Tarangire Lake Burunge Tented Camp

 

Tarangire is among of the hidden wildlife treasures along the northern safari circuit of Tanzania, with amazing wildlife views however relatively less development, offering an exceptional wilderness experience

Some of the highlights you will enjoy here include:

Overwhelmingly large numbers of wild animals especially in the dry season

During the Migration you will see large numbers of different animal species particularly in this area.

Wonderful views of different bird species in this part of the country.

Found on a private area within the Maasai land

Lake Burunge Tented Camp is found just 10 minutes from Tarangire National Park on a private area and it is managed by the Maasai community in this area. This offers free movement as well as a diversity of different activities. The thrilling Game drives within the park offer an amazing wildlife experience not got in most places.

Situated on the Lake shores of Burunge, this amazing small camp has quick access to the wildlife sanctuary of Tarangire plus other activities inside and around the Lake plus the adjacent Maasai villages. The deluxe tents are found in a bush land area that has spectacular views of Lake Burunge. This part of Tanzania can best be explored on our thrilling game drives, leisure walks along the shores of the lake, take canoe trips on the lake as well as cultural interaction with the resident Maasai that live within the area.

Activities available at Lake Burunge are:

Canoe trips on Lake Burunge

Nature walks on Lake Burunge shores

Game drives within Tarangire National Park

Walking safaris guided by the Maasai locals

Cultural interaction with the resident Maasai

Visit Mbuwge Village

Sundowners on the stunning Lake Burunge

Enjoy Bush breakfasts

Bird watching with over 300 types of birds

Accommodation

Near the common area, are 20 private, comfortable tents. Each tent is on a raised wooden deck and under thatch which keeps them cool in the hot months. The beds have mosquito nets and en suite bathrooms with hot showers. Each room also has a flush loo. Every tent has wonderful views of Lake Burunge.

The rooms offered at this safari lodge are each supplied with 240v solar-generated power. In addition they have a standby generator especially if there is no solar power.

The main building at Lake Burunge is beneath a thatch and has a dining area, a central lounge plus a bar on an elevated wooden deck. The raised position is the perfect place to enjoy sundowners as well as observe the sun fading away beyond the lake. The Guests may as well enjoy Aperitifs at the warm fireplace

Recommended days of stay at Maramboi Tented Safari Camp are 2 to 3 days

This Tanzania Safari Lodge offers Tented rooms beneath thatch on elevated wooden platforms

The best time to stay at this Tanzania Safari camp is from July up to December however you can go there all year round

This lodge can Best be combined with Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp, Kambi Ya Tembo as well as Ngorongoro Farmhouse

Lake Burunge Tented Camp Child policy: The Camp welcomes all children of all age groups.

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