Dear friend of Tanzania!
Your stay in Tanzania and particularly in Mwanza region means being in widely untouched scenery, meeting people from different cultures and having the opportunity of visiting several outstanding national parks in the nearby.
NB: Long-term place to stay for resident tenants non-tourists only!
So, if you are planning for your holidays in Tanzania, it is advised to reserve a few days to stay in Mwanza in order to experience all this, whereby you can stay in one of our Self Catering Apartments. Our rental apartments are located in Nyakato area in the city centre of Mwanza near Lake Victoria and only two hours drive from the famous Serengeti National Park the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Tanzania.
Similarly, if you were intending to do your internship, research or any other specialized training program for few days or for few months in Mwanza, it would also be convenient for you to stay in one of our private accommodation.
In brief, for an alternative to expensive hotels or B&Bs, Nyakato Private Apartments offers self-catering apartments centrally located with easy access to public transport services. Only about 400m or 5 minutes casual walk to Nyakato Bus Station and Buzuruga Taxi Stand. Also very close to convenience stores.
Whether you need just a few weeks' accommodation or a few months, we can provide you with a self-catering accommodation to make your stay pleasant, comfortable and affordable.
Some links to our facilities in airbnb platform:
4) Self contained Apartment in Nyakato Mwanza, Giraffe
3) A 2BR self contained Apartment in Mwanza- Elephant
2) Nyakato Apartment - Leopard
1) Nyakato Private Apartment - Lion
Swahili breakfast (Black tee, spiced tee or coffee) with Vitumbua/Maandazi/Chapatti plus fruits such as Papaya, Orange, Mango, Pineapple
Furthermore, we are also promoting cultural tourism by connecting you to local tour agents and local villagers. While we support the village communities to introduce themselves with their own ideas and initiatives in a sustainable way, our guests receive the unique opportunity of meeting and talking with the population to get a genuine view of the daily life of Tanzanians in the rural areas.