Perched atop a huge granite kopje overlooking Tarangire National Park, Maweninga Camp offers comfy lodgings and spectacular views.
Accommodations at the camp consist of sixteen tents built on wooden terraces overlooking the savannah floor. Each spacious canvas tent has single, double, and triple beds available. There is a dressing room alcove and an en suite bathroom including a vanity sink, flush toilets, and solar-powered showers with hot water available twenty-four hours a day. The tent’s best feature is its open-terrace fitted with safari chairs, a small table, and unparalleled views of the savannah.
The camp is located in game-rich Tarangire National Park. Best known for its impressive elephant population, Tarangire is home to large herds totaling nearly 2,500 individuals. The sixth largest national park in Tanzania, it occupies 1,096 square miles. The park is also famous for its huge number of baobab trees, tree climbing lions, resident zebra, and wildebeest. It is also home to the lesser seen kudu, oryx, eland, and gerenuk. While thousands of flamingoes, as well as over 400 other bird species flock to Lake Manyara, a soda lake, making the area a bird lover’s paradise.