Serengeti National Park Luxury Safaris
Serengeti National Park covers an area of, around 5,700 miles and is renowned worldwide for its remarkable wildlife. One of its spectacles is the annual migration, where more than 1.5 million wildebeest and 250,000 zebras journey across its expansive landscapes in search of fresh grazing. The parks biodiversity is truly exceptional hosting an array of 70 large mammal species and over 500 bird species making it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers alike.
Singita Sabora Tented Camp
Discover Singita Sabora Tented Camp nestled within the wilderness of the Grumeti Reserves. This camp captures the essence of an explorers retreat from the 1920s. Boasts nine tented suites. Each suite features an en suite bathroom and a personal viewing deck to soak in the surroundings. Combining world charm with modern comforts this camp offers plush furnishings, private pantries and dedicated attendants who cater to your every need. Embark on game drives equestrian safaris or even take hot air balloon rides to explore the mesmerizing wildlife and landscapes.
Four Seasons Safari Lodge
Experience luxury at Four Seasons Safari Lodge situated in the heart of Serengeti with views overlooking a watering hole. The lodge offers a choice of guest rooms, suites and villas totaling, up to 77 accommodations that provide vistas of the surrounding wilderness while ensuring utmost comfort during your stay.
The lodge offers room amenities such, as air conditioning, satellite television, Wi Fi and private balconies where guests can enjoy watching the wildlife that visits the watering hole. Additionally guests can enjoy the infinity pool indulge in African inspired treatments at the world class spa and savor local cuisine made from fresh ingredients at any of the three restaurants.
Beyond Kleins Camp
Beyond Kleins Camp is situated on the Kuka Hills and provides breathtaking views of the wildlife rich plains of the Serengeti. This exclusive camp offers ten thatched cottages with whitewashed walls, elegant wooden floors and timeless interiors. Each cottage features a veranda where guests can relax with a cup of coffee or a refreshing sundowner while observing wildlife. For families or those seeking privacy there is also a family cottage along with a private swimming pool.
Ngorongoro Luxury Safaris
The Ngorongoro Crater holds significance as it has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This astonishing natural wonder is considered to be the volcanic caldera globally while remaining intact and unfilled. It was formed millions of years ago when a massive volcano erupted and then collapsed upon itself. With its depth reaching 2,000 feet and covering an area of 100 miles on its floor it serves as home to approximately 25,000 large animals. Notably it boasts one of the concentrations of lions along, with a small population of black rhinos.
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
At Ngorongoro Crater Lodge;Located on the rim of the crater providing views the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is often praised as one of Africas stunning safari lodges, in terms of architecture. Each of the 30 suites is beautifully decorated with panelled walls and banana leaf floors, complemented by raw silk curtains hand beaded chandeliers and elegant gilt mirrors. Every suite boasts a deck and a luxurious en suite bathroom adorned with roses. Additionally personal butlers are assigned to cater to every guests needs.
Nyerere National Park Luxury Safaris
The Selous Game Reserve, named after renowned Englishman Sir Frederick Selous who was a game hunter stands as Africas largest game reserve and one of its most unspoiled wilderness areas. Encompassing a 21,000 miles this reserve is home to over 2,100 species of plants more than 350 species of birds a staggering population of 60,000 elephants and an impressive herd of 108,000 buffalos. Moreover it boasts the continents population of dogs.
Beho Beho is situated in the cooler highlands within the Selous Game Reserve and holds significance as it was the camp established in this area. Offering eight bandas (stone built cottages with palm thatched roofs) each furnished with two king size beds and equipped with an en suite bathroom along, with an outdoor shower.The camp also includes an area, for getting ready and a lounge area outdoors that offers views of the Rufiji River floodplain.
Sand Rivers Selous
Positioned along a bend of the Rufiji River, Sand Rivers Selous provides eight cottages with fronts on decks that overlook the river. Each room is designed to be open creating a connection with nature. The bathrooms are equipped with running cold water, flush toilets and invigorating showers.
Mahale Mountains National Park
Located on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, which holds the distinction of being the worlds second deepest lake Mahale Mountains National Park spans 635 square miles. This park is home to one of the remaining populations of chimpanzees in their natural habitat totaling around 800 individuals.
Situated at the fringes of a beach with the majestic Mahale Mountains towering at 8,000 feet behind it Greystoke Mahale offers an unparalleled blend of relaxation and adventure. Its six bandas made from wood and thatch are positioned at the edge where forest meets beach—waking up to sunshine while enjoying a view of the lake right at your feet. The bandas have fronts. Come complete with en suite bathrooms dressing rooms and upstairs decks perfect, for unwinding.Ruaha National Park, the park, in Tanzania gets its name from the Great Ruaha River that flows through it. Encompassing an area of 5,115 square miles this park boasts untouched and untamed landscapes. It is renowned for its population of elephants presence of African wild dogs and an impressive count of over 570 bird species. The parks picturesque scenery comprises rolling hills, expansive river systems and sprawling plains adorned with baobab trees.
Jongomero Camp finds its location beneath the sheltering acacia trees along the banks of Jongomero Sand River in the southwestern part of Ruaha. This camp offers eight tented suites that are tastefully designed and situated on raised wooden platforms. Each suite features a roof and includes a private veranda overlooking the riverbed.
Zanzibar Luxury Holidays
Located in the Indian Ocean 25 miles off the coast the Zanzibar Archipelago is a semi autonomous region within Tanzania. It consists of islands as well as two larger ones; Unguja (commonly known as Zanzibar). Pemba. Zanzibar is celebrated for its sandy beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters, historic Stone Town (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and lush spice plantations. After an exhilarating adventure Zanzibar serves as a destination, for relaxation.
Mnemba Island Lodge
Mnemba Island Lodge is an destination situated on a secluded private island just off the northeastern coast of Zanzibar. It offers an exclusive beach experience that promises luxury and privacy. The lodge boasts 12 bandas nestled amidst the tropical beach forest each constructed using traditional Zanzibari materials and featuring a private veranda. With a range of activities including snorkeling, diving, kayaking, fly fishing and captivating sunset dhow cruises guests can indulge in unforgettable adventures.
The Residence Zanzibar
The Residence Zanzibar is a luxury villa resort set along a mile long sandy beach. Blending comforts, with influences from Swahili, Omani, British and Indian cultures this resort offers 66 villas adorned with private pools and decks. A personal butler service ensures that every need is met with care. Guests can leisurely explore the resorts gardens either by bicycle or buggy or engage in exciting water sports activities. For relaxation and rejuvenation the spa at The Residence Zanzibar offers invigorating treatments utilizing spices and fruits.
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park derives its name from the Tarangire River that gracefully flows through its expanse. Located 70 miles southwest of Arusha in Tanzania this park is renowned for its elephant population as well as its breathtaking landscapes adorned with majestic baobab trees. Nature enthusiasts will be thrilled to discover that Tarangire National Park is also home to over 550 bird species—a paradise, for bird watchers seeking avian encounters.
Positioned atop Baobab and Marula trees the Tarangire Treetops lodge can be found along a path used by elephants during their migratory journeys, between Tarangire and Lake Manyara. This charming lodge offers 20 treehouse inspired rooms each showcasing bedrooms, inviting lounges and well appointed bathrooms all providing breathtaking vistas of the beautiful surroundings.