A useful list of things to prepare and know before you travel to Tanzania, such as information about visa, vaccinations, money, language and safety. Have a look to be well prepared!
Climbing Kili is never cheap, and offers vary hugely. We don’t offer the cheapest tours, because we offer respectful working conditions to our crew, and pay them fair wages. Read more.
Want to make sure you don’t get eaten by a lion just because you were wearing the wrong color T-shirt? Check out our complete safari packing list and learn exactly what to bring!
Make sure you don’t forget your socks or any other important item on your way to the ‘Roof of Africa’. Check out our complete Kilimanjaro packing list and get packing!
Thinking about climbing Kilimanjaro but not sure when to go? We give you all the necessary information to help you decide when is the best time to climb Kilimanjaro.
Tanzania isn’t the cheapest country for safaris, but there are several ways to keep it reasonable. We explain where the high prices come from, and how to save some money.
While most people in tourist areas speak English, it’s always good to know some basic Swahili to get around and make a good impression. Here’s our list of useful Swahili words and phrases!
High, higher, Kilimanjaro height! The highest mountain in Africa comes with a few risks. Altitude sickness is probably the most important one. Read these tips to avoid it.
If you’re having a hard time deciding between the countless national parks and other safari destinations that are worth visiting in Tanzania, maybe this list can help!
We find it super important that you have a good match with your tour operator, and we want to explain to you how we operate, so that you can decide whether we’re your perfect match or not.
On the edge of Ngorongoro Conservation Area lies Kitela Lodge, our preferred mid-range option in the Karatu / Mto wa Mbu area. The hotel has a swimming pool and a spa and offers magnificent views of the conservation area. If you want to recover from your safari and relax in style, this is the place for you!
All rooms have an elegant style and are equipped with their own private terrace or balcony.
Bathrooms are private for all rooms.
Kudu Lodge is located in Karatu, in between Lake Manyara National Park andThe Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It’s a great starting point for a visit to most of the parks. The property is filled with lush spacious gardens and offers an overall quiet and relaxed atmosphere. There’s a pool, a spa, a gift shop and a bar.
The lodge offers different types of rooms, both when it comes to size and comfort level. In our offers, we include standard rooms to accommodate the number of people in your group, but feel free to let us know if you want to explore different options.
Bathrooms are private for all rooms.
Migombani Camp is located opposite the entrance of Lake Manyara National Park and the perfect starting point for a visit to most of the parks. It’s located on top of a hill and offers a breathtaking view of the national park. You can enjoy the views around the infinity pool during the day or relax around the campfire in the evening.
Migombani offers both camping and glamping options. If you pick camping, we’ll set up your tent in the large central grass field. Food will be prepared by your personal chef and you’ll eat at camping tables and chairs on the grass field.
The permanent glamping tents are set up around the edge of the park and offer real beds and bed linens. Food is prepared by the accommodation and you’ll eat at the restaurant.
Bathrooms are shared for both options. They’re spacious and clean and offer sufficient warm water.