Tarangire Maramboi Tented Camp on the shores of Lake Manyara is located in a 25,000 hectare concession on the migratory corridor of the Tarangire and Manyara ecosystem. It is a permanent camp offering endless vistas of the Manyara National Park, Rift Valley, Ngorongoro highlands and on clear days even Oldonyo Lengai a sacred mountain to the Maasai.
An area extraordinarily rich in wildlife, the camp offers 40 spacious tents built on ample wooden decks. These are divided into 26 standard rooms, 10 suites and 2 units with 2 rooms interconnected, ideal for families with children. All tents have en suite facilities and private veranda with 24 hours 220V electric lighting.
In the centre of the camp is a mess tent where breakfast and lunch are served. Pre-dinner appetizers snacks and dinner are served under the breathtaking starlit sky. There is also a lounge area where guests can relax as well as a small library. The camp also contains a pool which is a welcome relief from the heat of the day.
Fly from Arusha into airstrips Tarangire National Park. The road transfer from Arusha is approximately 2 hours. The camp is 112 km from Manyara National Park and 18 km from Tarangire National Park, about 15 minutes.
Game drives, bird watching on the shores of the not too distant Lake Manyara and cultural interaction with Datoga and Maasai tribes, whose bomas populate the adjacent land.
Read what our previous clients thought of Maramboi Tented Camp
Review of Maramboi Tented Camp
This lodge won us over through the extra friendly staff and the beautiful location on the shores of Lake Manyara. The tents were a bit dark and on the basic side, but the multitude of animals running through the property, the huge smiles of the staff members, the gigantic pool and lounging area, and the super fresh food all well outweighed slightly drab tents!
Loved our first stop! Very unique experience. Lovely but authentic setting. Gracious and efficient staff.Well appointed accommodations. Nice variety in the food. Seasoning of food was a little bland.
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