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Top 7 Glamping Sites in Tanzania

Tanzania is one of the most amazing tourist destinations in the world, and is perfect for enjoying a trip filled with fun, adventure, breathtaking views, and memorable experiences. Glamping is also known as luxury camping or glamorous camping, and is a perfect escape from everyday life. Guests enjoy unique accommodation, along with comforts such as attached bathrooms, large double beds, and luxuries such as beer, wine and soft drinks, as well as game drives included in the package. Some semi permanent camps are solar powered to give hot water, light and power wherever they are set up. Here are 7 top Glamping sites in Tanzania:


  • Four Seasons Safari Lodge, Serengeti National Park

This lodge can be booked to experience thrilling Serengeti game drives and avail rare opportunities to connect with the local people and culture. At the Safari Lodge in Serengeti National Park, guests can enjoy comfortable accommodation, as well as elegant spa and pool facilities. At the rate of $1540 per night, tourists can have a great glamping experience! Tourists can spot wildlife such as buffaloes, wildebeests, antelopes, gazelles, lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, hyenas, and mongooses on their safari or game drive!


  • Migombani Camp, Lake Manyara National Park

This glamping site is the closest accommodation to Lake Manyara, and offers exciting facilities such as safari packages, swimming pools, hot showers, cozy lounges, and free Wi-Fi. Visitors can even interact with locals from nearby villages to learn about the culture and heritage of the area. Lake Manyara is a gorgeous location where guests can spot birds such as flamingoes, egrets, storks, kingfishers, and crowned eagles!


  • Mwiba Lodge, Mwiba Wildlife Reserve

This glamping site is special because of its gorgeous location, offering views of massive boulders, colorful corals, and the Arugusinyai river. Tourists can enjoy game drives, observe wildlife, take bush drives, or enjoy a cultural excursion to a nearby village. At the lodge, they can relax in the luxurious rooms, or swim in the pools.


  • Sanctuary Swala, Tarangire National Park

Tents at Sanctuary Swala at Tarangire national park offer another interesting honeymoon experience. Sanctuary Swala is a glamping resort in a private section of Tarangire National Park. The main dining area, lounge, deck and library feature contemporary African design under traditional thatched structures.


  • Chem Chem Safaris, Burunge Wildlife Management Area

This area is located between Lake Manyara and Tarangire, and offers experiences such as trips to Lake Manyara and Tarangire national park, game drives during the day and night, hot air balloon rides, and cultural tours. Visitors can interact with the Maasai people who share their stories through songs and music. The Little Chem Chem and Forest Chem Chem stays have solar power, and all lodges have Wi-Fi.


  • Highlands, Ngorongoro

This site is located on the slopes of the Olmoti Volcano and remains open year round. The camp offers a range of safari types, gorilla trekking, game drives, Olmoti nature walks, cultural excursions to local tribes, and walks in the Ngorongoro Crater. The rooms have solar power and good temperature regulation so the visitor has comfort, fun, and luxury.  At Ngorongoro, guests can spot zebras, lions, elephants, wildebeests, and exotic birds!


  • Jabali Ridge, Ruaha National Park

At this wonderful glamping site, tourists enjoy scenic views, beautifully designed rooms, and privy. The lodge offers activities such as walking safaris, and game drives during the day and night. Visitors can enjoy other luxuries such as relaxing spa treatments. At Ruaha, guests can spot wildlife such as lion, elephants, kudu, buffaloes, giraffes, monkeys, gazelles, mongooses, and leopards!


Special Mention: For those wanting to practice ecotourism, Tembo Kijani Eco Lodge at Tanga is the ideal location. For 200 dollars per night, the couple can book a hut, cottage, or treehouse, and enjoy the view of the dense coastal vegetation and the white beach. The location is private and allows the tourists to explore the nature and wildlife of the Swahili Coast. The lodge is entirely run on renewable sources of energy, such as solar power!