Game Lodges Around Tanzania

Sarova Salt-Lck Lodge
The absolutely unique architecture of Sarova Saltlick Lodge

Arusha Coffee Lodge:

Arusha Coffee Lodge is situated on the Burka Coffee estate, a working coffee plantation spanning some 2100 acres. The Lodge has 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 overlooking Mount Meru, and the plantation. With coffee roasters, and a fermentation plant on the estate, guests have the opportunity to observe the roasting process, taste coffee blends, and purchase fresh roasted beans.

The chalets are equipped with a mini bar, mosquito net, overhead fan, and room service is available. The Lodge also has a swimming pool, and relaxation spa. Optional activities include plantation tours, horse riding, mountain biking, and nature walks on the estate. The Lodge is a mere 2km from Arusha airport, and is thus well placed for guests who need to catch early morning flights.

Dik Dik Restaurant Hotel:

The Dik Dik Restaurant Hotel is situated at the foot of Mount Meru, half way between Arusha and Kilimanjaro International Airport. It is an ideal starting point for visitors eager to explore the splendours of the Tanzanian landscape with its rich flora and fauna. The hotel takes its name from the smallest gazelle in Africa, which lives on the nearby mountain slopes. The 18 double suites, each with en-suite bathrooms are equipped with a mini bar, fireplace and personal veranda with hammock.

Dik Dik offer a small conference room with standard equipment including overhead projectors, seating up to approximately 25 guests. The restaurant overlooks the beautiful grounds where guests can relax around the swimming pool. For bird and butterfly enthusiasts there is a viewing deck overlooking a small lake. Dik Dik has its own power supply, satellite telephone, fax, e-mail and Internet facilities and a modern water treatment plant.

Gibbs Farm:

Situated on a coffee farm, five kms from the town of Karatu and midway between Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Crater, Gibbs Farm is an old and homely colonial homestead that was once the heart of the surrounding coffee plantations. While coffee is still grown, processed and roasted on the farm, a vast ten acre fruit and organic vegetable garden provide nearly all  the fruit and vegetables served, for the great satisfaction of the guests, who wake up to fresh coffee, a multitude of flowers and breathtaking views.

The 19 twin rooms with en suite bathrooms are set among the gardens while the main facilities consisting of a sitting room, dining room and shop are situated in the old farmhouse. Gibbs Farm is an idyllic farmhouse with good home cooked meals, which provides an unusual stop on any safari. Day visits can be arranged for a small fee and include a gentle walk or tour of the plantation, followed by lunch.

Grumeti River Camp:

Nature's phenomenon of the annual migratory pattern of wildebeest and zebra from Tanzania to Kenya allows for some spectacular game viewing in the Serengeti National Park during the months of June and July. Nestled in a remote, untouched area of the western corridor of the Serengeti, on the by waters of the Grumeti River, is Grumeti River Camp. The riverine trees surrounding the camp are home to the black and white colobus monkey and a large variety of birds. From the oxbow pan in front of the camp, hippo floating amongst the water lilies welcome guests with loud grunts.

Ten spacious tents under thatch each have a viewing deck and en-suite hand basin, private w.c. and a shower open to the starlit sky. Furnished with vibrant décor the accommodation brings alive the excitement and romance of Africa. An open-fronted dining area, a lounge area and domed bar all in colourful décor with unusual beaded, antique artefacts make up the main guest area. There is also a plunge pool on the banks of the river and a spacious deck from which to enjoy sundowners whilst watching pods of hippo at play. A special feature is the sheltered boma where star-studded romantic dinners are served.

Twice daily game drives in open game viewing vehicles in the Serengeti National Park will bring guests close to game that abounds all year round, whilst keen birders almost always exceed their sighting targets. Day trips to lake Victoria for fishing can be arranged at an additional cost and subject to availability of vehicles.

Kikoti Safari Camp:

Kikoti Camp is situated in the Tarangire National Park, which is famous for it's massive Baobab trees and huge herds of elephants. Kikoti camp is named after a nearby, mile long stretch of Kopjes; these ancient boulders command views of epic proportions. To the north, the Rift Valley Escarpment and Ngorongoro Highlands rise above Lake Manyara; to the east are the Simanjiro Plains, which are the calving grounds for the migrating wildebeest herds.

To the north and east Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru can be seen on clear days. The camp has been designed to blend in with its environment and the eight luxury mobile tents have been sited amongst the natural features of this landscape.

The large twin bedded tents are individually sited and furnished with wooden beds, coffee tables, chairs, camp style wardrobes, wash basins and an en suite toilet and shower. The main area is a large dinning tent where all meals are served. The camps activities focus on the natural environment and the emphasis is on wildlife, culture, walking and observing the wilderness. Rock paintings play a significant role in the teachings of culture. Game drives are done at night to seek out nocturnal animals. Hides have been erected overlooking waterholes, an exciting way to view animals close up.

Kirawira Safari Lodge:

Kirawira is situated on a hilltop that overlooks the vast plains of the Western Serengeti. The building style and furniture have been brought from the Victorian era and the open-sided architecture of public areas keep the guests constantly in touch with nature. The dining room, lounge and bar area are situated in a large tent with raised wood flooring.

Accommodation comprises 25 tents that all have a sweeping view of the Serengeti plains, an en suite bathroom with shower only facilities, and a private balcony. The tents are also equipped with a dressing table and writing table, a wardrobe, shaver outlet and mirror, his and hers bathroom vanities, a small table and chairs on the viewing deck and hammocks on request.

Daily game drives are done on the vast grasslands of the Serengeti where a variety of animals roam, including the big five. Guests visiting Kirawira may even be treated to one of the biggest wildlife spectacles on earth, the annual great migration of millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle. The lodge has built it's own game viewing blinds on the banks of the Grumeti River, from which guests can view the great Grumeti crocodiles and other game that may visit the river for a drink. The lodge also offers walking safaris, bush dining and sundowners. Fishing trips to Lake Victoria can be arranged at an extra charge.

Kirurumu Tented Camp:

Kirurumu Tented Camp is a luxury-tented camp built upon the Gregorian Escarpment of the Great Rift Valley. The location yields a spectacular panoramic view of Lake Manyara, Mount Losimongori and miles of seemingly untouched Africa. The lodge takes its name from a Bantu word meaning 'echoing waters' of a nearby river. The well-spaced tents are private and secluded and each is raised on a base of natural stone and a private verandah. Accommodation is simple yet spacious and luxurious.

The tents are furnished with twin or double beds, soft bedside lighting, a writing table and an en suite bathroom with a flush toilets and shower. There is one honeymoon tent. Meals are served in an airy hilltop dining room and the bar, which has a very friendly atmosphere is situated just a short walk away. The camp offers morning walks, mountain biking trails and game drives into the Lake Manyara National Park.

Klein's Camp:

Tanzania is synonymous with the Serengeti National Park and its famed wildebeest and zebra migration. On the northeastern border of this National Park is a 10 000 hectare private concession, land that, historically, was given to a park warden by the Maasai as thanks for his dedication. Within this concession, perched on the edge of the Kuka Hills, affording breath-taking views, is Klein's Camp.

Ten intimate cottages of local rock and thatch each have en-suite shower, twin hand basins and w.c. and a private terrace overlooking the valley below. Klein's Camp rooms have rich wooden floors and the light coloured fabrics make the interiors cool and serene.

The dining room boasts a large open fireplace and a short walk from there is the large bar / lounge area, which has a central fireplace and is beautifully furnished. Both these areas have a sweeping view of the valley and its surrounding hills. A swimming pool with leisure deck is tucked into the hillside. A curio shop stocked with locally made Maasai craft can be found near the Reception area.

Activities include morning and afternoon game drives in open game viewing vehicles with Maasai trackers. The afternoon game drives, which continue after sunset with the aid of a spotlight, give the opportunity of meeting up with nocturnal predators. Afternoon guided walks along the quartzite hills allow one to marvel at the scenery whilst sipping sundowners at the crest of the hill before returning to the comforts of the camp.

Kusini Tented Camp:

Situated on a rock outcrop (Kopje) in the Serengeti National Park, Kusini is a permanent tented camp, created specifically to have only minimal impact on the delicate environment. Each of Kusini's nine tents feature private showers and terraces overlooking the plains. Guests gather for meals in the dining tent, which includes an intimate library, lounge and verandah.

Activities include intimate walking excursions and exclusive game drives. Kusini is located in the path of the annual wildebeest migration, and together with your local guide you can be guaranteed a true African safari experience. Additional activities, at no extra cost, include sundowner cocktails among the kopje boulders or even a picturesque bush breakfast.

Lake Manyara Tree Lodge:

Set in the heart of a mahogany forest, the Lodge takes the place of Maji Moto Tented Camp in Tanzania's unique Lake Manyara National Park. The Park nestles at the base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment, and is noted for its incredible beauty. Surprisingly varied vegetation sustains a wealth of wildlife. Lake Manyara Tree Lodge accommodation comprises 10 stilted tree houses, cradled in the boughs of Mahogany trees, with an outdoor shower, bath, and double basins.

Guest areas are intimate and cosy, and overlook a forest boma, and interactive kitchen. The lakeshore Sala is a unique setting for dinners, picnics, and sundowners. The craft shop features community work. Activities include interpretive guided nature walks in the forest, along a perennial river down to the lakeshore - escorted by Maasai askaris, forest birding walks (the area has upwards of 400 species), and game drives.

Maji Moto Camp:

In the eastern region of Tanzania the Great Rift Valley is at its most impressive. The rock escarpment drops some 500 metres down to the glassy surface of Lake Manyara. The Manyara National Park, famed for its tree-climbing lion, is made up of acacia woodlands, grassy floodplains and verdant groundwater forests and is home to an incredible diversity of birds, especially waterfowl, as well as antelope, primates and predators.

Taking its name from the nearby hot springs, Maji Moto is located on the remote south western shore of Lake Manyara. Ten classic safari tents are nestled within a small evergreen forest of Mahogany, Wild Mango and Fig trees. Each tent has an en-suite shower, hand basin and w.c. and is equipped with electrical outlets and mosquito netting.

The tented dining area is open sided, as is the separate lounge/bar area, which allows one tranquil views over the lake. At night, under a canopy of stars, dinner is served in the sheltered boma (reed walled enclosure). Morning and afternoon game drives are conducted in open game viewing vehicles, with experienced guides, through the Manyara National Park. Picnic lunches on the shore of the lake can be arranged and sundowners can be enjoyed at scenic sites.

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge:

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge is located at the edge of the Mto Wa Mbu escarpment and overlooks the Great Rift Valley and wide expanse of the Manyara soda lake. The areas abundant bird life inspired the design of Lake Manyara Serena Lodge - swooping curves are complimented by soft, geometric patterns and striking murals depict bird migration patterns. The circular shape of the buildings is a tribute to the indigenous architectural traditions. Each of the 67 spacious rooms has an en suite bathroom with shower only facilities and a private verandah with spectacular view of Lake Manyara.

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge:

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge is located at the edge of the Mto Wa Mbu escarpment and overlooks the Great Rift Valley and wide expanse of the Manyara soda lake. The areas abundant bird life inspired the design of Lake Manyara Serena Lodge - swooping curves are complimented by soft, geometric patterns and striking murals depict bird migration patterns. The circular shape of the buildings is a tribute to the indigenous architectural traditions. Each of the 67 spacious rooms has an en suite bathroom with shower only facilities and a private verandah with spectacular view of Lake Manyara.

The lodge's main area includes a dining room with indoor and outdoor seating, a bar, lounge, curio shop and a small meeting room. An outdoor swimming pool is available for guests to relax in after a day on safari. The lodge has four Land cruisers that descend into the Lake Manyara reserve at three scheduled times daily.  The lodge also offers guided bird walks daily; these are complimentary and lead by the resident naturalist. Ach evening after dinner, guests may choose to have their coffee or drinks around the 'campfire' where frequently there are musings to entertain them.

Migration Camp:

This luxury-tented camp is situated in the Northern Serengeti, overlooking the Grumeti River and migratory route of the Serengeti wildebeest. All of the 20 tents with en suite shower and w/c are positioned on raised platforms, with sweeping views of the Grumeti River from their private balconies. The intimate honeymoon tent has an open-air spa bath and is nestled privately behind a wild fig tree.

The central dining area, bar and library are all positioned atop a series of cantilevered decks, maximising the views of the game plains below. The fresh water swimming pool is the perfect place for a refreshing swim after a day's safari, and the surrounding sun deck is wonderful for afternoon Serengeti sundowners. The legendary bush cuisine combines an amazing variety of local tastes, with al fresco picnic lunches or special campfire barbeques.

Mnemba Island Lodge:

The name Zanzibar conjures up heady aromas of cloves, cinnamon and other exotic spices and images of dhows with billowing sails carrying vibrant cotton cloths crossing the Indian Ocean. A 45-minute drive from Zanzibar Airport or Stone Town brings one to a deserted beach from where an open ski boat transfers one to the Mnemba Island beach, some 20 minutes northeast of Zanzibar.

The private Mnemba Island is 1.5km in circumference and is surrounded by coral reef. Ten ' Banda', built of indigenous woven palm matting with palm leaves used as thatch, have direct access onto the white sandy beaches.

The 'bandas' have adjacent facilities of hot and cold-water showers, w.c. and hand basin, ceiling fans and a spacious outdoor verandah. The guest areas are all open-sided and comprise of dining room and lounge/bar area with a small library that has books, games and magazines.

The atmosphere is relaxed and informal. Sun loungers are placed on the beach in front of each 'Banda' from where guests can enjoy snorkelling, windsurfing, kayaking and scuba diving. Between December and May is turtle season when these pre-historic creatures can be seen in the water and on the beaches. Deep-sea fishing and diving courses are available at additional cost.

A walk around the island reveals a variety of sea birds whilst snorkelling amongst the coral reefs introduces one to the magnificent colourful aquatic world. Mnemba Island is closed annually from 1st April to 31st May inclusive.

Mountain Village Lodge:

Mountain Village Lodge is situated only 15kms from Arusha and is therefore an ideal venue for both the travelling businessman or as a start or finishing point for any safari. The 46 'rondavel' style thatched huts are clustered together to give the impression of small individual Masai villages.

Set in lush botanical gardens overlooking Lake Duluti, wonderful water features complement the indigenous flowers and bird life abounds. All huts are en-suite with shower, mosquito nets and a private verandah.

The main public area is in an old colonial house, which has been tastefully adapted and the central Fountain Restaurant serves organically grown fresh products. A roof terrace allows guests to enjoy panoramic views of Mt Kilimanjaro, Lake Duluti and Mt Meru. Recreational activities include guided bird watching walks around Lake Duluti, horse riding or traditional dancing on the lawns in the afternoon. A small curio shop is located near reception for guest's convenience.

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge:

At the eastern edge of the Serengeti, and nearly three million years old, the ancient caldera of the once-volcanic Ngorongoro shelters the most beautiful wildlife haven left on earth. Perched on the edge of the ancient crater rim, the architectural masterpiece of the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is a magnificent return to the noble elegance of the travelling colonials.

Inspired in design by the Masai manyatta, three separate camps remember a bygone era. The lodge is composed of separate camps, each consisting of just six to twelve suites. Each sumptuous suite is discreetly tended by a personal butler, who will bring you tea in bed, stoke your fireplace and even draw your bath, scattering the water with rose petals, ready for your return from your safari and lavish picnic on the crater floor.

Under the soaring banana thatch roof, suede, velvet, silk and taffeta establish the decadence of the bedroom while Zanzibari carving and chandeliers (hand-made by the Maasai) float above a central stone-clad bath. All of this however, remains subordinate to the magnificence of the verdant crater that pours through the window of every room. The three intimate camps at Ngorongoro Crater Lodge are totally private ensuring ultimate guest exclusivity.

The public areas at each of the camps have awe-inspiring views of the crater below and beyond and include a central dining area, lounge and curio shop. An outdoor dining and/or viewing deck has been suspended seemingly above the crater rim and captures the renowned breathtaking African sunsets over the crater. Each of the lounges has a wonderful selection of books and wildlife magazines.

Activities include scheduled morning or afternoon game drives in the Ngorongoro Crater in closed game viewing vehicles. Additional activities available at and additional cost and subject to availability of vehicles include visits to Olduvai Gorge, Shifting Sands or a Maasai village.

Lake Eyasi Sundowners (provided at an additional rate):

  • The Guests are taken to the sundowner spot by their Driver Guides
  • The site is spectacular and overlooks Lake Eyasi - it boasts magnificent views & the sunsets are remarkable
  • It can be quite cold as the sun goes down - so gusts are encouraged to bring their jackets
  • On arrival the guests are met with warm, rose petal towels
  • The Crater Lodge sets up brightly coloured shukka's on the grass - with cushions for comfort.
  • A table is set; complete with roses, with Bloody Mary's, Gin & tonics, white & red wine.
  • Snacks are served - crispy prawns, mixed African root chips, popadums & dips
  • The guests are served cocktails & snacks while watching the sunset behind the hills.
  • When the sun has set - guests are escorted back to the Lodge.

Maasai Evening (at an additional rate):

The Maasai of Tanzania still live very much as they did thousands of years ago, herding cattle, sheep, goats, and existing in harmony with their peaceful environment. The beauty and strength of this culture, the Vitality of these people, their unique traditions and rituals, has inspired the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge when creating African theatre for guests!

In the distance a chanting can be heard - the guests have been gathered around fires on the North Camp lawn. Maasai Morani and Siangikies line the pathway from North Camp to South Camp - their flares illuminating the path for the guests to follow. The Maasai perform on the South Camp lawn - they incorporate song & dance into all their ceremonies. The jumping competition begins - 'en'du'ma'taa' - the Morani compete while the women sing.

African snacks are served at South Camp, around warm fires. Flavoured vodka's are served: chilli, vanilla, mango and more. After the Maasai performance  guests are led back to their camp to enjoy a Maasai feast. Platters of Whole roast suckling pigs, enormous skewers of beef, turkey and lamb are presented on the buffet, and the Butlers are there to serve.

There is an option of Turndown gifts on this occasion - at an additional cost:

  • Maasai shukka's
  • Maasai knives
  • Maasai beaded necklaces (Esosi)

Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge:

Ngare Sero is situated on the slopes of Mount Meru only a half hour's drive from Kilimanjaro International Airport or Arusha Airport. Meaning sweet water, Ngare Sero is named for the spring born in the forest beside the lodge. Originally a turn of the century German farmhouse, thick walls, heavy timber beams and period décor impart comfort and charm. The Lodge offers eight large double room in the gardens, and in the farmhouse a further two private suites with private lounge and balcony. Each of the 10 rooms has en suite facilities [and provides personal service to all guests].

Meals are enjoyed in the central dining room in the main house, where after guests can retire to the lounge with its open fire. The gardens contain a profusion of trees and flowers, with over 200 species of bird recorded and in the forest colobus and Sykes monkeys. The keen angler can try his hand at still-water fly-fishing for specimen trout. Guests can relax around the swimming pool or simply sit on the verandah where, on a clear day, you can see the snow capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Set in lush gardens amid forest and crystal clear waters on the slopes of Mount Meru, Ngare Sero is the ideal base for a safari. The snows of Kilimanjaro form a splendid backdrop and a sundowner on the verandah while watching the changing colours of the glaciers is an unforgettable experience. The lodge was created from a farmhouse built at the turn of the century. It has just ten rooms and provides personal service to Lodge residents only. Thick walls, heavy timber beams and period decor impart comfort and charm.

The gardens contain a profusion of trees and flowers, two hundred species of birds have been recorded and troupes of colobus monkeys inhabit the forest and grounds. The keen angler can try his hand at still-water fly-fishing for specimen trout. Arusha National Park is close and Kilimanjaro International Airport is just half-an-hour away.

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge:

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is built into the rim of a dormant and collapsed volcano (known as a caldera). Ngorongoro Crater is the world's largest intact caldera, with over 20 000 animals making this their permanent home. The lodge, with its plant and ivy covered native stonewalls, blends quietly into the surroundings. There are 75 guest rooms all with en-suite showers and most have a private terrace. Due to the prevailing cool climate in the region, the lounge and dining room are set indoors, with large picture glass windows providing excellent views of the crater.

All the main areas are complimented by log fires, which enhance the atmosphere. The hotels unique design continues into the restaurant and bar, with magnificent examples of prehistoric cave paintings etched into the walls. The full service lounge has an outdoor balcony with a fixed telescope for guests' enjoyment. Activities available from the lodge include full day trips into the caldera, visits to a local Masai village or perhaps a visit to the famous Olduvai Gorge, the 'birthplace of man', all at an additional cost.

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge:

Located on Lemala Hill on the eastern rim of Ngorongoro Crater, Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is the only tourist development on the previously undisturbed eastern access road to the crater. The Ngorongoro Crater is the world's largest intact caldera and is the permanent home to over 20 000 animals. Each of the 92 suites have splendid views of the crater and are fully carpeted and heated by oil fired central heating. The fully tiled bathrooms are equipped with bath, shower, w/c, hairdryer and shaver socket.

Each suite has a 'solarium' with comfortable rocking chairs and a small private lounge with writing desk. Both the bar and dining area have large picture windows with sweeping views of the crater. A small coffee shop in the main lobby provides tea and coffee to guests from morning until evening. Two guest shops are also situated in the lobby and offer a wide selection of curios and gifts. A 2500sq ft conference facility is available for meetings or private functions. Although activities are not included in the nightly rates, the hotel is able to assist with arranging excursions at an additional cost.

Oldonyo Orok Lodge:

Oldonyo Orok lies at 5100 ft in a tranquil and scenic area on the eastern foothills of Mt Meru adjacent to Arusha National Park. The lodge is nesteled in an acacia forest with magnificent views of both Mt Meru and Mt Kilimanjaro. There are only 17 en-suite rooms decorated in style with a combination of old colonial style and African art. The 3 spacious houses that comprise the lodge were originally built for the actor Hardy Kruger after the filming of the John Wayne film 'Hatari'.

There are numerous wild giraffe around the lodge browsing on the abundant acacia trees and buffalo, warthog, bushbuck, waterbuck, dik dik and elephant are all seen grazing and browsing around the lodge. There is also an abundance of birdlife and the calls of genet cats and bush babies are often heard in the evenings.

Rubondo Island Camp:

Rubondo Island Camp is situated on Rubondo Island, in the southwest of Lake Victoria. This 240km² island provides an unforgettable experience for visitors to Tanzania, combining the breathtaking natural beauty of a forest refuge with the relaxing tranquility of sandy lakeshore beaches.

Each of the camps 10 luxury tents with spacious en suite bath and dressing room, have windows on all sides and instead of zips, has their own entrance door. An outcrop of rocks amidst scattered trees provides the perfect setting for the restaurant and bar, offering a splendid view of the lake and bay. A swimming pool is located conveniently close to the bar, among the palm trees.

Activities available on the island (and may be subject to an extra charge) include forest walks, boat excursions, bird watching and fishing. Fishing is extremely popular and fees are payable locally to park authorities. For those guests who wish to remain in the camp, a small library provides several games for your enjoyment.

Sand Rivers Selous Safari Lodge:

Situated on the banks of the Rufiji River in the Selous Game Reserve, Sand Rivers offers a unique combination of adventure, comfort and exclusivity. Situated in the north of the Reserve, Sand Rivers' concession area provides exclusive entry to one of the most interesting and varied eco zones of the Selous. The area contains one of the few remaining populations of Black Rhino and provides the exhilarating opportunity of tracking them on foot.

This small luxury lodge comprises eight individually designed cottages with en suite bathrooms. Each cottage has a view of the wide sand-banked river with its Hippo, Crocodile and bird life. Near the dining area a large Baobab tree shades the swimming pool. A wide range of activities are on offer including game drives in open vehicles, walking, fly-camping and boating on the Rufiji River and Lake Tagalala.

Sea Cliff Hotel:

The Sea Cliff Hotel is ideally situated on the North Eastern point of the Msasani Peninsula, close to the Dar es Salaam city center. Beautifully finished and exquisitely furnished, the hotel boasts 86 rooms including standard and executive rooms. All rooms are en suite and have satellite television, international direct dial telephones, tea & coffee making facilities, mini bar and hairdryers. Casual meals can be enjoyed at the Karambezi Café, situated on the edge of the coral cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Alternatively guests can visit the Little India Restaurant, offering a wide array of specialized regional delicacies. A fully serviced business center is available for all executive support and there are small meeting rooms and larger fully equipped conference rooms for all meeting requirements. A newly built entertainment centre provides entertainment for the whole family with the extremely popular Cosmic Bowling Alley. For additional entertainment Sea Cliff Hotel has a casino.

Selous Safari Camp:

The Selous Safari Camp is located in the northeastern sector of the Selous Game Reserve. The area is the most densely populated game area in the Selous and game viewing from one's tent is often spectacular. Located on the banks of the mighty Rufiji River, the 12 spacious tents are mounted on wooden platforms and have been strategically placed to ensure maximum privacy. Each tent has en-suite basin and w/c facilities with an outdoor shower and lighting is solar powered. The camp has a bar and dining area, which caters for all guest requirements.

Selous Safari Camp activities include game drives in open four-wheel drive vehicles, boat trips, walking with an armed guide, fishing for cat and tiger fish and excursions to the local village. For those guests who do not wish to leave the camp, relaxing by the swimming pool is an ideal way to spend the afternoon.

Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge:

Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge is set high on a hill with breathtaking vistas of sweeping grasslands and the unspoiled wilderness landscape of the Serengeti plains. The Serengeti is a natural paradise and home to one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on, the annual migration of Wildebeest, Zebra and Gazelle.

The lodge is inspired by a traditional African village, separate rondavel 'huts' house the luxury guest rooms that have their own view of the vast Serengeti plains. A delightful water feature runs through the main public areas and towards the restaurant, dining and bar area guests are let through open corridors with rich Africa carving and high roofs.

Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge also has a boutique where curios, clothes and a variety of other items can be bought. There are 66 guest rooms all with en suite showers and a private balcony. The uniquely crafted bedroom units maximize the use of local materials in order to blend in with the surroundings. The lodge offers morning and afternoon game drives, a swimming pool with a panoramic view of the plains below and for an extra change guests can enjoy a balloon safari.

Sheraton Dar es Salaam Hotel:

Sheraton Dar es Salaam is situated only 12 kms from Dar es Salaam International Airport and in the heart of the business district. The hotel has 251 rooms, including a Presidential Suite and Executive Floor with it's own lounge. Each room has an en suite bathroom with bath and shower, w/c and hair dryer and shaver socket. The hotel has two restaurants, one offering international cuisine with a different theme each night and the second being a more informal steakhouse.

Additional facilities include a snack bar by the swimming pool, a sports bar and a fully equipped health club. The Sheraton has seven meeting rooms accommodating up to 550 delegates and a marquee tent in the gardens accommodating up to 450 delegates. All rooms have wireless connection to the internet.

Swala Camp:

Swala Camp is nestled in a beautiful, acacia forest enclave at the edge of the gently rolling savannah in the southwest corner of the Tarangire National Park. Each of the nine private, permanent tents feature en suite bathrooms with showers and terraces overlooking the bush and the Gurusi swamps. Tarangire is believed to have some of the largest herds of Elephants in Africa, as well as more than 300 species of breeding birds.

Swala is the only camp in this section of the National park, affording guests private game viewing opportunities in open four-wheel drive vehicles with expert guides. For an intimate and interactive introduction to the local culture, additional excursions to a nearby local village school, which is funded by the camp, are available.

Tarangire Sopa Lodge:

Tarangire Sopa Lodge is located on the eastern side of the Tarangire River in Tarangire National Park. Only an hour's easy drive from Arusha, Tarangire is one of Tanzania's most accessible game parks. Home to 3500 resident elephant and several species of wildlife, Tarangire is becoming recognised as an area of remarkable beauty with rewarding game viewing.

Tarangire Sopa Lodge has 75 suites, each with en-suite shower, w/c, bidet, hair dryer and shaver socket. Floor to ceiling sliding doors open on to a private balcony and a comfortably furnished lounge affords guests extra privacy.

From the bar and dining room, situated on opposite sides of the lobby, guests are treated to wonderful views of the National Park. An outside terrace, off the dining room, allows guests to enjoy sundowner cocktails in the evening and is the ideal venue for a private dinner.

The swimming pool is imaginatively designed and features an island bar and barbecue area. Guests will be unable to resist a cooling dip in the afternoon before their game drives. A 300 sq ft fully equipped conference facility is available for meetings and private functions. The hotel do not have a fleet of vehicles and therefore do not offer game activities in their nightly rates.

Tarangire Tree Tops:

Located in the Tarangire Conservation Area, only eight kms from Arusha, Tarangire Treetops is an innovative and original property. The 20 giant thatched tree houses are built upon platforms amongst a cluster of Baobab, Mopani and Wild Fig Trees. Each tree house has an en suite shower and w/c together with a lounge area and private verandah. The rooms 'walls' are in fact flaps, which can be rolled up to create the feel of a true open tree house. Together with the mosquito nets over each bed and the plush duvets, you may never wish to leave the confines of your room.

The 'Baobab Bar' is built around a gracious old Baobab and guests can enjoy cocktails whilst watching the incredible Tarangire sunsets. Leading off the bar, the dining area with its thatched roof and open sides is the perfect setting for the excellent cuisine served. Due to being located outside the Tarangire National Park Treetops is able to offer activities such as foot safaris, night drives and mountain bike trails at an additional cost.

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