Tarangire Treetops

The rooms of Tarangire Treetops are one-of-a-kind. Elevated platforms place guests among the baobab and marula trees.

About Tarangire Treetops

On the path of an annual elephant migration, Tarangire Treetops sits alone in a 312km2 private wildlife area bordering Tarangire National Park, amid a landscape of rolling, baobab-studded hills. Elevated “treehouse” suites are perched high up with views over the adjacent baobab and marula trees, giving Tarangire Treetops an adventurous and exotic feel. Twenty suites, with a wide private balconies, are lavishly furnished. Natural materials are blended with contemporary Africana décor, to provide guests with a unique and most memorable safari experience. All the suites are either sunset-facing, sunrise-facing or overlook the camp’s waterhole and animal trail. Encasing an impressive baobab tree, the spacious and tranquil reception, lounge and dining room overlook the swimming pool and a waterhole that sees a steady flow of wild animal visitors. With the natural beauty of the hills and dry river beds begging to be explored, guests can enjoy guided walking safaris, day or night time game drives and the enchantment of bush dining.

Accommodations ~
The rooms of Tarangire Treetops are one-of-a-kind. Elevated platforms place guests among the baobab and marula trees, creating the feel of a luxury treehouse.

Location ~
Situated in its own private conservancy, guests of Tarangire Treetops enjoy a secluded and private safari experience but with easy access to Tarangire National Park.

Bush walks~
Located outside the National Park in Randilen conservancy, the camp is able to conduct bush walks with guests. This activity allows guests to get “up close and personal” with nature, and experience the bush to a more intimate degree – the flora, the fauna, the animal tracks, the insects – the things that can be missed from a game vehicle. Walks can be a relaxing ramble, or an energetic hike.

Night game drives ~
A night drive in the African bush affords the opportunity to see an array of creatures who prefer the cover of night. From wide-eyed lesser galagos, to ambling porcupines and elusive leopards, the African bush hosts a different assortment of creatures after dark

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