Osupuko Lodges

Osupuko is a local ‘Maasai’ word for a “Virgin Land” or a “Natural Paradise”. the Osupuko Lodges and Camps Owners together with their Associates do welcome you to this stunning land in Tanzania; a land of solid unity, tranquility, love, adventures as well as wildlife that will make this  visit to our facilities a very exceptional experience. The Osupuko Lodges & Camps manage and operate luxury properties that offer very high standards of tailored quality services for not only local visitors but foreign tourists. We offer a great range of good quality services on Game Drive Package and Full-board Package.

Services offered here include:

Village and Nature Walks,


Astronomy Evenings,


Night Game Drives,


Visits to the Maasai Boma are all properly organized to ensure that you have an unforgettable stay. Osupuko Lodges & Camps is owned jointly by Tanzanians who well understand your holiday preferences in regards to accommodation, the meals as well as wildlife activities.

Wedding: we organize bush or traditional weddings on guests’ request on a tailor-made basis based on the requirements of our visitors. These services are entirely well organized to ensure your stay with us is a very memorable one.


Through their outstanding  experience, the owners of these wonderful facilities have been able  to bring on board a great number of acquaintances to form a Family that will at all times be there for you throughout your entire stay at these camps ass well as lodges.


Tarangire Osupuko Lodge cottages were constructed in nicely refined Maasai huts that were design with all required en-suite facilities. They are constructed as round huts with pretty large windows that offer breathtaking views of the adjacent terrain of Tarangire National Park dotted with various wild animals.


The sleeping area in the cottages is linked to the washrooms in 2 round roofs having an open shower outside that faces the Park. On your arrival you’ll be requested to fill the lodge registration form that includes the Company insurance.

Each of the sleeping huts is 8 meters in diameter and then the washrooms are 4 meters in diameter. With us, we focus on providing our guests the maximum Space during their stay. The rooms have a spacious verandah on which you will enjoy views of the sunrise over the park’s terrain. The sunset is on the side of the entrance which has a comfortable couch for 2 or 3 people who can watch the sun setting behind the walls of the Great Rift Valley!

Food and Wine

Tarangire area experiences a longer dry season and its temperatures range between 20’C and 40’C and please keep this in mind that we are mostly serving scrumptious light cold meals for lunch as well as dinner.

In addition, We are really flexible in catering for any of your unique dietary requirements. All the meals are nicely served at the open restaurant which offers breathtaking vistas of Tarangire National Park as you enjoy your meals and evening beers.


Includes an assortment of seasonal fruits, fresh breads, various herbal teas plus locally brewed coffee served with milk.

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