Naitolia Eco-Lodge

Naitolia Eco-Lodge is found in the middle of an area of acacia plus baobab in the Tarangire Conservation Area, a 55 square kilometer wildlife conservation area that spans the wildlife migration route of Tarangire National Park. Its pioneering design As well as special appearance have actually won praise from distant afield plus the environmentally-friendly modus operandi has drawn attention from different Green organizations. It is the sole lodge within Northern Tanzania which can do this kind of claim

Naitolia is built completely using local materials with lower stone – grass walls, protected by grass thatched roof in an African banda way. The sole indulgence  to modernity is the front side façade composed of canvas plus shade cloth with mosquito netting to prevent guests from having uninterrupted vistas of the open Lemiyon Plains right from your large 4 poster wooden bed.


Where  possible this center has been cautiously crafted from the identical sources to form a rural lodge complete of character plus charm with a plan of the furnishings and utilities carefully utilizing the resourceful off-cuts, twisted wood plus organic materials to creative effect. The shared dining area has a similar theme and a candle-lit eating area for six guests, a bar plus a tiny library that opens up to the large savanna expanse dotted with the umbrella like acacia tress with its beautiful colors and texture that nicely blend into the surrounding environment. Using of renewable natural materials, local furnishings as well as hand-made natural elements, the center has a characteristic feel of a traditional tented camp of the standard wildlife safari.

Other than, the good quality accommodation offered at Naitolia, this exclusive lodge offers personalized service, which is a thrilling scope of alternatives exists which can’t be found in any other place along the Northern Circuit. I case the thought of moving beyond the normal limits of a standard game drive as well as moving at night to see the wild animals is another adventure worth trying out here. There is another thing infinitely more thrilling about driving across the wide African Savannah in the night, with transitory views of wildlife, bulky shadows of elephants as well as shinning reflections of eyes to ensure that you stay alert to the natural wildlife theatre here.

In the same way, a safari on foot or nature walks around the eco-lodge is an opportunity to come across the bio-diversity of this country in a manner that’s forbidden in other places. As our professional Guides drive you across these Plains to the Sundowner Hill to observe the amazing sunset tarnished across the Great Rift Valley (as you enjoy drinks and later go to your vehicle that will be waiting to take you back to your lodge), during a day trek to the far off treehouse fly-camp, or just to the close by waterhole, you will certainly find yourself observing the great abundance of birds plus flora of this area from a perspective which a safari drive can’t ever offer.

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