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Selous Impala Camp is situated on a wooded stretch of the stunning Rufiji River within the Selous Game Reserve. Simply though stylishly designed, it offers varied safaris and combines well with its sister camp in Ruaha National Park, the rather more spartan Mdonya Old River Camp... Read more about Impala Camp
|22%|91% (58 reviews)
The Serena Inn in Stone Town is part of the internationally renowned Serena chain, which has hotels all over East Africa. The buildings which make up the Serena Inn were once used as the residence for a Chinese doctor but it has been a hotel for the past 15 years and has ... Read more about Serena Inn
Lake Manze Adventure Camp
|17%|93% (173 reviews)
Lake Manze Adventure Camp opened in 2007 on a prime location overlooking Lake Manze, which is one of the more northerly of a series of lakes and rivers within a rich alluvial floodplain of the Rufiji River. It lies at the heart of Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve, and was ... Read more about Lake Manze Camp
Zanzibar Coffee House
|11%|83% (52 reviews)
The small Zanzibar Coffee House Hotel sits above a coffee shop down one of Stone Town's narrow streets. All their coffee comes from the owner's plantation in southern Tanzania. The beans are roasted on site at the hotel, and as a result the entire hotel has a lovely aroma... Read more about Zanzibar Coffee House
Siwandu (Selous Safari Camp)
|9%|98% (52 reviews)
Very plush and luxurious, Selous Safari Camp is set amid mixed woodland on the shores of Lake Nzerakera, in the Selous Game Reserve. There are two different and entirely separate sections of the camp – North and South – and one or both are used, depending on the number of guests... Read more about Siwandu (Selous Safari)
|9%|100% (140 reviews)
Beho Beho has a unique location in Selous Game Reserve – high on a hill in an area dotted with baobab trees. Indeed, the name Beho Beho means ‘breeze’; apt given its airy location. Its site was first used as early as 1972, and it’s not only one of the reserve’s first camps, ... Read more about Beho Beho
Dhow Palace Hotel
|8%|79% (37 reviews)
The Dhow Palace Hotel in Stone Town is a beautiful old building full of Swahili character. Originally, the building belonged to a wealthy Arab from the Omani royal family. It then remained as a private house until nineteen years ago, when it was fully renovated and became a hotel... Read more about Dhow Palace Hotel
Southern Sun Dar
|8%|82% (132 reviews)
The Southern Sun is located in Dar es Salaam's town centre, making it very convenient for those who only have a short stay in the city. With an outdoor pool, restaurant, fitness centre and variety of other facilities, it is a pleasant and good value hotel.
Southern Sun ... Read more about Southern Sun
Mwagusi Safari Camp
|8%|96% (99 reviews)
Set on the banks of the seasonal Mwagusi River, Mwagusi Camp is smart and very comfortable, yet rustic in feel. It has been operating in Ruaha National Park for well over a decade. As a result, the game drawn to the river and in the surrounding area is well habituated. ... Read more about Mwagusi Safari Camp
Mdonya Old River Camp
|6%|91% (103 reviews)
Set in acacia woodland in the heart of Ruaha National Park, Mdonya Old River Camp was designed with a conscious desire to remain simple, and keep within its surroundings. It makes no apologies for sticking to safari basics – in fact it rather revels in the idea – and this ... Read more about Mdonya Old River Camp
|6%|97% (76 reviews)
Ras Kutani is situated on a quiet stretch of white beach south of Dar es Salaam, tucked in amongst lush tropical vegetation on a wild stretch of coastline. To get there you'll be rowed across the calm waters of a lagoon. It aims to have the feel of a 'safari lodge' on the ... Read more about Ras Kutani
Beyt al Salaam
|5%|82% (44 reviews)
Beyt al Salaam, previously Beyt al Chai, has recently reopened it's doors (Jan 2014) having changed owners and been completely refurbished.
The Beyt al Salaam is a small boutique hotel which is relaxed and peaceful, and a favourite amongst our travellers. The building ... Read more about Beyt al Salaam
|5%|82% (17 reviews)
After three years of restoration work, Kholle House opened its doors in February 2011 as one of Stone Town’s newer boutique hotels. Situated right in the heart of Stone Town, it manages to retain a lot of character with apparently very reasonable prices.
Kholle House is ... Read more about Kholle House
Zanzibar Palace Hotel
|5%|90% (40 reviews)
Opened in July 2006, the Zanzibar Palace has quickly gained a reputation as one of the best boutique hotels in Stone Town. Zanzibar Palace Hotel is independently owned and the Dutch management team pride themselves on great service and personal attention to guests. The ... Read more about Zanzibar Palace Hotel
Serena Hotel Dar
|5%|77% (41 reviews)
Conveniently close to the airport, in the centre of town, the Serena Hotel Dar (previously called the Moevenpick Royal Palm Hotel) is perhaps the city's best large hotel: it's very professional and ideal for short overnight stops.
The Serena Hotel Dar has 230 rooms in ... Read more about Serena Hotel Dar
|5%|87% (34 reviews)
Originally built by German settlers in 1929, Gibb's Farm is one of Northern Tanzania's oldest guesthouses. Located half way between Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater, it's surrounded by tropical gardens and has great views over a coffee-plantation.
On arrival, guests ... Read more about Gibbs Farm
Gorilla Mountain View Lodge
|5%|89% (66 reviews)
The newest mid-range hotel in the Volcanoes National Park is the Gorilla Mountain View Lodge. The owners of the lodge are the former owners of the Mountain Gorilla's Nest.
The Gorilla Mountain View Lodge has 20 individual cottages constructed out of brick and tile – another ... Read more about Gorilla Mountain View
|5%|91% (29 reviews)
The privately run Plantation Lodge, first opened in 1998, is located between Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Lake Manyara National Park, a short distance from the bustling market town of Karatu. It is set in 3 hectares (7 acres) of beautifully maintained gardens, staffed ... Read more about Plantation Lodge
|5%|92% (34 reviews)
Dunia Camp is located in the Moru Kopjes in the south of central Serengeti. This elegant yet unpretentious camp is in a good area for seeing the Wildebeest Migration between December and March, and then well located for the resident game of the central Serengeti for the rest of the year... Read more about Dunia Camp
|5%|96% (37 reviews)
Stylish and with a slightly colonial edge, Jongomero Camp is similar to its sister camp Siwandu. It has smooth and seamless service and plenty of luxury, but despite this, Jongomero has retained a real sense of wilderness. Located in the far south of Ruaha National Park, ... Read more about Jongomero Camp
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