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Tanzania
Best Time to Visit: June to Oct +
December to March



Adventure in 2013
The New York Times rated Tanzania as the #7 travel destination of 2012!
 
"[Tanzania's] always had Mount Kilimanjaro, after all. And now other attractions are being discovered, too — places like Gibb’s Farm, a small lodge from which guests can hike to the Ngorongoro Crater area, a prime destination for big game viewing. In addition, the opening of exclusive safari reserves like the Singita Grumeti and the upscale camps managed by Nomad Tanzania and Chem Chem are evidence that the country’s tourist infrastructure is becoming more sophisticated, perhaps even catching up to Kenya’s." - Gisela Williams, NY Times Travel Section, January 8, 2012 
The Serengeti - The World's Most Famous Wildlife Ecosystem
The World's Greatest Wildlife - Tanzania is famed for having some of the best game viewing in Africa and is home to many unique destinations. The Serengeti, the world's most famous wildlife ecosystem and the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest unflooded volcanic crater, are two of the most famous areas in Africa. Tanzania is still very wild and exciting yet casual, with an almost old-fashioned style of life which makes it feel like you have stepped back in time and allows for a truly authentic safari in tented camps and small intimate lodges with some fabulous guides!

Traditional Tented Camps
Tanzania is a spectacular destination to visit and your accommodations will vary between small privately owned lodges and luxury tented camps. These selected intimate camps and lodges are stylishly outfitted with all the amenities needed for a comfortable stay. Each camp or lodge is run by manager/hosts along with professional guides and attentive staff. Your stay in the Tanzanian wilderness will provide you with a fascinating and exciting perspective into life in the African bush.


Top Properties in Tanzania

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Chada-Katavi Camp

Chada-Katavi Camp

Chada Katavi is situated in the core of Katavi National Park in western Tanzania. Reputed to be one of the wildest places on earth, Katavi National Park is one of the great wildlife experiences of the world. Learn more »
Greystoke-Mahale

Greystoke-Mahale

On a far-flung beach along the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika, below a huge story-book tropical forest, is the tiny sanctuary of Greystoke Mahale. The slopes of the Mahale Mountains rise behind camp, home to the worlds largest known population of chimpanzees. Learn more »
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

High on the south-western rim stands Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, commanding views of this natural wonder that often moves onlookers to reverential awe. Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is perched on the edge of the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater at the eastern edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania.Learn more »
Lamai

Lamai

A few years ago the Tanzanian government chose a handful of responsible companies to build small permanent lodges in the remote far northern sector of the Serengeti National Park. Nomad Tanzania was offered the prime site.Learn more »
Nduara Loliondo Camp

Nduara Loliondo Camp

This new camp was designed to celebrate nomadic cultures around the world; the Mongolian Gers or Yurts, the Navajo tepees, and our own Maasai bomas. The outcome of this heady mix of culture, style, comfort and wilderness, is the most amazing camp you will ever see.Learn more »
Nomad Serengeti Camp

Nomad Serengeti Camp

Serengeti Safari Camp is a traditional mobile tented camp, the location of which varies within the Serengeti as it shadows the migrating wildebeest herds. Learn more »
Mnemba Island Lodge

Mnemba Island Lodge

Mnemba, an untouched atoll off the coast of Zanzibar, is therapy for the spirit. This is where Bill Gates comes to unwind and savour Mother Nature's delights, on our heart-shaped splash of sand in the blue depths of the Indian Ocean. Learn more »

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