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The Best Safari Lodges in Tanzania

Tanzania is one of the East African Great Lakes Region. It is officially renowned as the United Republic of Tanzania. It is made up of the mainland Tanganyika and the Island of Zanzibar.

The country is a traveller's haven. Apart from its northern neighbor Kenya, no other African country can boast as much diverse wildlife. It is the home of the big five (Lions, Buffaloes, Rhinos Leopards and elephants). Its cultures are also diverse in terms of ethnicity, religion and linguistic.

Thus said, an adventure seeker would love to know where they are going to stay during their visit of Tanzania. Below are its best Safari Lodges.

1. Four Seasons Safari Lodge

This is located within the larger Serengeti National Park that is famous for the wildebeest migration. Together with the Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya, this is the perfect jungle experience destination. Stay here and get to see where National Geographic shoots its big cuts diaries.

2. Ngorogoro Serena Lodge

This is part of the larger Serena Group. It is located within the precincts of the largest crater on earth, the Ngorogoro crater. If you love hiking, mountain climbing, viewing wildlife, photography and the like, you can never find a better destination. Note that the Ngorogoro Crater is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site.

3. Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge

This is also found within the Serengeti National Park. It is the place you go when you want to wake up to the sweet melodies of the jungle. You become one with nature here.

4. Tarangire Safari Camp

This camp is located within the larger Tarangire National Park. It is a year-round destination where you can go view African monkeys hop the baobab trees and giraffes eat out of the acacia leaves.

5. Mnemba Island Lodge

Your tour of Tanzania can never be complete without visiting the ever so popular island of Zanzibar. There is too much history here to bypass it. It is the place you go when you want to snorkel in the rich East African coral reef system in the Indian Ocean.

If you have never been to East Africa, then you have missed out on one of the best places to visit on earth. The wildlife, the beaches, the equatorial weather, and a hospitable people are some of the things you are missing out.

By Kennedy Runo about Tanzania

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