FAQs: Accommodation in Tanzania

To help you, we've put together a list of our most frequently asked questions together with the answers. Of course, if you have any other questions that need addressing, don't hesitate to contact us here and one of our helpful representatives will be able to advise.


We offer all different types of accommodation from basic lodges to extremely luxurious, opulent hotels.

No, not all of them come with mosquito nets because it’s dependent on their location. For example, if they are situated close to water they will have mosquito nets. However, tented camps can be tightly sealed at night which means that you don’t need a mosquito net. Additionally, the housekeeping service will turn-down your sleeping area and spray your room with mosquito repellent. We would advise that you bring suitable insect repellent with you on your trip and at night, wear long trousers, long sleeve shirts or dress/similar for women.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to sample local food, however always ask your guide’s advice first!

There are lots of things you can do. Buying local food and product is a great way to contribute to the local economy. You can also buy gifts for friends and family back home as this adds to local income. If you have any specific interest do let us know, for example, schools, conservation programmes etc. and we can usually arrange for you to visit them and find out more about them.