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Your safari in Tanzania will bring you undoubtedly to the Selous Game Reserve and we at Selous Wilderness Camp ensure that you become part of it and enjoy the freedom of untamed terrain, the electrifying roar of a lion, the exhilarating flight of animal survival and the luxury of no human restraints.
Situated on the banks of the mighty Rufiji River, the Camp provide guests with tranquil lounging and dining areas, seven authentic safari tents offer spacious and unexpected refined accommodation. Designed to mirror the natural surroundings it allows views and sounds of the Rufiji and protected Selous Game Reserve from your tent to your dining, swimming and resting areas. Contemporary colonial joins rustic safari effortlessly – this is where the elegant and unrefined unite with the wild, a true haven away from home.Tucked safely away from the mainstream safari route the Selous Wilderness Camp, located on the southern shores of the Rufiji River, offers attentive, yet unpretentious personalized service, exquisite dining and fantastic tents with amazing views of the Rufiji River and its wildlife.
The lodge allows its guests to experience magnificent sights and enjoy interaction with the land and animals difficult to find elsewhere, whilst at the same time enjoying the highest level of cuisine and hospitality.
Shu’mata is a Maasai word meaning ‘heaven’ or 'above the clouds'.How fitting for this beautiful camp located at the foot of Kilimanjaro, deep in traditional Masai land, in an area known as the South or Private Amboseli. Five large tents, form a line on a hill with magnificent views in all directions. At the front of the property, bush savannah melts into the slopes of Kilimanjaro, towering above into the blue skies of Africa, so close that on a moonlit night, details of the glaciers can be visible.The Mess Tent is divided into three different sections representing a safari through time: from vintage to safari baroque to Arabian Nights. It’s the perfect spot to relax while outside under the open sky, whilst a fireplace adds a true feeling of adventure and safari romance.Seasonally the surrounding savannah bush teams with wildlife: herds of elephant, eland, zebra, wildebeest and Oryx as well as Grants and Thompson Gazelle. But at Shu'mata, there is more on offer than game alone. Here the emphasis is placed upon how the wildlife and local Maasai live together and about making the most of the stunning surroundings with a picnic on Kilimanjaro, Maasai experiences and trekking elephants across the Amboseli Ecosystem.
Enchanting and Romantic
Centered about a Main Lodge - which itself encases a thousand year-old baobab tree - Tarangire Treetops comprises of 20 rooms all of which are elevated above the ground affording views over the tops of surrounding marula and baobab trees.
The Arusha Hotel is located in Arusha, Tanzania. The historic 1984 hotel is located opposite the main post office. Each spacious room is beautifully designed with an en-suite bathroom and fitted with comfortable beds and state-of-the-art facilities. Complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily. Other meals may be ordered at the on-site restaurant which prepares a variety of African and Indian dishes. The bar is stocked with an assortment of drinks. The hotel features an outdoor pool and a hot tub/jacuzzi. The fitness centre/gym is equipped with modern facilities. Services offered include on-site parking, babysitting, concierge, luggage storage and laundry. Car hire, city and airport shuttle services are available on request. Guests may host social or corporate events in the banquet hall. The hotel is in close proximity to the International Conference Center and CBD round-about.
Step Back in Time To an Age of Grandeur
Crossing the Rift Valley and climbing the steppe onto the green and rolling hills south of the Ngorongoro Crater, there lies a truly undeniable surprise and one that will be a home-away-from-home.
Old World Charm, New World Hospitality
The Manor at Ngorongoro, located in the north west Tanzania and with its 10 luxurious cottages (20 Suites) and magnificent main Manor House, is one of the first safari lodges of its kind to blend East African hospitality with old-world Afro-European architecture and decor. Located adjacent to the famous Ngorongoro conservation area and within a 1500-acre Arabica coffee estate, The Manor is reminiscent of an elegant up-country farm home in the Cape Dutch-style of architecture.
The day begins with a leisurely cruise around the mangroves in a traditional Swahili Dhow where the guides will show the guests some of the abundant marine and wildlife thriving in these forests. This is just one small way that the reefs and marine life are preserved on the island as there is no trolling, dynamiting or mass fishing.Our guests have the opportunity to visit the local school, dispensary, mosque have a soda in the village and take a walk through a typical Zanzibari fishing village.At low tide, guests are able to go for a reef safari where you take a walk out to our coral reef and see the spectacular marine life.All the proceeds of this trip go to our charity, which is engaged in giving back to the village.
The Residence Zanzibar lies within a lush, forested 32-hectare estate where five-star luxuries sit harmoniously alongside nature’s untouched beauty. Feel your spirits soar amid extensive tropical gardens that meet with powder-soft white sand lapped by the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.
Inspired by the island’s eclectic cultures, our luxury Zanzibar resort blends modern comforts with Swahili, Omani, British and Indian influences. Indulge in the privacy of the spacious villas, attended on if you wish by our butler. Enjoy carefree days relaxing by your private pool, on the beach, or exploring the gardens on foot or by bicycle. Savour a taste of the Spice Island’s unique blend of cultures and cuisines, and the pleasure of sensational spa treatments.
Discover more of the island and the waters that surround it in a myriad of activities, from visiting historic sites and rare natural wonders to deep sea fishing and diving with dolphins. Whether you dream of a quiet couple’s retreat or fun in the sun for the whole family, embrace all the delights of our island life at The Residence Zanzibar.
Located in the bustling heart of Stone Town you find The Swahili House – a sparkling hotel with traditional influences and modern day facilities, offering authentic Swahili hospitality. The Swahili House is located in the centre of Stone Town and therefore in the middle of all the action. The bustling market, little shops, restaurants and other points of interest are all within walking distance from the hotel. We can organize professional guides who’ll assist you while discovering Stone Town in order to get the maximum out of your visit to this busy little town and its hundreds of little streets.
The Swahili House was originally set up and used as an Indian Merchant House in the 19th century. In the 125 years that followed the building became a home to one of the many Sultan families that inhabited Zanzibar and then became a hotel in 2008. Most of the hotel has been restored into its original state, which makes your stay at The Swahili House a real Zanzibari experience!
The impressive building has 5 floors that are all built around a beautiful traditional Zanzibar courtyard. The hotel offers 20 rooms, spread out over 4 floors. The rooms all are restored and decorated in traditional Swahili style, but adjusted to Western standards. The Swahili House would definitely not be the same without our rooftop terrace., which houses a bar, restaurant and a very relaxing plunge pool overlooking the Indian Ocean. Up here you can enjoy a cocktail, lunch or dinner while indulging in stunning views of Stone Town and the Swahili Coastal view…
Tindiga Tented lodge is a beautiful lodge overlooking the plains of Lake Eysai and Ngorongoro Highland. The lodge blends in beautifully with the natural environment, protecting and preserving the natural resources. Each room has tea/coffee making facilities, work desk and chair, verandas and an en suite bathroom. Tindiga Tented Camp also features a bar/lounge, fireplace and restaurant built by Datoga women, reflecting their culture and lifestyle. The lodge offers hunting with the bushmen, visits of the Datoga tribe (a nomadic tribe in this area), bird watching tours, walking Safaris and other cultural tours. The premises are guarded by trained security personnel. The camp is 1.5 km from the Lake Eyasi (a seasonal salt water lake) and is home to the indigenous bushman, the Hadzabe, and the nomadic Datoga tribe.
Ubuntu Camp is a small, seasonal camp located in the Serengeti National Park. It moves with the Great Wildebeest Migration across the Serengeti and consistently offers spectacular game viewing opportunities. The camp itself is an intimate, traditional canvas safari camp designed to give you as much of an under-the-skin Serengeti adventure experience as a truly authentic and comfortable one. A close-knit team of friendly Tanzanians ensure that traditional hospitality, great food and a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere remains at the heart of Ubuntu Camp.
Unguja lodge is peaceful and secluded. It is well away Zanzibar’s busy tourist beaches, and the whole concept of the lodge has been developed to ensure it works in harmony with the natural environment and the people who live around it. This philosophy gives the place a distinctive air of tranquility that makes your stay a genuinely relaxing and enriching experience.
The building’s organic forms and stylish finish are complemented perfectly by the lush tropical setting and the rough coral boulders that surround it. But this place is more than just image, it’s a lodge with personality; it reflects the warmth and vivacity of Ralph and Elies its creators, and hosts. Their attention to detail and their love of ‘good living’ bring the place to life.
The astonishing marine life just a short swim or boat ride from the beach will ensure that whether you are a serious diver or just someone who likes to snorkel there’s lots to see. If you like exploring on land you will find a thriving local culture. And if you just prefer to relax by the pool, you will be amazed at the birds, insects, plants and animals you see all around.
The lodge sits on a small coral cliff. Just a few steps down a wooden stair and your toes sink into clean soft white sand. As the tide rises the beach vanishes, and the lodge becomes an isolated haven. When the tide drops and the beach reappears, washed and swept by the sea. The lodge is once again connected to the outside world and you can watch as local fishermen drag their boats out of the sea, and women and children hunt the shallows for shellfish.
In a tranquil but conveniently accessible suburb of Arusha City lies this 18 room hotel, tailored to the needs of business or leisures travellers requiring extensive amenities. At Wayside Hotel spacious rooms complemented by warm, friendly service ensure a charming and ‘a home away from home’ experience for all.
Founded by Experienced Hoteliers who run a handful of other Hotels, this Hotel was designed with comfort and customer satisfaction in Mind.
Prime location is a hallmark of this Comfortable and Affordable hotel near Arusha city center in a quite, peacefully environment and conveniently located along the Moshi Arusha Highway. A short drive from both the Kilimanjaro International Airport and Arusha Airport, the Wayside Hotel makes a secure, convenient base for downtown business or must-do excursions to the nearby Northern Circuit Tourist Attractions.
Classically appointed rooms a promise plush comfort and modern amenities including Free high-speed wireless Internet. Notable dining, Lively & fully stocked Restaurant & Bar ,Secure & Spacious Parking.
Whistling Thorn is set in in a typical African thorn-tree bush landscape, right next to the Kwakuchinja Wildlife Corridor, that is used by the animals to go from Tarangire to Lake Manyara in search for water and grasses. During the migration periods, you may be lucky to witness the migration of zebras, wildebeest and elephants right from the veranda of your tent. It’s a small camp, run by the people of local Maasai villages and definitely something out of the ordinary safari experience. This is where nature, culture, and conservation come together in the heart of wild Africa.
Whistling Thorn Camp can accommodate up to twelve guests in six spacious canvas tents under permanent grass-thatched ramadas. Each tent has shelving, a writing desk and an en suite bathroom with flush toilet and a hot shower. From the private, shaded veranda, you can overlook the parklands of Whistling Thorns and the flat-topped acacia trees where giraffe, zebra and elephant graze, and the occasional Maasai warriors wander by.
Since the property of Whistling Thorn Camp has been set aside for both our camp and for conservation, so you really stay in the middle of nature. It will not take long before you notice the abundance of birds and other small wildlife sharing the site.
Discover Zanzibar Beach Resort where friendship begins, true hospitality has always been the fabric of the Resort. Situated on the south-west coast of Zanzibar, contiguous to the beautiful Indian Ocean and flawless white sandy beach; only ten minutes from the historic exotic Swahili Stone Town and five minutes from the International Airport. The Resort is set in a magical hand-picked stunning location with gorgeous landscaped gardens. It is a beautiful spot to watch some of the most magnificent sunsets.