New Sky Safari Links Four Properties By Plane
Elewana Afrika, a group of luxury camps and lodges in Northern Tanzania, has announced a new way to see all of their four properties during one seven-night adventure. The Sky Safari package uses a private nine-seat luxury Cessna aircraft to fly guests between the properties. The package includes the flights, all accommodations, all meals, all drinks, game drives, bush walks, excursions, private airport transfers and laundry.
Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tarangire Treetops Lodge, The Manor at Ngorongoro and Serengeti Migration Camp are small camps that exist in harmony with their environment: in a coffee plantation in Arusha, adjacent to the Ngorongoro Crater within the 1,500 acre Shangri-La estate, close to the baobab and marula trees of Tarangire and alongside the Grumeti River in Serengeti.
Arusha Coffee Lodge, set on the edge of the town of Arusha, is a boutique style lodge with 30 plantation-style villas. Tarangire Treetops is located within the 85,000-acre Lolkisale Conservation Area, a private reserve bordering Tarangire National Park and guests stay in 20 comfortably furnished tree houses putting them in close proximity to other tree residents, such as owls and bush babies. The Manor at Ngorongoro has 20 cottages with open fireplaces and the main building features fireplace lounges, formal dining room, dining conservatory, bar, private wine cellar, library, home theatre, snooker room, massage room and horse stables. Serengeti Migration Camp has 20 tents overlooking the Grumeti River. Both Tarangire Treetops and Serengeti Migration Camp offer dining in the bush when weather permits. Rack rates for the full-inclusive Elewana Sky Safari start at $6,000 per person.