A Wealth of Activities
Siringit Villa is located in the surrounds of the Kilimanjaro Golf and Wildlife Estate. Whether you are a nature lover, sports enthusiast, culture buff or dolce far niente aficionado, you are sure to find an activity that will make your heart beat slightly faster. Browse through all the possibilities and count on us to help you organize an unforgettable experience.
Play a round of Golf with Impala
Kiligolf is one of the most beautiful courses in the world, designed by David Jones, it overlooks Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro. A round of Golf on Kiligolf is an unforgettable and challenging journey through lush green meandering fairways, around streams and ponds, whilst skilfully avoiding Impala and Gazelle grazing on the greens.
Forest bathing in Arusha National Park
Arusha National Park is about an hours drive from Siringit Villa. Day safaris into Arusha National Park will allow you to experience the beauty of mountain wilderness, soda lakes and wildlife. The mountain forests are alive with the unfamiliar sound of the Colobus Monkeys and mountain birds.
There is also the option to make it a self-drive day trip in a classic Land Rover as if it where 60 years ago!
Kilimanjaro is 83km from Sirinigit Villa and is perfectly located to be your first few nights in comfort as you acclimatize before climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. There are seven established routes on Kilimanjaro. The more remote the route the better your journey and experience during the climb.
For those wishing to take a walk outside the estate to connect deeper with the soul of Tanzania, we can arrange a short village walk or bike ride through the surrounding farmland and community.
Bike adventures can take you further afield into Arusha or to Arusha National Park. We believe the closer you are to the ground when you can smell, touch and explore with intention and purpose, the more connected you will feel to Tanzania during your travels.
Play with Kings
The Nduruma Polo Club is about ten minutes from the Siringit Villa. Polo originally was a game of Kings, first played by the Persian Kings as a cavalry training exercise. It has since been adopted worldwide to become an entertaining team sport. The Nduruma Polo and Country Club is set in the middle of an open field with a spectacular backdrop of Mount Meru. Polo is played three times per week and a game can be enjoyed from the comfort of the clubhouse.
... or Go the Old Way
Go explore Tanzania, as if it where 60 years ago, with these self-drive itineraries in your own vintage Land Rover. Choose between a 7 day/6 night Self-drive Safari or a Day trip to Arusha National Park.