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Arusha

Hotel Impala

Set in a peaceful and beautifully landscaped garden with a profusion of flowers, birds and butterflies, the Impala Hotel offers a full range of facilities to cater to the holiday visitors and business tourists alike. The hotel consist of 61 comfortably furnished rooms, a conference room and a gift shop amongst other facilities. It is particularly known for its lunch buffets.

Mt. Village

Overlooking Lake Duluti, this lodge has forty cottages with individual hot water systems. On a clear day, it is possible to enjoy snow capped views of Mount Kilimanjaro. A walking bird-watching safari around the lake is available.

The Arusha Hotel

The hotel offers 65 ensuite bedrooms which are all stylishly complete with direct dial telephone, satellite television, safe, and interior decor matching 5 star standards. Located in the center of Arusha city, the hotel is famous for its rolling lawn and lush tropical gardens which is home to a variety of bird life and exotic plants.

Arusha Coffee Lodge

Inspired by the grace and romance of a fine ‘old-time’ coffee plantation, guests can anticipate accommodation of the highest standard with 21 private chalets featuring multi-level areas, huge balconies and beautiful fireplaces. Each chalet has its own coffee grinder and percolator in the

spirit of a true coffee estate experience.

Moivaro Lodge

The lodge is located in the midst of a coffee plantation, about 25 minutes out of the city of Arusha. The hotel features a swimming pool, restaurant and bar, souvenir shop and massage room. Guest rooms all have their own veranda from where you can enjoy beautiful views of Mount Meru.

Dik Dik Hotel

Located at the foot of Mount Meru, this exclusive hotel is managed and run by a Swiss family. Offering high standards of service, the hotel consists of 18 double suites. All rooms have mini-bars and other amenities. The restaurant is situated amidst beautiful surroundings and a bird lake.

Ngare Sero

Situated on the slopes of Mt.Meru at an altitude of 1200 meters. A spring is born in the forest beside the lodge and runs into a lake full of tropical plants, which forms an ideal bird sanctuary of incredible beauty. From the veranda, you can see the snow capped peak of Kilimanjaro on clear days.

River Trees

A small establishment on a farm between the Kilimanjaro Airport and Arusha. There is a river flowing fresh from Mt Meru and beautiful fields of flowers, which are grown for export. Accommodation consists of garden cottages and two main homestead rooms, all en suite. The rooms are nicely decorated and the lodge has a relaxed and homely atmosphere.

Moshi / Marangu

Mt. Inn

Situated about 6 kms out of Moshi Town on the way to Marangu, Mt. Inn is a budget standard lodge. Accommodation consists of 14 doubles and 4 single rooms each of them having a private bath with hot water showers. The hotel is surrounded by a beautiful garden. Facilities include a bar and balcony resturant.

Marangu Hotel

Situated on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro, 6 kilometres from the point from where climbers begin and end their climb. It stands in twelve acres of mature, well laid out gardens. It offers magnificent views of Kilimanjaro’s twin peaks – ice capped Kibo and rocky Mawenzi. Guest accommodation is provided in cottages around the grounds. All rooms have private bathrooms with bath or shower. For recreation, the hotel has a croquet lawn.

Capricorn Hotel

Situated at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro at an altitude of 1,700 meters and located less then three kms from the Marangu gate. The Hotel has 25 ensuite self contained rooms, overlooking the surrounding gardens and lush greenery.

Protea Aishi Machame

Situated at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Aishi is located a few kilometres from the Machame Gate where climbers commence their ascent of this most majestic mountain by way of the picturesque Machame Trail. All en-suite bedrooms have just been completely refurbished and a restaurant and bar is available at the hotel. Nature walks and cultural tours around the area can also be organised by the hotel.

Keys Hotel

A small, modern family run hotel in the town of Moshi. Rooms are all ensuite, and the restaurant offers full meals and buffet breakfast. An ideal place to start your Kilimanjaro accent.

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara Hotel

Built on the tip of the great Rift Valley, 4500 feet above sea level, the lodge offers magnificent panoramic views of the national park below, and of the seemingly unending surrounding landscape. Each of the 100 rooms are strategically placed to offer unique views of the surroundings.

Kirurumu Tented Lodge

A luxury tented lodge built on the Gregorian Escarpment of the Great Rift Valley. Set in this stunning location, it overlooks a spectacular panorama across Lake Manyara to Mount Losimongori and miles of seemingly untouched Africa. Kirurumu is sympathetically and unobtrusively built of local materials, inspired by the nearby traditional Mbulu (Iraqw) tribal dwellings.

The well spaced tents are private and secluded, each raised on a base of natural stone. Bedrooms are comfortable with twin or double beds with duvets. The modern en-suite bathrooms have hot and cold water and flush toilets.

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge

The abundant birdlife of Lake Manyara was the inspiration for this 5-star lodge. The unique location of the lodge, also overlooking the soda lake, allows observation of many large and small colourful birds moving in circles and spirals. All 62 bedrooms and the swimming pool take full advantage of the breath -taking view.

Lake Manyara Tree Lodge

The lodge is a sophisticated blend of intimacy and romance, offering privacy and exclusivity in cool, leafy surrounds. Each of the ten tree houses have been built on stilts, in the boughs of ancient mahogany trees, discreetly tucked away in the forest. The tree houses have been crafted from local timber and makuti (palm fronds) and feature large open decks and spacious rooms with large windows to invite the flourishing forest into the luxurious elegance of each room.

E Unoto Lodge

The lodge has 25 spacious bungalows, featuring an internal diameter of 28 feet. Four rooms are honeymoon suites and four others specially designed to accommodate our handicapped guests. Overlooking Lake Miwaleni, the external surface of the rooms have a Maasai boma appearance, with a unique, exquisite, internal decorative Maasai theme. There is also a Maasai guided Cultural Excursion, walking to the nearby Maasai village where you can see their homesteads, meet the tribe, and learn about their culture.

Serengeti National park

Seronera Wildlife Lodge

Built into a series of massive rocks, the lodge is situated in the heart of the Serengeti and is ideal for witnessing the seasonal migration of vast herds of plains animals. The Lodge has seventy five rooms with private bathrooms.

Serengeti Sopa Lodge

This lodge is constructed in the intriguing style of Masai Manyatta, each building with rounded corners and flat roofs. The complex is superbly situated in the Nyarboro Hills, an area of intense natural beauty. The acacia woodland on the lower slopes of the hills and the all-year-round springs have created an ideal habitat for many species of game living in this area. The elevated position of the lodge provides guests with a cooling breeze above the sunbaked plains and sweeping panoramic views of timeless Africa.

Serengeti Serena Lodge

Serengeti Serena Lodge is set high on a hill with breathtaking vistas of a landscape teeming with game. The wildlife defines the Serengeti – countless zebra, buffalo, gazelle, wildebeest, and other species make it their home. Big game feed in full view of the lodge itself. The terrain is the main stage for the great wildebeest migrations, an awesome spectacle involving millions of these beasts.

The lodge design is simple but stunning.Inspired by a traditional African village, separate rondavel “huts” house the luxury guest rooms. From the overall impressions to the smallest detail, the lodge is rich in local atmosphere created by indigenous handicrafts and art.

Lobo Wildlife Lodge (TAHI group)

Considered to be one of the most beautiful lodges in Tanzania, its beauty can be described as breathtaking. It is built into the faults and contours of a massive rock promontory overlooking the Serengeti Plains. At Lobo, a variety of wildlife can be easily viewed from the bedroom window, the swimming pool and the rock-top. A short drive away leads one into the heart of the Serengeti Plains teeming with wildlife.

Kirawira Luxury Tented Camp(Seronera)

This luxury tented camp is located on the Kirawira hills in the western corridor of Serengeti overlooking the famous Grumeti River with its giant crocodiles. Only 25 double tents have been built at this camp, each one incorporating its own solar heated shower.

Grumeti River Camp

The camp is located in a secret valley in the western corridor of the Serengeti. The Camp overlooks a tributary of the Grumeti River, alive with grunting hippo and silently basking crocodiles. Only ten custom-made self-contained tents are available, each with private shower and WC.

Kleins Camp

Located on a private ranch on the north-eastern boundary of the Serengeti National Park, offering high standards of comfort to guests in eight tastefully furnished cottages, built of local rock with African thatched roofs.

Ngorongoro crater

Ngrongoro Wildlife Lodge

The lodge is perched on the rim of the crater, offering a breath taking view of the crater. It is 2,286 metres above sea level. 90 bedrooms in all, a lounge with panoramic windows and an observation deck.

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Spread along the uppermost rim of the Ngorongoro World Heritage Site. The lodge offers breathtaking views of the crater floor far below. At all Sopa lodges, each room is a suite with two Queen-Sized beds.

Ngorongoro Serena Lodge

As if in a land before time, Ngorongoro Serena Lodge is built into the rim of an extinct volcano, the plant and ivy-covered stone blending masterfully with its surroundings. Today the surrounding landscape is part of a vast conservation area inhabited by the Masai tribe, as well as an extraordinary variety of big game and birdlife. Most guest rooms have private terraces with views of the crater floor where countless animals make their home. At Ngorongoro Serena Lodge visitors co-exist in perfect harmony with the natural environment and the wildlife that inhabits it.

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

Perched on the edge of the ancient crater rim above the cool, swirling mists, this architectural masterpiece in inspired by the Masai Manyatta. Each suite is tendered by a personal butler, and are all en-suite with a private deck and lounge with fireplace.

Gibbs farm

A small and intimate hotel situated on the slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater Highlands. It is a convenient stopover between Lake Manyara National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. Surrounded by coffee plantations and the vegetable farm, with the rainforest of Ngorongoro above, it has long views over lush and beautiful agricultural country.

 

The main facilities – lounge, dining room, shop – are all situated in the old farmhouse, while sleeping accommodation is in 15 double rooms.

Ndutu safari lodge

Situated in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, close to the Serengeti National Park, overlooking Lake Ndutu. The lodge, a charming resort, has tents and cabin accommodation facilities and is a strategic base to watch the start of the wildebeest migration in the months of May and June.

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire Safari Lodge

The Camp overlooks the wildlife migration routes from Maasailand into and out of the Park. The 16 bedded camp is situated to take advantage of expansive views over the Silale Swamp system. Only two tents are close to each other, providing convenience for family groups with children.

Every tent has beautifully made local furniture and is decorated with dried flowers and African fabrics. Each has its own private en-suite shower and toilet. The camp is situated on the bluff overlooking the Tarangire river – an extremely popular spot for resident animals.

Tarangire Sopa Lodge

The ‘low profile’ structure of this lodge is tucked away well into a wooded hillside valley overlooking the Tarangire Hill. This splendid lodge lives fully up to the 5 star reputation of the Sopa chain of hotels scattered throughout the region.

Tarangire Tree tops

This camp features 15 luxury en-suite tents, built atop tree-attached platforms, overlooking the Tarangire Sand River. The camp has been superbly blended into the environment with the sleeping platforms built into a variety of Baobab, Mopani and Wild Fig trees. The dining area is situated close to the swimming pool and elephant water hole.

Arusha National Park

Momella Lodge

A village of elegant grey and white huts with thatched roofs, with 50 rooms all comfortably furnished. It is an ideal stop over for those wishing to spend a night in this park, or for those wishing to climb Mt. Meru. The famous film by John Wayne, “HATARI”, was filmed here in 1960/1.

Oldonyo Orok

With a total of 17 rooms, the lodge was originally built as a private house for the actor Hardy Kruger, who fell in love with the area after the

filming of the John Wayne film “Hatari”. It is a privately run lodge that caters for small select groups. Candle lit dinners, with fresh home

cooking, are held in the timber and thatch living room, backed by a huge roaring log fire and the sounds of the African night to complete the real

feel of Africa.

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