Burudika Lodge consists of six bandas, each one with a private veranda. Banda is the Swahili word for a single standing house (Chalet or bungalow).
The stylish bandas are constructed using local building materials to reflect Tanzanian creation and skills. The roofs are thatched with coconut leaves while the walls are made of concrete and are decorated with volcanic stones. The beds are made of wood interwoven with sisal ropes in a unique Tanzanian style.
From your private veranda you’re overlooking Lake Manyara and the Great East Rift Valley escarpment. It offers sighting of plains game (wildebeest, gazelles, zebra, …) and an abundance of bird species.
The restaurant is nested under a majestic Baobab tree and offers a tempting range of international and local inspiring meals made of the finest ingredients.
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