Hotels for Adventure Travelers in Tanzania
- 411 review
An excellent location, overlooking the bay, with sea breezes blowing through the restaurant at sunset. They are open for lunch, but just serve the food from the next-door cafe, so it is really a dinner spot. For dinner it is an excellent option with fresh seafood, meats and pastas to choose from. A great place for a meal.Popular with
- 421 review
For perfect stargazing nights and hot sunny days, The Residence embodies the exoticism and mystique of the castaway African Spice Island, Zanzibar. Secluded beachfront pool villas are set along vast white-sands and coconut palms. Villa bicycles encourage exploration of 80-acre grounds. The glass-walled infinity pool radiates sophistication whilst a full-service spa enhances total relaxation. My highlight is champagne picnic on ...Popular with
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- 441 review
How do often do you get to sleep under the stars right next to one of the wonders of the world? Twiga is nestled on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, and consequently you get lulled to sleep by the distant howls of hyena's, moan of lions and blehs of zebra on the crater floor. The campsite is a great ...Popular with
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My fiancee and I spend a night at the Al Johari en route to Nungwi. The accommodations were nice (free internet in the lobby) and the location was great.
- 461 review
Also one of the most peaceful places to be...
- 471 review
This lodge is actually in the Selous Park, and not in Stone Town like the title of the review might suggest. The Selous is one of the wonderful, but overlooked national parks in Tanzania, where you explore wildlife in boats, instead of in Land Rovers like in the other parks. The camp itself is made of luxury tents, and the ...Popular with
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- 511 review
A great place for a quick, cheap, breakfast before heading out into the winding streets of Stone Town. The food was good (as you can see), but the coffee -- just plain black coffee -- was particularly good; it was easily the best I had while on my two week trip to Tanzania.Popular with
- 521 review
Situated in the middle of paradise it offers bungalows with shared bathrooms, or en-suite. Everything is positioned back from the beach, except for the restaurant and bar. The food is decent, but the portions are a bit lacking and prices are high compared to similar offerings in town or up north along the beach. The staff are friendly, the rooms ...Popular with
- 531 review
Beautiful Lodge set in a coffee plantation, Ngurdoto is a full service resort that has a golf course, outdoor swimming pool, free roaming storks (amongst numerous other animals), and very strong WI-FI connection. The rooms are very spacious each with its own sitting area and is set in villa style. Strong water pressure and hot water showers normally is taken ...
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This is a good, slightly overpriced, comfortable hotel to stay while in transit to Mt. Kilimanjaro and/or Serengeti Park—there is not much to explore in Arusha. The standard room was pleasant, clean and comfortable, and breakfast surprisingly good. The personnel were generally friendly and helpful. Do explore: The 'Mountain Village' on the way to Mt. Kilimanjaro as it has a ...
- 55Hotel Class:1 review
Nice lodge if you are into diving, and chilling at the bar. Super friendly staff and not too crowded, not too touristy, made a great close to my holidays.Popular with
- 56Hotel Class:1 review
THE place to stay when in Jambiani! You totally loose track of time there. Everyone's so chill and the food, although simple, is really good. You can walk into the ocean for 1 km before getting water up to your knees when the tide is low. The sand is like cookie dough. I want, no! I NEED to go back ...Popular with
- 571 review
We stayed for a night at the end of December 2011, after trying to locate a hotel room during Zanzibar's peak season. Although the website mentions a two night minimum, I was able to secure a room for one night, which was great. The only catch was that open room was a suite, which was fine even though there were ...
- 581 review
staying in zanzibar? want to stay away from the "big city" of stonetown? want to relax? this is the place for you. too shy to be in your bathing suit on the beach (esp for girls), they have a private pool for you. they are also right in front of the beach (which there is none during high tide), if ...
- 591 review
Tarangire National Park is another of the often overlooked parks in Tanzania that is very much worth your while. One of the few places in Northern Tanzania where you can get really close to the famed baobab trees. Since the Tarangire River always has water it offers great opportunity for spotting wildlife. And the River Camp has a stunning deck ...
- 601 review
We stayed at Tumaini Cottage for one night on Dec. 27th after a tiring four day safari and were welcomed by Andy and his wife, two very pleasant and friendly people. The hotel is a small, family run operation with a nice garden area. It is located a residential neighborhood in a not-so-central part of town, but is very secure ...