Lodges & safari camps in Tarangire National Park
In the quiet south-east of Tarangire National Park, beside Silale and Lormakau marshes, Oliver's Camp is a lovely tented camp ...More about Oliver's Camp
We loved this camp and really enjoyed our time there. The food and service were excellent, everyone so friendly and helpful. In particular the walking safari should be ... reviews...
If you want to experience true wilderness in Tarangire National Park, then head out to Oliver's Fly-Camp. This is set up just ...More about Oliver's Fly-Camp
Even though this was very simple camping it still put my normal personal camping methods to shame! Small tent but very comfy bed, excellent food around the campfire, very ... reviews...
Tarangire Safari Lodge
Tarangire Safari Lodge is a substantial lodge situated 10km inside the main gate of Tarangire National Park, close to the park's ...More about Tarangire Safari
Mangustes and impalas around out tent. Tents on top of cliffs facing river with elephants and zebras and girafffes in the mornings. reviews...
On the edge of the Gursi Swamp, in the far south-west of Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park, Swala Camp sits in a quiet area, ...More about Swala Camp
Chris and Mina were excellent hosts. Attentive and welcoming ....working very hard to create an excellent lodge, The food was superb and all the staff very helpful. The ... reviews...
Tarangire Sopa Lodge
Situated in a wooded valley in the north eastern corner of the Tarangire National Park, the 75-roomed family friendly Tarangire ...More about Tarangire Sopa Lodge
The accommodation was a tired and dated. For example door mats worn out and carpets a bit past their best.. Though they seemed to have started renovating some of the rooms... reviews...
Kirurumu Tarangire Lodge
Kirurumu Tarangire Lodge – previously known as Tamarind Camp – is a simple and comfortable tented camp located just outside the ...More about Kirurumu Tarangire
We were at Kirurumu Tarangire Under Canvas for 2 nights, one of which was Christmas eve which they made special and the food served that evening was fantastic. Travelling ... reviews...
Little Oliver's Camp
Opened June 2013, Little Oliver’s Camp is Tarangire’s newest addition, located at the southern end of the national park. We ...More about Little Oliver's
Although we expected, according to our itinerary, to stay at Oliver's camp we were taken instead to Little Oliver's. We did query this with the camp manager but she ... reviews...
One hour's drive north-east of Tarangire National Park's eastern boundary, Tarangire Treetops is located on Masaai land in the ...More about Tarangire Treetops
The Location of Treetops is good on the edge of the Park, however the road into the Treetops is the worst road in all of Tanzania that we used. Took over 1 hour to travel ... reviews...
Chem Chem, meaning 'spring' in Swahili, was opened in June 2011 by Swiss/French couple Fabia Bausch and Nicolas Negre. Fabia has a business background; Nicolas was formerly a professional hunter in the Selous. A luxury tented lodge, it's set in its own 40km² concession with beautiful views of ...More about Chem Chem
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 ...More about Kuro Tarangire
Mawe Ninga Tented Camp
In the west of Tarangire National Park, Mawe Ninga Tented Camp has an impressive position on a high kopje, overlooking the soda lake of Lake Burungi, with Lake Manyara in the far distance. The best vista is across the small central bridge to the dramatic campfire, sited on the edge of a large rounded ...More about Mawe Ninga Camp