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Certainly, at the end of a long day on dusty tracks under the African sun, you like to wash off the dust. What is a better place than a luxurious lodge/camp? Enjoy a drink at the bar and rinse down the dust. After that, you enjoy a dinner under the stars.  Afterwards the unforgettable atmosphere of a bush campfire to chat with fellow travellers.

 

Which accommodation in Tanzania?

Undoubtedly, there is a wide variety of accommodation in Tanzania. In other words, lodges and camps range from 2 to 5-star lodges and camps. Given that, the most suitable stays for your Tanzania trip depends on the destination and your personal requirements for your stay. It also offers heritage buildings in the winding alleys of Stone Town. Further more, there are sprawling resorts and rustic beach huts lining Zanzibar’s beaches.

Hence, no matter what your travel dreams are and what accommodation you are looking for in Tanzania. There is something to suit every budget. Looking for luxurious game lodges in game-filled national parks or rather a mobile camp? Be that as it may, we are here to advice on what is the best option for you. All in all, we select the accommodation carefully for you and your needs. Nevertheless, if you would like to have a look around already, we have put together a small selection of what we offer.

 

 

 

Serengeti

The Serengeti National Park is Tanzania’s oldest park & world famous for the annual natural spectacle, the animal migration. Six million wildebeest hooves start moving and more than 200,000 zebras and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelles join the migration.

However, this natural wonder of the world also has impressive things to offer outside the migration: large herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephants and giraffes, several thousand eland, lyre and hartebeest, impala and grant gazelles.

Grumeti Serengeti River Lodge
Located in the remote western reaches of the Serengeti National Park, expect a private Serengeti safari experience complete with resident hippo pods and remarkable lion prides.
Serengeti Pioneer Camp
Located in the Southern Serengeti (within the Moru Kopjes area), Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp is ideally situated to offer superlative access to the annual migration and the ‘Big 5’
Ndutu Safari Lodge
A traditional Safari lodge in an outstanding wildlife location and one of the finest locations to witness the extraordinary speed and spectacle of cheetah hunting their prey.
Namiri Plains Camp
The recently upgraded Namiri Plains has been designed to maximise views of the water source in front of the camp. Its 10 elegant and spacious tents — each with its own veranda and private outdoor bath
Sayari
Framed by natural rock formations, the infinity pool has impressive Serengeti views – it is the perfect spot to spend a lazy afternoon gazing out over the game-filled plains. In the evenings, retire to the warmth of the fireplace or the quiet library with a whiskey and share safari tales late into the night

Migration Camps

Serian's Serengeti Mobile Kusini
Serian’s Serengeti Mobile – as its name suggests – is a movable camp, and was created to make the most of the spectacular wildebeest migration
Ubuntu Migration Camp
In Swahili ‘Ubuntu’ means for kindness and generosity towards others – and this small and intimate camp certainly lives up to its name. Ubuntu Migration Camp follows the colossal herds of wildebees

Ngorongoro Crater

For many travellers, the Ngorongoro Crater and the Conservation Area (the nature reserve around the crater) are the absolute highlight of a safari in Tanzania.
During the drive to the crater, which takes you through tropical rainforest, you will experience the ultimate Tanzania feeling. In the densely overgrown highlands, the chances are high that you will already see lots of wild animals. Ngorongoro Crater, with its unique landscape and abundant wildlife, has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is also one of the “7 famous African wonders”. The crater was originally a large volcano that erupted 2 million years ago. The area around the Ngorongoro Crater is home to numerous animals as well as people from the famous Maasai tribe.

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge has been called the game lodge at the top of the world. Between the natural riches of the Crater spread out at its feet and the incredible architecture.
Ngorongoro Farm House
Lodge. Ngorongoro Farm House is a 500 acre coffee farm nestle in a beautiful woodland area and located 4 km from the Lolduare entrance to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
Sanctuary Ngorongoro Crater
Ngorongoro is home to a large assortment of animals including zebra, buffalo, warthog, wildebeest, hippo and elephants; and an amazing population of predators - lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs and the elusive leopard.

Tarangire

Tarangire National Park is particularly famous for its giant baobab trees. These trees can reach enormous size and have a very unusual shape. But the park is also famous for being home to one of the largest elephant populations in the world! Here, herds of up to 300 elephants can be seen around the Tarangire River. This river is the main source of drinking water for the animals living here, as in the dry season the animals come here in large numbers to drink or cool off. And towards the end of the dry season, the elephants push open the riverbed with their huge tusks to dig for groundwater. Or they help themselves to the baobab trees to quench their thirst.

Tarangire Sopa Lodge
Tarangire National Park is one of Tanzania’s best-kept secrets. Close to the town of Arusha and hosting Tanzania’s highest concentration of elephant population in Africa
Elewana Tarangire Treetops
On the path of an annual elephant migration, Elewana Tarangire Treetops sits alone in a 312km2 community wildlife area bordering Tarangire National Park

Arusha

Arusha National Park is located 50 kilometres from Kilimanjaro and less than an hour’s drive from Kilimanjaro International Airport. During your Tanzania safari, a visit to this national park is an absolute highlight! Arusha National Park is best known for its 4566 metre high volcano Mount Meru. If you climb Mount Meru, you can enjoy the magnificent view, but even without climbing, the volcano offers you a beautiful backdrop. In addition, you can enjoy the view from the top of the volcano. More than 400 different bird species live in this relatively small national park.

Arusha Coffee Lodge
Located in a verdant coffee plantation, Elewana Arusha Coffee Lodge is a sanctuary of aromatic tranquility and a welcome retreat after a long international flight
Planet Lodge
Nestled in the heart of Arusha, Planet Lodge will captivate you with the natural beauty of the Tanzanian landscape.
Onsea House & Machweo Retreat
Onsea House was founded in 2006 as a small but luxurious bed & breakfast. Machweo Wellness Retreat & Fine Dining was opened next to Onsea House in 2011 as boutique hotel. Machweo brings an even more luxurious and tranquil environment

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Mount Meru Game Lodge
Set in beautiful and tranquil surroundings, the Mount Meru Game Lodge is nestled between the Usa river and the sanctuary, home to water buffalo, birds and monkeys. Only 30 minutes from the Kilimanjaro airport.
Lake Natron Camp
Located on the very edge of Lake Natron, this 10 tent luxury tented camp is perfectly situated for amazing adventures!
Lake Manyara Tree Lodge
Remote and romantic, Lake Manyara Tree Lodge is the only lodge in this game-rich national park. Cradled in the boughs of ancient mahogany trees, ten stilted treehouse suites
Rubondo Island Camp
Rubondo Island Camp is the only lodge on Rubondo Island, the largest island national park in Africa. A protected habitat for wildlife that includes sitatunga, elephant, giraffe, 200 species of birds, and wild chimpanzees
Ngorongoro Crater
This crater is teaming with wildlife - and is one of the few places in Tanzania you will see rhino. The only animal you wont see if the giraffe cause the walls of the crater are too steep for them to descend.
Serengeti National Park
The most famous parks of Africa - the Serengeti, meaning 'Endless Plains'... and the backdrop for the wildebeeste migration
Kilimanjaro International Airport
The main arrival airport to start the northern safari circuit in Tanzania
Arusha
The main 'safari hub' of the northern Tanzania safari circuit.
Tarangire National Park
This park is slightly less 'famous' but offers some fantastic game viewing and has some amazing Baobab tree forests. Slightly less 'busy' than some of the other parks. A favourite...
Lake Manyara National Park
Famous for its resident 'tree climbing lions' the Lake Manyara Park is worth a visit and is a popular lunch stop from Arusha to the Crater.
Selous Game Reserve
Located in the southern Tanzania and offers a diverse safari experience from traditional game drives to some boat experiences.
Dar es Salaam
Southern Tanzania and convenient access if including Selous or Zanzibar into your holiday.

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