Best Tanzania Safari Tours

The Best Of Serengeti National Park in Tanzania

You are invited to explore the incredible Serengeti National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Tanzania. Stretching across nearly 14,000 square kilometers (5,500 square miles) of grassy savannah and meandering rivers, this protected area is one of the world’s last great wildlife spectacles. Here you can witness the magnificent annual migration of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra, and other creatures in an unending cycle of life. This vast ecosystem also shelters over two million large mammals, more than 500 species of birds, and almost 3,000 types of plants. Look out for some of Africa’s most iconic animals such as giraffes, lions, cheetahs, and elephants – including endangered black rhinos. In addition to these thrilling animal encounters, you can also visit local Maasai communities; explore hidden waterfalls; and wander through untouched expanses of wilderness.

Best Things To Do in Serengeti National Park

  • Wildebeest Migration Watching
  • Hot Air Balloon Safari

Best Accommodation & Hotels in Serengeti National Park

Serengeti safari camp

You can experience the mesmerising beauty of the Serengeti at Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp. This canvas camp has all the creature comforts to ensure a pleasant stay in the grasslands. Enjoy a panoramic view of the Serengeti from the main tent’s lounge and bar area, where you can also savour drinks from the fully stocked bar. If reading is more your thing, visit our library tent which houses a diverse selection of books – including some that provide information on local wildlife and history. Our onsite chefs will take care of your stomach with their delicious African-inspired dishes served in either indoor or outdoor settings. And for a perfect end to your day, join us for sundowners at the outdoor fireplace, complete with snacks and drinks as you watch one of nature’s most beautiful spectacles – a vibrant sunset followed by a star-studded night sky!

Kiota Camp Serengeti

You will love Kiota, a Swahili term for “nest”, for its incredible bird’s eye view of one of Tanzania and Africa’s most iconic landscapes. Located in the Serengeti’s picturesque Seronera River Valley, Kiota Camp provides a wild adventure while still being surrounded by other lodges and camps. You’ll love exploring the central Serengeti with its wooded hills to the north and short grass plains to the south – it’s ideal for spotting big cats! Twice a year, witness The Great Migration as it passes through this region. It can be tricky to predict when they’ll arrive, but usually they travel north in April/May and return south in November. The perfect accompaniment is Kiota Camp coupled with Chaka Camp – a mobile camp that follows the migration and moves between north and south twice yearly.

Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge

Nestled atop an acacia-lined ridge lies the exquisite Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge, a celebrated destination in Tanzania. This African-style haven boasts an expansive infinity pool with breathtaking views of the Serengeti’s lush grasslands, home to prowling lions and cheetahs and colossal wildebeest herds. The sweeping vista is truly remarkable, offering visitors a never-ending view of the immensity and magnificence of nature. The Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge boasts 65 guest rooms and one suite, all contained within clusters of traditional domed “rondavels” that have been integrated harmoniously into the acacia groves and adjacent streams. Guests can also enjoy the breathtaking infinity pool which is situated nearby.

Lake Manyara National Park

Located in northern Tanzania, the magnificent Lake Manyara National Park is situated in the Arusha Region, to the north of Arusha city. Spanning an area of 330 square kilometres, this reserve boasts breathtaking avian life and its renowned tree-climbing lions. It is comprised of acacia woodlands, lush floodplains, and a soda lake. Amongst the wildlife that inhabit this park are elephants, hippos, leopards, baboons, impalas and blue monkeys. The park is a popular tourist destination with several resorts and hotels located just outside its borders.

Best things to do in Lake Manyara National Park

-Best For Birding of Flamingoes & Pelicans.
-Reknown for Tree Climbing Lions of Africa

Best Hotels & Accommodation in Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge

Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge occupies a prime spot in Karatu, at the heart of Lake Manyara National Park, Arusha, Tanzania. Surrounded by unspoiled nature, the lodge is ideal for any type of traveller. From family holidays to romantic getaways and solo explorations, everyone will find something to love here. Relaxation is easy at the outdoor swimming pool overlooking breathtaking plains. Rooms come with en-suite bathrooms and showers for optimal comfort. Guests also have access to a lounge and the hotel’s eatery serving American and African dishes. At Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge visitors can enjoy modern convenience while taking in the beautiful scenery; plus it’s close to some of Tanzania’s best safari parks!

Lake Manyara Tree Lodge

Boasting five-star status, Lake Manyara Tree Lodge is the only permanent luxury resort in Lake Manyara National Park. This romantic retreat is embraced by the ancient forest and seamlessly blends with its natural surrounds. Nestled away in a secluded corner of the reserve, this accommodation provides a sophisticated combination of nature and romance. The tree house suites are perched on lofty heights and possess their own private veranda along with large windows that open up to the verdant forest. Inside, you’ll find spacious bedrooms and lounges that overlook an emerald canopy. Even a soak in the grand freestanding tub offers a breathtaking vista, while the adjacent open-air shower stands behind a simple bamboo curtain. With superb hospitality, gorgeous lodgings and delicious cuisine, Lake Manyara Tree Lodge is your ultimate getaway destination!