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Accomodation

In ANGALIA we have charming bungalows perfectly integrated in the breathtaking landscape. All our constructions are built with makuti roof (palm leave) and Tanga stone, commonly used in Tanzanian traditional constructions, and are equipped with individual bathrooms accessible from the interior. Everything has been designed to comfortably enjoy wild nature.

 

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Bar- restaurant “Barazani”

The perfect place to relax with your favourite drink. If you prefer you can enjoy it by the camp fire. To eat we recommend Swahili dishes like pilau (rice with spices) or wali wa nazi (coconut rice). You will love discovering African cooking, but we also have great Mediterranean cuisine. Our dishes are elaborated with fresh products from solidary farming projects.

Barazani is where the elders meet. It may be under a tree, but it is also how the Council of Ministers is called. It is also the living room of the Swahili homes.

 

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Our way of being

In ANGALIA we strive to make all our guests feel comfortable while feeling that they are in the middle of the African savannah, and we are firmly committed with the surroundings, both in the environmental and social dimensions. So, in addition to not alter the ecosystem of the National Park, we support and facilitate various social initiatives for local development and try to supply ourselves with products from family farming.

We have had fantastic artists from Pacolmo Theatre, Marisa, Romero and Toni, who delighted children and elders during their visit to Mikumi. Dr. Orlando Falcón also supported our social activities, donating balls and uniforms to the Youth Football Team of Kikwalaza, a neighboring vulnerable community in Mikumi. Dr. Jean Paul Reinartz regularly collaborates with us by doing eye exams and donating glasses to most vulnerable people; Jean Paul also sponsors the Health Center of Mikumi village.

To all of them, Thank you very much! Asante sana!

 

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Angalia is a great experience

“Africa is always a space for adventure and rediscovery, of encountering with oneself. That they know very well in Angalia Tented Camp, dreamlike space that widens your heart and makes you feel secure in freedom”, Miguel López, Spain.

“We had a beautiful time! We will definitely go back. The food is amazing, clean, and good service,. Highly recommended! Nice and warm watering in the tent, mosquito nets. Nice and comfortable bed. You feel secure”, Ney M. Holt, United Kingdom.

“Like in Far From of Africa. That’s how you feel when you are in Angalia. The site surprises with its beauty, but also because it has a special charm, in what surely has to do the service of the people working there. Respect for the environment is evident throughout the whole site…Really great! “, Irene Saavedra, Spain.

“We wanted a different holiday: adventure but safe, and we succeeded. Beautiful game rides with a pleasant place to relax and good food and company. I would definitely recommend it”, Tomás Ruano, Spain.

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Rates

PRICES PER DAY – 2017

BUNGALOWS

Single occupancy – full board 180 USD
Double occupancy – full board 300 USD
Triple occupancy – full board 425 USD

CHILDREN

One child under 12 years, sharing room with parents   90 USD
Two children under 12 years, sharing room with parents 120 USD
Children under 3 years FREE

GAME DRIVES & EXCURSIONS

Full day game drive to Mikumi (max. 6 guests) 250 USD
Half day game drive to Mikumi (max. 6 guests) 200 USD
Excursion to Udzungwa Falls (max. 4 guests) 175 USD

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How to get here

ANGALIA TENTED CAMP is located in the green belt of Mikumi National Park. Coming from Dar es Salaam by the A-7 heading south, about 800 meters from the park exit you have to deviate by the path that goes left, where there is a sign of ANGALIA TENTED CAMP. Once there, for the mile remaining to reach the camp you will find several signs. There we will be waiting for you.

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Mikumi National Park

ANGALIA is located in the Green belt of Mikumi, its savannah landscape dotted with acacias, baobabs, tamarinds and palms is often compared with the Serengeti plains. It is easy to see elephants, zebras, hippos, crocodiles, giraffes, antelopes, buffalos, big cats such as lions and leopards, reptiles and a variety of birds.

 

 

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Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Just 60 km from Angalia are Udzungwa Mountains, the second most bio diverse national park in Africa. Udzungwa is part of a chain of mountains called the Eastern Arc, also known as the African Galapagos for the great variety of endemic species that it treasures. Its forest is exuberant and magical, with trees over 30 meters high interlaced with lichens, mosses and ferns, barely letting in the sunshine. A paradise for hikers. After a walk in the park, you can enjoy a refreshing swim in the natural pools of crystal clear water formed by the Sanje Falls.

 

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Africa as you imagine and much more

Tanzania is a beautiful country, is Africa as you imagine and much more. Is one of the best places in the world to observe wildlife. Its national parks are an amazing and exciting show: lions, leopards, elephants and giraffes, zebras and wildebeest, impalas and gazelles, hippos and rhinos, buffalos, reptiles and birds of all sizes and colours, in their natural habitat.

To the national parks we have to add the charms of the Swahili coast and the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia, with pearly sand beaches and crystal clear waters, center of the spice trade, but also the scene of one of the biggest embarrassments of history: the slave trade.

The Swahili coast is characterized by its cultural diversity. Arab and Persian navigation networks connected the coastal cities with the Islamic world and the Far East. The cuisine is the result of mestizaje and the Swahili dishes, rich in spices have influences of Indian, Arabic and European gastronomy.

Tanzania is a peaceful and stable country, and its people are friendly and hospitable, which make it an excellent touristic destination. For sure you will love it!

 

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Data of interest

Official name United Republic of Tanzania
Surface 947.300 km²
Population 48.261.942
Capital city Dodoma – Main city: Dar es Salaam
Ethnic groups African 99% (of which 95% are Bantu consisting of more than 130 tribes), other 1% (consisting of Asian, European, and Arab); Zanzibar – Arab, African, mixed Arab and African.
Languages Kiswahili or Swahili (official), English (official, primary language of commerce, administration, and higher education), Arabic (widely spoken in Zanzibar), many local languages.
Religions Mainland – Christian 30%, Muslim 35%, indigenous beliefs 35%; Zanzibar – more than 99% Muslim
Political system Presidential multiparty republic
Life expectancy at birth 60.76 years (Est. 2013)
GDP – per capita 1,700 USD (Est. 2012)
Currency Tanzanian shilling

Find more about Tanzania in

www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/tz.html

 

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Tips to prepare the trip

Your health

Different vaccines are suggested when travelling to Tanzania, depending on the places you are visiting and the length of stay in the country. Malaria prophylaxis is also recommended. Visit the International Vaccination Centre in your area with at least one month before the intended date of travel.

If you take any medication regularly you should bring all you are going to need during the trip.

It is advised to sleep always under the mosquito net and to use a mosquito repellent, especially at dusk and sunrise.

Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration, but remember that you cannot drink the tap water. Consume only bottled or canned beverages without ice.

Outside the hotels is not advisable to eat unpeeled fruit, salads and vegetables that are not cooked.

Always use sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat.

We recommend that you contract travel insurance and additionally the Flying Doctors’ emergency evacuation insurance, with which you will be contributing to the social work of the major African health NGO www.flydoc.org/

What to wear

Depending on the season it can be quite cool, especially if you go to the North of the country during the months of June to September. It is advisable to wear different clothes because temperatures can vary widely from day to night.

Check weather forecast page before you pack, here is the link to the BBC:

www.bbc.co.uk/weather/

Fly to Tanzania

There are many airlines that fly to Dar es Salaam: KLM, Egyptair, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Kenyan Airways… Prices vary considerably depending on the season, so if you are able to travel in low season your pocket will thank you. You will also save if you get your ticket in advance.

The visa

A visa is required for most nationalities and can be obtained from the Immigration Office at the international airports of Dar es Salaam or Kilimanjaro, as well as in all of the entry borders, if you arrive by land.

We encourage you to bring the amount of the visa in U.S. dollars, as they set equivalence between dollar and euro. U.S. dollars issued prior to 2006 are not accepted.

Find more information here:

www.tanzania.go.tz/visa.html

Change money

The Tanzanian currency is the Tanzanian shilling (TZS). You can pay in dollars in most of the hotels, but take shillings for the rest of the payments.

Usually, the best change is the one you get in the bureaux de change in the city center, but if you don’t have time you can also change at the airport on arrival.

In this link you can get the updated exchange rate:

www.oanda.com/currency/converter/

ATMs

There are plenty of ATMs in major cities, but once out, things get complicated. The exchange rate of ATMs is not bad, but transaction fees are usually quite high, with the drawback that the maximum that can be drawn in each operation is 400,000 TZS (about 200 Euros, depending on the exchange rate).

Credit cards

The use of credit cards is not widely spread and, although they are accepted in many hotels, they often charge an additional percentage for paying with them.

KARIBU SANA!

 

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Weekend getaways

▪ Game drives in Mikumi & excursion to Udzungwa (Sanje Falls) -03 days – click here

Southern circuit

▪ Mikumi, Udzungwa (Sanje Falls) & Selous Game reserve -06 days – click here

Southern Parks & Zanzíbar  

▪ Mikumi, Udzungwa (Sanje Falls) and Selous + Zanzíbar (Stone Town + Beach) -1o days – click here 

And if you prefer, get in touch with us by email and we will design together a tailor made proposal for you.

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