About Lake Duluti Lodge
Just a 10-minute easy drive out of Arusha town lies a mysterious yet spiritual and very scenic crater lake named Duluti by the local Meru people. On its shores stands another stunning reason to visit Arusha, Lake Duluti Lodge. Named after the Crater Lake it straddles, Lake Duluti Lodge is the finest countryside retreat that has perfectly incorporated the authentic African rural life setting with the amenities and services rivalling the best lodges in Africa.
Boasting idyllic scenery, a mild climate, stunning architecture and design, Lake Duluti Lodge offers both a retreat in one of Tanzania’s most famous landscapes as well as a cultural education in a region that is home to a strong cultural heritage. The activities offered, cuisine served and the excellent service delivered at the lodge will make your stay an unforgettable one. Discover Tanzania’s world-famous warm hospitality and luxury at Lake Duluti Lodge.
Consisting of only 19 beautifully designed African kibandas or chalets, Lake Duluti Lodge offers a peaceful, calm and rejuvenating atmosphere in which to create an endless bundle of new memories. Good things really do come in small packages.
Safari: We offers a great experience to the Nothern circuit covering Tarangire,Manyara,serengeti National Parks as well as Ngorongoro Conservation.Let us know of your plans right in advance for proper preparations.Visit http://www.tanzaniaparks.go.tz/
Spa: AT OUR RELAXING LANTANA SPA we offer excelent THERAPUTIC MASSAGE such as Swedish massage,Deep tissue massage,Back Neck shoulder massage,Stress Reliever massage,Reflexology.FACIAL TREATMENTS ,BODY SCRUBS,HAND AND FOOT TREATMENTS
Romantic: The environments are friends and romantic with birds sound calling you around.Very cozy for those who wish to experience such environments and in your beautiful en-suite chalet.within 30 acres of coffee farm with tall trees and green vegetation.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling