Hamerkop House by Lemala
Hamerkop House by Lemala is a delightful 3 bedroom house situated on the private Kilimanjaro Golf & Wildlife Estate, halfway between Kilimanjaro International Airport and Arusha. A wonderful property to start or finish your safari and is perfect for couples, families or groups travelling together, as each room is ensuite, with a private deck, inside and outside shower area and a spacious lounge/library.
The House can be taken on private or exclusive use basis, and can be booked on bed and breakfast, half board, full board or all inclusive basis.
Hamerkop House has easy access to Tanzania’s only championship golf course and a private airstrip to fly to all of Northern Tanzania. Offering complimentary Wi-Fi and private chefs to produce everything from delicious breakfasts to refreshing lunches, afternoon teas and sundowner cocktails to be enjoyed around the swimming pool. Otherwise, you can simply take a small walk to the 16th hole, and enjoy spectacular sundowners with Mt Meru and Mt Kilimanjaro as your back drop.
Whether your looking for a short stay or extended, there is plenty to do ranging from early morning horse rides, to a round of golf on the spectacular 18-hole champion golfcourse. You can also relax at the Polo Club, take a tour of a fragrant coffee plantation in Arusha, or work up a sweat hiking and canoeing around Kilimanjaro and Lake Duluti.
For those that are flying out to the bush we enjoy access to a private airstrip, Dolly Airstrip, just 7 mins drive away which both Auric Air and Coastal provide scheduled flights to the Northern Circuit. It’s a great way to avoid the hustle and bustle of Arusha traffic, to simply step out of your accommodation and board your flight.
The staff offer a personal service to ensure you have a truly relaxed holiday, and can cater to any dietary requirements if notified in advance.
Booking Hamerkop House guarantees you that from start to finish, your guests will be exceptionally well looked after.
“Nothing but breathing the air of Africa, and actually walking through it, can communicate the indescribable sensations.”