Tarangire Sopa Lodge
The Tarangire Sopa Lodge is built in a wooded hillside valley overlooking Tarangire Hill. It has wall-to-wall carpeting, a private lounge with a mini bar, a bedroom with two queen size beds, an en-suite bathroom with shaver sockets and a hair dryer, and a private verandah which offers stunning views over the baobab studded landscape. The unique swimming pool which is located at the edge of a rocky gorge has its own bar. The camp provides close access to premier wildlife viewing areas of the park. Additional activities include tribal visits with Datoga and bush walks in the areas neighboring the park.

Tarangire River Camp
Tarangire River Camp is a semi-permanent luxury tented camp overlooking the Tarangire River about 3.5 km from the main gate of Tarangire National Park, offering stunning views of the meandering river, the vast plains across the park, Lake Manyara, the Rift Valley and the Ngorongoro highlands. Mt. Meru and Kilimanjaro are easily viewed from each tent. Ten spacious luxury tents are complete with running water including attached toilets and hot water showers. Delicious meals are served in the mess tent under a majestic Baobab with attentive service.
Tarangire Treetops Lodge
Tarangire Treetops is a tree-house architecture luxury safari lodge located on the eastern border of Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. Tarangire Treetops is a wonderful place to stay either at the beginning or at the end of a safari. The lodge is just two hours out from Arusha.

Tarangire Treetops sits within a private Conversation Area bordering Tarangire National Park, in the path of Tarangire's elephant migration. Tarangire is home to some of the largest herds of elephants in Africa, passing the lodge on their way to watering at the Sand River. Situated just at the border outside the park, the area has all the same species of wildlife as the Tarangire National Park, including leopards, lions, cheetahs and buffalos.
Tarangire Safari Lodge
The lodge is built on the elevated ridge of the Tarangire River just outside the Tarangire National Park, overlooking the deep river valley and the Tarangire plains. Between July and December wildlife can be viewed from the rooms and the main building terrace. The lodge consists of luxury tents and bungalows, all with a small veranda where you can watch the wildlife. The large canvas doors of the tents unzip to reveal the bedroom, where you find two comfortable single beds and a writing table and chair. The Honeymoon Suite is situated near a ridge over the river and is furnished with a large double bed made of old dhow wood. The bathrooms have solar-heated shower with hot water, flush toilet, and a dressing room. There's also a swimming pool with a water slide.
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