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Oliver's Camp Tarangire

Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

SADC and Residents Special Rates   Set in the southern reaches of Tanzania’s remote Tarangire National Park, Oliver’s Camp is an echo of the early days of East African...
Set in the southern reaches of Tanzania’s remote Tarangire National Park, Oliver’s Camp is an echo of the early days of East African safaris; when the camp offered a warm bed and crackling fire at the end of the day, yet the real magic was out there in the wilderness. Alongside the 10 en-suite tents that make up Oliver’s Camp, Little Oliver’s with just five tents offers a more private and intimate safari experience. Neither lack creature comforts, but both camps are aimed at travellers searching for untamed Africa.

For Tarangire is truly a wild land; a land of lion and leopard competing for prey, of enormous elephants dwarfed only by the towering baobab trees. Unlike the Maasai Mara and Serengeti, in Tarangire guests can enjoy walking safaris, off-road driving and wilderness fly-camps. This is a park where animals reign; a park that offers rich rewards for exploring off the beaten track.

WHY CHOOSE OLIVER’S AND LITTLE OLIVER’S CAMP?
• Iconic old East Africa safari camp feel.
• Exciting variety of wilderness experiences.
• Exceptional walking guides.
• Exclusivity of the camp in the more remote southern section of Tarangire.
• A year round safari destination.
from R15113
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Sayari Camp Serengeti

Sleeps 45 in 15 rooms

SADC and Residents Special Rates   One of the best-kept secrets in Africa, Sayari Camp is tucked away in a remote region of the northern Serengeti, perfectly positioned to...
One of the best-kept secrets in Africa, Sayari Camp is tucked away in a remote region of the northern Serengeti, perfectly positioned to witness the great migration crossing the Mara River.

The vast plains and woodlands around the river allow for undisturbed game viewing all year around. Exceptional guides ensure close encounters with the migratory wildebeest and zebra and the staggering numbers of big cats, crocodile, elephant, giraffe and plains game all thriving in this magical Serengeti landscape.

Sayari Camp is regarded by many as the finest safari camp in East Africa due to a combination of superb location, elegant design, excellent facilities and a truly intimate atmosphere. Almost every feature of Sayari Camp overlooks the untouched landscape of the Serengeti; the spacious tents, the huge beds, the large verandas, the swimming pool and even the baths. The line that separates this unique camp from the Serengeti outside is hard to distinguish.

With massage treatments, delicious cuisine and friendly, attentive service, the camp manages to achieve a perfect balance between relaxation and adventure.

Like all Asilia camps, Sayari is proud to be carbon neutral since late 2009. Sayari Camp has played a pivotal role in the long-term conservation of the north-western Serengeti. The arrival of the camp has secured the long-term conservation of this area of the park. Employment at the camp and a fruit and vegetable growing program initiated by Sayari have provided opportunities for the villages at the park’s border to benefit from the tourism in the national park.

Enjoy a bush breakfast at the river’s edge, waiting for the wildebeest to cross as the sun rises over the Serengeti; experience a morning you will always remember. As the day goes on, lose yourself in the rolling plains that stretch into Kenya or follow the Mara River in search of hippos and some of the world’s largest crocodiles.

In addition to game drives led by expert guides, Sayari Camp offers the rare opportunity to experience the Serengeti on foot; for an unmatched sense of freedom and an exhilarating connection to the sights and sounds of the bush surrounding you. The camp itself is a wonderful place to spend time. Even the most enthusiastic safari-goers might end up taking a day off from busy game drive schedules to simply read or relax by the poolside, absorbing the marvellous vista in front of the camp.
from R16474

Lake Natron Tented Camp

Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

Wild and remote Lake Natron lies in the north east of Tanzania, in between the Ngorongoro Highlands and Serengeti plains. Here you'll find...
Wild and remote Lake Natron lies in the north east of Tanzania, in between the Ngorongoro Highlands and Serengeti plains. Here you'll find Lake Natron Tented Camp, a luxurious affair situated amongst spectacular scenery. Unique in its setting, Lake Natron Tented Camp is set back in a grove of trees slightly removed from the dusty terrain of the lake. Clean safari tents offer showers, comfortable beds and a private verandah, while a fully stocked bar and candlelit restaurant ensure guests have a cold drink and delicious food at the end of an arduous climb or long day's walking.

Situated at the base of Africa's only active volcano in the great Rift Valley, Lake Natron is one of the most alkaline lakes in the world. Home to millions of tiny crustaceans, the lake is a haven for literally thousands of lesser flamingos and it is one of the most important flamingo breeding grounds on earth. Here it is the landscape rather than the animals that is the attraction - the area around the lake inhabited by Masai is dry, desolate and hauntingly beautiful.

For many of our guests, a Lake Natron excursion and climbing Oldonyo Lengai is the main highlight and achievement of their stay. No special equipment is required, but it is a hard climb to the top through notoriously spiky vegetation. You will however be rewarded with some spectacular magma flows bubbling at over 500°C at the top. If a slightly less demanding walk would suit you, we can arrange for a walk followed by either a picnic breakfast or sundowners by the lake. There is also a nearby freshwater waterfall where you can swim, cool off and simply relax.
from R3676

Beho Beho Camp

Sleeps 28 in 9 rooms

Beho Beho is a private camp situated in the great Selous Game Reserve, with beautiful views of the surrounding areas. Owned by the Bailey...
Beho Beho is a private camp situated in the great Selous Game Reserve, with beautiful views of the surrounding areas. Owned by the Bailey family for over 30 years, guests are now welcome to share their little piece of African bush veldt.

The camp offers eight individual Bandas, of which are either side of the main house. Each Banda has a king-sized bed and a Zanzibari day bed, making it ideal for families as well.

There is another Banda available which is separate from the camp; equipped with two double rooms, a living area, a kitchen and its own splash pool.

The feeling of spaciousness is highlighted by the fact that there is no front wall or windows, but is totally open on to the front veranda of the Banda, with its magnificent views across the wilderness.
from R13615

Gelai Mountain Camp

Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

Gelai Mountain Camp is located high in the mountains and enjoys a prime setting with views of Lake Natron and Oldonyo Lengai, an active...
Gelai Mountain Camp is located high in the mountains and enjoys a prime setting with views of Lake Natron and Oldonyo Lengai, an active volcano and sacred mountain of the Masai. The camps offers all inclusive accommodation including meals, most drinks and guided game walks.

This camp is completely private and has its own facilities and staff and activities. There are six tents, each sleeping up to three people and with private en-suite bathrooms. 220V and 110V power is provided on a strip plug charging station in each tent.

Guest visiting the camp can enjoy game drives during the day or at night, and bush walks with a professional game scout. A bush breakfast and lunch and sundowners can be arranged.
from R11845

Lemala Ngorongoro

Sleeps 27 in 9 rooms

Lemala Ngorongoro is an intimate, seasonal camp set in a delightful and ancient acacia forest on the rim of the crater. Lemala’s major...
Lemala Ngorongoro is an intimate, seasonal camp set in a delightful and ancient acacia forest on the rim of the crater. Lemala’s major advantage over any other accommodation in this area, is for its quick and easy access into the crater which maximizes game viewing opportunities. The scenery is breath-taking and the wildlife is abundant therefore guest enjoy longer and significantly higher quality game drives.

The camp offers accommodation in eight luxury tents and one family tent. All spacious tent is fitted with gas heaters, large single- or king-size beds with warm duvets, wooden flooring with rugs, 24-hour solar lighting, en-suite bathrooms with dressing areas, flush toilets and large safari showers.

The mess tent is beautifully furnished with grand sofas, lamps, bookshelves, corner cabinets in old wood, chests and rugs. In the evening, guests gather around the campfire for sundowners before dining under chandeliers, which is hosted by the camp manager. The camp works closely with the local Masai community who often provide dances and talks on Masai life, their cultures, traditions and ceremonies. Guests enjoy the opportunity to interact with the Masai, learning more about their traditional lifestyles.
from R17618

Lake Manze Tented Camp

Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

On the shores of the breathtaking Lake Manze, the Lake Manze Adventure Camp is magnificently located in one of the Selou’s richest areas...
On the shores of the breathtaking Lake Manze, the Lake Manze Adventure Camp is magnificently located in one of the Selou’s richest areas for wildlife, beneath a canopy of tall doum palms.

Maintaining a simple, natural feel, with a rustic charm that is reminiscent of the ‘good old’ safari camp days, accommodation is set in twelve Meru style walk-in tents with twin or double beds, flush toilets, outdoor showers and private verandas.

Manze’s communal area is simply a large thatched roof spreading above a sand floor, with armchairs and sofas for lounging with a drink to watch the animals come and go.

A variety of exciting wilderness activities are on offer that will captivate your interest. These include game drives, walking safaris, boat safaris and fishing.
from R12934

Gombe Forest Lodge

Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

In the lush shade of ancient forest trees just off the shores of Lake Tanganyika lies the small yet intimate Gombe Forest Lodge. It offers...
In the lush shade of ancient forest trees just off the shores of Lake Tanganyika lies the small yet intimate Gombe Forest Lodge. It offers complete privacy by catering for just 14 guests at a time.

Spacious safari tents, offering comfort and simplicity, are elevated on timber platforms with a private deck overlooking the tranquil forest. Each of the tents features twin beds, a writing desk and chair, as well as en-suite facilities with showers.

This lodge is totally at ease with its surroundings with an absolutely delightful atmosphere. The cosy dining area, just a couple of steps off the beach, is built on a wooden platform with an extended outside deck shaded by the forest. A small library with a selection of books and novels are also available for guests to use at their leisure.

Whilst spending the morning Chimpanzee trekking, afternoons are determined only by how energetic you feel. Swim in the crystal clear waters of the lake, snorkel or simply relax on the beach. There are two spectacular waterfalls in the area, Kakombe, an easy half-hour walk and Mkenke, a little further for the more adventurous.

After a long day, sun downers are served around the fire with the dazzling night sky, complemented by the lanterns of hundreds of small wooden fishing boats bobbing on the lake like a sprawling city.
from R14296

Tarangire River Camp

Sleeps 54 in 21 rooms

If you are looking for an authentic safari experience under traditional canvas, showcasing spacious views and enriching culture, Tarangire...
If you are looking for an authentic safari experience under traditional canvas, showcasing spacious views and enriching culture, Tarangire River Camp is the perfect choice. The camp always has a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere.

Tarangire River Camp is set within 25000 hectares of concession area. The camp overlooks a branch of the Tarangire River, included on the land. The property is in a great location for game viewing since it is only 3,5 km from the main entrance to Tarangire National Park.

Traditional grass thatching adorns the roof of the main lodge structure, which is set off the ground on an elevated deck. The breezy lounge boasts ample seating in a relaxed open-air environment. The dining area, where culturally inspired meals are served, consists of simple safari-style seating and the elevated position allows for excellent views over the riverbank below.

A bonfire area and game viewing deck connects the dining and lounge areas, and overlooks the same stunning views. A smaller, secondary game viewing deck rises above the ceiling and offers a high, intimate perch. The lodge’s small, informal gift shop offers the families of the nearby Maasai villages a chance to sell their handmade wares.

The advantage of being located outside the park is that the various activities not permitted within any of Tanzania’s northern National Parks, is possible, including guided walking safaris. Other activities include game drives, bird watching on the shores of Lake Manyara, and cultural safaris visiting the Maasai and Datoga people whose bomas populate the adjacent land.
from R5582
Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is located on the shores of Lake Eyasi, offering stunning views over the...
Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is located on the shores of Lake Eyasi, offering stunning views over the lake looking up to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area on one side and the Alipi Escarpment on the other.

There are seven spacious tents with private verandas overlooking the lake. Kisima Ngeda’s décor draws on elements from the surrounding landscape and incorporates elements of the traditional Hadza culture. There is a cosy lounge area that is perfect to relax before or after dinner, as well as a lovely swimming pool.

Kisima Ngeda is a stylish camp that includes amazing cultural interaction opportunities along with plenty of activities. Here you can actually get out of the car and explore the walking trails around the lake or go canoeing on the lake.

What makes Kisima Ngeda truly special is the opportunity to visit with the local tribes. One can also venture into the bush with the nomadic, hunter-gatherer Hadza Bushmen. Spending a day with the Hadza, hunter-gatherers that speak a historical language of the continent, enables a journey back into the past.
from R8006

Kichaka Expeditions

Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Kichaka Expeditions is a mobile bush camp specialising in walking safaris deep in the wilderness zones of the mighty Ruaha National Park,...
Kichaka Expeditions is a mobile bush camp specialising in walking safaris deep in the wilderness zones of the mighty Ruaha National Park, one of Africa's remotest and untouched paradises.

This camp offers private and exclusive safaris for groups from two to six people concentrating on walking safaris however for the less active the usual game drives are of course readily available. Kichaka moves location throughout the year depending on game movements and we utilise areas of this vast park that other operators dare not venture providing guests with a true and authentic wilderness experience. Our spots are carefully chosen where there are fantastic views with full shade where you can rest away in the heat of the day. Immerse yourself in raw nature as you are led by one of East Africa's most well-known guides through this magical and isolated Park delving deep into every facet of nature possible, from the intricacies of Termite society to the walking of Elephants on foot. Due to the private nature of the camp Kichaka can provide an experience which is totally catered to the guests needs and wants enabling enormous freedom with activity choices and areas to visit.

This small and intimate camp has three tents which comfortably hold two people. The tents themselves are supported by large metal frames and have plenty of standing space protected by heavy flysheets in case of rain which also keep the tents once and cool. The beds have comfortable mattresses which can be arranged as a double or a twin, there is a spacious covered verandah in front with great views of the surrounding area where we happened to be camped, ideal to sit and relax in the afternoon with a pair of binoculars quietly watching the animals and birds which may venture into camp.

Each tents has its own outdoor ablution structure nearby, also with great views and comprises of a wash basin, hot bucket shower and short drop toilet, much more hygienic than the long drop system and is cleaned and replaced throughout the day. The large and spacious mess area is covered, well shaded and the heart of the camp. There is a large dining table as well as comfortable chairs, sofas and beanbags scattered around. This is a nice peaceful environment to relax, read a book or chat the evening away near the campfire roaring close by.

Kichaka also boast a lightweight flycamp which is a small rustic satellite camp which can be moved to any part of the Park and erected at any time allowing guests to explore a multitude of different areas by foot or vehicle, totally untouched by man giving us access to nearly all 20,000 square Km of pristine Ruaha.
from R11246

Selous Wilderness Camp

Sleeps 15 in 7 rooms

Selous Wilderness Camp is situated along the edges of the wide, meandering Rufiji River which is one of the largest water systems in East...
Selous Wilderness Camp is situated along the edges of the wide, meandering Rufiji River which is one of the largest water systems in East Africa. With its associated wetlands, lakes and swamps, it is one of the most outstanding ecological systems in the whole of Eastern Africa. Due to this unique ecosystem, the Selous Game Reserve was designated as a World Heritage Site.

The home comforts of the Selous Wilderness Camp with its seven traditionally styled and spacious tents, the plush mess area with an eclectic mixture of solid wood furniture and leather sofas, and the attentive Tanzanian hospitality and service provided to the guests belies the isolation and wilderness of the camp’s location. The seven spacious en-suite tents are under expansive makuti thatch structure, all with views over the Rufiji River. There is a 20 m distance between the tents ensuring privacy and exclusivity. Each tent is traditionally styled and equipped with a fan and outside shower.

Covering approximately 50,000 square kilometres, the Selous is one of the largest protected areas in the world and also Africa’s oldest protected area. With its diverse habitat, the northern photographic tourism sector is one of the most beautiful and game-rich areas of this whole ecosytem. Three-quarters of the Selous consists of woodland of various types, short grassy plains and seasonally flooded pans. Selous is home to many animals including elephants, buffalo, hippopotamuses, wild dogs and lions. Although the Selous is best known for its spectacular mammals, it is equally celebrated for its abundant and varied bird life.

The river scenery around the camp is made all the more spectacular by dense riparian forests dotted with groves of borassus palms with their majestically swaying fronds. The Selous is probably Africa’s least known and wildest protected area, rich in game and varied habitat. Here our guest’s experience game viewing away from the maddening crowds, off the beaten track of the more well-worn safari circuits and from three distinctively different perspectives - on foot, by boat and by vehicle. Selous Wilderness Camp offers half and full-day river safaris, game drives and walking safaris with the occasional surprise bush picnic.
from R9585

Angalia Tented Camp

Sleeps 15 in 5 rooms

Well integrated with the natural savannah surroundings, the Angalia Tented Camp is a luxurious tented camp located in a green belt at the...
Well integrated with the natural savannah surroundings, the Angalia Tented Camp is a luxurious tented camp located in a green belt at the border of the Mikumi National Park.

Built using local material, the camp has been kept traditional with makuti roofs and tanga stone, and is a mere four hour drive from Dar es Salaam.

Accommodation is available in five spacious, and unique luxury tented chalets, each with an en-suite individual shower and bathroom, as well as a private balcony. All furniture has been made by local craftsmen using indigenous hard woods, such as mpingo ebony and mninga.

The on-site restaurant and bar offers both local Tanzanian dishes as well as international dishes, all made with fresh local ingredients. The bar offers a wide variety of hot and cold drinks.
from R3404

Lua Cheia Beach

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

African-Bali style with wooden floors in the bar and restaurant, antique and dhow-wood furniture, and soft sand under the tent floors all...
African-Bali style with wooden floors in the bar and restaurant, antique and dhow-wood furniture, and soft sand under the tent floors all conspire to give the 'barefoot' experience at this beach camp that guests seek to enjoy.

There are six large tents under thatched “bandas' with verandahs leading directly onto the private beach. The tents are spaced to take advantage of the sea breezes during the hot season, as well as the marvelous sunsets.

The proprietors have worked hard to keep the site as simple and undisturbed as possible while still providing all the necessary comforts. Each tent is equipped with a complete bathroom with solar showers. Energy for the tents is provided by solar panels and wind generation, allowing the beach camp to supply guests with 24 hour electricity without the need of a generator. The lights and ceiling fans are also energy efficient.

All the water from the showers and sinks support the constructed wetlands, providing controlled nutrition to a variety of plants. The toilets are low-flush, reducing water usage with the resulting waste being filtered into composting units, eliminating the need for septic tanks.

The stunning feature of the location is the nearly 3 km of private beach stretching in both directions. The sand is white and pure, and one can always swim despite tidal changes.

Situated on Mafia Island in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Tanzania, the complete isolation from any other tourist facility or commercial activity of any kind offers guests solitude, nature, and complete relaxation.
from R29000

Singita Sabora Tented Camp

Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

The romantic 1920s-styled Singita Sabora Tented Camp offers an out-of-Africa experience in the...
The romantic 1920s-styled Singita Sabora Tented Camp offers an out-of-Africa experience in the world-renowned Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Guests may indulge in gourmet cuisine in a lavish tented dining room after hot-air balloon game-viewing.

Six elegant tented suites offer modern luxuries with en-suite bathrooms, open-air showers and viewing decks. Reminiscent of a bygone era, Sabora Tented Camp dishes out lavish doses of romance, exploration and intrigue. Creating the feel of an extravagant tent, each canvas cocoon offers opulent luxury complete with antique mahogany travel chests, Persian rugs and silk curtains.

The main area of the camp offers a dining room, bar lounge with satellite television, DVD player, library, elevated viewing deck, and a swimming pool. Sip sundowners on the deck and gaze over the waterhole, you never know what you might see. At Sabora, we delight in creating delicious feasts using locally grown organic produce, coupled with vintage wines in surprise settings. Imagine dining beneath a lamp-lit acacia or under the boughs of a large sausage tree, with starlit skies and the distant chorus of nocturnal creatures.
from R35399
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Kwihala

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

SADC and Residents Special Rates   For travellers in search of true wilderness, Kwihala is a dream destination. Set in the Ruaha National Park, Tanzania’s new frontier in...
For travellers in search of true wilderness, Kwihala is a dream destination. Set in the Ruaha National Park, Tanzania’s new frontier in East African safari, this frontier-style camp offers unparalleled access to the park’s huge populations of wildlife. As diverse as the wildlife is the Ruaha eco-system, with highly experienced guides offering a rare chance to explore the park’s rich evergreen woodland, baobab forests and sweeping grasslands.
With just six elegantly comfortable en-suite tents, a stay at Kwihala offers an intimate safari experience. Daily game excursions, night drives and walking safaris offer a remarkable insight into the wild lands of Ruaha. At the end of the day, flickering lanterns and a crackling fire await guests, where adventures are shared and the next day’s discoveries dreamed of.

WHY CHOOSE KWIHALA CAMP?
• One of a handful of camps in wild, spectacular and exclusive Ruaha National Park –
the new safari frontier in East Africa.
• Ruaha is the size of Kruger National Park, has the wildlife density and diversity of
Kruger, but has less than 1% of the visitor numbers.
• High density of lion with 10% of the world lion population living in the park.
• Kwihala Camp is renowned for its exceptional guiding including walking safaris.
• A camp for true safari enthusiasts.
from R12254
Facing the snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro and the endless African savannah, Kambi ya Tembo offers...
Facing the snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro and the endless African savannah, Kambi ya Tembo offers fantastic views. The camp consists of 20 tents, each with private en-suite bathroom facilities. Sit and watch the natural world pass by from the ample sun decks. The semi-arid land of Sinya and Elerai offers an abundance of natural riches and is home to some of the largest elephants in East Africa.

Sinya, a private concession of about 600 square km, bordering Kenya at Amboseli National Park, offers spectacular landscapes with magnificent views of Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru, Ol Doinyo Longido and Ol Doinyo Orok. It is one of the few areas in Africa where huge elephant bulls, more than 50 years old, carrying tusks of considerable size, are regularly seen. These bulls, some of them living permanently in the zone together with herds of mothers and calves, used to migrate between the swamps of Amboseli National Park and the Acacia woodlands of the other side of the border in search of water and food. Most of them have been monitored by Cynthia Moss in Amboseli for more than 25 years, and form one of the healthiest and most balanced elephant populations of the whole African continent.

Masai bomas are sparsely scattered in Sinya, with a total population of no more than 2,000 people living in a huge area. These Masai are still living the traditional way and are not used to the commercial relationship with tourists that is common in more visited areas. They are spectacularly dressed, follow all the traditional ceremonies, and are very friendly. We have been able to develop a privileged relationship with them, and this Community Conservation Project benefits the Masai of Sinya.

Activities include game drives in open vehicles, walking safaris escorted by Masai warriors, and interaction with the local Masai including participation in ceremonies, if available.
from R6671

Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp

Sleeps 64 in 27 rooms

Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp is one of the most desired of the luxury camps in Northern Tanzania,...
Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp is one of the most desired of the luxury camps in Northern Tanzania, where the popular Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Manyara game reserves are located. The name ‘Manyara’ comes from the Masaai word ‘emanyara’ which is a euphorbia species of plant grown in a particular area. Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp is set in the exclusive wilderness surrounded by rugged hills of the rift valley escarpment. The camp lies in a gentle plain slope against a backdrop of brushwood hills.

The camp operates throughout the year, including the best period for wildlife spotting as well as bird-watching. On arrival, guests are taken by a four-wheel drive vehicle to a rough pathway, experiencing the safari itself to the camp. The entrance to the camp is via a pathway that leads through the lounge area, opening onto views of the fringes of the Hills and the Lake Manyara, which are within the grounds of Manyara National Park.

Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp offers accommodation in authentic tents and cottages, complete with modern necessities, located in the most enchanting wilderness and beauty within the view the National Park and Lake Manyara. The dining area is softly-lit by lamps and serves continental classics and contemporary Indian and traditional dishes with vegetables and herbs grown from the local villages.

Guests can enjoy, relax and watch TV in the upper floor of our dining area with a splendid view of the park and Lake Manyara. The swimming pool is located in front of the dining area and refreshing dips are perfect for cooling off after a day spent in the heat of the jungle. The experience of staying at Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp is fully focused on game viewing, especially the lions, giraffe, elephants and other wild animals.

The pure feeling of relaxation and serenity, a sensation that is nearly impossible to come by in busy, everyday life, can surely be felt in the camp. Dining out in the open-air restaurant overlooking the African bush is an opulent experience. The evening camp fire provides a welcome spot for pre-dinner drinks after a day of wildlife viewing. The camp also introduces, on request, night drives which will enable the vacationer to take part in the nocturnal nightlife activities of Manyara’s secretive creatures.
from R4357

Lemala Ndutu

Sleeps 27 in 9 rooms

Perched on the edge of a permanent marsh, Lemala Ndutu is the ultimate amphitheatre for the wildebeest migration between December and...
Perched on the edge of a permanent marsh, Lemala Ndutu is the ultimate amphitheatre for the wildebeest migration between December and April. Nine luxury tents of a very high specification are relocated from the Mara area of Northern Serengeti to this stunning Ndutu site, purely to capture the boundless drama that accompanies the migration.

Tucked away under large umbrella thorn acacias, Lemala Ndutu offers fantastic views of the marsh which attracts a large number of plains game and predators alike. The camp enjoys regular visits from the resident wildlife ranging from lions, leopards, cheetah and hyena to elephant and giraffe. Lions that hunt close to the camp are not uncommon.

Tents are appointed with large single- or king-size beds with warm duvets, wooden flooring with rugs, 24-hr solar lighting, en-suite bathrooms with dressing areas, flush toilets and great safari showers. All the tents are spacious and very comfortable.

The mess tent is beautifully furnished with grand sofas, lamps, bookshelves, corner cabinets in old wood, chests and rugs. In the evening, guests gather around the campfire for sundowners before dining under chandeliers, which is hosted by the camp manager.
from R15848
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Rhotia Valley Tented Lodge

Sleeps 34 in 15 rooms

Relax & Safari   With only fifteen en-suite tented houses the Rhotia Valley Tented Lodge offers intimate charm and...
With only fifteen en-suite tented houses the Rhotia Valley Tented Lodge offers intimate charm and personal service. By staying at Rhotia Valley Tented Lodge, you directly contribute to the wellbeing of the children of the adjacent Rhotia Valley Children’s Home. Quietly tucked away on the top of a hill in rural Africa and at the same time located in the very heart of the Northern Tanzania safari circuit Rhotia Valley Tented Lodge breathes the atmosphere of true Africa.

The lodge is built with indigenous hardwood and in traditional African style. It is in complete harmony with its surroundings. Yet, its spacious set up, personal and friendly service and its finishing touches, such as cosy sofas around the fireplace and warm decorative details, provide a perfectly balanced luxury.

With only fifteen individual tents, Rhotia Valley has an intimate charm. Each of the comfortable tented houses has its own veranda with splendid view. The bathroom is with hot and cold running water, shower and flush toilet.

Our veranda bar is fully stocked. In the open dining area, wonderful meals are served at your table. Of course any dietary wishes can be taken into account. Rhotia Valley’s experienced chefs use the very best and only fresh products. Most of the vegetables and all herbs are grown in our own vegetable garden.

Enjoy uninterrupted views of spectacular African sunsets. In the morning the sunrise over Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru. Accommodation at Rhotia Valley Tented Lodge is ideally positioned to offer the most discerning traveller a taste of Tanzania at its best. Swim in the warm afternoon sunshine in our new guest pool. Here, due to the high altitude, there are no mosquitoes to interrupt your quiet evenings.

Rhotia Valley Tented Lodge is the perfect base from which you can go on daytime safaris. It is centrally located between the nearby major National Parks in Northern Tanzania. Equipped with a rich and delicious lunchbox, lovingly prepared by our kitchen staff, you can have your picnic lunch at Lake Manyara, Lake Eyasi, Tarangire or Ngorongoro Crater. And of course you can make longer trips, for instance to the Serengeti or to another highlight: the Empakaai Crater in the northern Ngorongoro. And return to Rhotia Valley after a few days. We love to hear your stories.
from R3213
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