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Accommodations in Tanzania

For more information about the accommodation we make available in Tanzania see here. You can also view pictures of the accommodation on our Tanzania safaris here.

Highview Hotel


Set in scenic surroundings on a peaceful hilltop is the lovely Highview Hotel. The hotel is just a few kilometres from the exotic market in the village of Karatu, and central to your visit to the national parks.

It has 41 rooms and a veranda overlooking a lush valley with coffee plantations, which the elephants love to ravage. The hotel also has its own coffee plantation, and the coffee can be enjoyed at the hotel and purchased to take home with you. An organic fruit and vegetable garden are also part of the hotel.

A swimming pool, day spa with massage facilities, a cosy outdoor bar and bonfire pit, which you can sit around in the evening and discuss the day’s safari, are also to be found at the hotel. In addition to the restaurant, there is a large lounge with fireplace and bar. Two Masai building are attached to the hotel, where local Masai women demonstrate the use of herbal remedies and produce Masai art as well as traditional costumes and jewellery.

A handful of smiling, helpful Masais dressed in tribal costume act as porters and guards.

The hotel cooperates with a local children’s home, which can be visited on request. Donations of clothing or food can be delivered to the children’s home.

You can opt to upgrade to Highview Coffee Lodge.

Highview Coffee Lodge


Highview Coffee Lodge is part of Highview Hotel, and therefore offers the same facilities as Highview Hotel.

The rooms at the Coffee Lodge are slightly secluded, around 100 metres from the hotel itself. The lodge consists of 4 double houses with two rooms in each house. They lie staggered up a hill, so there is air and space around them. They all have a large bathroom, a private veranda and plenty of space to relax with a book. The rooms have their own dining tent, where you can choose to eat breakfast and/or dinner while enjoying the view of the valley and the coffee plantations.

Naturally, you are also welcome to make use of all of the hotel’s facilities: pool, restaurant, day spa, etc.

The rooms are double rooms intended for 2 people, however two adults and two children are permitted to share a room.

Price for upgrading:
Per night Per person:  £120
Per night - 2 adults & 2 children under 15 Per person:  £90

Ikoma Wild Camp

Serengeti National Park

Ikoma Wild Camp is our favourite wild camp, where you enjoy the best of everything.

The camp is located right on the outskirts of the north-western section of the Serengeti National Park – in a pocket between the Grumeti and Ikorongo wildlife reserves. This so-called “western corridor” is the central route for the animals’ migration from Serengeti to Masai Mara. The animals wander freely in and out of the reserves, so you are in with a very good chance of seeing elephants, hippos, zebras, antelopes, giraffes, buffaloes and other herbivores directly from the viewing deck of the camp’s restaurant. There are, of course, also lions, cheetahs and leopards, striving to secure themselves a good meal from the large-scale, self-service buffet of animals passing by. During the migration (June–July), you have the opportunity to experience the world-famous migration of 1.2 million gnus – right outside your tent! They wander across the savannah in large herds in search of pastures new.

Located as it is outside the national park, the camp offers experiences you cannot enjoy if you stay in the national park itself.

At Ikoma Wild Camp, you have the option to purchase extras such as a “Walking safari”, a “Sundowner” and, not least, a “Night Game Drive”. These are unique experiences that are only available when you stay outside the Serengeti National Park, where the restrictions are not as tight as in the national park itself.

If you’re up for it, a morning or evening run around the camp can even be arranged. It goes without saying that you will be accompanied by security guards, and the surroundings are absolutely amazing!

When staying at Ikoma Wildcamp, the safaris still take place in the Serengeti National Park. This means that you have a short drive back and forth between the camp and the national park (around 30–45 minutes each way). However, the added possibilities offered by the location away from the strict rules of the national park coupled with the high standard of the camp make the drive absolutely worthwhile.

Option to change
Naturally, if you wish to stay inside the Serengeti National Park, this is also possible. You can (against a supplement) choose to stay at Serengeti Wild Camp or Serengeti Wildebeest Camp.

Read more about what a “wild camp” actually is here.

Serengeti Wild Camp

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti Wild Camp is located in the Seronera area, the central part of Serengeti National Park.

The camp is a classic African safari camp with rustic, comfortable canvas tents. The nature and wildlife are right on your doorstep. It is not uncommon for wild animals to pass through the camp at night, and you can expect to see gazelles, antelopes, zebras, and occasionally elephants and hyenas, around the camp.

The camp has 24 tents, each sleeping 2 or 3. The tents are large and all have a shower and toilet, desk and large beds with mosquito nets. Each tent also has a small “terrace” outside with garden chairs where you can relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings. There is, in addition, a large communal tent that is used as a dining tent.

Serengeti Wild Camp is for those who dream of a true “Out of Africa” safari atmosphere. You stay inside the National Park itself and the focus at Serengeti Wild Camp is on classic safaris. If you wish to stay at a wild camp that offers extra activities such as a walking safari or game drive in the evening, where you get to nocturnal animals, you should stay at Ikoma Wild Camp.

Per night Per person:  £55
Child under 12 years per night Per person:  £38

Serengeti Wildebeest Camp

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti Wildebeest Camp is located in the Seronera area, the central part of Serengeti National Park. The camp consists of 12 comfortable tents with space for two people in each. There is, in addition, a large communal tent that is used as a restaurant.

The tents have a shower and toilet, beds with mosquito nets as well as a seating area inside and outside where you can relax with a good book and enjoy the amazing surroundings.

The camp is a classic African safari camp, where nature takes the centre stage. The wild animals often visit the camp at night, and you can expect to see gazelles, antelopes, zebras, and occasionally elephants and hyenas, around the camp.

The focus at Serengeti Wildebeest Camp is on classic safaris. If you wish to stay at a wild camp that offers extra activities such as a walking safari or game drive in the evening, where you get to see nocturnal animals, you should stay at Ikoma Wild Camp.

Read more about what a “wild camp” actually is here.

Per night Per person:  £55
under 12 years per night Per person:  £38

Serengeti Safari Lodge

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti Safari Lodge is a unique 4-star lodge, located in the heart of Serengeti National Park.

The lodge consists of 15 individual luxury tents built in an elegant combination of canvas and stone. The sides are made of canvas, giving you the true safari feel with the sounds and smells of nature outside. The roof is thatched and parts of the walls are stone, making the tents more reminiscent of rooms than tents. The luxury tents seem almost to float above the ground on stone pillars, ensuring a good flow-through of air and outstanding views.

The tents are large and have plenty of space and air around the two king-size beds. From the living room, you head straight onto a large, wide-open veranda, from which you have the most amazing views of the Serengeti Plains. All tents have their own bathroom with a toilet and shower. There is also a bath tub where you can lie and soak, directly overlooking the national park. Likewise, there is a private outdoor shower, which also offers stunning views of the Serengeti Plains.

From the swimming pool, you also have uninterrupted views of the Serengeti, and you can can float in the pool and enjoy the scenery and the beautiful view. Relax or enjoy a refreshing dip after a long day of activity. If you fancy a spot of pampering, you can visit the lodge’s day spa, where massage treatments are provided.

The restaurant affords panoramic views, and you it doesn’t get better than this in Serengeti.

There is also a lounge with bar, fireplace, entertainment and Wi-Fi.

You will not find a better 4-star lodge in Serengeti.

Upgrade pricing:
For 2 nights Per person:  £275

Serengeti Sopa Lodge

Serengeti National Park

The 4-star Serengeti Sopa Lodge is set in delightful surroundings on a ridge of hills overlooking the plains in the south-western corner of Serengeti National Park, which is the habitat of thousands of wild animals. The location of the lodge also makes it the ideal place to observe the huge migration of gnus and antelopes.

Serengeti Sopa Lodge is designed in African style and comprises 69 spacious rooms furnished with a double bed and equipped with a minibar. Each room also has a separate bathroom with a hair dryer. You can be sure of a breathtaking view from your veranda, and you will quickly realise why Serengeti has been nicknamed ‘the endless plain’, because it stretches away as far as the eye can see.

Facilities at the lodge include a lounge, swimming pool, restaurant, bar and outdoor areas, where you can take your meals and enjoy cocktails and sundowners.

There is a WiFi connection in the shared areas.

Upgrade pricing:
Per night Per person:  £392
Child under 12 years per night Per person:  £288

Ngorongoro Safari Lodge

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Safari Lodge is located in the south of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area on the outer side of the crater edge.

The lodge consists of 10 luxury tents, built around a steel shell with canvas walls, high ceilings and bricked bathrooms in extension of the room itself. All 10 luxury tents are built on an individual platform with a large wooden deck, from which you have the most beautiful views of Lake Eyasi.

At the same time, you are also almost up at the same height as the giraffes, which often plod around between the tents.

All of the tents are nicely furnished with four-poster beds with mosquito nets, desks, sofas, chandeliers and, all in all, offer really good space.

The restaurant affords a scenic view of the area, which is on the migration route. The area is also home to large herds of different antelope species, buffaloes and elephants as well as flocks of flamingos and other birds.

The lodge’s day spa offers massage, which is warmly recommended after a long day on safari.

Price of upgrade:
Per night Per person:  £116

Ngorongoro Wild Camp

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Wild Camp is scenically located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and offers outstanding views of the nearby saltwater lake, Lake Eyasi, on the outer side of the crater, and a convenient distance from the crater.

Ngorongoro Wild Camp consists of 20 large, full-height tents with a solid floor. The tents are built on poles, giving them most amazing views of the area from the terrace in front of the tent itself. All tents have their own large, tiled bathroom with running water, a toilet and a shower.

It is quite common for giraffes and zebras to wander through the camp at night and remain there for the morning. If you’re lucky, you can say good morning to one of them when you get up.

The restaurant affords a scenic view of the area, which is on the migration route. The area is also home to large herds of different antelope species, buffaloes and elephants as well as flocks of flamingos and other birds.

The camp’s day spa offers massage, which is warmly recommended after a long day on safari.

Read more about what a “wild camp” actually is here.

Upgrade pricing:
Per night Per person:  £95
For 2 nights Per person:  £135

Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Should you wish to you can upgrade to Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge.

Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge is strategically sited on the very edge of the Ngorongoro Crater. The lodge’s location 2000 feet above the crater floor provides some spectacular views.

The lodge is elegantly constructed, mostly from local stone and wood allowing it to blend in to its surroundings. The lodge’s panorama windows provide the perfect vantage point to take in the awe-inspiring surroundings.

All 80 rooms benefit from undisturbed views as do the windows of the Rhino bar that looks out over the crater.

Upgrade pricing:
Per night Per person:  £320
Child under 12 per night Per person:  £225

Kiboko Lodge


At the foot of Mount Meru and just a stone’s throw from Arusha National Park is the cosy Kiboko Lodge.

The lodge is owned by a Dutch organisation that works with street children throughout Tanzania. The children are given an education and the promise of work if they complete a 4-year education programme. The lodge is therefore also run by former street children who have learned how to manage such a business and provide guests with the best possible service.

There are 19 rooms of varying sizes and with different decoration. All the rooms have an en suite bathroom and toilet, a fireplace and a private veranda overlooking the surrounding nature and providing a glimpse of Mt Meru.

The conditions of the street children are not the only thing that the foundation is trying to improve. The environment is also very much in focus throughout. The lodge is primarily powered by solar energy and is built of local materials. Some of the furniture comes from the foundation’s own workshop. The lodge is, of course, also partly self-sufficient when it comes to the food served there: Fruit and vegetables are grown in the lush volcanic soil around the lodge.

The lush surroundings attract a wealth of exotic birds, and the waterhole by the lodge is home to a hippo – “kiboko” in Swahili.

Kigongoni Lodge


Situated at a coffee farm, a few kilometres outside Arusha, is the cosy Kigongoni Lodge.

It has 18 huts, spread out over the property, all offering excellent privacy as a result. Built in traditional African style, the huts embrace local, natural materials. All huts have en suite bathrooms, mosquito nets over the bed, a fireplace and a lovely veranda from which you can enjoy the view of the coffee plants, exotic trees, bushes and – on a clear day – Mount Meru or Mount Kilimanjaro.

The lodge has its own kitchen garden and meals are enjoyed in the cosy restaurant. The bar has chilled drinks at the ready and doesn’t close until the last guest has retired for the night.

Enjoy the pool or go on excursions, if you don’t simply want to relax and read a good book overlooking Kilimanjaro.

Osiligilai Maasai Lodge


Get right up close to the Masai culture at this charming, authentic lodge, which is nestled in the most stunning scenery of Masai country – and midway between Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro. The lodge is owned and run by the Masai, and a stay here is a unique opportunity to really get close to this semi-nomadic people.

There are 11 huts, all built in traditional Masai style – though with the exception that they have every conceivable convenience such as electricity, a toilet, running water and a hot shower.

All of the huts are charmingly appointed in Masai style with lovely, colourful, handmade beads hanging from the ceiling, beautiful baskets on the walls and bedspreads in the most beautiful Masai colours. The huts are available in various sizes, offering room for the couple who want their own cabin or for the family that wishes to sleep together in the same hut.  All the huts are positioned so that you can enjoy the sunrise over Kilimanjaro early in the morning.

The communal areas include a cosy restaurant overlooking Kilimanjaro and a lovely pool with sun loungers, where you can lie in the sun or shade while enjoying the views of Africa’s highest mountain. The food served in the restaurant is organic and almost all the ingredients are grown locally.

A wide range of activities is offered at the lodge, but you can also choose simply to loosen your muscles after a safari or trekking in the lodge’s sauna.

Wi-Fi is available on most days in the communal areas.

Africa Safari Camp


Located just outside the gate into Selous Game Reserve is the cosy Africa Safari Camp.

The camp consists of 21 bungalows – so-called bandas – of various sizes. They are all individually situated in a large garden with the pool area at the centre of it all.

The bandas are rustic but pleasantly decorated in classic Tanzanian style. They all have their own bathroom, mosquito nets, ceiling fan and electricity. Please note, however, that the camp’s electricity comes from solar cells, so there is not power around the clock.

Meals are enjoyed in the cosy restaurant, and the reception is often the natural gathering point at different times of the day. It’s the only place where there is Wi-Fi (to the extent African internet allows).

In the evening, you will be escorted to your bungalow by a Masai warrior. The camp is not fenced in, and it’s not unusual for elephants, etc., to come through the camp at night!

Selous Riverside Safari Camp


Just outside Selous Game Reserve is the cosy Selous Riverside Safari Camp. From here, it is easy both to go on a safari inside the game reserve and to go on exciting river safaris on the Rufiji river, which the lodge is situated next to.

One of the major draws of the lodge is its lovely terrace, which affords a beautiful view of the river and the abundant wildlife. After a day of wonderful experiences, you can sit down in one of the soft chairs on the terrace and enjoy a cold drink while the sun sets over the river. The eager chirping of the birds blends with the grunting of the hippos – it doesn’t get more African than that!

The camp consists of 14 canvas tents, all of which are large, cosy and very well appointed. There is a lovely bathroom with shower and plenty of hot water. There is plenty of room for luggage in the tent, and you have electricity 24 hours a day. In front of the tent, you have your own veranda with sun loungers from which you can watch life go by around the river.

If you tire of lazing in a chair, or if you need to cool off, you can jump into the small pool, from which there is also a nice view of the Rufiji River.

Meals are served in the restaurant, which adjoins the terrace – so you can enjoy river views while eating, too.

Springlands Hotel


Springlands Hotel is located on the southern slopes of Kilimanjaro close to the town of Moshi. It’s an ideal base for mountain rambles and safaris on Kilimanjaro.

The hotel provides high standards of service with a modern swimming pool, beautiful gardens bars indoors and outdoors and spacious rooms with showers and mosquito nets.

Springlands Hotel is named after the local freshwater springs. The springs are fed by rain and melted snow from Kilimanjaro.

Tent camp on Kilimanjaro


During the hiking trip to the summit of Kilimanjaro you sleep in a tent in different camps.

There is a primitive shared public toilet at the camp. It is possible to rent a toilet tent.

Price for rental of a toilet tent: USD 100

Huts on the Marangu route


The huts can house 6-8 people and are equipped with bunk beds and plain mattresses. You must bring your own warm sleeping bag. (You can rent a sleeping bag at the Springlands Hotel, if you don’t want to bring one yourself.) You will share a dining area and toilets with the other mountaineers.

Note that conditions at these huts are very primitive.  The Mandara huts and Horombo huts have running water, but the Kido huts do not.

Each camp can house up to approx. 120 guests at a time.

No private huts are available.

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