Tanzania luxury Accommodations : Tanzania is a remarkable combination of large open plains with abundant wildlife and a land of spices, souks, immaculate beaches, and bazaars. There are many beautiful locations to stay in Tanzania, but these are just a few of our favorites. You should think about putting these luxury resorts and safari lodges in your itinerary for your next trip there.

  1. Singita Sasakwa, Serengeti.

Singita Sasakwa Lodge is an incredible home base for your Tanzania safari, occupying a superb site in the Grumeti Game Reserve overlooking the boundless plains of the Serengeti. The expansive manor home, the roomy cottages with their own private pools, and the terrace overlooking the plains all exude luxury. You can count on the best guides and service, as well as delicious meals, to create an unforgettable safari experience.

  1. The Palms, Zanzibar.

 The Palms is a true Robinson Crusoe experience and is situated on Bwejuu, one of the nicest beaches in the entire globe. The Palms is unique because of its white sand, clear water, year-round sunshine, tropical plants, private thatched bandas on the beach, and six luxurious villas, each with a spacious verandah, butler, and private plunge pool. It’s a hedonistic haven for people looking to unwind and replenish after a tiring safari.

  1. The Highlands, Ngorongoro.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area is much more than just its well-known, self-named crater, and staying at The Highlands allows you to travel farther into this area than you might from other camps. Accommodations are provided in suites with unusual dome designs and expansive glass fronts to show off the breathtaking views.  This high-altitude camp can get chilly, but the suite is kept warm by a wood-burning heater. A property that is genuinely unique.

  1. Azura Selous, Selous Game Reserve.

Azura Selous is situated in a remote area of the Selous, Africa’s largest game reserve, distant from the majority of the reserve’s lodges, offering a private safari experience in this stunning, untamed region of the continent. The resort itself is a refuge of serenity with a view of the Ruaha River rapids. Enjoy the natural beauty of the African wilderness as you relax by the infinity pool or in your incredibly cosy and private tented villa, relaxing in your plunge pool with a nice beverage.

  1. &Beyond Mnemba Island Lodge, Zanzibar.

One of the world’s top beach resorts is &Beyond Mnemba Island Lodge, an amazing island paradise off the coast of Zanzibar. The flawless white coral sand beach is dotted with ten luxurious bandas, and traditional Zanzibar beach beds are waiting there. Unquestionably pricey, but includes everything from modern meals and laundry to all scuba diving.

  1. Four Seasons Safari Lodge , Serengeti.

A stay at the Four Seasons Safari Lodge allows visitors visiting the Serengeti to enjoy great game watching in the central Seronera area before retiring to the lodge’s amenities and contemporary comforts. The lodge offers first-rate amenities like an infinity edge pool, a fitness facility, an educational exploration centre, a kids club, and a spa with six free-standing treatment pavilions that appeal to both couples and families.

  1. Ras Kutani, Tanzania Mainland Coast.

Ras Kutani, a barefoot hideaway on a lovely beach, is the perfect place to relax after your Tanzania safari excursions. Nine thatched beach cottages are available for accommodation, each with an ocean view and a verandah complete with a hammock for those leisurely afternoons. The four suites provide extra seclusion due to their hillside location among the trees, views of the ocean below, and private plunge pools. Families will love the two-bedroom Hill House, which is situated on a hill and has beautiful sea views.

  1. &Beyond Lake Manyara Tree Lodge, Manyara.

The only lodge from the renowned &beyond group to be situated inside the Lake Manyara National Park is &Beyond Lake Manyara Tree Lodge. Lofty tree homes that have private verandahs and sizable windows that open to the lush forest and let in the sights and sounds of the African bush serve as lodge. The roomy bedrooms and living areas open up into a canopy of leaves while floating in a sea of green. Even soaking in the spacious, free-standing baths in the tree huts, which also have open-air showers hidden behind simple bamboo screens, offers a panoramic vista a genuine magical encounter.

  1. Sand River Selous, Selous Game Reserve.

 Sand Rivers Selous, one of the first and possibly still the best safari resort in the isolated Selous Game Reserve, provides an incredibly diversified safari experience. 8 open-fronted rooms with views of the river are the perfect place to relax in the afternoon in between safari activities. Many visitors come here for the variety of wildlife, and with so many viewing options, they are guaranteed a genuinely exceptional safari experience.

  1. Tarangire Treetops, Tarangire.

The conveniences of a contemporary safari are expertly merged at Tarangire Treetops with the almost nostalgic nostalgia of a treehouse and the sense of adventure that comes with sleeping beneath the tree canopy. The rooms are huge and have their own private sundeck spaces at the front, which are a very popular site to relax and pass away a day, possibly enjoying some impromptu game viewing in the process. One of Tanzania’s top safari lodges, it would be a highlight of any trip circling the fabled Northern Circuit.

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