Tanzania Mivumo Camps crafts authentic and memorable safari experiences, providing the highest quality of luxury and comfort. Warm and genuine East African hospitality characterises a safari with Tanzania Mivumo Camps, where guests are indulged with a luxurious and personalised stay.
Ruaha Hill View Lodge, one of the best Lodges in Ruaha and nestled in Idelemle mountains only 16 km. away from the park boarder boasts of its tranquility and hospitality.
It is amazing to think that in just 2 hours flight or 6 hours of traveling you can escape the hectic urban melee of Dar-es-salaam and be in the heart of one the world’s great wildernesses.
The clamour of car engines is replaced by the grunting of hippos, the chatter of playful vervet monkeys, and the shrill keening of eagles.
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Ruaha Hill View Lodge is situated only 15 km from the gate of Ruaha National Park
Restaurant, bar and large terrace to enjoy the spectacular African sunrise and sunset
Cottages equipped with all the amenities for a comfortable stay
We are a full service tour operator. With more information about your preferred plan, we can customize an itinerary for you including domestic flights, airport transfers, safaris, excursions and stays at other hotels and lodges in Tanzania.
The impact of COVID-19 is sure being felt across the globe and in particular the tourism industry. Whilst the situation is changing daily, we want to assure you that we are all in this together.
We are monitoring the latest developments from the World Health Organization and public health officials. The health and safety of our guests and staff remain our priority. As a result, we are amending our policies to provide guests both flexibility and security to continue booking their stay with Tanzania Mivumo Camps. This amended policy will stay in effect until the World Health Organization declares the status of the pandemic as over.
Tanzania’s tourism industry means that there is a great variety of high quality food available. Hotels and restaurants provide cuisine from all around the world as well as local cuisine, so you can immerse yourself fully with Tanzanian food or sample the comforts of home.
Traditional Tanzanian food features plenty of meat (especially beef, chicken, and fish), rice, and vegetables. It’s simple, hearty food often accompanied by ugali, a flour and water based dough similar to polenta and eaten by hand.
Currency can be exchanged at banks, currency exchange offices (which are plentiful in the city), and in most hotels. Hotels generally offer the least favourable exchange rates.
Banks in Tanzania are open from 9am until 3.30pm Monday to Friday, and from 9am until 11am on Saturdays.
Entering Tanzania requires both a valid passport and a Tanzanian visa. While the information below is up to date at the time of writing, it is advisable to always check ahead to ensure visa processes or charges have not changed.
Visas are available upon arrival in Tanzania, whether you’re landing at the airport or are making a border crossing.
The cost of a visa upon arrival is $50 for non US citizens, and $100 for US citizens. This should be paid in USD. Other currencies are not accepted.
If you have any further questions about the visa process, please don’t hesitate to contact us. That’s what we’re here for!
Tanzania is one of the safest countries in East Africa, but you never can be too careful when you’re on the road. While safari areas are generally very safe, the country is no stranger to criminal activity. Like any other country in the world, there is always some risk of theft.