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My brother and I stayed here for one night before departing for a Kilimanjaro climb. It is a classic safari lodge with a semi-permanent tent beneath a thatched roof that is very comfortable and well appointed in rustic safari style. Beds were comfortable. The bar...More
We spent a night at Ndarkwai right before beginning our trek on Kilimanjaro. What a wonderful place to relax and prepare before the big expedition! The staff is friendly, the accommodations luxurious - considering they are tents! - and the food is plentiful and tasty....More
The staff were friendly, food good, bar well stocked for a place so remote. Wifi available too which was a pleasant surprise.
Loved the tented rooms. They were beautiful and simply furnished. Touches of African fabric liven the room up. Every amenity you could want!...More
I just returned to Ndarakwai for the sixth year in a row, and while it is hard to believe, it keeps getting better. We started with a sunset trip to the "Treehouse", and waited while zebras, giraffes, warthogs, and wildebeest came for a drink at...More
After 5 weeks working at FAME hospital in Karatu with side trips and safaris in the Serengeti, Lake Manyara, Ngorogoro plusTarangire, I was ready for Ndarakwai Ranch. This place is amazing for so many reasons. I hope I can do it justice.
First, the accommodations...More
It actually took us closer to 75 minutes. But as the other respondent noted, the ranch will make all of the arrangements. And even if you're arriving late at night, be prepared for them to have a full and delicious meal... More
It actually took us closer to 75 minutes. But as the other respondent noted, the ranch will make all of the arrangements. And even if you're arriving late at night, be prepared for them to have a full and delicious meal waiting for you.
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"Each tent is out of a movie, think "Out of Africa""