Kuro Tarangire is centrally located in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park.
Kuro Tarangire: Our full report
Brand new for 2014, Kuro Tarangire is a tented camp in the centre of Tarangire National Park near the banks of the Tarangire River. This beautiful park is well known for its huge herds of elephant which are drawn to the water in the dry season. Here you can see game such as gerenuk which is rare elsewhere in northern Tanzania.
Sister camp to Lamai Serengeti and Serengeti Safari Camp, we've yet to visit this new camp, but here is what we know about it:
Kuro Tarangire will have six tents, each with verandahs and en-suite bucket showers.
The main areas will consist of an open-sided thatched lounge and dining area.
A highlight of Kuro Tarangire will be the walking which they can offer as well as the usual game-drives.
Kuro Tarangire will be open between June and November when wildlife in Tarangire is at its best.
Our viewKuro Tarangire looks set to be an excellent addition to this beautiful park. Ask us for the latest on this new camp.
Ideal length of stay: Stay here for 2-3 nights to make the most of the area.
Directions: You can either take the 2-3 hour drive from Arusha to get here, or you can fly to Kuro airstrip, which is about 15 minutes drive from the camp.
Accessible by: Fly-and-Transfer
Food & drink
Usual board basis: Full Board
Food quality: If Kuro Tarangire is anything like its sister camps, we're sure the food here will be of a very high standard.
Dining style: Group Meals
Dining locations: Indoor and Outdoor Dining
Cost of meal e.g. lunch: Included
Property’s age restrictions: The camp only accepts children aged 8 and over.
Notes: Only children aged 12 and over are allowed on walking safaris.
Health & safety
Malarial protection recommended: Yes
Dangerous animals: High Risk