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Hotels in Mikumi National Park

Hotels in Mikumi National Park


Mikumi national park lodges: Mikumi national park is one of the national parks in Tanzania that is still under developed with few accommodation facilities. Mikumi national park lodges are located outside the park around Mikumi town and some in the neighboring protected areas. The park has two lodges that are located inside, 3 tented camps and 3 public campsites.

 Like any other protected areas in Tanzania, Mikumi national park lodges are categorized in to three categories those are Luxury lodges, Mid-range lodges and Budget lodges. Its true that few lodges are located inside the park but most of them are found around the park.

The main aim of categorization of the park lodges was to improve service delivery and upgrade the lodge standards to the world’s level. The rating is done in inform of stars from one star lodge to the 5 star lodges. The one start lodges are the basic lodges mostly referred as Tented camps which are budget. The 2 to 3 stars are the mid-range lodges, these are inform of lodges and safari tents which are permanent. 

Top Hotels in Mikumi National Park

Camp Bastian Mikumi

Camp Bastian Mikumi offers different type of accommdation to suit all needs. It consists of 7 chalet in different sizes and a camp site.

Tan-Swiss Lodge - Mikumi

Featuring free WiFi, Tan-Swiss Lodge is set in Mikumi, 13 km from Mkumi Hippo pool. Free private parking is available on site. All units have a flat-screen TV.

Voyage Village in Mikumi

With garden views, Voyage Village is set in Mikumi and has a restaurant, room service, bar, garden and terrace. Very clean and good service

Mikumi Ndovu Lodge

Mikumi Ndovu Lodge is located in Mikumi National Park and offers a bar. This tented camp features a garden and free private parking.

Vuma Hills Tented Camp

Vuma Hill Tented Camp is set on a hillside overlooking the seemingly endless wilderness on the south west of Mikumi National Park.

Hotels in Mikumi National Park

Forex Safari Camp

Foxes Safari Camp (Stanley’s Kopje) is located in Mikumi National Park, on a rocky hill on the Mkata flood plain, in one of the best game viewing areas of the park.

MIKUMI - fourth largest national park in Tanzania

GETTING TO MIKUMI NATIONAL PARK

Safaris to Mikumi usually start from Dar es Salaam, and your point of entry for the country is Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR). In most cases, your tour operator will pick you up from the airport and handle all further ground operations or domestic flights.

Mikumi is a four-hour drive away from Dar  and can easily be visited as a weekend get-away. However, most people visit Mikumi en route to Nyerere or Ruaha. 

The only scheduled flights to Mikumi are with Safari Air Link which offers a daily connection to Ruaha, Selous, Dar and Zanzibar.

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June to October is the best time to visit Mikumi National Park. During the dry season, the wildlife concentrate around waterholes and rivers – making it easier to spot them.

A good surfaced road connects Mikumi to Dar es Salaam via Morogoro, a roughly 4 hour drive. Also road connections to Udzungwa, Ruaha and (dry season only) Selous. Charter flight from Dar es Salaam, Arusha or Selous. Local buses run from Dar to park HQ where game drives can be arranged.

Wildlife in this quiet national park includes elephant, giraffe, buffalo, Burchell’s zebra, sable, eland, Liechtenstein’s hartebeest, lion, leopard, spotted hyena, and jackal. You can also find yellow baboons near Kiboga, at the southern end of the park.

3,230 sq km (1,250 sq miles), it’s on of the largest park in Tanzania. Location: 283 km (175 miles) West of Dar es Salaam, this park can be visited with Selous, Ruaha and Udzungwa national parks.

Mikumi national park is named after the popular dominant Palm tree species that is commonly found at the park called Borrassus Spp. The tree is exceptional in that it grew at the park but with no stems seen from anywhere in the village. The park also shares its name with the village which is named after the park.