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Tanzania

Tarangire Ndovu Camp

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Set against a backdrop of ancient baobabs, Tarangire Ndovu Camp is a comfortable mobile camp in the wilds of Tanzania’s Tarangire region.

Accommodations consist of eight to ten mobile tented suites in either single, double, triple, or family configurations. There is even a honeymoon option. The sturdy and cool canvas tents feature a large bedroom with a desk and chair, a storage chest, and wardrobe. The comfortable beds have soft cotton sheets and warm duvets. Accessed through a separate door, each tent includes an en suite bathroom with ceramic sinks, a vanity mirror, a bucket shower, and a toilet. The tents are decorated in neutral tones to blend into the natural environment. A private patio area includes a table and chair for relaxing outside and taking in stunning landscape of Tarangire.

The camp is located in the heart of Tarangire in the lesser visited but more intriguing park on the northern circuit of Tanzania covering about 1,100 square miles. The area is famous for its large herds of elephants and high density of baobab trees. During the dry months, the elephants travel between Manyara and Tarangire in search of fresh water sources including the Tarangire River. Other common animals here include waterbuck, giraffe, dik dik, impala, eland, Grant’s gazelle, vervet monkey, banded mongoose, and olive baboon. Predators in Tarangire include African lion, leopard, cheetah, caracal, honey badger, and African wild dog. Giant termite mounds can be found all over the park as well some are even inhabited by dwarf mongoose.

Game drives are offered twice daily and conducted by knowledge guides and trackers through the heart of Tarangire. There are even family safaris available. For an even more intimate look at the local flora and fauna, the camp has guided walking safaris. Led by an armed walking guide, these informative nature walks follow the animal tracks and the various uses of native plants during dawn and dusk before the real heat of the day. For an additional fee, a hot air balloon safari provides an aerial view of the Tarangire plains and are followed by a champagne breakfast in the bush. There are also cultural tours available to local villages and schools.

The camp runs on solar power and is positioned at different areas around Tarangire at different parts of the year. Battery charging facilities and Wi-Fi are available. Meals are served in the mess tent. Otherwise boxed lunches are included on game drives and there is always the option for a bush breakfast, lunch, or dinner. A family friendly camp, children ages five and up are welcome.

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Tanzania

Tarangire Ndovu Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set against a backdrop of ancient baobabs, Tarangire Ndovu Camp is a comfortable mobile camp in the wilds of Tanzania’s Tarangire region.

Accommodations consist of eight to ten mobile tented suites in either single, double, triple, or family configurations. There is even a honeymoon option. The sturdy and cool canvas tents feature a large bedroom with a desk and chair, a storage chest, and wardrobe. The comfortable beds have soft cotton sheets and warm duvets. Accessed through a separate door, each tent includes an en suite bathroom with ceramic sinks, a vanity mirror, a bucket shower, and a toilet. The tents are decorated in neutral tones to blend into the natural environment. A private patio area includes a table and chair for relaxing outside and taking in stunning landscape of Tarangire.

The camp is located in the heart of Tarangire in the lesser visited but more intriguing park on the northern circuit of Tanzania covering about 1,100 square miles. The area is famous for its large herds of elephants and high density of baobab trees. During the dry months, the elephants travel between Manyara and Tarangire in search of fresh water sources including the Tarangire River. Other common animals here include waterbuck, giraffe, dik dik, impala, eland, Grant’s gazelle, vervet monkey, banded mongoose, and olive baboon. Predators in Tarangire include African lion, leopard, cheetah, caracal, honey badger, and African wild dog. Giant termite mounds can be found all over the park as well some are even inhabited by dwarf mongoose.

Game drives are offered twice daily and conducted by knowledge guides and trackers through the heart of Tarangire. There are even family safaris available. For an even more intimate look at the local flora and fauna, the camp has guided walking safaris. Led by an armed walking guide, these informative nature walks follow the animal tracks and the various uses of native plants during dawn and dusk before the real heat of the day. For an additional fee, a hot air balloon safari provides an aerial view of the Tarangire plains and are followed by a champagne breakfast in the bush. There are also cultural tours available to local villages and schools.

The camp runs on solar power and is positioned at different areas around Tarangire at different parts of the year. Battery charging facilities and Wi-Fi are available. Meals are served in the mess tent. Otherwise boxed lunches are included on game drives and there is always the option for a bush breakfast, lunch, or dinner. A family friendly camp, children ages five and up are welcome.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!