25 October 2016

10 safari lodges in Tanzania
Four Seasons Serengeti
Fly in Safari, Four Seasons Serengeti
Located in the Central Serengeti, the fly-in, five-star Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is just a 50-minute flight from the town of Arusha in Tanzania (or an eight-hour drive). Relax in the comfort of one of 77 rooms, suites and villas with furnished terraces before heading out to the plains to get up close and personal with the Big Five on a game drive. Feast on unique, all-inclusive dining, indulge yourself in the spa or sunbathe beside the infinity pool overlooking an elephant watering hole.
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Serengeti Explorer Camp
Serengeti Fly in Safari  
Camp in style at Serengeti Explorer Camp, staying in one of eight luxury tents or reserving the entire camp. Enjoy en-suite bathrooms and shared facilities such as a dining tent for all-inclusive meals, and an evening camp fire. The flexibility of the resort, which moves across three exclusive National Park sites based on the migration of the animals, means guests are as close as possible to the game-viewing action. From daytime safaris with picnic lunches to evening drives, this is a serious Serengeti experience.
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&Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
Endless Plains to Coral Atolls
Set on the open rim of Tanzania’s awe-inspiring Ngorongoro Crater, the &Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is a unique blend of elegant baroque architecture and the rugged Masai landscape. Sumptuous sofas and beaded chandeliers within decadent suites offering butler service provide respite from the heat of the Serengeti, where you can take a safari to see the 25,000 mammals resident in the Crater - including large herds of wildebeest, endangered black rhino and impressive prides of lion.
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Kirurumu Manyara Lodge
The Masai Camping Safari    
Located on the stunning edge of the Great Rift Valley, Kirurumu Manyara Lodge offers panoramic views over Lake Manyara, the Rift floor and beyond to Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti. A total of 27 tented rooms feature electricity and en-suite bathrooms, while a welcoming bar on the sun deck is perfect for winding down after a day spent on a guided trek or safari through Lake Manyara National Park, just 20 minutes away, or Tarangire National Park, only 40 minutes from the lodge.
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Rufiji River Camp
Fly-in Selous Safari    
Set high on the banks of the Great Rufiji River, with stunning sunsets over Selous Game Reserve, the Rufiji River Camp was built with native materials by local craftsmen. Boasting luxurious tents and suites with sleek bathrooms, the camp offers game drives and walks as well as boating safaris. Spy on elephants and packs of hunting dogs, or sail alongside hippos and crocodiles in lakes and deltas that fill and empty according to rainfall, then return to camp for a cooling swim in the shaded pool.
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Singita Sasakwa Lodge
Endless Plains to Coral Atolls  
Experience old-world elegance in the heart of the Serengeti’s Grumeti Reserves in northern Tanzania, from the plush surrounds of Singita Sasakwa Lodge. The manor house and private cottages, plus exclusive wine cellar, provide an oasis after a land rover safari to see wildebeest and zebra migrating across the plains. Amazing all-inclusive features encompass a spa, gym and swimming pool, along with three mouth-watering meals and drinks every day.
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Ngorongoro Serena
Ngorongoro Safari
Known as one of the world’s best hotels and set within its largest volcanic crater, Ngorongoro Serena is camouflaged into the landscape. Occupied by 25,000 large mammals, such as huge bull elephants, rhinos and lions, the Ngorongoro Crater is a premier destination for game drives. The lodge itself has been carved into the crater’s rim, with areas linked by stone passages and timbered decks. All rustic, elegant rooms feature a rock-enclosed balcony with panoramic views of the natural wonders below.
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Tarangire Sopa Lodge
Simba Safari  
The greatest concentration of elephants in Africa lives in the Tarangire National Park, home to the 75 family-friendly suites of Tarangire Sopa Lodge. Hidden amidst trees and grasses, this beautiful resort is completely open to the national park, giving guests the chance of a close encounter with wild animals. Take a nature walk, night game drive or hot-air balloon ride to see herds of elephants and oryx, tree-climbing lions and huge pythons as well as rock paintings by early man.
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Serengeti Serena
Ngorongoro, Manyara & Serengeti
Individual ‘rondavel’ rooms are set high on a tree-lined ridge, with sweeping views across the Serengeti, at the stunning Serengeti Serena Lodge. Ideally located beside the Western Corridor and Grumeti River, the lodge blends luxury with African style and features a ‘vanishing horizon' pool overlooking the plains. For fans of the Big Five, there’s no better location than this resort near the two-million-year-old palaeolithic site of Ol Duvai, as it also sees the annual migration of over a million wildebeest.
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Selous Serena
Southern Dreams
An oasis in the wilderness, the Selous Serena Camp has 360-degree views of the Selous Game Reserve - a World Heritage Site four times the size of the Serengeti. Twelve luxury tents draw on typical safari style, with thatched roofs and viewing decks, while the resort also boasts a central dining room, library and bar connected by walkways, and an amazing infinity pool and sundeck. The highlights of a stay here include some of the most exclusive boating safaris in Africa and the chance to see all of the Big Five.
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