Tanzania is a country with many tourist attractions. Approximately 38 percent of Tanzania's land area is set aside in protected areas for conservation. There are 16 National Parks, 29 Game reserves, 40 controlled conservation areas (including the Ngorongoro Conservation Area) and Marine parks.

Tanzania's most well known wildlife attractions are located in the northern part of the country and include the Serengeti National Parkencompases the world famous Great Migrations of animals

IKONA Wildlife Migration Area is on the direct path of the Great Migration in which more 1 million wildebeests and 200,000 Zebras migrate in search of pastures and water. The migration has increased the number of tourism in WMA. 

As Tourism contributes about 38% of the gross income apart from Agriculture and Livestock. Has partnered with investors to create Hotels and Camps for tourist.

Together with our recently constructed camp at Fort Ikoma, IKONA has also several camps, lodges and hotes built and operated by investors including;

Thomson Safari

Considered to be Travel and leisure world's best safari outfitter and won the Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth in 2013. Thomson Safaris has been sending travelers to Tanzania for 35 years.Thomson safaris consider Tanzania the best safari destination in Africa.

Moivaro Lodges and Tented Camps

Robanda Tented Camp built and operated by Moivaro Lodges and Tented Camps is one of many. Set on the prime location right in the path of the Wildebeest Migration and just 3 kilometers east of Robanda Village

Singita Grumeti Reserves

One of the best travel and leisure hotels in the world has also invested in IKONA Wildlife Management Area. Faru Faru lodge, one of the Singita Grumeti Reserves hotelsis in the IKONA WMA.

Zara Tanzania Adventures

With over three decades experience on its belt, is among our proud investors. Generate revenue with its beautiful ZARA Serengeti Wild camp offering Game drive, Walking safari and many more.


Head Quarters: Mugumu, Serengeti District,

P.O Box 114,

Mara Region,



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