Tanzania

Tanzania safari lodges and eco camps include Ngorongoro Crater Lodge at Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti Under Canvas at Serengeti, Singita’s Grumeti Camps at Grumeti Reserve, Serengeti, Greystoke Mahale at the foot of the Mahale Mountains, Hatari in Arusha National Park, and Pole Pole on Mafia Island. These resorts are ranked among the most notable Tanzania safari lodges and eco camps, and nature reserves in the region.

Perched on the edge of a crater, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge sits at a “World Heritage Site”, which extents 8,300 square kilometers and expands from the Rift Valley to the Serengeti. The Conservation Area of Ngorongoro Crater is noted for its nature beauty and history. Safari’s activities include walking along the edges of the crater, visiting a Maasai cultural village and explore the local handicrafts and watch local dancing and performances.

Tanzania safari lodges and eco camps allow travelers to completely indulge the land, wildlife, and the cultures of the aboriginal people.

Serengeti Under Canvas is a private tent hotel, which is constantly being moved around Serengeti to position guests in close proximity to the wildlife migration within the nature park. The canvas of the tents’ walls is the only guard separating the animals, African bush, and night skies.

Tanzania safari lodges and eco camps’ structures range from simple abodes to luxury tents.

Singita comprises a collection of eco-friendly lodges. Singita’s Grumeti Camps at Grumeti Reserve overview “Singita Grumeti, situated adjacent to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, is an integral part of the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem, the home of the Great Migration. The reserve was created by the Tanzanian government in 1994 in order to protect the path of the annual wildebeest migration and the indigenous biodiversity of this vast and important ecosystem. In 2002, the Grumeti Community and Wildlife Conservation Fund, a not-for-profit organisation, was granted the right to manage and conserve these 350,000 acres, for the benefit of Tanzania, Africa and the world. Four years later, Singita took over the management of the property, at the request of the concessionaire and began the task of generating, via low impact tourism, the funds necessary to ensure the long-term sustainability of the reserve through conservation and community partnerships.”— Singita

Greystoke Mahale is a remote beachfront Tanzania Eco Lodge, accessible by boat. Greystoke Mahale is the epitome of a tiny resort hidden away from civilization. Lake Tanganyika and Greystoke Mahale Mountains National Park create two contrasting worlds here.

Hatari is a Arusha Lodge. It is the former private homes of actor Hardy Krüger and located at the edge of Arusha National Park. Close to the setting of the legendary movie “HATARI!” and overlooking the world famous Mount Kilimanjaro and its neighboring dormant volcano, Mount Meru, Hatari is appreciated by nature and wildlife enthusiasts.

Pole Pole is a eco-resort on Mafia Island. The island is so serene it lacks the mass tourism that is so prevalent elsewhere. Buildings on Mafia Island are restricted to few tourist lodges. These lodges are like “bush resorts” or “eco-lodges” in that everything is quiet, thus offering the perfect alternative safari experience. Major tourist activities are scuba diving, snorkeling, beach, and offshore island excursions.

Tanzania safari lodges and eco camps strive to preserve the pristine lands and native wildlife in Africa. They do this by orchestrating codependent relationships between the local people and the business of ecotourism.

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