Tanzania Greystoke Safari CampTanzania Greystoke Safari Camp


Tanzania-Official-Language      The de jure official language of Tanzania is Swahili. However, English serves as the language of higher courts and is considered as the de facto language of Tanzania. De jure is a Latin expression which means "concerning law" and de facto means "concerning fact". Tanzania is one of the few African nations in which the local language has gained favor as the official language versus English. However, as far as international travelers are concerned, they can still converse in English with much of the local crowd and those in the tourism industry in Tanzania. More..


Tanzania Greystoke Safari Camp


The Greystoke Safari Camp is located in the exotic location of Mahale Mountains in Tanzania. The soaring mountains, 8000 feet over Lake Tanganyika form the beautiful backdrop and the visitors to the camp are often enthralled by the picture postcard tropical forests, the placid cool waters of beautiful lake and the diverse ecosystems of the region, unparalleled in the world. Though the region is home to many exotic species of flora and fauna, it is best known as one of the largest reserves of wild chimpanzees in the world. The accommodation in the Greystroke Safari camp is arranged in 6 luxury tents.

The slopes of Mount Mahale are often compared to the gardens of Eden by the local population as well as visitors from around the world. Located many miles away from any modern civilization, the Greystoke Safari Camp is a paradise for honeymooners and backpackers alike. The beautiful walking trails of Mount Mahale give you a glimpse of the rich wildlife that Mother Nature has endowed the region with. The guides at the Greystoke Safari Camp are knowledgeable about the area and will take to spots which offer the best views of the local wildlife. Other activities include fishing and kayaking in the clear and cool waters of Lake Tanganyika.

The Greystoke Safari Camp has six tents constructed in the traditional architecture of the region with wooden bandas. Each banda overlooks the beautiful Lake Tanganyika and has interiors done in the local dhow timbers. They are also furnished with modern amenities like flush toilets and running water showers and the open fronted dressing room is a charmer. You can take your meals in the main dining room which is lit up with traditional torches and has a well stocked library. Alternately, you can have romantic meals with intimate setups in the beautiful beaches of the Lake Taganyika.

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