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Sultan Palace sits at the northern end of a pristine beach, atop a high coral cliff on Zanzibar’s eastern coast. Designed and built by Roberto Merlo – an Italian underwater photographer who sadly died in December 2004 – Sultan Palace offers style and comfort and is one ... Read more about Sultan Palace
Fumba Beach Lodge
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Mwagusi Safari Camp
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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
Selous Impala Camp
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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
Siwandu (Selous Safari Camp)
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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)
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Owned by the team who run the top-end Beho Beho Camp, in the Selous Game Reserve, The Oyster Bay Hotel is in the 'Oyster Bay' district of Dar es Salaam. It was renovated extensively between 2006 and November 2007, and we first visited the hotel in November 2007, just a ... Read more about Oyster Bay
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