Marangu Hotel in Kilimanjaro Area, Tanzania

Kilimanjaro National Park covers an area of 1,864sq km (720sq miles) of Africa’s highest mountain, extending from m1,824m (6,000ft) to the summit at 5,894m (19,340ft). Animals that can be seen here in the mountain forest include Abbot’s Duiker, an extremely local and uncommon antelope restricted to a few mountain forests in northern Tanzania, Elephant, Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Eland, Leopard, Black and White Colobus and Blue Monkey and a number of birds … more info about The Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Kambi Ya Tembo Luxury Tented Camp

Kilimanjaro National Park covers an area of 1,864sq km (720sq miles) of Africa’s highest mountain, extending from m1,824m (6,000ft) to the summit at 5,894m (19,340ft). Animals that can be seen here in the mountain forest include Abbot’s Duiker, an extremely local and uncommon antelope restricted to a few mountain forests in northern Tanzania, Elephant, Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Eland, Leopard, Black and White Colobus and Blue Monkey and a number of birds … more info about The Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Novotel Arusha, Tanzania

Kilimanjaro National Park covers an area of 1,864sq km (720sq miles) of Africa’s highest mountain, extending from m1,824m (6,000ft) to the summit at 5,894m (19,340ft). Animals that can be seen here in the mountain forest include Abbot’s Duiker, an extremely local and uncommon antelope restricted to a few mountain forests in northern Tanzania, Elephant, Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Eland, Leopard, Black and White Colobus and Blue Monkey and a number of birds … more info about The Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

L’ Oasis Lodge Arusha

Kilimanjaro National Park covers an area of 1,864sq km (720sq miles) of Africa’s highest mountain, extending from m1,824m (6,000ft) to the summit at 5,894m (19,340ft). Animals that can be seen here in the mountain forest include Abbot’s Duiker, an extremely local and uncommon antelope restricted to a few mountain forests in northern Tanzania, Elephant, Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Eland, Leopard, Black and White Colobus and Blue Monkey and a number of birds … more info about The Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Arusha Coffee Lodge

Kilimanjaro National Park covers an area of 1,864sq km (720sq miles) of Africa’s highest mountain, extending from m1,824m (6,000ft) to the summit at 5,894m (19,340ft). Animals that can be seen here in the mountain forest include Abbot’s Duiker, an extremely local and uncommon antelope restricted to a few mountain forests in northern Tanzania, Elephant, Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Eland, Leopard, Black and White Colobus and Blue Monkey and a number of birds … more info about The Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Serena Mountain Village Lodge

Kilimanjaro National Park covers an area of 1,864sq km (720sq miles) of Africa’s highest mountain, extending from m1,824m (6,000ft) to the summit at 5,894m (19,340ft). Animals that can be seen here in the mountain forest include Abbot’s Duiker, an extremely local and uncommon antelope restricted to a few mountain forests in northern Tanzania, Elephant, Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Eland, Leopard, Black and White Colobus and Blue Monkey and a number of birds …more info about The Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Ngorongoro Sopa Safari Lodge

The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most spectacular game haunts in Africa: it is also one of the biggest craters or more correctly calderas in the world, over 14.5km (9 miles) across, 610-760m (2,000-2,500ft) deep and covering 264sq km (102 sq miles). Game animals and birds are abundant inside the crater. All of the so-called “Big Five’ may be seen-Elephant, Lion, Black Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus and Buffalo. Other species encountered are Cheetah, Eland, Grant’s and Thompson’s Gazelles, Common Zebra, Wildebeest, a super-abundance of Spotted Hyaena, Hunting Dog, and, if one is lucky, Leopard … more information about the Ngorongoro crater

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most spectacular game haunts in Africa: it is also one of the biggest craters or more correctly calderas in the world, over 14.5km (9 miles) across, 610-760m (2,000-2,500ft) deep and covering 264sq km (102 sq miles). Game animals and birds are abundant inside the crater. All of the so-called “Big Five’ may be seen-Elephant, Lion, Black Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus and Buffalo. Other species encountered are Cheetah, Eland, Grant’s and Thompson’s Gazelles, Common Zebra, Wildebeest, a super-abundance of Spotted Hyaena, Hunting Dog, and, if one is lucky, Leopard … more information about the Ngorongoro crater

Ngorongoro Farm House

The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most spectacular game haunts in Africa: it is also one of the biggest craters or more correctly calderas in the world, over 14.5km (9 miles) across, 610-760m (2,000-2,500ft) deep and covering 264sq km (102 sq miles). Game animals and birds are abundant inside the crater. All of the so-called “Big Five’ may be seen-Elephant, Lion, Black Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus and Buffalo. Other species encountered are Cheetah, Eland, Grant’s and Thompson’s Gazelles, Common Zebra, Wildebeest, a super-abundance of Spotted Hyaena, Hunting Dog, and, if one is lucky, Leopard … more information about the Ngorongoro crater

The Serengeti Sopa Lodge in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

The Serengeti Sopa Lodge is located in the Nyarboro Hills in the south west of the Serengeti National Park. The lodges offers magnificent views of the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania’s largest wildlife conservation area. With its 75 rooms and the swimming pool, the lodge offers the same comfort as Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge. It is located 35 km from the Seronera airstrip

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Mombasa - Malindi Road, Tauras Restaurant
(Formerly Gecko Village) Next to Nakumatt Nyali
P.O. Box 3243-80100 Mombasa, Kenya
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+254 733 748586
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