There aren't a lot of choices for places to stay when you're visiting the Hadzapi and Dagota tribes in Tanzania and Tindiga Tented Lodge near Karatu Tanzania is one of them.
This is an agricultural area so I can't imagine complaining about that anyway - you're in a tent.
Noise will always be an issue. We had a nice peaceful sleep while we were there.
The food was fine. The staff were friendly.
The staff were generous and incredibly helpful.
The place was quiet and serene. The 'blue-balled' monkeys were amusing and precious.
It's small, so you get looked after well. I met some very interesting travellers in the evening over drinks near the dining tent- just pull up a chair and join the group.
Take a little walk if you can near the tent. You'll get a sense of what rural Tanzania is really like- untouched, simple, slow...
Hunting with the bushmen and seeing Lake Eyasi were great too, but the gentle hour spent sitting outside the tent with my diary was the highpoint of this stay and pure bliss.
They did a great job given how remote it is, and there is no electricity in the tents or the main area! The tents were spacious and comfortable with the nice place to lay out the front of the tent to read a book.