Tanzania :: Tanzania
Category: Camping :: Camping
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Migombani Campsite is a family-run camp located at one of the highlights of northern Tanzania: Lake Manyara National Park. The campsite is beautifully-appointed with grassy grounds where you can pitch your own tent or just hire one for your comfort.
The site is spaciously designed, fully equipped and safe with 24 hours security available. Choose your favorite spot to put up your tent and enjoy the undisturbed views from the privacy of your canvas.
There are hot showers, clean flushing toilets and fresh water, thanks to the nearby river. Also a large, modern kitchen area is at your disposal. There are no power points, and no ice is available.
|Address :||Mto wa Mbu, Manyara, Tanzania|
|Tel :||+255 752 811 018|
|Cellphone Reception :||Good|
Pass the small town of Mto wa Mbu. Just before reaching the park gate that is situated on the left side of the road, take the small road going uphill on your right. Follow this dirt road along the river and continue for 1.3 km until you reach the gate of Migombani Campsite. Note that parts of the route are pretty steep and 4WD might be required when it has rained.
|Rates Quoted :||Per Person|
|Base Currency :||USD|
|Minimum Rate :||10.00|
|Maximum Rate :||10.00|
|Updated for :||2021|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash, Foreign Currency|
|Types of Foreign Currency Accepted :||USD, EURO, TSH|
|Accommodation (Tented camp), Camping, Child Friendly, Restaurant (And bar and lounge), Swimming Pool, Internet, Wireless Networking|
|Facilities :||Kitchen, Shaded Sites|
|Shower Facilities :||Hot and Cold Showers|
|Wood Available :||Yes|
|Tours and Excursions, Hiking Trails, Swimming|
|Notes on Activities :||(Some activities may be offered nearby).|
You will only need a 4WD in the rainy season.
There is also an airport just 15min away from the campsite.
LARGE OVERLAND TRUCKS:
Are not accommodated.
The public campsite is exorbitant and shocking. So it os recommend to rather stay outside the park?(Oct-2021)
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