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Nomad Tanzania has the beautiful Serengeti Safari Camp which is the perfect location to catch the wildebeest migration.

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Coming in at number one is Serengeti National Park, in northern Tanzania. The Serengeti shares a border with Kenya's Maasai Mara National Reserve (which we will chat about more when you reach the number 10 spot on this list). Serengeti’s sprawling grasslands make for those classic safari views with flat-topped acacia trees and grazing herds of zebra and antelope. These grazing herds attract large numbers of predators, and the open plains make for a fantastic destination to watch lions and cheetahs in action.

Nomad Tanzania has the beautiful Serengeti Safari Camp which is the perfect location to catch the wildebeest migration.

Travel Awaits article by Sarah Kingdom, January 2021

Serengeti Safari Camp

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6 Once-In-A-Lifetime Animal Experiences In Africa

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The Mahale Mountains on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, halfway between the Burundi and Zambian borders, are home to a thriving population of some of the last wild chimpanzees in Africa. The only way in or out of Mahale is by charter flight with the last stretch done by boat. In the entire park, there is not a single road, so your entire experience will be on foot. This is a wholly unique wilderness and a long way off the beaten track. But the lake, the beaches, the extraordinary forest, and of course the chimpanzees all make it a journey well worth undertaking.

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Mahale: A Great Ape Escape

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''It is immediately obvious that you are in very remote location with no roads nearby and only mountains and chimps for company. Visitors to Greystoke are responsible travellers, who love an adventure, looking to do something off the beaten track and away from crowded safari routes. The air is scented with jasmine, the forest rich, the water of the lake gin-clear and slightly chilled, If I dare put an imprint on this paradise, I had better get it right.”

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What It’s Like to Travel to Tanzania During COVID

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Tanzania is a bucket list destination for many as it embodies that raw East African safari feel. So, why should you visit Tanzania now? Do you want me to start with the selfish reasons? Yes, let’s start there in case you need convincing. In Ngorongoro Crater with Nomad Tanzania, we were one of 6 or so vehicles in the crater, which is practically unheard of...

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Africa’s year of zero: a special report on the future of wildlife tourism

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The pandemic has stalled tourism across the world. But in Africa the situation is profoundly precarious. When will we be able to go back? And, crucially, what will be the right way to do so? 

Nomad Tanzania has 14 camps in Tanzania; it also runs logistics into remote areas, working with communities that without tourism would have little alternative but to exploit their wildlife negatively. The company is highly socially responsible — the employees are empowered (all but one of the camps are run by Tanzanians) and locals benefit (this includes a finance scheme for guides to own the safari vehicles). One star in its portfolio is Greystoke Mahale on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, where Nomad works closely with the neighbouring Tongwe Trust, an impressive community forest-protection project...

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TRAVEL’S “NEXT ZEITGEIST”

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''There’s a company called Nomad Tanzania, which is really making a difference. They have a series of camps in Tanzania and also run logistics. I think they are socially responsible to a very high degree— the employees are empowered; the communities benefit. They’re environmentally intelligent and cutting edge. I would like to think that companies like that will not only survive this, but will also be seen as belonging to the next zeitgeist, which is less about gold taps and more about conscious, connected humanity.''

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Magical Mahale Meeting with Chimps

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Greystoke Mahale sits on a pristine, white sandy beach overlooking the turquoise water of Lake Tanganyika, with the forested slopes of the Mahale Mountains rising behind.

It has just six en-suite wood and thatch bandas set on the edge of the forest. The rooms are tucked back into the forest line so that your only view is of the beach and the lake beyond. They’re also made almost entirely from sustainable materials sourced on Lake Tanganyika.

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The trips we’re most excited about

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“We’ll start in the Serengeti Plains, staying at Serengeti Safari Camp and Serengeti Bush Camps and then stay at Volcanoes Bwindi Lodge in Uganda. We’ll end with some R&R at Joali in the Maldives”

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Hospitality Interiors

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“Nomad Tanzania’s extraordinary collection of camps and lodges has grown by one with the opening of Entamanu Private”

Hospitality Interiors (UK), December 2019

Entamanu Private

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Travel wise: where to go in 2020

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“we stayed at Lamai Serengeti, which is set quietly and simply in a rare hilly outcrop above the plain”

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