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- Transport with qualified driver/guide in 4x4 vehicles with viewing roof
- Camping fees or lodge accommodation
- All meals (including cook on camping safari)
- Camping equipment, if necessary
- National park gate fees
- Park commission
- Government tax
- Tips for guides and cook
- $15/day for driver/guide and $10/day for cook (basic camping) from the whole safari group
- Transfer to and from Kilimanjaro Airport ($10/person one-way)
- Bottled water/drinks
- Lunches and dinners at the Springlands Hotel
- Lodging before and after the safari
- Moshi: Springlands Hotel
- Ngorongoro: Highview Hotel
- Serengeti: Wild Camp
Zara’s Springlands Hotel will be your home base for Kilimanjaro treks and Tanzanian safaris.
It is located 3 km from the center of Moshi at 800 m/2,600 ft.
The rooms have twin beds, mosquito netting, and bathrooms with hot showers. All linens are included.
The hotel grounds are fenced for security, so you can enjoy the evenings outdoors.
There is dining indoors and in the outdoor tropical garden.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served with local and international dishes. Breakfast is included with the room.
The bar serves beer and mixed drinks.
Zara’s Highview Hotel is located on top of a hill with a sweeping view of farms, coffee
plantations, and the forests of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
Each room has its own veranda with a sweeping view of the countryside.
There is a lounge with fireplace, internet cafe, and dining area.
You can walk or bicycle to see the coffee plantations and local market,
and it is only a 30 minute drive to the Ngorongoro Crater and to Lake Manyara.
Zara’s Serengeti Wild Camp:
- Large dining tent, self contained veranda with garden chair and reading table
- Solar power for lighting, water heater for hot shower, and radio communication (no generator noise)
- Full board package (breakfast, hot lunch at the camp or lunch box, and dinner)
- We can arrange a balloon safari over the Serengeti, with drop offs and pickups at the Sereonera air strip.
- Follow the migration routes of the wildebeests, and take excursions to the Lobo area.
- Lake Manyara: Serena Safari Lodge
- Ngorongoro: Serena Safari Lodge
- Serengeti: Serena Safari Lodges
Manyara Serena Safari Lodge is set on the edge of the Mto Wa Mbu escarpment,
overlooking the Great Rift Valley and the stunning Manyara soda lake.
Serena Safari Lodge has guest rooms that are spacious with central heating, prehistoric cave paintings,
and balconies overlooking the Ngorongoro Crater. The furniture is created from rich hardwood timber.
This hotel was voted in the top 15 hotels in Africa in the August 2003 Travel and Leisure Magazine.
Serena Safari Lodge is set high on a hill with breathtaking vistas of sweeping grasslands
and the unspoiled wilderness landscape of the Serengeti plains. Big game feed in full view
of the lodge. The lodge design is simple but stunning. Inspired by a traditional African village,
separate rondavel “huts” house the luxury guest rooms that have their own view of the
vast Serengeti plains.
- Tarangire: Sopa Lodge
- Lake Manyara: E Unoto Retreat Luxury Lodge
- Ngorongoro: Sopa Lodge
- Serengeti: Sopa Lodges
The Tarangire Sopa Lodge is built as a low profile structure, nestled into a wooded hillside valley
overlooking Tarangire Hill. It has wall-to-wall carpeting, a private lounge with a mini bar,
a bedroom with two queen size beds, an en-suite bathroom with shaver sockets and a hair dryer,
and a private verandah which offers stunning views over the baobab studded landscape.
The unique swimming pool which is located at the edge of a rocky gorge has its own bar and snack kitchen
and offers a refreshing interlude between game drives.
The E Unoto Retreat Lodge near Lake Manyara resembles an authentic Maasai village, but is totally luxurious.
You can visit with Maasai to learn about their culture and even visit their village.
The lodge overlooks Lake Miwaleni and has a swimming pool.
The rooms are beautifully decorated and have an outdoor patio.
The Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is located on the eastern rim of the Ngorongoro World Heritage Site
and offers breathtaking views of the crater floor far below.
The Serengeti Sopa Lodge is located in the Nyarboro Hills in the southwest portion of Serengeti National Park
and is the only tourism development in this section of the park. Situated on the slopes of the hills,
the lodges offers magnificent views over the 14,763 sq km (5,200 sq mi) expanse of Serengeti National Park,
Tanzania’s largest wildlife conservation area.
- Highview Hotel
- Lake Manyara Hotel
- Ngorongoro: Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge
- Ngorongoro: Octogon Safari Lodge
- Serengeti: Seronera Wildlife Lodge
- Serengeti: Lobo Wildlife Lodge
||The Highview Hotel is located on top of a hill with the view of farms, coffee plantations,
and forests of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Each room has its own veranda with a view of the countryside.
There is a lounge with fireplace, internet cafe, and dining area. You can walk or bicycle to see the coffee plantations
and local market. It is only a 30 minute drive to the Ngorongoro Crater and to Lake Manyara.
||Built 1,400 meters above sea level on the western escarpment of the huge Rift Valley, the Lake Manyara Hotel
overlooks the glassy lake of Manyara National Park. The hotel has 100 comfortable rooms, a swimming pool,
a superb terrace, and a shop selling objects of art. All the rooms have an outstanding view over the Rift Valley and Lake Manyara.
||The Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge is perched on the rim of the incomparable Ngorongoro Crater.
It is built mainly from natural stone, local wood, and timber. The panoramic windows encompass a superb view
of the 311 sq km crater and its teeming wildlife.
||The Octogon Safari Lodge is a small intimate hotel located only a short drive from Tanzania’s world famous
Ngorongoro Crater. Built in the old colonial farmhouse style, the lodge evokes the charm of an old African homestead.
In harmony with the environment the architecture combines natural elements to give the lodge an authentic African feel.
||The Seronera Wildlife Lodge is ideally located at the heart of the Serengeti plains to track
the migration of wildbeests. The lodge is built on a “kopjes” (rock-pile) and offers 75 self contained
guest rooms. It also features a restaurant and a very pleasant bar overlooking the incomparable Serengeti plains.
||The Lobo Wildlife Lodge is one of the finest buildings of its type. The dramatically beautiful
lodge is built entirely from wood and glass amid the rough ragged contours of an enormous rocky headland in the
northern part of Serengeti National Park, and it blends perfectly with its surroundings. From the swimming pool, which is
carved out of the solid rock, to the bar, the lodge offers a breathtaking view over the plains and bushy savanna
crossed by herds of buffalo and elephant.
|Mobile Tent Camps – Serengeti Only
||Sleeping in a tent is part of one’s wildlife experience in Africa. When you arrive back at the camp after a day of
game viewing, the day doesn’t end. There are still the night skies to look at and the camp fire to sit around.
The camps have their own ambiance and very different attractions to the lodges. They provide much more of a feeling
for what is usually envisaged of Africa.
||The camp is small, comfortable, secluded, and is located inside the Serengeti near the animals. Tents are spacious
with beds and their own portable toilet and shower. There is no electricity, but lanterns are provided. There is a dining
tent for meals and relaxing in the evening. You can sometimes see bushbuck and other antelope on the property.
Dwarf galago are common and you can see them every evening at dusk.
- Tarangire: Kamakia or Kigongoni campsite
- Lake Manyara: Twiga or Jambo campsite
- Ngorongoro Crater: Simba or Kudu campsite
- Ngorongoro Highlands: Balati campsite
- Serengeti: Ikoma Gorge Camp
- Lake Natron: Kamakia campsite
- Lake Eyasi: Lake Eyasi campsite
||For a rustic experience, stay in sleeping bags and tents. Basic camping safaris use medium sized (almost standing height inside)
canvas tents with mosquito netting.
||Campgrounds have flush toilets and hot showers. They have a “clubhouse” where you dine,
and sometimes there is evening entertainment. On the walking safari, there are campsites with limited facilities,
and you must purchase bottled water beforehand.