We offer comfortable accommodation in our inviting guest houses or cosy bungalows. Rooms are equipped with AC, TV, en suite bathrooms and a private terrace at affordable prices.

In the spacious and originally decorated restaurant you will enjoy comfortable temperatures even in the heat of the African summer.   
Our comprehensive a la cart menu offers a wide variety of international and traditional dishes, delicious desserts, as well as light and tasty snacks for the not so hungry. If you wish we can also prepare lunch boxes for your safaris.

Camping
We provide on our big Campsite;

- Hot water showers, wash basin and toilets

- Shade trees

- Rain protected space

- Fireplaces.

- Sockets 220v

Restaurant
In our spacious and originally decorated restaurant you will enjoy comfortable temperatures, even in the heat of the African summer.
 
Our comprehensive a la carte menu offers a wide variety of international and traditional dishes, delicious desserts, as well as light and tasty snacks for the not so hungry.

If you wish we can also prepare lunch boxes for your safaris.

Suitable for wheelchair users.

WiFi for free.
 
Bar
At our cosy Karibuni - Bar we serve cold drinks including international and local beers, a wide variety of wines and spirits. And while you are enjoying your meal or drink, your children can play on our nicely equipped playing ground or pool. As there is no disturbance from outside, they are safe.

It is about 6.5 kilometers off Tanzam Highway and about 294 kilometers from Dar es Salam. It is built on a high level 727 meters above sea level enjoying cool breeze under the natural forest on the buffer zone of Mikumi National Park.

Accommodation
Mikumi Safari lodge offers 8 cottages intergrated to the environment with total privacy, each fitted with warm and cold shower in a specious bathroom. Each cottage is with a raised balcony offering a stunning views. It is powered by solar with a standby generator for limited times.

Restaurant
Our restaurant offers both Tanzanian and international meals made fresh from local products. The bar offers a wide range of wines, spirits and soft drinks. WiFi is available at the lodge.

Vuma Hills Tented camp is perched above the trees stretching over the seemingly endless wilderness south west of Mikumi National Park.

Accommodation
Nestled in the forests of the Vuma Mountains that overlook the Mkata Plains of the Mikumi below, Vuma is a cool retreate from the heat from the heat of a day's game drive.

Lodge
The sixteen tents are comfortably furnished, so sleeping under canvas at Vuma is a far cry from the discomfort usually associated with camps.  Complete with shaded wooden veranda at the front and en suite bathroom facilities at the back there is not much more to be asked for.

Tents
The sixteen tents are comfortably furnished, so sleeping under canvas at Vuma is a far cry from the discomfort usually associated with camps.  Complete with shaded wooden verand at the front and en suite bathroom facilities at the back there is not much more to be asked for.

Dining/bar
The cosy bar area centres round a roaring log fire, opening onto a large decking area from where you can take in the setting sun over the Mkata plains below. Under the same thatch, the dining area enjoys widespread views through the lush trees, and overlooking the swimming pool.

Stanley’s Kopje is the only camp in Mikumi National park set up on a rocky kopje on the Mkata flood plain, it presides over the best game viewing area of the park, the Mwanamboga waterhole.

When to Visit
The dry season between June to end November has the higher concentrations of game.  The camp remains open until the end of February, reopening again 1st June each year.  Once the rains break the park will turn green and lush quite quickly – beautiful.

The Camp
Stanley's Kopje enjoys the advantage of being the only elevated land in an otherwise flat open plain.  A nearby waterhole encourages game within sight of the Camp and the whole Mwanamboga area is generaly perceived to be the better game viewing area in the park. The Camp is named after the explorer Morten Stanley, who led an expedition through Mikumi National Park and right past the location of the Camp.

Tents
The 12 spacious and airy Meru-style tents generously spaced around the kopje, are each themed around the history of an Explorere or Slave Trader.  The tents are pitched on high wooden platforms with traditionally built thatched roofs which provide shade from teh sun while you sit on your verand and enjoy the game around the camp.

Each luxurious tent has it's own bathroom with solar heated running water for showering.  In front, there are large verandas with chairs and table from which to fully appreciate the views with a coffee first thing in the morning.

Dining/Bar
The main banda sits at the crest of the hill commanding fabulous 360 degree panormaric views

Built in typical Swahili style with steeply pitched roof, the dining banda surrounds a central bar, with sitting and dining areas facing north, south, east and west!

A little below this building is a shaed sitting area next to the swimming pool, from can cool o in the heat of the day, whilst continuing with game viewing from the pool's edge - no missed opportunities.