Kisampa Bush Retreat

Address: Matipwili Village, Saadani National Park, Tanzania | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Matipwili Village, Saadani National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Saadani National Park

    Historic town

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Nov 14, 2014

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    All fitted again and so after lunch we set off. First stop was the supermarket again and then
    we headed to the town of Bagamoyo. Here we eventually found the
    campsite after squeezing down the small streets of the old town.
    Parked up by the beach in a ...

    Arusha to near Dar

    A travel blog entry by jbknorris on Mar 20, 2014

    A very long driving day. With the sides down on the truck and lots of talking, watching and waving to locals, it actually passes too quickly. Lots of police checkpoints along the way, many requesting money for fake reasons. Our guide has a good way of dealing with this, he said he normally sets up camp in front of the barrier until traffic builds up behind! Arrived at our camp and all went for showers... no water. Guess the bar will have to ...


    A travel blog entry by tracey-david on Jul 07, 2013

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    Another day of travel, this time by jeep from Dar to Kisampa, the camp we will stay at while we are working at Matipwili. Now it feels as though we are in Africa. Small businesses line the road out of town and many, many people. It's dusty, at least partly caused by roadworks. The businesses are being run out of small, makeshift buildings - concrete is a major building material in the city area, as is corrugated ...

    Coasting along TZ's coast

    A travel blog entry by ashah_008 on Nov 15, 2012

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    Drove to Dar via Bagamoyo (lay down your heart), famous for dhow building and 13th and 15th century Kaole ruins. The Arabic ruins were quite interesting with ruins of mosques, tombstones and other buildings. A lot of the original buildings are still underground awaiting ...


    A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano on Oct 10, 2012

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    We left Peponi to make our way south. We crossed the river with the ferry (first one in a while) at Pangani. We would travel about 260km to Bagamoyo. One option would be to go through Sadaani Park but we opted to go past it as it was expensive and we were all a bit "parked out".

    The road was bad and wet after some rain. We joined the tar road before Wami bridge not too far from Bagamoyo.

    Bagamoyo is somewhat of a surprise. The old ...