Kemipinski hotels has signed a new management for 2 lodges and a high-end tented camp in Tanzania, rumors to debut in 2023. The 3 Kempinski safari lodges in Tanzania properties will be capable to gathered in a roundtrip experience, providing deluxe stays in close vicinity to the most famous attractions in Tanzania.
The 3 new Tanzania Kempinski properties will be perfect to be gathered in a roundtrip and provide a deluxe stay in close vicinity to the most famous attractions in the country. Inspired by the natural elements of surroundings and with a focus on stability, each lodge has its own distintive character and architectural language that is special to its particular, protected atmosphere. With reference to the stunning tree canopies of Africa, the architecture is dominated by expansive roof structures and projecting shade canopies which offer shelter from the African sun. spacious terraces and magical open-air living area permit the guest to dip themselves in nature.
This place consists of nineteen tents with outdoor showers and terrace, 2 junior suite tents with an outside pool as well as 2 family tent with 2 rooms. Perched on a ridge overlooking the deep gorges and lake, the luxurious tented camp will provide access to a world-class game viewing and a stunning birdlife range.
Scheduled to open in 2023, all 3 properties are set in Tanzania famous wilderness places, making them perfect for incentive groups looking dip themselves in nature and enjoy some of the world’s most popular safari experiences.
Kempinski Longosa Lodge Serengeti will provide seventy-five rooms, lounges and bars, dining area with outdoor cooking and decks, fire pit, outdoor pool and wellness place. It is placed in the heart of the animal migration corridor in the Serengeti National Park, a World Heritage place and well-known wildlife conservation region.
Located on a ridge overlooking the deep gorges and lakes, Kempinski Msasa Lodge Lake Manyara is a deluxe tented camp provides access to world class game viewing and wonderful birdlife variety.
It will provide nineteen tents with outdoor showers and terrace, 2 junior suite tents with an open-air pool as well as 2 family tents with 2 rooms.
The third of the new Kempinski properties, bordered by splendid Baobab trees in the heart of Tarangire National Park, is not just a haven for wildlife experience, but also for bird lovers who will amazed by more than 552 species. With seventy-five guest rooms, villas and suites the offer at Kempinski Kitbong Hill Tarangire is a similar to be one of the lodge at Serengeti permitting visitors to stay in highest relaxation in a scenically amazing environment and to relax in luxury after a wonderful day in the wilderness.
Key entry point for visitors to the Kempinski lodges is Kilimanjaro International Airport or the Dar es Salaam airport with links to Lobo or Arusha. Another choice will be flights from Zanzibar.