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The Serengeti is one of the world's last wildlife refuges. This vast area of land supports the greatest remaining concentration of plains game in Africa, on a scale unparalleled anywhere else in the world. The word comes from Masai "Siringet", meaning endless plains. Equals in size to Northern Ireland, the park contains an estimated three million large animals, most of which take part in seasonal migration that is one of nature's wonders.
Seronera Wildlife Lodge
Seronera Wildlife Lodge is ideally located at the heart of the Serengeti plains to track the migration of wildebeests. On the edge of the Seronera River, this is the perfect starting point for safaris setting out to discover lions, cheetahs, elephants and the other fabulous wildlife of Africa.

The lodge is built on a "kopjes" (rock-pile) and offers 75 self contained guest rooms. It also features a restaurant and a very pleasant bar overlooking the incomparable Serengeti plains.
Lobo Wildlife Lodge
Located in the Northern part of the Serengeti Lobo Wildlife Lodge has 75 rooms. Like its counterpart further south, it was constructed around a rocky outcrop using mainly wood and glass. Because of its location this lodge does not feature on many safari itineraries, but it has a pool and good game viewing, particularly at certain seasons.
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge is set high on a hill with breathtaking vistas of sweeping grasslands and the unspoiled wilderness landscape of the Serengeti plains. Big game feed in full view of the lodge. The Serengeti is a natural paradise and home to one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth - the annual migration of millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle.

The lodge design is simple but stunning. Inspired by a traditional African village, separate rondavel "huts" house the luxury guest rooms that have their own view of the vast Serengeti plains. From the overall impression to the smallest detail, the lodge is rich in local atmosphere created by indigenous handicrafts and art.

A delightful water feature runs through the main public areas, creating a natural source of waterborne plants and provides a home to many indigenous species of reptiles, amphibians and birds.
Kirawira Camp - Western Serengeti
Kirawira is a reincarnation of an elegant Victorian era outpost, set against the imposing backdrop of the Western Serengeti. Here guests experience Africa's majesty as if they are among the first to travel these extraordinary lands.

Set upon a hill with commanding views of endless savanna, the luxury tented camp beckons you to experience the soul of the African wilderness. Kirawira Camp is a member of the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

The camp is built in the remote regions of the Grumeti River and is home to a wide variety of big game - lion, buffalo, cheetah, wildebeest, giraffe, baboon, and gazelle. Guests at Kirawira Camp may be lucky enough to witness the magnificent spectacle of millions of wildebeest crossing the Grumeti River during their annual migration across the Serengeti plains.

From almost anywhere, there are spectacular vistas of the Serengeti stretching to the horizon. Kirawira's carefully landscaped grounds are in complete harmony with their natural surroundings.

Guests enjoy the highest standards of personalized attention, accommodation, meals and service. All beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), food, laundry and game drives in a customized fleet of Land Rovers are included as part of Kirawira Camp's unique offering.
Serengeti Sopa Lodge
The lodge is located in the Nyarboro Hills in the south west of the Serengeti National Park and is the only tourism development in this section of the Park. Year round water and the acacia woodland in this area create an ideal environment for the wide variety of wildlife seen in the immediate vicinity of the lodge.

Being situated on the slopes of the hills the lodges offers magnificent views over the 14,763sq km (5,200sq. mile) expanse of the National Park, Tanzania’s largest wildlife conservation area. Access to the lodge is via a tarmac highway to Makuyuni and then an all weather road through Mto wa Mbu, Karatu and the Ngoromgoro Conservation Area highlands.

The alternative is a one hour scheduled or chartered flight from Arusha to Seronera followed by a 45 minute drive through plentiful wildlife to the lodge.
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Is a huge area containing active volcanoes, mountains, archaeological sites, rolling plains, forests, lakes, dunes and of course - Ngorongoro Crater and Olduvai Gorge.

The views at the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater are sensational. On the crater floor, grassland blends into swamps, lakes, rivers, woodland and mountains - all a heaven for wildlife including the densest predator population in Africa. The crater is home to up to 2,500 largest mammals.
Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge
Perched on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater at 2,286 meters above sea level (with a 600 m sheer drop down to the crater floor); the Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge affords one of the greatest views of the crater.

Its 75 rooms are centrally heated, and the lounge features a fireplace and panoramic windows which open on to a terrace serving as an observation deck for the crater below. The lodge is a 3-hour drive from Arusha and 90 minutes from Manyara. The airstrip is only a 10-minute drive away.
Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge
The lodge is located on Lemala Hill on the uppermost, eastern rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, a World Heritage Site, in the volcanic highlands of northern Tanzania. The crater forms part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area which covers 8,300sq kms (3,200 sq. miles).

This World Heritage Site has been set aside to preserve and integrate the diverse values and interests of wildlife, local people, archaeology, flora, tourism and the area's environment and ecology.

The Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is, and will remain as, the only tourist development on the eastern rim of the crater and thus offers our guests unique and spectacular views down into the crater floor and of the sunsets over the western horizon. Another major advantage of this site that our guests can enjoy is the fact that their crater safari begins within five minutes of leaving the lodge.
Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge
As if in a land before time, Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is built into the rim of a dormant and collapsed volcano (known as a caldera), the plant and ivy-covered native stone blending masterfully with its surroundings.

Close by lies the Olduvai Gorge, the "birthplace of man". Today the volcano and surrounding landscape are part of a vast conservation area inhabited by the Masai tribe, as well as an extraordinary variety of big game and birdlife.

Most guest rooms have private terraces with views of the crater floor where countless animals make their home. At Ngorongoro Serena Lodge visitors co-exist in perfect harmony with the natural environment and the wildlife that inhabits it.
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The permanent water supply of the park means that during summer, the animal population here rivals that of the Serengeti with wildebeest, zebra, eland, elephant, hartebeest, buffalo, gerenuk, fringe, eared Oryx and flocks of birds of many different species. Prime game viewing months are between September and December.
Tarangire Sopa Lodge
The lodge is located on the eastern side of the Tarangire River opposite Tarangire Hill. The Tarangire National Park is 120kms (75 miles) from Arusha by road and is one of Tanzania's most easily accessible conservation areas. The Park is a 2,600sq km (900sq mile) area of remarkable beauty and rewarding game drives and is on the traditional migration route of several species of wildlife.

The lodge is 30kms (20 miles) from the park entrance gate, about an hour's drive through an area rich in wildlife. The alternative is a 20 minute chartered flight from Arusha followed by a 45 minute drive through plentiful wildlife to the lodge.
Tarangire Safari Lodge
The Tarangire Safari Lodge is located on a ridge with one of Tanzania's most spectacular panoramic views. The Lodge has 35 tents and bungalows with beds, electricity and en-suite W.C. with solar heated shower. After game viewing, visitors enjoy the refreshing swimming pool with slide and children's splash pool.
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Lake Manyara

Is also known as the magnificent hunting country in the green hills of Africa. Mahogany, sausage and croton are alive with blue monkeys and vervets. Elephants feed off fallen fruit while bushbuck, waterbuck, baboons, aardvarks, civet, the shy pangolin and leopard as well as the black rhino; all make their home in the forest. Manyara is sanctuary to elusive buffalo and hippo, giraffe, impala, zebra, and most famous residents - tree-climbing lions.
Lake Manyara Hotel
Built 1,400 meters above sea level on the western escarpment of the huge Rift Valley, the Hotel overlooks the glassy lake of the Manyara National Park, home to countless colonies of pink flamingos, pelicans, and thousands of other birds.

Set 130 km from Arusha, the Hotel has 100 convertible rooms, swimming pool, a superb terrace and a shop selling objects of art. There is an airstrip nearby.
Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge
It is difficult to imagine a more spectacular setting for Lake Manyara Serena Lodge - on the edge of the Mto Wa Mbu escarpment, overlooking the Great Rift Valley and the stunning Manyara soda lake.

Tree-climbing lions are but one lure. The extraordinary birdlife has made this place world-renowned among ornithologists, who come to observe the masses of pink flamingos and great birds of prey.

The abundant birdlife inspired the design of Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge - swooping curves are complemented by soft, geometric patterns; stylish murals depict bird migration patterns. The circular shape of the buildings is a tribute to indigenous architectural traditions. Beyond the superb standards of hospitality offered, there is a spirit of tranquility that prevails.
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