Tanzania Lodges

Tanzania’s migration tops everyone’s list and for good reason – nothing will prepare you for the sheer scale of the world-renowned Serengeti Plain during this time. Watch as thousands of gazelle, zebras, buffalo and elephant move en masse in search of fresh grazing, and witness spectacular wildlife scenes unfolding in front of you.

Tanzania is also home to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken crater in the world. While off the Tanzanian Coast you’ll find islands like Mnemba, which offer an unspoilt coastal paradise with stretches of pristine beach all to yourself.

Tanzania has so much to offer the intrepid visitor but its size does make it challenging to experience all its highlights if you do it on your own. With access to a private aircraft and our insider knowledge helping you create your own itinerary, you can see all these highlights in a time-efficient way, in the style you’d prefer. Lie on sunlit deserted beaches in the morning and watch the dramatic migration in the afternoon, or simply slow down and enjoy all this country has to offer.

Safari Scapes Tanzania


Singita Sasakwa

Located in the Grumeti Private Reserve within the Serengeti, this “Out of Africa” inspired six-star lodge offers you elegance from a bygone era with all the creature comforts you deserve. Set on top of a hill, you’ll be treated to breath-taking views of the Serengeti plains and surrounding wildlife by day, as well as stunning stargazing once the sun sets.

Singita Sabora

Close to Sasakwa Lodge, Sabora is situated at ground level so you can expect more interaction with the wildlife that surrounds you – especially if you’re here during the migration. This romantic tented camp conjures up images of African explorers of the 1920s, but with an opulent feel including a therapeutic spa, fine wine and dining and guided safari walks.

Singita Mara River Tented Camp

So named because of its location on the Mara River, this bohemian East African-inspired tented camp lets you get up close and personal with surrounding wildlife. This camp uses solar power and recycled, natural materials wherever possible, keeping its impact on the earth low for its eco-friendly guests.

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

A unique natural phenomenon, The Ngorongoro Crater is dramatically beautiful, especially when you gaze down on it and watch animals living inside it. With its unique position on top of the crater, this lodge gives you the best views of the landscape, as well as amazing cultural experiences with the nearby Masai tribes.

Mnemba Island

Want to feel like you’ve got the whole tropical island to yourself? Then the lodge on this privately owned Mnemba Island, which accommodates just 20 guests, is for you. The ultimate in luxurious exclusivity, the lodge features just 10 sprawling villas overlooking the Mnemba atoll, which is a paradise for scuba diving and snorkelling.

Singita Serengeti House

Singita Serengeti House, an exclusive-use retreat designed for families and friends, has opened in the 350,000-acre Grumeti Reserves in the heart of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania. Located on the slopes of Sasakwa Hill with breathtaking vistas of the endless, open plains of the Serengeti, the house is Singita’s response to a growing demand from discerning travellers for privacy and flexibility.


A secluded and sophisticated haven set among massive stone boulders, ancient coral trees and acacias and overlooking a rocky gorge on the Arugusinyai River. Set in harmony with this idyllic natural backdrop, Mwiba offers an unmatched experience in luxury adventure.

Namiri Plains Camp

With your closest neighbour over an hour’s drive away, you may be excused for thinking that Namiri Plains belongs to you. The camp – created for safari enthusiasts seeking comfort and exclusivity in secluded surroundings – is elegant, contemporary and blissfully comfortable. In the mess tent, sink into one of the elegant sofas and watch the wildlife roaming over the surrounding plains or relax in the outdoor seating area under the shade of the giant acacias. In the evening, guest gather to recount the day’s adventures beside the camp fire before dinner is served in the spacious dining tent or under a glittering canopy of stars.


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