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Tanzania National Parks Special Campsites

Can anyone mentally encapsulate the Tanzanian experience? Thousands upon thousands of wildebeest that march in mindless unison on the annual migration through the Serengeti, perhaps? ...more »

  • Location: Arusha
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 27 250 1939

Kudu Lodge and Campsite

Kudu Lodge is nestled in eleven acres of rolling countryside, amidst mature trees and gardens, home to a myriad of birds and a tranquil and shady oasis hideaway for visitors. ...more »

  • Location: Karatu
  • Type: Lodges and Guest Houses
  • Tel: +255 27 253 4055

Bahari Pori Bandas

Situated a few miles away from Pangani, Bahari Pori Bandas has its own secluded beach, which is protected by a mangrove forest. Here you can totally relax, take a walk and swim in absolute peace. ...more »

  • Location: Pangani
  • Type: Lodges and Guest Houses
  • Tel: +255 754 073 573

Sakina Campsite

Sakina Campsite is situated along Uhuru Highway, only 30 minutes walk to Arusha town. The camp has a nicely furnished 5-bedroomed bungalow. ...more »

  • Location: Arusha
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 785 948 766

Crazy Crocodile Campsite

On the sandy shores of Lake Malawi the Crazy Crocodile Campsite invites to linger. A small paradise, discovered by adventurers for adventurers. ...more »

  • Location: Lake Nyasa
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 783 575 451

Selous River Camp

The Selous Game Reserve is home to some of the most wild-wildlife left on the African Continent. Bigger than Switzerland and over three times the size of the Serengeti. ...more »

  • Location: Selous Game Reserve
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 784 237 525

TarOsero Safari Camps

The camp is located in Manyara Region in Tanzania, about 2 kms from the Lake shores of Manyara, and it is typically made of natural resources which are found in the area. ...more »

  • Location: Lake Manyara National Park
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 27 250 4654

Lake Shore Lodge and Campsite

We offer a variety of Accommodation options in this remote and beautiful place and an exciting range of Adventure Activities. With glorious days, star-studded nights and crystal clear water. ...more »

  • Location: Lake Tanganyika
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 763 993 166

Lake Chala Campsite

About an hours drive from Moshi, near the Holili border post of Tanzania and Kenya, lies Lake Chala. a unique and almost 'bottomless' caldera lake, with crystal clear water fed only by underground ...more »

  • Location: Moshi
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 786 111177

Chawaba Camping Village

Located at Hotel South Beach Resort this campsite is only 8 kms from Dar es Salaam city centre offering a stunning beach with fantastic sea views. ...more »

  • Location: Dar Es Salaam
  • Type: Campsites
  • Tel: +255 763 428 794

All Tanzania Accommodation

Our Local Experts say:

In Tanzania there are campsites situated in or near most major towns and in most national parks and game reserves.  Prices range from US$5 per night to more than double for campsites close to the national parks.

All parks and game reserves have campsites designated as either 'public' or 'special'.  Most campsites in the parks cost at least US$30 per person per night and offer from the most basic facilities to reasonable ablutions with running water.  Please note that camping is not allowed in Zanzibar!

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The St. George's Ball

The St. George's Ball

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It's time for the annual St. Georges Ball at The Kilimanjaro Hyatt Regency Hotel. Presented by... more »

Artisan Market Dar es Salaam

Artisan Market Dar es Salaam

17 May

The biannual Artisan Market celebrates the widest selection of 'made in Tanzania' produce, crafts... more »

Ruaha Marathon

Ruaha Marathon

24 May

Mindset Empowerment (ME) is a local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that has initiated an... more »

French School Bazaar

French School Bazaar

31 May

This is one of the largest Bazaars in Dar es Salaam with over 800 people in attendance. Stalls... more »

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