Asante Afrika Camp is an eco-friendly accommodation found at the entrance of the famous Mikumi National Park in Tanzania. The camp is outside the park along the buffer zone, overlooking the lush wilderness and wildlife roaming around the camp since it is not fenced. The best way to travel to Mikumi National Park from Arusha City is by flight, and from Dar es Salaam, it takes 5–6 hours to the closest airstrip and then a few minutes to be transferred to the camp. The camp is ideal for safari adventures for travelers and tourists interested in exploring and discovering Mikumi National Park and its surrounding areas.
Asante Afrika Camp consists of eight spacious and comfortable tents overlooking the endless view of the wilderness and surrounding landscape that reflect the African traditional building style with thatched roofs and modern comfort. Camping enthusiasts can also rent tents at campsites. Tents are well decorated and furnished with private en suite facilities with flushing toilets, bathrooms with hot and cold showers, mosquito nets, comfortable tropical wooden beds with clean bedding, free toiletries, complimentary bottled water, white pillows and sheets, slippers, and many more. The rooms have verandas, terraces, and large sitting areas with views of the wilderness and wildlife that roams around the camp because it is not completely fenced. There is a crackling fireplace where guests relax and share stories about the safari as they enjoy warmth during chilly nights. Rooms are divided into categories and have single beds for individuals, double/twin beds for sharing, and family rooming options.
Asante Africa Camp Mikumi offers more services and facilities, which include;
a restaurant in the main building that serves different meals, both international and African-inspired, that meet guests’ choices. Meals offered to include buffet breakfast, picnic lunch, and dinner, both indoor and outdoor, served by well-trained, friendly, and organized staff. The camp offers bush breakfasts while enjoying the morning sunrises and bush dinners while overlooking the stars in the sky.
A bar with a shared lounge that serves a wide range of drinks such as local cocktails, wines, spirits, and international beers. You relax and sip any drink of your choice while overlooking the stunning view of the wilderness, wildlife, and surrounding landscape.
Services include solar energy available; free parking spaces available; airport pick-ups and drop-offs; laundry and housekeeping services offered.
There is a WiFi Internet hotspot available at the camp that enables visitors to keep in touch with their families and friends.
Activities to do while at the lodge include game viewing in the park which will give you a chance to see more wildlife, Guided nature walks, birding/bird watching in the park, Visiting Kinole and Choma waterfalls, and many more activities
Mikumi National Park is one of the protected areas found in southern Tanzania. As the country’s fourth-largest country, it is the most accessible Tanzania safari destination from Dar es Salaam and not far from the Indian Ocean’s shores. The park is situated south of the famous Selous Game Reserve near Morogoro in Tanzania, covering a total area of 3,230 hectares squared between Uluguulu Mountain on the north-east side and the Rubeho and Udzungwa Mountains on the south-western side. The park provides habitat for different wildlife that includes elephants, giraffes, buffalo, Burchell’s zebras, sables, the largest antelope family, eland, Liechtenstein’s hartebeest, lions, and leopards, among others. The park is home to over 400 species of birds, including the African fish eagle, the Lilac-breasted eagle, the Bateleur eagle, the Jackson’s Francolin, sparrow hawks, goshawks, eagles, sunbirds, and plovers. The park has different categories of accommodations, including budget, mid-range, and luxury accommodations that are convenient and affordable to guests visiting the area. There are more different activities to do while in the park, which include game viewing since the park has a lot of wildlife, Cultural visits in the local village, hiking and climbing, bird watching and birding since the park has a lot of bird species, visiting waterfalls and caves, nature walks to the falls, and many more activities