Kigoma Hilltop Hotel
Set on a remote outcrop amongst acres of lush gardens overlooking Lake Tanganyika, Kigoma Hilltop Hotel is the ideal stopover point for safaris to the Western Parks. The hotel has just been completely refurbished to complement our other properties and makes the perfect place of relaxation, with a wonderful inviting atmosphere and offering every modern comfort for the weary traveler. Kigoma Hilltop Hotel is the ideal venue to host intimate wedding ceremonies and is very popular for conferencing and incentive groups. Combine work and pleasure in this tranquil setting; at the end of the day relax on your verandah overlooking the lake or cool off in the spectacular flower-shaped swimming pool.
Rubondo Island Camp
Rubondo Island Camp is the only camp on the 250km² Rubondo Island – one of the biggest islands in Tanzania’s vast Lake Victoria. Aiming to be a halfway house between a safari camp and beach retreat, the lodge sits on the shore of the lake, with views of the lake in front, and forest extending behind. Arriving at the camp is special: it’s only accessible by plane and the birds-eye view as you soar over Lake Victoria and descend onto Rubondo is the perfect way to truly appreciate the geography, landscape and remoteness of the camp. In the past, a very simple camp had been located on the island for many years, but it fell into disrepair and closed.
Speke Bay Lodge
Speke Bay Lodge is situated on the southeastern shore of Lake Victoria in Tanzania, East Africa. It is located just 15 kilometres from the famous Serengeti National Park, and 125 kilometres north of Mwanza. Speke Bay forms part of Speke Gulf, which got its name from renowned explorer John Hanning Speke who discovered Lake Victoria to be the source of the Nile River in 1958.
Embraced by the savannah, Speke Bay Lodge has the appearance of a small village stretched out along the lakeshore.