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Tanzania Accommodation

Each and every hotel and safari camp featured within our Tanzania collection has been hand-selected by our team of experts. Our first-hand knowledge allows us to be able to help plan bespoke holiday itineraries for you and your loved ones. We know the little details which makes each of our Tanzanian partners unique and which one is going to be right for you. We also love combining different destinations, islands, hotels and experiences. Our top recommendation for a multi-centre holiday to Tanzania would be Zanzibar. Please see our Tanzania journey inspiration page for some itinerary inspiration.

Chem Chem and Little Chem Chem, Tanzania
Chem Chem Lodge and Little Chem Chem are located on their own private concession, an area of 20,000 ha that protects an invaluable wildlife migration corridor between the Tarangire National Park and Lake Manyara National Park.
Entamanu Ngorongoro, Tanzania
Spectacularly set on the wild side of the Ngorongoro Crater rim, this unique intimate camp is the only place where you can watch the sun rise over the iconic Ngorongoro Crater and the sun set over the vast Serengeti plains.
Gibbs Farm, Tanzania
Gibbs Farm is a hotel that offers peace, tranquillity and a return to a different way of life! Guests are actively encouraged to become at one with their surroundings and emerge themselves into the ‘rhythm of the farm’.
Kuro Tarangire, Tanzania
Kuro Tarangire is set in perhaps the best, yet most understated locations in Tanzania - Tarangire National Park. Amid a grove of Acacia trees on the banks of the Tarangire you will find the luxurious Kuro Tarangire.
Lamai Serengeti, Tanzania
If you were to visit only one place in the Serengeti, it should be here! This small intimate tented camp is widely recognised as offering one of the best locations in the Serengeti.
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Tanzania
Distinguished by its unique combination of extravagant style and magnificent setting, this spectacular lodge relishes its phenomenal floor-to-ceiling views over one of the most fascinating volcanic calderas in the world.
Plantation Lodge, Tanzania
Located in the coffee plantations of the Ngorongoro, Plantation Lodge rests on the soft, red-brown hills amidst the vastness and silence of East Africa.
Serengeti Safari Camp, Tanzania
The annual wildebeest migration is the largest mass movement of land mammals on the planet and this small intimate mobile tented camp closely shadows this event, ensuring that you are as close to the wildebeest as possible.
Ras Kutani, Tanzania
Just a 10 minute light aircraft flight south of Dar es Salaam, Ras Kutani sits on a crescent of white sand with a freshwater lagoon on one side, the breaking surf of the Indian Ocean on the other and rainforest behind.
Sand Rivers, Tanzania
Set on a rocky peninsula with magnificent views over a vast sweep of the Rufiji River, this small and intimate lodge has captivated seasoned safari-goers for many years with its spectacular setting and its impeccable service.
Thanda Island, Tanzania
Nestled within Tanzania’s Shungi Mbili Island Marine Reserve, Thanda Island offers eight hectares of exclusive, sumptuous private island living in the midst of the Indian Ocean.
Siwandu, Tanzania
This authentic safari camp offers classic bush luxury in the heart of the vast Selous - one of Africa's best kept secrets. This raw and wild landscape tugs at the heart-strings of all those privileged enough to visit.
Fanjove Island, Tanzania
Fanjove Island has long been an exceptional jewel in East Africa's Indian Ocean crown. Exquisitely located in the little-known Songo Songo archipelago off the eastern coast of Tanzania, Fanjove epitomises Robinson Crusoe desert island seclusion.
Chada Katavi, Tanzania
Western Tanzania’s Katavi National Park offers one of the greatest wildlife experiences in Africa – it is thought to have a greater density of mammals than any other Tanzanian reserve.
Greystoke Mahale, Tanzania
Tucked away on a far-flung beach along the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika, Greystoke Mahale is one of the few places left on earth which might rightfully be called Eden.
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