Parks and Accommodation Spanish Lion Diving Safaris Tanzania and Kenya
Parks and Accommodation Tanzania
Serengeti is the main tourist attraction in the country, being currently part of the “Northern Safari” circuit, which covers Lake Manyara, and the national parks of Tarangire and Arusha, well the Ngorongoro conservation area.
The Serengeti National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1981.
Mara Bush River Camp
The semi-permanent camp is in the Kogatende region of the northern Serengeti, near the great migration, in June and remains until early November. Tanzania Bush Mobile Camp has ten luxury tents. The tents are large with large comfortable beds all with private bathrooms and hot showers on request. It is a relaxed and friendly luxury camp.
Activities and facilities.
Guided walking safaris. It is not allowed to walk from the campsite in the national park, but the camp is staffed with excellent armed guides, who are very experienced in the field and ready to make you explore the wonderful flora and fauna of the Serengeti. This activity is reserved in advance and has an additional charge.
Hot air balloon ride with breakfast. Soar above the plains and forests that wake up at dawn and experience the thrill of watching the animals from above. A champagne breakfast is served when you return to earth!
Half-day or full-day cultural tour, visiting Masai villages.
Pure Tended Camp
The permanent camp is located in the Seronera area in the central Serengeti area next to a hillside. It has tents for one to four guests with all the usual comforts in a luxury camp.
Ndutu Mobile Bush Camp
Tanzania Bush Mobile Camp is a semi-mobile camp and is located in the Ndutu Big Marsh area, the southern part of the Serengeti ecosystem, surrounded by indigenous trees and shrubs that encourage a large number of birds and mammals to live in the area.
It offers activities such as walking tours with a guide or an armed ranger. Balloon rides and visit to a Masai village.
The impressive Ngorongoro Crater and the Oldupai Gorge, one of the most important sites for the investigation of the evolution of the human species.
The Ngorongoro crater is considered to be the smallest area delimited in which it is possible to find the “5 five“.
Rhino Lodge, located just a few hundred meters from the crater rim, offers a perfect base for exploring the Ngorongoro Crater and its surroundings.
With 24 comfortable en suite bedrooms, a cozy living room, friendly local staff, and delicious African-inspired meals, Rhino Lodge offers an affordable stay with panoramic views of the forest and distant Mount Oldeani. Guests regularly encounter wild animals such as elephants, buffalo, and water antelope at the lodge, which they can view from their room’s private terrace.
TARANGIRE AND LAKE MANYARA
Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest in Tanzania after Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi, and Mkomazi. The park’s name comes from the Tarangire River that runs through the park, being the only source of water for wild animals during the dry season. During this stage thousands of animals migrate to the Tarangire National Park from Manyara. It covers an area of approximately 2850 square kilometers. The landscape and vegetation is highly varied with a mix found nowhere else in the north of the safari circuit. The mountainous landscape is dotted with large numbers of Baobab trees, dense shrubs, and tall grasses.
Lake Manyara is a shallow, saline lake located in the Natron-Manyara-Balangida branch of the East African Rift. It has 231 km², with a length of 50 km and a width of 16 km and is located at about 600 m. It has a great diversity of landscapes and buffaloes, elephants, lions, leopards, and a large number of birds live on its shores.
Migomani Tended Camp
Migombani Camp is located on the outskirts of Mto wa Mbu in northern Tanzania and is the closest accommodation to Lake Manyara National Park with spectacular views over the lake.
Facilities at Migombani Camp furnished safari tents, solar hot shower, outdoor kitchen, bar and restaurant with incredible view over the lake, infinity pool, free Wi-Fi and 24 hour security.
The Selous game reserve is one of the largest in the world, located southeast of Tanzania. It contains a great biodiversity and places of intact nature.
Its vegetation and the Rufiji River, represents a change of pace with respect to the parks of northern Tanzania.
You also, can do boat safaris, glide along the river passing palm trees, hippos, elephants and crocodiles.
Africa Safari Selous
Africa Safari Selous is located near the entrance of the Selous GR (Nyerere National Park) and the Rufiji River is within walking distance. You will enjoy spacious safari accommodation with different types of accommodation, such as bungalows with pool and bands or luxury accommodation in Safari tents with bathroom and air conditioning. They also offer a swimming pool with solarium, lounge bar, restaurant and an information desk for all your queries.
Mikumi limits the south with the Selous game reserve, the two areas form a unique ecosystem.
You can see the big five and more than 400 species of birds. Just 200 km from Dar es Salaam and easy access by road is a good option for an economic safari.
Camp Bastian Mikumi
The camp consists of nine cabins and a campsite. Everything is located within the unique and natural surroundings of Camp Bastian. So no matter what type of accommodation you choose, you will wake up to uninterrupted sounds of beetles, crickets and birds.
KENYA Parks and Accommodation
One of the best-known national parks in Kenya in the world is Masai Mara is famous for its population of lions and for being home to endangered species such as the black rhino, the hippopotamus found in the Mara and Talek rivers, and the cheetah.
All the “Big Five” (lion, leopard, African elephant, African buffalo, and black rhino) inhabit Maasai Mara.
However, the true population of this park is the wildebeest, as in the Serengeti, since its number is estimated in millions. Every year, in July, these animals, like zebras, migrate from the Serengeti plains in search of fresher pastures and return in October. Ungulate species live in this park like Thomson’s gazelle and Grant’s gazelle or impala, and they are also herds of giraffes.
The Mara Mara is also home to more than 450 species of birds.
Zebra Plains Mara Camp
Safari tents are equipped with all the amenities for a comfortable stay while visiting Maasai Mara. All tents have hot and cold running water for showers. They are also furnished with a sink, toilet, luggage rack, reading table, mosquito nets and comfortable safari chairs to enjoy the incredible views from the terraces.
Julia’s River Camp
The permanent camp is located next to the Talek river about 20 minutes from the entrance of the park or Talek Gate. It has tents with all the usual amenities in a luxury camp.
Lake Nakuru National Park. Within its perimeter is Lake Nakuru, known for its geological age and alkalinity. The lake area is a refuge for migratory birds, particularly flamingos. When several million flamingos get together they form the greatest show in the world. The word Nakuru means “dusty” in Maasai.
The waters of the lake are very alkaline and are only inhabited by some species of algae and zooplankton, in great abundance.
Lake Nakuru Lodge
Lake Nakuru Lodge is a beautiful eco lodge located within Lake Nakuru National Park with unobstructed views of the lake and wildlife. It offers accommodation with free WiFi, a seating area. There is a private bathroom with a bathtub. The restaurant serves a variety of Indian, African, and American dishes and also offers dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegetarian options. The hostel offers an outdoor swimming pool and a garden where guests can relax.
Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge
With the traditional care of the Sopa Lodges chain