Tarangire National Park, named after its life giving Tarangire River, is famous for fostering one of the largest concentration of Elephants in Tanzania who live and co-exist with other wildlife in their natural habitat. The Park is also famous for its abundance of Boabab trees.
Indulge in lavish luxury at the Tarangire Kuro Treetops Lodge, which is nestled deep within the heart of the National Park. The Lodge is strategically located atop an elevated Kopje hill, overlooking the Tarangire River and the Silale valley leading to the Silale swamp in the west – which is famous for being visited by different wildlife throughout the year due to the availability of water.
This uniquely designed Lodge consists of 25 luxury tents perched along the Baobab tree line. Each tent is designed with luxury beddings, en-suite bathroom with an indoor and outdoor shower and a private veranda with the perfect vantage point. The room is designed to offer an optimum 180-degree view allowing Guests to connect with the ever present wildlife from the privacy and comfort of their rooms.
The main pavilion is built within the Kopje Rocks, consisting of several comfortable lounges, viewing decks, a fireplace, swimming pool, an open dining concept at the Maasai Boma where Guests can enjoy dinner under a large canvas of brightly lit stars on a clear night surrounded by sounds of the bush as if a wild calling of welcome.
Thinking “Green”, this eco-conscious camp runs on 24-hour solar power making it possible to enjoy the finer things while minimizing environmental impact.
Amidst an atmosphere that is relaxed and unpretentious, the attention to detail is outstanding. From the exceptional views from every room and all the creature comforts, to the matchless service and crystal night skies – it’s all about living in the here and now, absorbing each memorable moment against a backdrop many only ever dream about.