Accommodations

Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge

The Lodge has been adapted from an early colonial farmhouse built in the early 20th century and it is one of the oldest family lodges in Arusha. Ngare Sero has been providing personal service for its residents since 1974. The Garden rooms are nested in the tranquil gardens with private verandahs. Interiors are individually decorated with ethnic fabrics and handmade furniture like study tables and the ottoman sofas that on request can be used as a third single bed. Each room has an en-suite toilet, a bathtub and a dressing room.

Wilderness Camp

There are some nights that are spent in lodges and/or hotels, notably at the beginning and the end. It is important to note that most nights will be spent camping. Camp will be set up when we arrive at the end of each day of riding and taken down and moved by the Adventure International staff. That means that whilst we try to make this as comfortable as possible, water for showers will be limited to around 15 liters per person per day (where sufficient water is available). Toilets will be short drop style with a portable toilet seat and toilet tent.

 

RIDETZ Camp

Irente View Cliff Lodge

Irente View Cliff Lodge is situated right at the famous “Irente view point” of which many tourist and different people from different countries come to view the panoramic view of Maasai Steppe.

Mkoama Bay Tented Lodge 

Uniquely situated on Tanzania’s secluded mainland coast in Pangani, Mkoma Bay Tented Lodge offers exclusive tented bungalows in 6 acres of lush gardens overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Mkoma Bay Tented Lodge was built almost 20 years ago and distinguishes itself by offering accommodation in Tented Bungalows as you would expect to find them in the country’s many National Parks. Its lush green gardens overlooking the ocean is a unique highlight. The lodge offers private beach cove, fire-pit, and lounge-bar.

 

Food

The basic routine is:

  1. Morning fuel up: carbohydrates with a mixture of other food and fruit.
  2. Daytime snacks: keep your energy levels up and replenish lost fuel and minerals. Bananas are always on hand but bringing your favorite energy bars / goos / energy tablets, and plenty of them, is a good idea.
  3. Lunch break: some down time with breads, fruits, mixed nuts and fluid.
  4. Afternoon snacking as per the daytime snacks.
  5. Dinner: plenty of carbohydrates with a meat / sauce / vegetables.

Please note that people with special dietary requirements can normally be accommodated, but let Adventure International know if you have ANY allergies or dislikes.

 

 

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