It had been a few years since my last visit to Northern Tanzania, an area on many people’s bucket list, and an area with names that evoke all sorts of emotions. My memories of my first visit to Tanzania, about 20 years ago, are still with me – particularly the cheetah sighting in the tall grass of the Serengeti, when the cubs got told off by their Mum, because she lost the Tommy she had just caught for their dinner, as they were otherwise occupied with some rough and tumble.
Serena Hotels was delighted to welcome back into the fold Mr Mugo Maringa, who took over the role of Serena’s Country Director Tanzania on 1 October 2015. Claire caught up with him at World Travel Market for a quick ...
Thanks to Serena Hotels, Kenya Airways and Ranger Safaris Kevin was recently lucky enough to take a group of operators on an educational to Tanzania’s Northern Safari Circuit. It was an amazing trip full of stunning views, incredible game sightings, ...
At about the same time as William the Conqueror was thinking that Hastings would be a good place to visit, a seed from a baobab tree germinated and so began its long and distinguished career as a tree. That tree still stands. It is a mighty tree and one that is no doubt much photographed by visitors to The Selous Game Reserve in Southern Tanzania.
Claire discovers how safari, spice and beaches combine beautifully in Tanzania
Happy New Year and I hope you are well regardless of the wet weather in England. Selous is well, hot and getting dry at the moment but the game have been good
Greetings from very green Selous Game Reserve.
Serena Hotels Africa is this year’s winner in six categories at the World Travel Awards. The awards ceremony took place on October 16th at the Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi.
It’s been a while since we last heard from Jumbe , one of the rangers at Selous Serena Camp and Mivumo River Lodge, but there’s been plenty going on in the Selous in that time. The roads around Mivumo have ...
Meet Lewis and Margaret Small a retired couple from Wales, who just can’t seem to get enough of Kenya and Serena Hotels. They simply keep coming back.