Tanzania, the cradle of mankind is a land of many wanders affording you amazing views of majestic mountains and lakes. It is a unique destination yet to be discovered and explore by man.

Kilimanjaro, the highest free standing mountain in Africa with its permanently snow-capped peak is one of Tanzania’s gems. The Ngorongora crater, the largest Caldera in the world, is popular for game viewing, bird watching and safaris.

The Serengeti National Park with its wide open plains and abundance of wildlife forms the heart base of the Serengeti, which is the most impressive wildlife sanctuary in the word. In search of greener pastures, hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra migrate in a rotational fashion between the plains of the Serengeti and the Masai Mara in Kenya – completing the circle of life and death.
Lush gardens and stunning vistas are part of your Mountain Village Lodge experience. Nestled between Mt. Kilimanjaro and nearby Mt. Meru, your private rondavel is set in the midst of a coffee plantation. Serenity, solitude and comfort permeate this haven. Stroll the gardens and bird watch or take in the panoramic views of Lake Duluti, Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru.


There are 42 rondavels with en-suite baths. Every room has a delightful view and the estate has views of Mt. Meru, Mt. Kilimanjaro and Lake Duluit. Guests may enjoy a relaxing walk around the lake. The lodge offers a restaurant and bar facility. Enjoy horse riding, bird watching, fishing and game drives/activities.
The lodge is situated high above Lake Manyara and commands panoramic views across the volcano-studded floor of the Great Rift Valley and the stunning Manyara soda lake. The abundant birdlife in the area inspired the design of the 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.


The lodge has 67 circular, thatched en-suite rooms that echo the traditional Masai ‘Boma” style of construction. Each room is vibrantly decorated to reflect the Masai love of brilliant scarlet-and –indigo checked cloaks and bright yellow, white, blue and orange beadwork.
All rooms are equipped with a private telephone, is well ventilated, hot water shower, mini-bar, room safe, laundry, valet, gift shop, swimming pool, babysitting, internet connectivity, veranda and breathtaking views of the Lake. Beauty treatments and massage are available, as well as a gift shop. A nurse is on call 24 hours a day. Bicycle hire facility. Enjoy game safaris on the lake.
As if in a land before time, the lodge is built into the rim of a dormant and collapsed volcano, the plant and ivy-covered native stone blending masterly with its surroundings. Close by lies the Olduval Gorge, the birthplace of Man.
Today the volcano and surrounding landscape are part of a vast conservation area inhabited by the Masai tribe and abundance of big game and bird life.


Most guest rooms has private terraces with views of the crater floor where countless animals make there home. Guest rooms are spacious with central heating, and decorated with prehistoric cave paintings. The furniture is created from rich hardwood timber. The lodge offers 75 rooms, each with its own rock-enclosed balcony, brass lamps, embossed leather headboards, wildwood mirrors and Masai carvings. The rooms are fully air-conditioned and enjoy uninterrupted views over the Crater. The rooms all have en-suite facilities with a walk in wardrobe. Full housekeeping services (laundry, valet, babysitting, children's menus and dining, and shoeshine), a stocked Africana Gift Shop is on the premises, beauty treatments and massage and hairdressing facilities are available.
Features of the lodge include marble floors, fountains and waterfalls , with magnificent views. Al fresco dining on the raised barbeque terrace of the lodge is a must.


Nestling amongst the baobab trees in Tarangire National Park, Tarangire Sopa Lodge comprises of 75 suites, each with spacious bathrooms, private lounges with mini balconies overlooking one of Tanzania’s Parks. It’s large rooms has queen size beds with en-suite shower, toilet, balcony, lounge with minibar. Facilities include a restaurant, pool, game and bird viewing.
The Serengeti is the jewel in the crown of Tanzania's protected areas. The Serengeti National Park is undoubtedly the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world. With more than one and a half million wildebeest, half a million Thomson's gazelle, and a quarter of a million zebra, it has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa. 'Serengeti' comes from the Masai language and appropriately means an 'extended place'. In the open grass plains during the rainy months from November to May hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra congregate. The area is the starting point for one of the great wonders of the world, ‘the Serengeti annual migration’. The Serengeti National Park is without a doubt a defining image of East Africa. Come and experience the splendour of ‘the Serengeti annual migration’.

Visit the Ngorongoro Crater National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most densely crowded wildlife areas in the world and is home to an estimated 30,000 animals.

A visit to Lake Manyara National Park, one of Tanzania's most dramatically located wildlife areas, and Lake Manyara's most visible predators is a prime tourist attraction where lions are famous for their habit of climbing trees.

The Tarangire River provides the only permanent water in the area and the Tarangire National Park is reputed to contain some of the largest elephant herds in Tanzania or even in Africa, a must see.

The Arusha National Park, lying between the peaks of Kilimanjaro and Meru, is a small but beautiful park that has an abundance of fauna and flora. Everywhere throughout the Park there are chances to observe the natural world at its own pace, to see different animals in their various habitats and absorb something of the serenity of the surroundings. Ascend the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro and view the magnificent Rift Valley.

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