Previously known as Foxes Safari Camp, this lodge was completely rebuilt in 2011 and now takes full advantage of its commanding position on a hill overlooking the Mkata flood plain and the Mwanamboga waterhole. Stanley’s Kopje Camp is the sister lodge of Vuma Hills Camp, both located in the Mikumi National Park and within driving distance from one another. This camp is seasonal, only open from June through February, and is the only small, personalised camp in Mikumi. Although dwarfed by the famous Selous, the abundant wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain is often compared to the Serengeti and the park boasts 400 local bird species, including a variety of European migrants during the rainy season.
Mikumi National Park is a prime game viewing area. The Mkata plain supports vast herds of plains game, and guests can expect to see lion, zebra, hippo, huge numbers of antelope; including the elusive eland, greater kudu, and roan and sable in the surrounding less fertile hills. Although game sightings can never be guaranteed, there are lots of sightings of the African wild dog hunting the plains in packs. Retire to your private terrace with your binoculars and the camp’s own birding checklist - there are over 400 local species to be seen. Expect to see kingfishers, hornbills, sunbirds, egrets, plovers and fish eagles. All game drives around the park are in open 4 wheel drive vehicles. They are led by trained experienced English speaking guides. If a break from the bush is required, guests can take a dip in the pool that has outstanding views over the floodplain.
Mwagusi Safari Lodge offers a secluded location on the banks of the Mwagusi Sand River. It is a small intimate safari camp. This safari lodge offers visitors a traditional old-style African tented safari experience in the remote and wild Ruaha National Park.
Jongomero Camp is small camp situated in the heart of the Ruaha National Park. This park is remote and offers visitors an authentic African wilderness experience and is one of the true wild and untouched wildlife parks in Tanzania.
Mdonya Old River Camp is a basic safari camp offering a magnificent location in acacia woodland. The emphasis is on the safari experience, rather than luxuries. The camp is comfortable.
Saadani Safari Lodge offers a heavenly setting and an abundance of wildlife. It is the only wildlife sanctuary in Tanzania bordering the sea with various ecosystems where guests will have the opportunity to experience marine life, as well as, fauna and flora.
Vuma Hills is a luxurious permanent tented camp, perched above the trees stretching over the seemingly endless wilderness. The best time to visit is in the dry months between June and February.
Spend 49 nights discovering Tanzania. A complete and extensive itinerary, this package will allow you to immerse yourself in Tanzania and its people. Explore Kilimanjaro, track chimpanzee, enjoy game drives, visit beaches and the famous Serengeti.
This is the ideal safari itinerary for those who do not have much time. It incorporates the best of the Serengeti and the ancient, historic Ngorongoro Crater.
Enjoy a 5 night safari itinerary exploring the best of southern Tanzania. Stay on the banks of the river at Mdonya and enjoy boat safaris at Lake Manze. An ideal safari vaction if you're travelling on a tight budget.