Usually set amid a grove of Acacia and Kigelia trees on the banks of the Tarangire River, Kuro Tarangire is a comfortable, yet eco-friendly mobile safari camp in northern Tanzania.
Kuro Tarangire is an authentic roving camp that’s open from mid-June to November and moving at the end of each season and leaving only the lightest of footprints behind. Accommodations consist of six stylish safari tents. Each spacious tent comes with a comfortable bed and solar lights. The en suite bathrooms have bucket showers and eco-flush toilets to conserve precious water. The private verandas look out onto the bush and provide a perfect spot to relax and take in the serenity and beauties of the land. The family tent has two en-suite bedrooms and an adjoining sitting area.
The safari camp is located in Tarangire, the sixth largest national park in Tanzania occupying 1,096 square miles southwest of Arusha. The park is famous for its huge number of elephants, baobab trees, tree climbing lions, resident zebra, and wildebeest. Plus, the park is a bird-watchers heaven with over 550 species. The swamps are concentrated with the largest selection of breeding birds anywhere in the world and great place to see the yellow-collared lovebirds. A place of widely diverse landscape and vegetation, it encompasses hills dotted with baobabs, dense bush, and high grasses. This varied landscape is also famous for the termite mounds that dot the landscape.