A Wildlife Management Area and the Tarangire National Park are both bordered by the Tarangire Simba Lodge, which is located close to the park’s Sangaiwe Gate. Lions, zebras, bushbucks, impalas, porcupines, monkeys, warthogs, and other animals are among the local biodiversity. While the avian life is abundant and colourful, animals like elephants, buffalo, ostriches, and giraffes frequently pass through.
Accommodations are provided in roomy, traditional canvas safari tents built on platforms with hardwood floors. Each tent has an adjoining dressing area, bathroom, and shower. There is also a private veranda with views of the bush and an outdoor shower. A thatched permanent roof covers the entire building. Handcrafted furniture made of African mahogany is complemented by carefully chosen materials. There are twin and queen tents available, and solar energy is used for both electricity and hot water.
A distinct reception area, as well as a lounge and dining area that are separate from one another, are available as amenities. Wooden walkways connect the common rooms, and next to the dining tent is a deck for al fresco dining. There is Wi-Fi access in the public spaces. In addition to a sizable pool, there is a “tree-top” viewing platform installed in a majestic acacia tree to make it easier to observe wildlife and the night sky.
Every year, from December to March, the Serengeti, which is home to some of the world’s most plentiful wildlife populations, hosts the Tanzania Bush Camps Ndutu Mobile Camp. Eight large, contemporary tents that have verandahs on both sides and individual toilets are used to house the guests, providing them with a nice breeze.
There is a separate, sizable dining/lounge tent and a well-stocked bar that serves a variety of alcoholic beverages as common spaces. A contemporary cooking tent, a store with mementos and safari necessities, an in-tent service for snacks and drinks, solar power and a backup generator for electricity, safe deposit boxes, and laundry services are among the other amenities. Game drives and bush breakfasts, dinners, and sundowners are among the available activities. These events are held close to the camp.
Central Tanzania Bush Camp Serengeti is a high-end, small-scale bush camp in the heart of the Serengeti National Park that aims to provide visitors with an authentic wild experience. It is located 15 kilometres north of Seronera’s wildlife region, which boasts fantastic year-round game. There are 12 tents on the campsite. The furnishings and accessories were picked with care for their opulent feel and modern safari design. Modern conveniences and first-rate amenities like internet access, hot showers, traditional dancing, and a Bush TV augment these components.
On the northern Tanzanian safari route, the Ngorongoro Coffee Lodge is situated halfway between the towns of Rhotia and Karatu. There are 26 cottages available for lodging at the lodge, each featuring handcrafted furnishings, a private verandah, a fireplace, and both an indoor and outdoor shower. A dining area, free Wi-Fi, a spa, and a swimming pool are among the additional amenities.
The village of Karatu is located in Tanzania’s northern highlands, amid the verdant hills that lead to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. This small, vibrant town, dominated by the imposing Ol Deani Volcano, is a well-liked overnight stop for travellers exploring the region’s numerous wildlife parks. Visit a traditional homestead, browse the crowded market, sample some beer at a nearby brewery, or go on a guided walk through the Ngorongoro Forest in search of waterfalls and caves, just to name a few of the activities available in the town. This underappreciated town has a lot to offer, whether you’re searching for cultural excursions, hiking and bicycling options, the ability to see rural Tanzanian life firsthand, or simply a break in between safari game drives.
This picturesque archipelago, which is located about 40 kilometres off the coast of Tanzania, is made up of the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba as well as other smaller islets. Beautiful white-sand beaches lined with palm trees define Zanzibar Island, and the area’s turquoise waters and reefs are teeming with unusual marine life. Watersports fans go in droves to this location for the fantastic scuba diving, snorkelling, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, and kitesurfing options. Even sailing aboard authentic dhows is an option for tourists.
Stone Town, the island’s historic centre, is a labyrinth of winding lanes dotted with shops, cafes, bars, bazaars, mosques, and elaborate Arab homes. Don’t pass up the opportunity to unwind in absolute luxury on the exclusive private island of Mnemba, which is located just 3 kilometres off the main island’s coast.