Take in the diverse historic architecture of the Bund, where grand Neoclassical-, Baroque-, Romanesque- and Art Deco–style mansions were built beside the Huangpu River at the end of the 19th century.
Dine like a local at Xin Jishi, where you can sample the best hong shao rou (braised pork in soy sauce) in the city, or try the world class cuisine at Shang-Xi at the Hotel.
Discover the history of the Serengeti at Olduvai Gorge, the site where world-renowned fossil hunters Louis and Mary Leakey discovered some of the oldest human fossil remains known.
Visit Arusha’s Maasai Market and Cultural Heritage Centre to find items such as handmade jewelry crafted from beads and semi-precious stones.
Embark on a day trip to Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and one of the largest unbroken and unflooded calderas in the world.
Fun abounds for families at the Lodge with an infinity pool overlooking wading elephants, and the Kijana Klub, which provides insight into Maasai culture and the history of the Serengeti through crafts and instruction.