Peeking out from the tree canopy and surrounded by boulders, Mwiba Lodge is an incredible property to visit. With views of a huge gorge found on the Arugusinyai River, the Lodge is an excellent base from which to explore the Serengeti and the plethora of wildlife that call it home, including the great hordes of wildebeest and zebra during the Great Migration. The luxury accommodation at the lodge offers a touch of colonial class and echoes the old world safaris of yesteryear, adding a layer of authenticity to a stay here.
Raised high on wooden platforms, the 8 tented suites hold splendid views and are luxuriously appointed. Spacious interiors are defined by the meeting of charming canvas walls and ceilings and wooden flooring. Beautifully furnished with armchairs, wooden tables and large double beds, the rooms artfully blend with their surrounds, employing a palette of natural colours. Bathrooms feature large bathtubs and outdoor showers, all of which possess excellent views of the area.
Experience thrilling game drives in the 51,000 acre reserve in which the lodge is set, along with exciting bush walks. Guests can also visit a traditional village and experience the local culture first-hand. When not on activities enjoy casual game viewing from the hotel's infinity pool and bask in the area's natural beauty.
This lodge can be reached by road either from the Ngorongoro Crater or Lake Manyara National Park. Alternatively it is possible to fly to a nearby airstrip from many locations within the northern circuit of Tanzania.
Game drives, bush walks and cultural interaction.
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What a breathtaking place! By far my favourite from the trip, the entire property is beautiful and it feels like you are living in a big tree house. Our butler, Philemon, was an absolute super star and we are so grateful for how well he took care of us during our stay. The room was a dream with a stunning view over the small river where you could hear the…
The lodge was great but the food wasn't great.
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