Tanzania has it all: from world class safari parks like the Serengeti, to the white sandy beaches of Zanzibar. From the indigenous culture of the Maasai to the snowy peak of the Mount Kilimanjaro. Tanzania has a lot to offer, and travelling this beautiful country will surely be an experience you never forget!
Moivaro has 11 lodges & tented camps on the mainland of Tanzania. The camps and lodges are located all of the most important touristic highlights, please find an overview below:
Arusha is located in the North West of Tanzania, and is the nearest city to the big national parks of the Northern circuit, which has made Arusha in to the “safari capital” of Tanzania. The town itself seems to be run down, crowded and dusty, but if you get to know it better you will find that there are some nice venues and there is plenty of culture and nature in the surrounding area to be discovered.
KIA LODGE – Kilimanjaro Airport
When you fly into Tanzania, you will most likely to fly into Kilimanjaro Airport, situated between the towns of Arusha and Moshi. To secure a convenient arrival or departure, Moivaro has build a lodge right at the airport, with free airport shuttles that go to and from the airport in less than 5 minutes. More…
Moivaro Lodge is situated right in the heart of beautiful, natural scenery and yet is only 7 km from the town of Arusha: an ideal spot to enjoy the beautiful views of Mount Meru, go for a stroll around the Moivaro property, or laze at the pool nestling in the midst of tropical trees and coffee plants. More…
ARUSHA SAFARI LODGE
Arusha Safari Lodge is a small-secluded luxury haven, set in lush tropical gardens, complete with a swimming pool and an “Out of Africa” style summerhouse gazebo for afternoon tea and sundowners. All cottages are privately set with a personal veranda and Zanzibar style interior. More…
Tarangire National Park
One and a half hours drive north of Arusha you will find Tarangire National Park, famous for it’s big population of elephants. The park is a classic dry season destination, particularly between August and October, when it has one of the highest concentration of wildlife of any of Tanzanians parks.
WHISTLING THORN TENTED CAMP
Whistling Thorn is set in in a typical African thorn-tree bush landscape, right next to the Kwakuchinja Wildlife Corridor, that is used by the animals to go from Tarangire to Lake Manyara in search for water and grasses. It’s a small camp, run by the people of local Maasai villages and definitely something out of the ordinary safari experience. More…
Lake Manyara National Park
Lake Manyara National Park is a small park, but nevertheless very interesting for it’s wildlife and birding. The lakes alkaline water attracts many flamingos in the wet season, and over 400 other species of birds inhabit the park throughout the year. Also plenty of leopards, elephants, blue monkeys, gazelle, hippo, giraffe and impala can be spotted in the park, and not to forget the tree climbing lions that are unique for Lake Manyara National Park.
MIGUNGA TENTED CAMP
Migunga Tented Camp is nestled in a quiet corner on the northwest of Lake Manyara. The camp is ideally situated in shade of an acacia forest, only 5 minutes from the entrance of Lake Manyara National Park. This is the ideal base camp to discover the beautiful surroundings of Lake Manyara, or pay a cultural visit to the colourful town of Mto Wa Mbu. More…
Ngorongoro Crater & Conservation Area
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) is a conservation area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site located 180 km west of Arusha in the Crater Highlands area of Tanzania. The most famous feature of the area is the Ngorongoro Crater, a large volcanic caldera that stretches out over 260 square km and is the home to thousands of animals. The crater is one of the seven natural wonders of Africa, and is a must see on your trip to Tanzania!
CRATER FOREST TENTED CAMP
The camp is set a 10 kilometer scenic drive away from the main road leading from the bustling commercial centre of Karatu town to the Ngorongoro Crater. The camp is located on a highland coffee plantation at an altitude of 1800 m, directly bordering Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area. Crater Forest is operated as a small scale eco-friendly camp with 15 tented rooms, set on platforms with magnificent views over the Ngorongoro Forest. More…
Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti ecosystem is one of the oldest on earth, the essential features of climate, vegetation and fauna have barely changed in the past million years. And this is something you can feel when you visit the park. The unique ecosystem has inspired writers, filmakers, photographers and scientists, and attracts over 90.000 visitors each year. It is the great migration for which Serengeti is perhaps most famous: every October and November over a million wildebeest and about 200,000 zebras travel from the northern hills to the southern plains in search for greener land, and then swirl west and north after the long rains in April, May and June. So strong is the ancient instinct to move that no drought, gorge or crocodile infested river can hold them back.
IKOMA TENTED CAMP
Ikoma is situated at the north eastern border of the Serengeti National Park, along the path of the migrating wildebeests between Kenya and Tanzania. The camp has 35 traditional Meru tents, each under thatch with a private veranda overlooking the impressive plains of the Serengeti. The central restaurant and bar area boast a large camp fire – an ideal spot to unwind with a chilled drink after a long days of exciting game viewing. More…
ROBANDA TENTED CAMP
Robanda is a small and intimate camp with 7 luxury tents, and can therefore offer a more personal treatment to guests who do not want to experience the hustle and bustle of larger camps. The rooms are very spacious, with either double or twin beds and annex bathroom. Each tent has a private veranda with an impressive view over the Serengeti plains, where herds of wildebeest and zebras can be seen. More…
Lake Eyasi is a soda lake located at the southwest corner of Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The lake is around 1050 km2(400 square miles) and is 1040 m (3400 feet) above sea level, and attracts many flamingos. This great landscape is home to the indigenous bushman, the Hadzabe, and the nomadic Datoga tribe. This is the only place in Africa where you can go hunting with the Hadzabe, the last known tribe in Africa that lives by hunting and gathering honey and fruit. <
TINDIGA TENTED CAMP
Tindiga is a small traditional camp, ideally situated only 1,5 kilometers from the stunning Lake Eyasi, and is run with an eco-friendly approach; protecting and preserving the natural resources. The camps restaurant is built by Datoga women, reflecting their culture and lifestyle. With only 10 tents the camp is small and offers a personalized service and quality. Staying at Tindiga Tented Camp offers a unique and ultimate “Africa experience.” More…
Wild and remote Lake Natron lies in the northeast of Tanzania in between the Ngorongoro Highlands and Serengeti plains. Here it is the landscape rather than the animals that is the attraction – the area around the lake inhabited by Maasai is dry, desolate and hauntingly beautiful. Lake Natron is one of the most alkaline lakes in the world, and is home to millions of tiny crustaceans, attracting literally thousands of lesser flamingo’s every year. Lake Natron is therefore one of the most important flamingo breeding grounds on earth.
LAKE NATRON TENTED CAMP
Lake Natron Tented Camp is set back in a grove of trees slightly removed from the dusty terrain of Lake Natron. The basic safari tents offer showers, comfortable beds and a private veranda. The trees cover the camp in a cool shade, which is a welcome relief in this dry and hot area. The camp is run by the people of the local Maasai village, offering you a chance to get to know their culture and lifestyle. More…