You will be spoilt for choice when seeking accommodation in Northern Tanzania, with a range of lodges, hotels, and campsites. Nyange adventures offer a range of accommodation options from luxury lodges to campsites, depending on your choice of safari.
Stay in Moshi a Tanzanian municipality situated on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Now a tourist hub for those starting or completing a climb of the nearby mountain, descended from a German military camp (Neu-Moschi) established in 1893. Aside from the mountain, there is so much more this locale has to offer. You can choose to explore multiple national parks or conservation areas including the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Arusha, Lake Natron, or Lake Eyasi. If you desire another mountain then why not summit Mount Meru?
Explore the best safari circuit in Africa, with each conservation estate adding a new dimension to the startling array of flora and fauna you will experience. For the anthropologically minded take this opportunity to participate in cultural activities amongst the Maasai people, or to observe the vanishing lifestyle of the Hadzabe a remarkable group of true hunter-gatherers.
Enjoy the cleanliness of Moshi and the prosperous feeling, driven by tourism and the large coffee estates, with an appealing blend of Asian and African influence.
Moshi has national and international flight connections through the Kilimanjaro International Airport.
Do not forget to visit the old Moshi railway station which is no longer operational. Sit and enjoy a drink at the small bar in the converted booking office, where you can watch the local people commuting by foot along the old railway tracks.
On safari, you will enjoy quality meals prepared for you, by your travelling chef. Special dietary needs can be accommodated if your Chef is forewarned.
Although Moshi is not a large cosmopolitan centre you may be surprised at the dining experiences available - often modest yet tasty, with an array of options. You will find food choices from India, Asia and Europe with vegetarian options. For self-catering make sure you visit the local markets which sell a wonderful variety of fresh fruits and vegetables - there are also well-stocked grocery shops in the town centre.
You will undoubtedly want to try some local options like Chipsi mayai, which is basically a hot chip omolette. The beauty is in the simplicity, and it has become a favourite comfort food in Tanzania, available at food stands and many cafes and restaurants.
If you are looking for the unofficial national dish of Tanzania, then try some Ugali. Easy to cook and affordable, prepared with maize flour and water, it is cooked into a dough like consistency, which should be neither to dry nor too sticky. Usually served with a sauce containing either meat, or vegetables, or grilled meat such as nyama choma.
You will find many tasty local food choices to choose from, with many variations of spices and flavours.
Thrill to the adventure of guided safari tours through a range of Tanzanian national parks and conservation areas. Experiencing abundant local fauna and flora, getting up close and personal with African wildlife in its natural habitat.
Quality guides with exceptional local knowledge will introduce you to the indigenous cultures and practices of this exciting land. With guides proficient in English, German, and Spanish language.
Taste local foods prepared by your own travelling chef. Rest comfortably in a wide range of accommodation options.