Our accommodations and lodging are carefully selected to guarantee quality and to seamlessly fit into the type of safari you choose. Our safaris lodges include incredible and comfortable mobile campsite locations, tented canvas permanent camps offering the outdoors in total comfort, and safari game lodges and hotels that will make a most wondrous trip even better.
Grumeti River Camp is in a remote valley of the Serengeti National Park, just 31 miles east of Africa’s largest lake, Lake Victoria. Grumeti’s spacious tents under makuti (palm frond) canopies truly convey the excitement of Africa. Each tented suite features a large bed made of Tanzanian cypress; en suite bathrooms offer separate toilets and alfresco showers open to the sun and stars.
Klein’s Camp offers the ultimate Tanzanian safari. Situated deep in the heart of the game-rich northern Serengeti, this private wildlife concession is leased from Masai landlords for the exclusive use of the camp’s 20 guests. With Kenya’s Masai Mara National Park to the north and the Serengeti to the west, Klein’s is one of the most strategically positioned wildlife sanctuaries in the world.
Experience a classic Tanzanian safari like the ones from the 1920's. The locations of the camps are carefully plotted to coincide with the movements of the annual Great Migration as it crosses the Serengeti plains. There are four permanent and three semi-permanent luxury lodges, each featuring bedouin style tents with private butler service. You’ll also enjoy delicious Pan African meals and traditional bush dinners.
Kusini is a permanent tented camp built on a raised, wooded kopje that blends seamlessly into the plains of the Serengeti. The most spectacular natural phenomenon in the continent of Africa-- the wildebeest migration-- takes place on the surrouding plains. Each of the twelve luxury tents has its own butler and its own private wooden veranda, the ideal spot to relax for a sundowner.
Commanding panoramic views over the Serengeti, the Serena Lodge is the ultimate fusion of traditional African architecture and world-class style. Each room features natural stone bathrooms, wildwood balconies, rope-lashed staircases, and intricately carved furniture. A circular bar looks out over the swimming pool towards the miles of savannah that lie below, the site of the million-strong wildebeest migration.
Hidden among the rocky outcrops of the Serengeti plains is a camp that exudes decadence reminiscent of old Africa. Surrounded by a 360 degree veranda deck, each guest tent is a private sanctuary. The spacious tents have been carefully placed to provide privacy and overlook the Grumeti River and its resident hippos, and rugged landscapes that are home to the world’s greatest mammal migration.
Serengeti Sopa Lodge is nestled in the acacia woodland overlooking the plains of the Serengeti National Park, host to the largest and most spectacular annual migration of wildebeest. Each room has en suite bathrooms and hairdryers, 2 queen size beds, a veranda with comfortable chairs and a coffee table, and glass windows facing the vast Serengeti plains which extend as far as the eye can see.
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is perched on the edge of the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater. It lies within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which covers more than 3,100 square miles of African wilderness. Inspired in design by the Masai mud-and-stick manyatta (homestead), it is without a doubt one of the most architecturally spectacular safari lodges in Africa. Few places are worthy of travel for the experience of staying there alone… the Crater Lodge is one of them.
Perched on the jagged rim of the crater, the Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is a triumph of ecological and architectural fusion. The clustered boulder-built buildings of the Lodge hug the crater rim, linked by rope-lashed timber walkways that skirt the buttressed roots of ancient, liana-hung trees. The Lodge is indeed a unique blend of world-class luxury and ethnic style.
Perched on the rim of a collapsed volcano called the Ngorongoro Crater, this World Heritage Site is often referred to as the eighth wonder of the world. The Lodge has magnificent views over the crater floor which is home to vast herds of buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, and more. Each of the spacious double bedrooms has two queen sized beds, a separate dressing area, and a glass-fronted veranda.
Lake Manyara Tree Lodge, the only lodge in the Lake Manyara National Park, is situated in a mahogany forest. The lodge consists of ten stilted tree house suites. The classically elegant rooms have overhead fans and mosquito nets as well as en suite bathrooms with baths and large twin hand basins. The private verandas have comfortable furniture and offer extensive views of the forest.
High on the bluff of a dramatic cliff above Lake Manyara, the Lake Manyara Serena Lodge commands panoramic views across the volcano-studded floor of the Great Rift Valley. The circular, closely-thatched rooms echo the traditional Masai “Boma” style of construction, and each room has a private veranda and breathtaking views of the shimmering lake.
Located in the middle of the Tarangire wilderness, Oliver’s Camp offers an unparalleled bush experience. The Camp’s crew has been a team for many years, so a stay here feels like joining a family that not only prepares amazing meals for you, but shares a deep knowledge of the park and its inhabitants. Guides can tell you about the characters and habits of different members of the lion prides.
On a far-flung beach along the shores of Lake Tanganyika in western Tanzania, below a huge tropical forest, is the tiny sanctuary of Greystoke Mahale. The six open-fronted bandas are set just on the forest line, looking out over the lake. Life at Mahale is easy - you can relax on your own deck, lazily stare out over the lake, or stroll to the mess for coffee or an early evening sundowner at the bar.
Each of Swala Camp’s twelve luxurious canvas pavilions is shaded by tall acacia trees; all are within sight of the water hole which regularly draws lions, leopards and the bull elephants for which Sanctuary Swala is famous. The tents feature comfortable king size beds, chairs and plush sofas, as well as en suite bathrooms. Each tent has its own butler who will attend to a guests' every need, and there is now a stunning infinity swimming pool overlooking the water hole.
Beho Beho enjoys the 'cooling breezes' for which it is named. Experienced guides will plan a custom safari just for you, whether you need time to relax, or want to take a game walk before breakfast in the bush. The stone built and palm thatched cottages are designed as private 'homes' with individuality and flair. The open sided lounges and dining areas together with the cocktail bar and 'billiards room' provide a sophisticated setting for post safari relaxation.
The Selous Game Reserve is wilderness on a huge scale - the largest in Africa. Accommodations at Sand Rivers Selous are in spacious open-fronted cottages made of stone and thatch and raised up on the banks of the Rufiji with amazing views out across the river. There are five standard rooms, two suites, and a new one-bedroom private house. The suites and the standard rooms all have en suite bathrooms, with flush toilets and powerful showers.
The spacious tents of the Selous Safari Camp are luxuriously appointed, with en suite bathrooms and open air hot water showers. Each tent sits atop its own raised timber platform with two large verandas offering stunning views. Animals wander freely through the camp. In fact, hippos moving through the camp are a nightly occurrence and some elephants frequently meander between the tents looking for a late night snack.