Experience The Stunning Tarangire National Park While Staying At The Best Lodges And Camps
The Tarangire National Park, with its famed baobab trees, is located not too far away from the famed Lake Manyara National Park, the Ngorongoro conservation area and the Serengeti National Park. The Tarangire National Park in Northern Tanzania is a vast tract of land, measuring roughly 2,850 km² and featuring granitic ridges, river valleys, swamps, baobab and acacia trees, and fantastic wildlife and birdlife sightings year-round. The Tarangire is as beautiful and unique a safari experience as one can get in Africa.
As far as safari destinations go, the Tarangire is right up there with the best in Tanzania, if at all possible, a not to be missed national park.
The Tarangire National Park in Northern Tanzania is synonymous with huge elephant herds, zebra, wildebeest, cape buffalo and those famous tree-climbing lions. Additional wildlife in the Tarangire that one can expect to view and photograph includes; leopard, cheetah, African wild dog, Grant's gazelle, and olive baboon.
For those interesting in spotting and photographing birdlife, 550 recorded species of birds have been recorded in the Tarangire, making this one of the best locations for birders and wildlife photographers alike.
Tarangire safari activities in the park include morning and afternoon (or even full-day) game drives available at all of the below lodges. Guided walking safari excursions and night game drives are offered at only a few select safari lodges within the Tarangire National Park. An optional but highly recommended excursion is the hot air balloon safaris, a must-do highlight.
We have selected a portfolio of safari establishments in the Tarangire National Park that offer the utmost in experiences and luxury when on safari in the National Park; all luxury safari accommodations are of the highest standards, no matter the budget. Each of the below Tarangire safari establishments is ideally suited to any of the other Tanzania lodges in the Serengeti, Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro that we offer on Uyaphi.com.
Tarangire National Park is a vast tract of land in Northern Tanzania that is home to one of the highest elephant populations in the country, and large numbers of baobab trees is as beautiful and unique a location as one can get in Africa and is well worth the visit.
10 Best Lodges In The Tarangire National Park
Tarangire Safari Lodge
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At the heart of Tarangire Safari Lodge are the impressively high thatched roofs over looking some of the best views in the whole of Tanzania.
The lounge area at Tarangire Safari Lodge has oversized armchairs made from old Zanzibari dhow boats, which make a perfect place to relax in the evenings.
Tarangire Treetops Lodge
From US$ 835.00 pp
Astride the path of the Elephant Migration, Treetops sits alone in a private game reserve bordering the Tarangire National Park and the Maasai Steppe amid rolling, baobab-studded hills with views of Lake Manyara and the Rift Valley wall.
Game drives in the Tarangire can compete with the best in Africa; one will certainly not be disappointed by any stretch of the imagination.
Tarangire Sopa Lodge
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Tarangire Sopa Lodge is hidden among the kopjes and surrounded by ancient baobab trees, home of the greatest concentration of elephants in Africa, and other game, including the elusive leopard.
Over 400 bird species can be spotted here in the Tarangire on either morning, afternoon or full-day game drives.
Mbali Mbali Tarangire River Camp
From US$ 350.00 per person
Mbali Mbali Tarangire River Camp with 20 tented suites set within 25,000 hectares of the concession area; the camp is just 3.5 km from the main entrance to National Park, accommodation is in 20 luxury safari tents, which are en-suite with hot and cold running water.
Wildlife and birdlife spotted on game drives in the Tarangire is excellent, no matter the time of year.
Little Oliver's Camp
From US$ 740.00 pp
Little Olivers Camp, with just five tented suites in the heart of Tarangire National Park, offers up an intimate and personal experience for small groups or families.
Little Olivers is small enough for it to be called your own personal safari camp in the Tarangire.
From US$ 740.00 pp
Oliver's Camp is found in the remote southern corner of Tarangire National Park, offering guests just ten beautifully appointed tented safari suites, all within a spectacular location close to the wildlife-rich Silale Swamps and overlooking the Minyonyo Pools.
Oliver's Camp in the Tarangire is a World-class, intimate and personal camp.
Lake Burunge Tented Camp
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Lake Burunge Tented Camp is the perfect place to relax in comfort after a day of game drives in Tarangire National Park with views out over the lake and into the distance.
We invite you to be a privileged spectator from this Tarangire luxury camp on the shores of Lake Burunge.
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Kuro Tarangire, a thatch and tented camp is set amid a grove of Acacia and Kigelia trees right on the banks of the Tarangire River within the Tarangire National Park itself.
Kuro is for those that desire the African bushveld and all she offers far away from maddening crowds, this truly is a special place.
Sanctuary Swala Camp
From US$ 605.00 pp
Sanctuary Swala Camp is found in a remote corner of Tanzania's most exciting and least visited park, the Tarangire National Park. A truly stunning tented lodge with outstanding views and surrounding wildlife.
A luxury Tarangire safari camp that offers guests total seclusion surrounded by fantastic wildlife and a picturesque landscape complete with baobab and acacia trees.
Tarangire Simba Lodge
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Tarangire Simba Lodge located within Tanzania's amazing Tarangire National Park is an attractive option for those interested in experiencing all that this region has to offer.
Tarangire Simba Lodge is ideal for small groups, couples and families.
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