A bountiful land teeming with African wildlife, flourishing ecosystems and remarkable mountain ranges, Tanzania will forever be imprinted on your heart.

From vast savannah grasslands to towering mountains, exotic beaches to marshy wetlands, friendly locals to world-famous locations, Tanzania has everything and more. It is the ultimate safari destination, an untouched paradise with unique offerings across its reserves, conservation areas, and marine and national parks.

Here you will experience an African adventure like no other. Notably, the natural spectacle of the great wildebeest migration and the grandiosity of Mount Kilimanjaro will leave you in awe. You’re also guaranteed to witness herds of elephants in their hundreds, get up-close-and-personal with habituated chimpanzees, visit a World Heritage Site, cruise never-ending lakes, spot the Big Five (and lots more wildlife) on game drive safaris, marvel at the flourishing birdlife, soak up the star-studded skies and gaze at the endless vistas of grass plains.

The local Maasai people will eagerly welcome you, displaying hospitality beyond compare. Visit villages and markets to encounter the genuine warmth and kindness of the local culture of this magnificent country.

 

 

Accommodation in Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge

On the outskirts of the bustling city of Arusha, Arusha Coffee Lodge is a perfect haven of relaxation before or after any East African safari. Located about one hour from Kilimanjaro Airport and a 10–15 minutes’ drive from small Arusha Airport, it’s a beautiful, serene place with magnificent gardens surrounded by evergreen coffee fields and a backdrop of Mount Meru. Just 30 gracious plantation-style bungalows radiate out from the original homestead, which dates back to the early 1900s. Each spacious bungalow is well appointed, featuring beautiful African decor and is warmed in winter by an atmospheric open fireplace. An excellent…

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Azura Selous

Azura Selous – in Tanzania's Selous National Park – is a window into the wild, untrammelled Africa that so enchanted early explorers. This vast World Heritage Site has a remoteness that ensures it is Africa’s largest undisturbed wilderness area and thus far more exclusive than its more famous African relatives. As one of just two lodges in this vast, untamed section of the park, Azura Selous guarantees its guests exclusivity and the solitude to savour their safari experience. While in the rainy season the Selous may at first resemble a vast English country estate with lush green grass beneath majestic shade…

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Chada Katavi

Stylish simplicity rules at tranquil Chada Katavi, where the six East African safari tents feature large wide-open fronts, perfect for admiring the expansive views and spotting the many wild animals that wander past. You’ll have the place virtually to yourselves – this is the perfect spot to lose yourself in the wonders of the natural world. The safari tents are spacious, airy and comfortable, with panoramic views of the plain and the animal life that constantly comes and goes. In fact, you often don't have to leave your big tent veranda to see game of all kinds. Elephant and monkeys…

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Greystoke Mahale

Your days at Greystoke Mahale are spent soaking up the myriad wild pleasures of your pristine surroundings. As well as the chimps, the forest is home to nine species of primate and many other animals, including bushbuck, bush pig and a rich variety birds and butterflies. Spend the morning chimp trekking or hiking gentle trails in the beautiful forest, cooling off in one of the many waterfalls or rock pools. Lake Tanganyika is also a tranquil playground: start the day with a dawn kayak trip to watch the sun rising over the mountains or relax with an afternoon dhow cruise,…

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Lamai Serengeti

At first sight, the Kogakurla Kopje looks wild and undisturbed, the rocks and trees piled high overlooking Tanzania’s northern Serengeti plains towards the Mara River. Discreetly tucked among the boulders and designed to blend in, Lamai Serengeti is an outpost of luxury, where each secluded room enjoys spectacular views and complete privacy. It’s a peaceful refuge where you can relax beside the natural rock swimming pool, or on your deck with binoculars in between game drives, and soak up the raw and tranquil wilderness and vast African skies. Steps and winding pathways connect each room to the main lodge (you’re…

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Lemala Ewanjan Tented Camp

Central Serengeti’s Seronera Valley teems with game making this an excellent safari destination all year round, but things get even more exciting twice a year, when the annual wildebeest migration passes through. Lemala Ewanjan brings you the best of all safari worlds: it has staggering views across the game-filled plains but is thoughtfully sited at the end of a blind valley to maximise privacy. The ambience is one of low-key luxury, with all the traditional safari comforts you could expect in the African savannah plains. The 12 tented suites are the epitome of safari luxury, with spectacular views of the…

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Lemala Ngorongoro Tented Camp

Lemala Ngorongoro captures the age-old romance of traditional African safaris, with airy wooden-floored canvas tents beautifully draped and furnished with timeless appeal. The 12 large canvas tents have been designed for minimal environmental impact and to ensure maximum privacy for each guest. Each mosquito-proof tent includes two queen-size beds with warm winter duvets, hot water bottles and gas heaters for cooler nights, as well as an en-suite bathroom with a dressing area, flush toilet, roomy safari-style shower and plentiful running water. Wooden storage cabinets, 24-hour solar lighting and outside deck loungers from which to enjoy early morning tea or coffee…

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Matemwe Beach House

Privacy and exclusivity are the order of the day at this traditional three-roomed villa, making it the perfect tropical escape for families or groups looking for a secluded slice of Zanzibar’s beautiful coastline. Blissful Matemwe Beach, with its shallow, coral-fringed lagoon, is ideal for a tropical beach holiday – exactly what you need after a busy game-viewing safari. Just off the coast is the world-famous Mnemba Atoll, said to provide some of the best diving and snorkelling on the continent. The warm turquoise waters off these coral reefs provide mesmerising sightings of bright reef fish, turtles and dolphin, while the…

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Namiri Plains

This elegant and understated tented camp blends seamlessly into the vast sweeping landscape of Tanzania’s eastern Serengeti, a totally unspoilt grassland area that had previously been closed to the public for 20 years to conserve the cheetah population. Now the intimate Namiri Plains is the only camp within an hour’s drive, which makes for exclusive and undisturbed game viewing with exceptional sightings of lion prides and the re-established cheetah. Luxury and simplicity are the watchwords in the eight high-ceilinged en-suite tents. Everything is of the highest quality but with a minimalist approach to decor: all the practical comforts are present…

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Roho ya Selous

With just eight tented suites, each with air-cooling systems over your bed to ensure a peaceful night’s sleep in the hotter months, Roho ya Selous strikes the perfect balance between comfort and adventure. Mixing indoor and outdoor living, it is the perfect space for some quiet contemplation to complement your adventures out on safari. Tucked away beneath the trees, the eight stretch canvas tents are set far apart to maximise privacy. The tents – which include one two-bedroom family tent that can accommodate a family of five – are stylish and spacious, measuring an impressive 60m² inside. Thoughtful details include…

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Singita Mara River

Taking tented bush safaris to a new level of comfort, Singita blends sustainable tourism with its hallmark level of chic design and excellent service at Mara River. The first permanent camp within the remote Lamai triangle in the far north of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, it shares the game-rich 400km2 with a select few temporary camps only during the months of the migration, when the vast herds of wildebeest congregate to cross the Mara River. At the right time of year, they are even close enough for you to see, smell and hear the dramatic action from the camp itself.…

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Singita Sabora

An air of old-world glamour pervades the palatial canvas spread of Singita Sabora. The romance of Out of Africa combines with contemporary comfort in this enviably luxurious safari destination, which shares the wide 140 000-hectare expanse of the private Grumeti reserves adjoining the Serengeti National Park only with Singita’s exclusive lodge and two further intimate camps. Excellent year-round game-viewing culminates in the months of the Great Migration – there’s never a dull moment on safari in this incredibly beautiful and remote corner of Tanzania. Lavish is the only word for the huge, beautifully furnished tented suites, starting with the four-poster bed through…

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Singita Sasakwa Lodge

Singita’s Sasakwa Lodge is built on a grand scale, evoking the unapologetic luxury of a bygone era of African safaris and bringing every imaginable comfort to a wild unspoilt stretch of Tanzania. Set on a rocky promontory in Singita’s Grumeti Reserves on the northern edge of the Serengeti, the magnificent lodge overlooks sweeping vistas of endless plains in prime viewing country for the legendary wildebeest migration, with a year-round abundance of the Big Five, plains game and big cats. Total privacy and seclusion are the watchwords in the luxurious stone cottages. Four-poster king-size beds draped in fine linen look through…

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Tarangire Treetops Lodge

If you’re enticed by the idea of a treehouse safari, the Tarangire Treetops Lodge, nestled in a beautiful, private reserve just outside the Tarangire National Park, is the place to visit. Upon arrival, you will be warmly greeted by the Maasai locals and ushered into the exquisite main lodge, which is built around an ancient baobab tree. The lodge offers a communal lounge with comfortable sofas for all guests to relax in, as well as an upscale bar and dining area, which looks out across the inviting swimming pool and beyond over the vast grasslands. Guests can also opt to…

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