Lodges and Tented Camps in Tarangire

Lake Burunge Tented Camp
Lake Burunge Tented Camp is located about 30 minutes from Tarangire National Park Gate. 20 tents offer a wonderul view over Lake Burunge. You can do a guided walk to the shores of the lake. This takes about 1 hour.
Read more: www.tanganyikawildernesscamps.com
Lake Burunge Tented Camp Lake Burunge Tented Camp
Maramboi Tented Camp
Maramboi Tented Camp is located between Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Park, exactly in the corridor, where the animals are migrating between the parks. In total there are 20 tents available. It is perfect to watch birds and enjoy the view over Lake Manyara.Read more: www.tanganyikawildernesscamps.com
Tarangire Sopa Lodge
Tarangire Sopa Lodge is located inside the park. You can take the chance to use the last sunlight in the park before you come to the lodge. The lodge itself has spacious rooms and a nice pool to relax after the game drives.
Read more: www.sopalodges.com
Tarangire Safari Lodge
Tarangire Safari Lodge is also located inside the park and offers a breathtaking view over the Tarangire River. You can watch the animals in their natural environment and sometimes in the night an elephant is passing by.
Read more: www.tarangiresafarilodge.com
 Tarangire Safari Lodge Tarangire Safari Lodge
Oliver’s Camp Camp
Oliver’s Camp is located in the South of Tarangire. Those who seek privacy and no disturbance are here in the right spot. Special activities at Oliver’s Camp are walking and fly camping safaris.
Read more: www.asiliaafrica.com
Sanctuary Swala Camp
Sanctuary Swala Camp was built at an untouched place in Tarangire. Twelve luxurious and exclusive tents offer accommodation in high quality standard. Breakfast and dinner in the bush or bush picnics can be arranged on request.
Read more: www.sanctuaryretreats.com
Tarangire Tree Tops
Tarangire Tree Tops is located a bit outside of the park. In front of the restaurant you can watch a waterhole, where elephants and zebras are coming to get water. The tents are built high into the baobab trees, from where you can have a great view into Tarangire Park.
Read more: www.elewana.com

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