - at Kisampa
With and 120km2 of private conservancy to roam there are a variety of walks from half a day hikes to 3 day treks with satellite camps.
Mountain Biking - at Kisampa
120km2 of private conservancy to roam with guided rides to suite all ages and levels of difficulty.
Fishing on the Wami River - at Kisampa
Relax by the river bank and Fish for catfish, tigerfish and tilapia.
Wami River Bush Retreat – Kisampa
The prefect first nights for a safari
- Only 3 1/2 hours from Dar airport
- Canoe across the river just to get there
- Canoe Safaris – without the park fees
- Walking Safaris – without the park fees
- 45 mins from Chalinze,3h from Mikumi
- Exciting arrival by canoe
Ideally situated between Bagamoyo and Pangani,, Kisampa is just 3 hours drive from Dar es Salaam. Set in a 120km2 private conservancy run in cooperation with the local villages, Kisampa is bordered by the Wami River to the south and Saadani National Park to the east. The rocky outcrop on which Kisampa stands offers stunning views of the uninhabited bush on all sides of the camp. With nine comfortable rooms and a ridge top suite, Kisampa is ideal for the first couple of nights on safari, or for residents, a weekend getaway.
At Kisampa you can experience a walking safari and canoe safari – without park fees – all as the first experiences of the safari – a perfect way to start. Being only a short drive from Dar es Salaam, the first day on safari no longer needs a 6-7h road trip before any excitement. Staying at Kisampa, you’re off the tarmac and in the bush just 2h from Dar,
When you leave Kisampa, you can be on the tarmac in 1h from the camp, and with only 45 minutes to Chalinze you beat the traffic on the way to Mikumi or Udzungwa.