Tarangire Safari Lodge

Tarangire Safari Lodge is found on a spectacular bluff inside Tarangire National Park, offering one of the most stunning vistas views, surrounding acacias plus baobabs, plentiful wildlife and river Tarangire. Game drives in Tarangire National Park area an activity that happens all year round!

This river flows in the park and it attracts various wild animals, particularly large numbers of elephant. In addition, the park has a varied and greatly contrasting terrain and incomparable birdlife.

This was the very first lodge to be constructed in this park. However, since 1985, the camp was owned and run by the Simonson family, who personally have added a lovely touch to it.

In the middle of this lodge are the imposingly high grass thatched roofs of the communal lounge plus dining area. Its open design enables continuous vistas of the terrain and captures the evening cool breeze.

In Between the game drive you may opt to rest in the large, comfy lounge. Enjoy a rejuvenating dip in the swimming pool or look through the Baobab Boutique.

Their main facilities incorporate 3 tents and all these can be accessed by a wheelchair.

Accommodation

The types of Accommodation offered here are either traditional canvas tents or a spacious stone bungalow, and all its rooms have a direct view of the valley.

The Tents

All the tents are strong and comfortable, and they are constructed on a solid foundation, having a thatched roof plus a private verandah, wide screened windows having huge curtains and inside bathrooms having hot water boiled by solar heaters.

Each of the tents has been recently renovated with brand-new textiles plus 10 tents each with a double bed.

The Bungalows

There are five bungalows which were constructed using local stone designed in a circular way to form Maasai huts. Their thick walls, huge windows plus grass thatched roofs all guarantee that the rooms remain cool.

They have 5 bungalows which include a family unit plus triple units. Each of the beds are fitted with mosquito nets.

The large inside bathrooms comprise of a spacious shower area and adequate hot water that is heated by solar.

Each bungalow has a shaded verandah allowing for comfortable viewing of a large water hole.

Power at the Lodge

The rooms are supplied with Power from 6am up to 10am and then 6pm to 11pm.
there are Recharging facilities available during the day at the “charging station” which is found at the main bar. Power is turned off at 11:00pm every day and for that reason we kindly ask our guests to ensure that any electrical gadget that you many need to use especially at night is well charged.

Lodge Facilities

Swimming pool: Take a revitalizing dip in our well cleaned outside pool. Children are as well allowed to enjoy a splash in the pool within the same area.

The Baobab Boutique: there is a well stocked shop having gifts for the different age groups. The majority of the smaller items plus textiles that are sold are used to sponsor as well as support the local women in Tanzania.

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