- Lodge type; Small Safari Lodge
- Location; Tarangire National Park
- Lodge size; 6 Tented Suites
- Recommended stay; 2-5 nights
- Game drives
- Night drives
- Guided Walking safaris
- 550 species of birds
- Sundowners and bush picnics
- Year-round viewing of big cats
Tarangire National Park has long been a special place for those who have traveled here and it is here in a little slice of paradise that one comes across an amazing little lodge simply known as "Kuro Tarangire".
The camp is a throw away from the Tarangire River along which much wildlife moves day in and day out. It is here that one encounters some of the best wildlife sightings in the whole of the National Park. But on saying that Kuro is not far at all from the other major attractions within the park including the Silale Swamp and other similar gems.
The camp was created with a "as light a footprint" as possible so as to keep the surrounds as natural as possible.
Possible one of the most amazing aspects of this camp is that it is possible for guests walk straight out of camp and into wild Africa (with a guide of course :) ) all the while feeling like you are the only people in the whole of the Park.
Kuro Tarangire can not come more highly recommended for those who want and demand the true African wildlife experience.
Six stylish safari tents complete with comfortable beds, en-suite bucket shower and flushing eco-toilet are on offer to guests.All the tented rooms rest amongst the trees with views over the African bush teaming with birdlife.
The family tent has two en-suite bedrooms and an adjoining sitting area, ideal for families of 4 or even 5.
Guests gather together under the cool grass thatch of the open-sided lounge and dining area which is furnished with hides and canvas and set amongst the trees with views over the African bush for meals. Whether it be breakfast, lunch or dinner one can expect home cooked meals that are wholesome and delicious.
Relax after a hard day in Africa with a Gin and Tonic, beer or glass of wine and listen to the bushveld sounds as night falls. The stars here are particulary awesome when.
Wake in the cool of the early morning and walk straight out of camp to discover evidence of the night's activities along the course of the Tarangire River with a highly trained guide.
Later in the day climb into open safari vehicles and head out with the anticipation of discovery on your game drive within the Tarangire National Park.
Whether on a game walk or drive one is always aware of the over 550 species of birds that are fluttering around.
The park is second only to the Serengeti in its concentration of wildlife and is well known for big herds of buffalo and elephant. Be on the look out for prides of lazy lion sprawled in the shade of acacia scrub.
One aspect of Kuro is that one does not have to go far to encounter the wildlife and birdlife that call Tarangire home.
Kuro Tarangire is delighted to accept children over the age of 8 yrs, but only children over 12 yrs will be allowed to take part in walking safaris (for safety reasons).
Rates on Request
Rates form part of Tanzania Safari itinerary
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollar
*Rates may vary according to season