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Tanzania

Tarangire Treetops

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Perched high above the bush in a thousand year old baobab tree, Tarangire Treetops allows adults to live out their dream of sleeping in a luxury treehouse.

Tarangire Treetops comprises twenty rooms elevated above the ground with magnificent views over the tops of the surrounding marula and baobab trees. Each room boasts one of the largest bedrooms to be found in any camp or lodge in East Africa – with a floor space of 213 square feet. The rooms also feature an en suite bathroom with a unique double shower and are decorated in warm hues and locally crafted furniture. Guests can enjoy their ‘up in the air’ views from the luxury of their private balcony. Other amenities include a bathrobe and slippers, in-room electronic safe, and laundry service.

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.

A wide variety of activities are available from the camp. Daytime game drives encounter the Big Five as well as some lesser known species such as waterbuck, giraffe, and olive baboons. Night-time drives show what life is like when the bush ‘comes alive’ after dark and what nocturnal animals roam the bush. Walking safaris with an experienced guide are a great way to learn about the flora and fauna, as well as understanding the true majesty of the indigenous peoples that live on the land. An exciting must see activity is the boma dinner with Masai dancers, guests eat under the stars while enjoying the dancing and singing of Maasai menfolk. Bush lunches and dinners as well as trips to Sunset Hill for food and drinks in the glory of deep orange sunset are also available.

The main lodge wraps itself around the ancient baobab tree. Delicious dinners are served either by lantern light at a traditional boma or eating poolside by candlelight while a variety of wildlife comes to drink at the lodge’s watering hole.

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Tanzania

Tarangire Treetops

PLAN MY TRIP

Perched high above the bush in a thousand year old baobab tree, Tarangire Treetops allows adults to live out their dream of sleeping in a luxury treehouse.

Tarangire Treetops comprises twenty rooms elevated above the ground with magnificent views over the tops of the surrounding marula and baobab trees. Each room boasts one of the largest bedrooms to be found in any camp or lodge in East Africa – with a floor space of 213 square feet. The rooms also feature an en suite bathroom with a unique double shower and are decorated in warm hues and locally crafted furniture. Guests can enjoy their ‘up in the air’ views from the luxury of their private balcony. Other amenities include a bathrobe and slippers, in-room electronic safe, and laundry service.

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.

A wide variety of activities are available from the camp. Daytime game drives encounter the Big Five as well as some lesser known species such as waterbuck, giraffe, and olive baboons. Night-time drives show what life is like when the bush ‘comes alive’ after dark and what nocturnal animals roam the bush. Walking safaris with an experienced guide are a great way to learn about the flora and fauna, as well as understanding the true majesty of the indigenous peoples that live on the land. An exciting must see activity is the boma dinner with Masai dancers, guests eat under the stars while enjoying the dancing and singing of Maasai menfolk. Bush lunches and dinners as well as trips to Sunset Hill for food and drinks in the glory of deep orange sunset are also available.

The main lodge wraps itself around the ancient baobab tree. Delicious dinners are served either by lantern light at a traditional boma or eating poolside by candlelight while a variety of wildlife comes to drink at the lodge’s watering hole.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!