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  • Kati Kati Serengeti Camp

    $ 210 Per adult per night
    Kati Kati Camp offers comfortable accommodation and an opportunity to enjoy a real safari camp experience. The camp is only two hours scenic drive from Olduvai Gorge Museum or the Grumeti River. Offering reasonably priced accommodation and standard meals for guests visiting the busier central part of Serengeti National Park. This is a good option for those on a budget. It is not a destination for those seeking high standards of decor and style. A centrally located mess tent provides meals to the 10-tent safari camp. There are several Kati Kati Camps - all going by the same name and located at different spots in the Seronera area. Guests will be put up in one of these similar camps. There are 1o double tents and one family tent with en suite facilities.
  • Lemala Mara

    $ 802 Per adult per night
    Lemala Mara is a classic mobile safari camp that moves between north and south Serengeti. It's aim is to ensure guests enjoy ringside seats to the spectacle of the magnificent wildebeest migration year-round. Camp is located North of the Mara River in the best game viewing area in Serengeti between July and October. Close to the Mara River, it is far enough to remain discreet. The location does not interrupt wildlife behavior as the wildebeest mass along the steep banks during their frantic crossing on their way north to the Maasai Mara. Guests enjoy fabulous landscapes and terrific game viewing. Resident wildlife numbers are high, but nothing compared to the dramatic scenes during the migration. Migration time is when tens of thousands of animals gather to then plunge into the crocodile-infested river - an amazing spectacle!
  • Lemala Kuria Hills

    $ 1,117 Per adult per night
    Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge is remotely located in the Wogakuria Hills of the Northern Serengeti. A scenic region characterized by grassy rolling hills, open woodland and tree-lined watercourses, it is a habitat that attracts wildlife throughout the year. Lemala Kuria Hills is in close proximity to the Mara River on the Serengeti’s border with Kenya’s Maasai Mara, so is also within the main corridor of the world-famous wildebeest migration between July and October.
  • Lemala Ewanjan

    $ 682 Per adult per night
    Lemala Ewanjan is a classic tented camp set in a secluded part of the game-rich Seronera Valley in Central Serengeti. Seronera is known for excellent year-round game viewing due to an abundance of water in the many rivers. Central Serengeti has a large population of lion, cheetah and leopard. Ewanjan camp is set at the end of a valley, from where you can enjoy uninterrupted views over the plains.  Upgraded in July 2018 it now has brand new tents, including 10 standard and 2  family tents comprising two adjacent tents for those traveling together.
  • Lemala Nanyukie

    $ 1,117 Per adult per night
    Lemala Nanyukie opened in October 2018 in the fabulous Eastern Serengeti. Meaning ‘endless plains’ in the Maasai language, the Serengeti is one of the world's most celebrated wilderness areas. Lemala Nanyukie is located a 45-minute drive east of the Seronera Airstrip in the park’s central region with outstanding views across the ‘endless plains’. The camp sits on a grassy savanna dotted with rocky kopjes and shaded by ancient giant acacia trees.​ This area of the Serengeti is crossed by the annual wildebeest migration. It also has high-density game-viewing at all times and is well-known for its large concentration of cats. Lemala Nanyukie will be open year-round, and safari activities like game drives and walks will be accompanied by knowledgeable and experienced guides.
  • Lemala Ngorongoro Camp

    $ 752 Per adult per night
    Lemala Ngorongoro is set in an ancient acacia forest close to the rim of the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater. As it is located next to the quiet Lemala crater access road on the north east side, a key advantage of staying at Lemala Ngorongoro is the quick and easy drive down on to the crater floor in the morning. Lemala guests usually have an hour's head start over others descending via the busier Seneto crater access road on the western rim. Game drives from camp may start as early as 6.15am and guests can be down among Ngorongoro’s abundant wildlife on the floor within 10-15 minutes - crucial for photographers who demand the best light conditions. Escorted walks are also available into the forest and along the crater rim with an armed ranger and Maasai guide.
  • Burunge Tented Camp

    $ 135 Per adult per night
    Burunge Tented Camp is located only 10 minutes from Tarangire National Park. It has 30 rooms with en-suite facilities, among them, 6 family tents, that consist in two interconnected rooms. The camp provides one of the most economical alternatives to other properties serving Tarangire National Park. It is a large facility that accesses the park through the main entrance gate which at times can be busy. For those looking to keep costs under control while visiting Tarangire, this is an excellent choice.
  • Mpingo Ridge

    $ 1,117 Per adult per night
    Lemala Mpingo Ridge sits on top of an escarpment with sweeping views across the perennial Tarangire River and valley below, offering outstanding standards of comfort and service. Guests enjoy a real sense of wilderness and excellent game viewing, and it’s both a relaxing standalone destination and a great place to start a safari. Each of the 15 spacious tented suites have been positioned to maximize the sensational views over Tarangire and to take advantage of cooling breezes during hot weather. They feature en-suite bathrooms, private decks, sunken outside lounges that convert to afternoon siesta beds and one of the suites has two bedrooms. A special feature is the private outside bathtub—perfect for soothing the soul and washing away the African dust after a day on safari. The elevated main lodge has a large lounge and bar, indoor and outdoor dining areas, a spa and swimming pool. Sundowners, early morning walks and game drives in new custom-designed vehicles accompanied by Lemala’s highly-knowledgeable and experienced guides are some of the activities guests can look forward to during their stay.
  • Chem Chem Lodge

    $ 1,315 Per adult per night
    Chem Chem Lodge blends in with the wilderness that stretches on all sides. Chem Chem’s main Lodge reflects the form of a flamingo with its wings spread wide for landing. One wing holds the full-service gourmet restaurant and an outside fire place, the other wing offers a bar, lounge, fire place and fully stocked library. The Lodge also boasts a viewing deck with views over Lake Manyara. Outside, discover the gym or the pool hidden in the trees while the Chem Chem Spa offers utter relaxation. The spacious eight tent-style suites (100 m­²) offer ultra-luxurious accommodation under the immense African skies. Natural textures and surfaces such as wood, canvas, cotton and lava rock convey a sense of merging with your surrounds. Fall asleep in the softest bedlinen to the distant laugh of a hyena, the click of crickets, a nightjar’s call. Awake to the sounds of the wilderness stretching and yawning. Your privacy is ensured with the nearest neighbour at least 80m away. Family groups are catered for with a full suite connected by a small wooden bridge to a vintage-style tented room (50 m²) with its own indoor shower. It can sleep up to three children and two adults. Walking, night drives, cultural visits and game drives are the main activities on offer in the area. Access by road from Arusha, taking about 2 hours, or alternatively and highly recommended, fly direct to Chem Chem Airstrip near the camp. Enjoy the spa and relaxing pool in this tranquil setting with easy access to Tarangire National Park. Minimum 2 night stay required.
  • Siwandu

    $ 795 Per adult per night

    About Siwandu

    Siwandu is sheltered in a grove of palms on the shores of Lake Nzerakera, part of the watery byways of the Rufiji River system. Siwandu is perfectly situated within the prime game area to fully experience the abundant wildlife of Selous Game Reserve. Explore the breathtaking landscape by foot on our morning game walks, by 4WD vehicles with our expert driver guides and on the water with boat cruises on both the river and on the lake. Broadly spaced along the lakeshore, Siwandu’s superbly appointed accommodation ensures maximum privacy and every opportunity to soak up the sights and sounds of the purest African bush.  The ten spacious octagonal tents allows guests to observe animals as they saunter past while reclining on the majestic king sized bed under the overhead fan or from the open-air stargazer showers which adjoin the en-suite bathrooms.
  • Roho ya Selous

    $ 994 Per adult per night
    Roho ya Selous strikes the perfect balance between comfort and adventure. The real magic of the Selous is the variety each day on safari brings. Explore the reserve on a game drive searching for that elusive leopard or set out on foot tracking wildlife. Catch monster catfish while dodging enormous hippos and hungry crocodiles - every day in Selous is full of surprises.
  • Jabali Ridge

    $ 1,226 Per adult per night
    Jabali Ridge has Ruaha’s most sophisticated accommodation. Hidden amongst boulders high on a kopje, it looks out over a landscape studded with palm trees and baobabs. Jabali Ridge is almost invisible until you arrive. Close to the Mwagusi Sand River, the core area for game viewing, it's location ensures you are never far from the action. The property has 8 spacious suites, communal dining and relaxation area, swimming pool and spa. Jabali Ridge offers game drives, night drives and walks in this diverse national park. Led by a team of expert guides who will interpret the sights, sounds and smells of the bush at a pace to suit the guest we believe this is ideal way to explore Ruaha. Ruaha National Park is home to one of the largest populations of elephant on the planet, vast herds of buffalo and super prides of lion.

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