Set above the Ruaha River in the lush mountains of southern Tanzania, Iringa is a picturesque stopover en route to Ruaha National Park. The town features German colonial buildings, a lively market, and a collection of fascinating historical sites. Roughly 20 kilometres southwest of the town is the Isimila archaeological site, where an array of Stone Age tools and relics have been uncovered. It serves as a gateway to the beautiful Ruaha National Park, Tanzania’s largest park. Visitors can enjoy a visit to the Boma Cultural Museum and the Neema Crafts Centre.

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Kisolanza Farm

Set in the crisp, cool altitude of Tanzania’s scenic Southern Highlands, Kisolanza Farm was originally planted with tobacco, it is a fully working farm with cattle, sheep and a range of crops. The Cape to Cairo road that weaves the length of Africa passes directly through the home, and The…

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Neema Crafts Guest House

The Neema Crafts Guest House has 10 en-suite rooms ranging from large family rooms with beautiful views over the surrounding hills, to smaller double and twin rooms. The guest house provides WI-FI connectivity on-site as well as at the Neema Cafe. Also featured at this establishment is the Neema Crafts…

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