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The Ngorongoro Crater Region is known for its spectacular scenery and fantastic wildlife viewing. Accommodation is available around the crater rim or in nearby Karatu. There is no accommodation on the floor of the crater itself. Numerous, luxurious, high-end lodges perch around the rim of Ngorongoro Crater, offering spectacular views across the crater. A little way off, halfway between Manyara and the crater, is Karatu, where there are a number of comfortable and more affordable lodges set amongst beautiful, lush plantations. These provide an excellent base from which to explore the area.
Lake Manyara National Park, while small in comparison to other parks in Tanzania, offers visitors a diverse range of fauna and flora, including many elephant and infamous tree-climbing lion. There is only one permanent camp within the park itself, while scattered around its outskirts are many excellent affordable camps as well as exclusive, luxury camps.
Scenic and wildlife-rich Tarangire National Park has a number of lodges. There are also numerous lodges and camps scattered around its outskirts from affordable to luxury.
There are a couple of campsites, mountain huts and lodges inside Arusha National Park. Because the park is so close to Arusha, most visitors stay in the city and set aside one day to spend in the park.
A wide range of accommodation is offered within Arusha and on the quieter outskirts of town. It offers everything from campsites and 'cheap and cheerful' backpackers through to high-end luxury lodges and hotels.
Etosha National Park is Nambia's premier safari destination. There are camps within the park itself and numerous lodges scattered around its outskirts, with many excellent affordable camps as well as exclusive, luxury camps with private access to the park.
There are a few accommodation options in this area - ranging from humble campsites to the ultimate in luxury safari and tented camps, offering excursions to the famous Sossusvlei Dunes and Sesriem Canyon.
Lodges are few and far between in this remote, but fascinating area. Apart from a few fishermen camps, there are a few lodges that offer trips into this restricted area - day visitors are not allowed. A few fly-in safari operators also offer a unique way to experience this area which is known for its excellent variety of wildlife.
Probably one of Namibia's less populated and developed areas, this starkly beautiful area is known for the picturesque Epupa Falls and the fascinating Himba semi-nomadic tribe. The lodges are fairly few and far between, generally very luxurious and well worth the effort of getting there.
As is befitting of the capital, there is a wide choice of accommodation in Windhoek and its outskirts - ranging from self-catering to up-market guest houses, boutique hotels and the luxury Windhoek Country Club Resort.
There's a wide choice of accommodation in the Kavango & Zambezi Region, mostly waterfront lodges along the many watercourses than intersect this tropical area.
The Fish River Canyon is the longest canyon in Africa and the second most-visited attraction in Namibia. Up to 550 metres deep in places, it is a gigantic crevice cutting deep into the dry, stony and arid surrounds.