Immense baobabs, acacias and mixed woodland punctuate the plains, whilst the Tarangire River and shrinking lagoons attract a variety of wildlife including wildebeest, zebras, elephants, elands and oryx. The park also boasts a rich birdlife, including a variety of raptors.
Tarangire Treetops sits alone in the private game reserve bordering Tarangire National Park and the Masai Steppe amid rolling, baobab-studded hills, with views to Lake Manyara and the Rift Valley wall.
Little Chem Chem, the sister property of Chem Chem Lodge, is situated on the edge of an acacia forest. The camp is surrounded by the characteristic landscape of the Tarangire River with its impressive baobab trees and overlooks the freshwater lake, L...
Sited in a copse of majestic acacia trees at the edge of the Gurusi wetlands and the unfurling savannah beyond.
Hidden among the kopjes, lies Tarangire Sopa Lodge, surrounded by
ancient baobab trees. Tarangire is home to the greatest concentration of
elephants in Africa, and other game including the elusive leopard.
Tarangire River Camp set within 25,000 hectares of concession area, just a stone's throw from the Tarangire River, offers tents which are tastefully furnished with all the comforts you will need whilst on safari.
Oliver's Camp has one of the most wonderful settings one could imagine and offers an unparalleled bush experience.
This small, intimate lodge, on the shores of Lake Burunge really is a dream destination which will live in your memories for a very long time.
Maramboi Tented Camp is in an ideal place from where to experience and explore the Tarangire and Manyara ecosystem.