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Asante Afrika Camps and Lodges is uniquely located, we are the only camp at the entrance of the Mikumi National Park border, a paradisiacal retreat for your next holidays in Tanzania. Capacity for 20 guest in 8 rooms perfectly integrated into the surrounding nature; ample space for camping with toilets and showers in the countryside and contact live with the wildlife of the park.

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.

Available Rooms

$1.00 / night

Single Occupancy

Max Guests: 1 persons
Single Room with Terrace
$1.00 / night

Double Occupancy

Max Guests: 3 persons
Deluxe Double or Twin room with river view

Available Dates

Requires a minimum stay of 2 nights

What activities can I do in and around Asante Afrika Camp Mikumi?

The region’s activities and attractions include Udzungwa hikes, waterfalls, flora and fauna, as well as wild game. The lodge is set up as an idyllic, romantic weekend escape and a magnificent family vacation getaway. With 40 en suite rooms, the lodge has been carefully constructed to cause minimal impact on the surrounding Udzungwa forest, which acts as a catchment area for water that is used domestically in the village and for irrigation in the sugarcane plantations.

What is the nearest National Park near Asante Afrika Camp Mikumi?

Mikumi National Park:

Udzungwa Mountains National Park is one of Tanzania’s most outstanding, pristine, paradise and unique exciting wilderness mountains forested with greatest altitudinal range of forest. It is one of thirty-four “World Biodiversity Hotspot” and one of 200 WWF Ecoregion of global critical importance.

This lodge  is just 55kms from Mikumi National Park. 

Because of its accessibility Mikumi is one of the most popular National Park in Tanzania .

It is about 300km to the West of Dar es salaam along the Dar-Mbeya highway

The park is also decorated by its superbly scenic plains and baobabs and it is home to various wild animals and birds species.

The park is endowed with spectacular concentration of wildlife which are rarely seen in other parks like magnificent Sable antelope, African hunting dog, blue wildebeest, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest and others.

The gentle foothills and vast miombo woodland savanna in the southern parts of the park are quite spectacular.

Why visit Mikumi National Park?
  • Mikumi houses diverse wildlife, including elephants, lions, wildebeest, hippos, and many more.
  • The park’s landscape is breathtaking, with rolling hills, savannah plains, and stunning waterfalls.
  • It’s a photographer’s paradise, and visitors can take in the views while hiking, biking, or driving through the park.
  • It’s also less crowded than other national parks, so you can enjoy a more peaceful safari experience.
  • Mikumi is one of the more affordable national parks in Tanzania, making it a more budget-friendly option.
Best Time to visit Mikumi National Park
The best time to see Mikumi National Park is during the dry season, from June to October.
The dry season is also an excellent time for game drives because navigating the park is easier.
Moreover, the weather during this time is generally sunny and warm, with fewer chances of rainfall.
During this time, the vegetation is less thick, and wildlife is easier to spot as they gather around water sources.
Getting to Mikumi National Park

By Road

Mikumi National Park can be reached by road from Dar es Salaam. The journey from Dar es Salaam takes around 280km/5 hours drive.

By Air

Daily scheduled flights to Mikumi National Park from Dar es Salaam with Auric Air and Coastal Aviation; flying time is 1.5 hours from Dar es Salaam.

Attractions in mikumi national park


Nicknamed as little Serengeti national park is Mikumi national park, its rich with a wide range of wildlife. The park hosts large number of the big game that covers four members of African bi five only missing Rhinos. Mikumi is a home of large herds of Elephants, Buffaloes, Zebras, wildebeest, hyenas, Leopards, Lions, Sable Antelopes, Great Kudu, and many more. The chances of seeing tree climbing lions in Mikumi national park are higher than in the famous tree climbing lions home that is Lake Manyara national park.

Bird Species

.Birds is one of the key Attractions in Mikumi national park, the park has over 400 bird species with both permanent habitats and migratory birds. This large number of birds has made the park one of the birding destinations in the Southern part of Tanzania. The long lists of birds can be achieved with patient Mikumi national park safaris that last beyond 3 days. However much the size of the park is not all that very big but the diversity of the ecosystem and the vegetation has attracted different bird species. The most sighted birds are: Black billied bustard, Secretary bird, Guinea fowl, Ox peckers, Bateleur eagles, cattle egret.


Mikumi national park is situated in the middle of mountains hence making mountains some of the key Attractions in Mikumi national park. The scenic views of the mountains that have unique formation system attracts more guests especially writers, photographers and researchers to the park. The most common and famous mountains are Uluguru mountains that every guests wants to try to hike during their safari to Mikumi national park. Other mountains around the park include: Udzugwa Mountains, Malundwe Mountains which is the largest and the highest mountain. Its found in the center of the national park connecting Uluguru mountains with Udzungwa mountains and Uvidunda.  Malundwe Mountains is consist of three peaks with the highest peak found on the Southern part reaching up to 1290 meters.

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Interesting and simple!
The staff is very nice and helpfully!
The rooms are ok, but miss some details like better lights, broked toilet seats!
But it is interesting!

Close to the national park and close to the road!

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