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Begin or end your exciting Tanzania safari adventure at this relaxing lodge. Olasiti Lodge is located only five miles from downtown Arusha in Tanzania. With only 16 spacious rooms with en suite bathrooms, Olasiti is a haven in a busy town. The restaurant and large main building provide views overlooking the pool area and garden. The lodge is close to shopping and the local sites of Arusha, but still
Relax on a 70 acre coffee farm in the outskirts of Arusha on this beautiful Tanzania vacation camp. A perfect place to begin or end a safari, the Kigongoni Lodge welcomes you with 18 cozy cottages each with a warm fireplace and designed with tasteful, traditional African styles. Each cottage provides a verandah with spectacular views of Mt. Meru or Mt. Kilimanjaro. Enjoy European style cuisine with
Moivaro Plantation Lodge
Set amidst a tranquil coffee plantation in the outskirts of Arusha, Moivaro is a collection of duplex bungalows scattered over beautifully landscaped grounds. Enjoy cozy fireplaces and private bathrooms with hot and cold running water. Onsite facilities include a massage room and internet services, and during the warmer months enjoy a dip in the pool.
This peaceful African home is the perfect place to prepare for the adventures ahead. Enjoy delicious meals on the Maasai styled veranda, soak in the jacuzzi gazing out at Arusha, Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro, browse the numerous coffee table books and guidebooks, play pool or sip a drink in the lounge area.
Dik Dik Hotel
Located on a 20 acre site outside of Arusha, the Dik Dik Hotel has forested grounds interspersed with orchards, which attract a variety of birds, monkeys and bush babies. Each of their 9 rooms has an ensuite bathroom and a verandah with a hammock. Relax at the swimming pool and enjoy fresh produce from the gardens at mealtime.
Arusha Coffee Lodge
It’s difficult to beat the Arusha Coffee Lodge in terms of luxury and comfort in Arusha. Situated on the Burka Coffee estate, this working plantation spans some 21,000 acres and features 21 private chalets, each with en-suite facilities, including shower, bath, and separate toilets. The chalets are built on raised wooden platforms, and have log fireplaces, private lounges and large balconies
In an unparalleled location for the ultimate Tanzania safari experience, Oliver's Camp is comprised of eight spacious, deluxe safari tents complete with sitting area, and attached, private, open air bathroom with flushing eco-toilet and shower. Each tent is tastefully decorated with solid wooden furniture and beautiful cloth. Located in the Tarangire National Park, the camp specializes in exciting walking
Maramboi Camp is located in Tarangire National Park on a 25,000 acre concession area provided by the local Maasai Community, and thus enjoys a close relationship with them. The 20 spacious tents are built on raised wooden decks, each with en suite bathrooms and private verandahs. The open air dining room serves family style meals, and offers a large deck which opens to a sky filled with endless stars. Walk
Tarangire River Camp
This permanent luxury camp is about 3.5 km. from the main gate of Tarangire National Park. The area consists of 25,000 hectares of village land including Lakes Burunge and Manyara. The camp overlooks the Tarangire River and offers stunning views of the meandering river, the vast plains across the park, Lake Manyara, the Rift Valley and the Ngorongoro highlands. Mt. Meru and Kilimanjaro are easily viewed
Tucked into its own isolated section of the Tarangire National Park, the twelve tents of Swala are spread out under the canopy of giant Baobab trees. Each spacious luxury tent features en suite bathrooms and appointments that recall classic safari explorers. All tents have an individual terrace which looks out to the waterhole that attracts wildlife such as impala, waterbuck, elephants, and even a resident
Lake Burunge Tented Camp
Lake Burunge Tented Camp is located only ten minutes away from Tarangire National Park. The camp consists of twenty luxury tents with en suite facilities, located in a bushland grove. Spectacular views of Lake Burunge can be seen from the camp. The main building offers a central lounge, bar and dining area with a raised wooden deck. This elevated platform is the ideal venue for guests to relax and enjoy a
Nestled in the Ngorongoro Highlands, this comfortable colonial farmhouse is located only minutes from the entrance to the Ngorongoro Crater. The 50 spacious chalets are spread out over the vast property each has private baths and verandahs, this beautiful Tanzania vacation spot brings you to a working farm on the fertile slopes of the crater. Meals from the dining room are prepared with delicious food from
This historic farmstead brings together the indigenous culture and traditions of the surrounding communities, the beauty of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the history of the Farm itself. The grounds include a 10 acre organic fruit, vegetable and herb garden, numerous farm animals and extensive coffee fields. Stay in one of the newly constructed deluxe cottages with rich wooden floors, classic
Tloma Lodge is an exclusive petite 34-cottage lodge situated within the Ngorongoro Highlands Area. The lodge is beautifully located on the raised shoulder of a valley, offerings breathtaking views over a coffee-plantation and onto the Eastern wall of the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater. Tloma Lodge has been modeled on its “bigger brother”, the very successful Ngorongoro Farm House, only 15
Ngorongoro Serena Lodge
The Ngorongoro Serena Lodge is designed discretely in the landscape, built into the rim of a dormant volcano. The plant and ivy-covered native stone blends masterfully with its surroundings so that the lodge is not visible from the crater floor during game drives. Most of the seventy-five guest rooms have private terraces with spectacular views of the crater floor and the African sunrise. The main lodge
Overnight at the Plantation Lodge, a working farm nestled in the foothills of the Ngorongoro Highlands. With seventeen rooms the lodge has great personal service and with 45 acres of farmland most of the fresh vegetables and even coffee comes directly from the lodge grounds. Meals are served family style in the dining room, and the pool overlooks the surrounding highlands.
Kitela Lodge is an exclusive lodge situated on top of a valley overlooking a coffee plantation, the Eastern wall of the Ngorongoro crater and a beautiful waterfall. Twenty spacious cottages built in the style of an old colonial farm offer guests a relaxing, quiet atmosphere surrounded by beautiful gardens and a pool for relaxing after a day spent visiting the Ngorongoro Crater.
Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge
Strung along the eastern rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, rooms at the Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge have views out to the crater floor below. Floor to ceiling windows are set next to an inviting rocking chair, a perfect place to sit and gaze to the west. Watch sunset from the pool or the bar, and enjoy the large central fireplace in the restaurant.
Lake Manyara Serena Lodge
Poised with an impressive view out over the Rift Valley escarpment, Lake Manyara Serena Lodge offers a perfect resting point before reaching the upper highlands of the Ngorongoro Crater. The rooms are housed in circular, double-story, white-washed rondavels (traditional circular buildings with conical thatched roofs), which are strung out along the edge of the cliff so as to allow for maximum views. Each
Located in the extreme north of the Serengeti, Sayari Camp sits just south of the Mara River where the wildebeest cross during the Migration. The wildebeest usually cross North sometime in early July and then they return sometime during September/October. The eight spacious tents of Sayari are huge, each with a large king bed or two double beds, a sofa for lounging on the verandah, and a bathroom with a
Lake Masek Tented Camp
Between the vast plains of the Serengeti National Park and the northwest side of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area lies the luxurious Lake Masek Tented Camp. The twenty en suite tents are spacious and feature verandahs that look out over the Serengeti plains in the Ndutu region. A cozy main house has a magnificent lounge and a well furbished library. Enjoy your meals in the dining area or on your balcony.
Simiyu Mobile Camp
Simiyu Luxury Camp offers guests the perfect balance of comfort, privacy and remote location. Accommodations include eight fully-furnished spacious tents, with en suite facilities, including separate toilet and safari showers. A elegant mess tent and comfortable lounge tent completes the camp's facilities. The camp moves to three different locations during the year, allowing guests to remain close the
Serengeti Seasonal Camp
Our Serengeti Seasonal camp is the best way to experience Serengeti ecosystem. The camp moves locations throughout the year, following the great migration, allowing for consistent wildlife viewing experiences and the exhilarating feeling of being part of the bush. This is an intimate camp of only 10 traditional safari style tents each complete with an en suite bathroom
The unique Dunia Camp has 8 spacious ensuite tents with flush toilets, large bathrooms and a private veranda overlooking the Kopjes. A close knit team of staff provides guests with a warm welcome and prepares delicious bush meals under the stars of the Serengeti sky. Seronera and its airstrip are 45 minutes drive away, making a balloon safari possible from Dunia Camp. Perched in between the known
A luxurious under-canvas camp that moves with the seasons and follows the herds in East Africa. From June to November, it is located in northern Serengeti, 300-metres from one of the crossing points used by the herds to traverse the Mara River and pitched in the tranquil Bolongoja. From December to March, it is located in a small shady forest east of Ndutu, in the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area
A small, seasonal camp located in the Serengeti National Park. From late-July to October it is surrounded by untouched wilderness in the Northern Serengeti. In November the camp is closed to visitors and moved to the southern Ngorongoro Conservancy Area. In May, it moves to the area known as the Western Corridor, setting up camp near Handajega which is between the Nyakoroma Hills and the border of the
Ndutu Under Canvas
This luxury mobile camp offers guests the perfect balance of comfort, privacy and remote location. Accommodations include ten fully-furnished spacious tents, with en suite facilities, including separate toilet and safari showers. An elegant mess tent and comfortable lounge tent completes the camp's facilities. The camp is perfectly situated near Ndutu lake, a prime location for viewing the great wildebeest
Matemwe is a private resort on Zanzibar's east coast offering twelve relaxing seaside bungalows. Each is constructed from local materials surrounded by gardens, with private verandahs and hammocks and couches overlooking the Indian Ocean. En suite bathrooms provide large, deep bathtubs and walk-in showers. The open-air restaurant overlooks the ocean and offers delicious seafood meals fresh from the local
Situated along a pristine, untouched Zanzibar beach stretching as far as the eye can see, this beautiful home away from home is perfected with personalized service and warm hospitality. The spacious rooms of Breezes beach resort have a unique charm. All the rooms have air conditioning as well as en suite bathrooms, a refrigerator, personal safe box and a sofa bed. Stroll for miles on a white sandy beach,
Designed with great attention to detail, Ras Nungwi on Zanzibar offers 32 beautifully decorated rooms with four poster beds draped with gauzy mosquito nets. Enjoy the beautiful view of the Zanzibar beaches and the ocean from your balcony as well as the network of gardened pathways connecting the rooms with the other areas of the hotel. Fresh meals served in the open air dining room feature local seafood
Designated as the first Marine reserve in Tanzania in 1994, Chumbe Island Coral Park contains over 90% of all marine species that have been recorded in East African reefs. The island, located between the Zanzibar and Tanzania coastlines, has just seven eco-bungalows, each with palm thatching, hot and cold water, large living areas and a composting toilet. Enjoy meals in the open air dining room with
Zanzibar Serena Hotel, Stone Town
Located in the heart of Stone Town, Zanzibar, this stunning property is set in two historic seafront buildings that have been integrated and restored into a unique single property echoing the grandeur of days past. Each of the 51 guest rooms is designed in the cool, white, traditional Swahili style with draped beds and wrought-iron balconies that overlook the Persian pool and azure bay in the distance. The
The Seyyida is an elegant 17-room boutique hotel located in the heart of the World Heritage Site of Stone Town, Zanzibar. The hotel is ideally situated next to the Palace Museum, formerly the residence of the Zanzibari Royal Family, and short walk from the most celebrated Stone town monuments such as the Forodhani Garden, House of Wonder and the Old Fort. The building is a unique story of arches, old walls
Rufiji River Camp
Resting above the banks of the Rufiji River, this environmentally friendly, Tanzania safari camp brings excitement and relaxation in the heart of the Selous Game Reserve. Twenty safari tents sit facing the sunset, each with comfortable beds, a private verandah under a roof of local straw, and a solid-walled bathroom at the back with running hot and cold water. Sit on your porch and watch hippos in the
Ruaha River Lodge
Ruaha River Lodge, recently remodeled, occupies a unique and privileged position set around a series of rocky kopjes in a bend of the Great Ruaha River, blending seamlessly into its surroundings and affording views up and down the river. Game is drawn to the river from the neighboring hills and visitors can witness the great wildlife dramas unfold from the comfort and protection of their self contained
Kungwe Beach Lodge
This recently refurbished Tanzania safari camp is located on the shores of Lake Tanganyika on a stretch of golden sandy beach. These spacious tents are decorated with traditional safari styles and provide comfort and relaxation in this romantic region with views of the crystal clear waters and breathtaking sunsets. Dine in the evening to candlelight on the beach or in the dining area with the African
Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp
Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is situated amidst a palm-lined oasis on the shore of Lake Eyasi. Across this huge, seasonal soda lake the Alipi escarpment wall rises two thousand feet up into the Endulen area of the Ngorongoro Conservation area providing a stunning view. This Tanzania vacation destination is comprised of seven permanent tents constructed with local materials and feature hand-carved wooden beds.
Kambi ya Tembo Camp
Located just south of the Kenya border in the private concession of Sinya, Kambi ya Tembo is a unique camp with a very close relationship with the local Maasai community. With en suite bathrooms, flushing toilets and built-in hot water showers, the twelve Tanzania safari tents all look out to the stunning view of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Enrich your Tanzania safari vacation with walking safaris as well as game
Our Kilimanjaro tents are 4 season 3 man tents, with two climbers per tent. Each tent has ample vestibule space for extra gear. Meals are served in a communal dining tent and usually consist of some kind of a cream soup, an entrée, and dessert. Food on Kilimanjaro is healthy and hearty, an important recipe for a successful climb.
Rubondo Island Camp
It is the only camp on Rubondo Island, the largest island national park in Africa. The island has forest covering 80% of its surface and is the habitat of such rare creatures as the wild Chimpanzee. The eight luxury accommodation suites are nestled under the huge trees and near the sandy lakeshore. The dining and lounge area is located in an elevated outcrop of rocks amidst scattered trees, offering a
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