The food depends on what kind of hotels and lodges you stay in, it can either be a 4 star or a 3 star quality. There are various lodges or tented camps that provide best food or meals.
We try to find the lodge with the best food in each category, budget or moderate, normally Kilimanjaro Brothers clients are quite content with the meals that they are served.
We are sure most will not loose weight on a Tanzania safari, unless you jog along all the wildlife game tracks in the various parks that you visit.
Many lodges grow some of their own vegetables and even fruits to serve their clients, and most vegetables and fruit served to you, will be organically grown, because farmers specialize growing organic vegetable, since fertilizers simply costly, and you benefit from fresh produce.
The best food is normally found at Tanzania safari lodges and camping luxury lodges, yet there are some moderate lodges that offer great food, budget lodges are a mishmash of hit and misses and yet often some great local fare is served. There will be familiar dishes but in most instances the food is prepared with a delightful Tanzania Twist.
In most shoe-string, budget lodges you will have some kind of juice, such as passion fruit if any, bread or toast, Blue Band Margarine (Margarine), 2 fried or boiled eggs, Tea, Instant Coffee, powdered milk, a banana, sliced pineapple, or slice of a watermelon.
You will have more sumptuous breakfast at moderately priced lodges. Bacon will be absent, but often there are sausages. Some moderately priced lodges charge extra for sausages.
Food on Tanzania Safari with Kilimanjaro Brothers will be most enjoyable for the amazing and incredible foods with more taste.
Most of the time you will eat in your lodge or camp, which will be of good standard. It’s always better to advise us prior to travel if you have any specific requests, as lodges do need to bring in food especially per your request.
Best Meals are included in our Tanzania safari packages, offered in a continental style and buffer styles in lodges.
The most common stews are beef, chicken, goat and beans cuisine tends to be a bit spicier than other Tanzanian food, If you would like to eat local foods, it’s better to seek advice of your guide before, but it can be a great experience and one you shouldn’t miss.