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Hatari Lodge is a legendary handmade bush hotel which use to be part of the setting for the famed Howard Hawks film 'Hatari'! featuring John Wayne, Hardy Krüger etc... Hatari Lodge is located in protected woodlands on the edge of a clearing called Momella meadow with views on Kilimanjaro. The area surrounding the lodge is adjacent to the vast and beautiful Arusha National Park in Tanzania.
All reviews main building great place mt meru nice location enjoyed our stay hot water bottles john wayne giraffes walking excellent food colobus monkeys only complaint hatari park fireplace management lodge arusha
Wonderful place to chill out after spending some time on safari. Comfortable lodge with just a few spacious rooms, delicous food and last but not least great management and staff to make your stay memorable. Definitely something I can recommend!!!!
We stayed here at the very beginning of our trip. Nice start to the safari, with buffalos and giraffes walking in the grounds of the hotel. Great outdoor fireplace where you can enjoy a good cocktail and enjoy the view of Mount Kilimanjaro in the...More
Very cool setting, great views from the sundowner terrace. Main building and rooms are not the typical lodge style, but very special.
Extremely helpful and friendly team and management. Especially deputy manager Eric was very supportive when we had problems with our rental car.
We stayed for two nights, in the little houses (2 rooms share a wall and you hear your neighbors well, when in the bathrooms), they had everything your needed and we got hot-water bottles in the evenings. The food was good, small portions for some...More
My stay at the Hatari Lodge was INCREDIBLE! I have never been to a East Africa, so I relied on the Hatari Lodge to provide me with everything that I needed for my journey. Instead of going through a tour operator, I decided to go...More