Lodging

After each exciting day, we return to our lodge, usually located inside game parks with animals all around. A glass of wine, a delicious dinner, the sounds of Africa and an amazing sunset cap off the day. 

Our lodges and hotels combine the elements of East African life—vibrant color and patterns, and African architectural themes—with surprising amenities like swimming pools, spa services and white tablecloth dinner service.

We were delighted with the cleanliness and comfort of the accommodations.
In the bush, luxury touches have a big impact, and it’s hard to see how they can make it all happen in the middle of nowhere.
— JB
After game drives each day, we returned to relax at the various lodges we visited.

Surrounded by the sounds of Africa as the sun set, we invariably toasted to Gennifer and her local guides.

The stillness at dusk hinted at the tranquility of dawn. Every day, everything in between was simply breathtaking.

There were many moments I couldn’t breathe because the elephants were so close, or because the lions were so majestic. Or because any singular moment was so deep and so vast.
— AB

Lodging Links:

Gennifer is able to provide lodging at exceptional prices. Below is just a sampling of the lodges we might use on your safari. There are many other options depending on your preferred type and location of safari. 

If you see a picture of lodging on this website that intrigues you, please contact Gennifer for more information.

ARUMERU RIVER LODGE

CLOUDS MOUNTAIN GORILLA LODGE

JONGOMERO CAMP

KISIMA NGEDA TENTED LODGE

KUNGWE BEACH LODGE

NDUTU SAFARI LODGE

NEXT PARADISE BOTIQUE RESORT

PLANTATION LODGE

RAS KUTANI CAMP

SERENGETI SOPA LODGE

SIWANDU CAMP

TARANGIRE SAFARI LODGE

TEMBO HOTEL

Plantation Lodge: Beautiful rooms, beautiful grounds! This place was really a stunner. We loved the little touches like the flowers in the bathroom.

Dinner here was really great, as was the massive breakfast. Loved that we got to visit the wine cellar. Would have loved to stay at this place longer.
— NN
Jongomero Camp: This place was really special. The tents were so lovely and comfortable.

Waking up to the sounds of lions and to look out and see elephants mid-day was amazing! It’s the kind of place I’d imagined when I dreamed of someday going to Africa.

I can’t think of anything that would have made it more perfect. The dinner on the riverbed is a wonderful memory. I loved the Maasai escorts back to the tents at night. The food here was fantastic! I liked the group/ family style lunch and more private dinners.

This place touched my soul. The memories from here will be cherished forever.
— NN

A few of the pictures of lodging and dining on this website were provided by Selous showing their camps in Tanzania.