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Our favourite Tanzania family safari properties

 
Thinking about where to stay on your luxury family safari in Tanzania? Here's a collection of our favourite child-friendly camps and lodges across the country. Keep reading, then call and speak to our travel experts to find the best one for you.
Jabali private house exterior at night
Jabali private house exterior at night
 
Discover Tanzania’s largest and most remote national park in exclusive, sophisticated comfort. Jabali Private House is a hidden retreat in Ruaha National Park, deep within the country’s wild south. The expert team will guide active families off-the-grid for a true wilderness escape.
 
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Children and father with binoculars in bush
Children and father with binoculars in bush
 
Mkombe’s House is the first and only private house in the Serengeti. This is one of our favourite choices for families who want a classic Tanzania safari in exclusivity with expertly personal and attentive service.
 
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kiba point exterior
kiba point exterior
 
A secluded hideaway in one of the most remote game reserves in Tanzania, Kiba Point is a rustic retreat from modern life. Here your days pass at your own pace, whether you choose to explore by open-sided jeep with a private guide, or intrepidly explore the bush on foot. Since you won’t see any other people while you’re here, it’s the perfect African escape to enjoy with your family.
 
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Veranda at night at Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
Veranda at night at Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
 
Cresting the rim of its namesake, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is a favourite of ours for parents and children alike. The vistas of the crater are visible from everywhere in your suite, surrounding you with the sunlit beauty of one of Africa’s most spectacular landscapes. Children of all ages are welcome here and will love picnics on the crater floor as well as the WILDChild programme.
 
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Luxury twin tent at Little Chem Chem
Luxury twin tent at Little Chem Chem
 
Chem Chem is a wildlife reserve nestled between Lake Manyara and Tarangire national parks, with just three luxury lodges. Little Chem Chem is an eco-sanctuary, perfect for families, where the love of the environment that the owners have is evident everywhere you look. Simply by staying here you are making a difference, since tourism levies go directly to the local communities and conserving the land it's situated on.
 
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Baraza spa pool
Baraza spa pool
 
Palatial in style, Baraza is a resort that is reminiscent of the children’s tales Arabian Nights. A stay in Zanzibar is a relaxing accompaniment to an exhilarating Tanzanian safari with just as many activities, for parents and youngsters alike. Choose to spend your days diving and snorkelling among the coral reefs or windsurfing across the waves.
 
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Camp exterior
Camp exterior
 
Seeing the Great Migration is one of life’s greatest privileges. Our favourite way is in an ultra-private, mobile camp, carefully positioned to give you the best views of the ever-moving herds. For discerning families seeking luxury and privacy, our answer is &Beyond’s Serengeti Under Canvas. It is moved around five times a year, giving you a front-row seat no matter when you visit.
 
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Matemwe beach house exterior private pool
Matemwe beach house exterior private pool
 
One of our favourite ways to cap off a safari is with a week on the beach. In Tanzania, there’s no better place to go than Zanzibar. For families after exclusivity, we love super secluded Matemwe Beach House. You’ll have the whole place to yourself with a host of aquatic activities to keep you occupied.
 
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Olivers camp exterior
Olivers camp exterior
 
The July and August school holidays coincide with Tanzania’s dry season. If you’re planning family travel to Tanzania at this time, then we’re sure to include a stay in Tarangire. Animals from across the country gather en masse to the permanent water sources here and there’s no better place to stay in the thick of the action than Oliver’s Camp.
 
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