Set within a concession area of 25,000 hectares, Tarangire River Camp provides guests with a traditional safari experience, with the vast and diverse landscape of Tarangire National Park stretching out before them. The lodge overlooks a branch of the Tarangire River and is a prime location for game viewing.
There are a total of 20 rooms, split between 8 double bedded tents, 8 twin bedded tents and 4 triple/ family tents. Each tent is on a raised wooden platform with a thatched roof above and feature en-suite bathrooms. Electrical equipment in the rooms can be charged via a power point. Guests are treated to fantastic views from their private verandas, with some tents overlooking the river, which dries up in the dry season, while other tents provide views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru in the distance.
The camp provides a main area which is used as a lounge and dining area, with a second floor acting as a viewing platform. Families in the nearby Maasai villages create handmade crafts that are available for purchase at the small lodge shop, adding a further layer of authenticity to the experience.
2 hour's drive from Arusha and 15 min drive from the Boundary Hill Gate.
Game drives and nature walks.
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Review of Tarangire River Camp
We were SO in love with this place! Perfect location. We loved hearing the elephants outside of our tent at night eating the branches of the trees! We loved hearing the lions roaring in close proximity to us! We love the authenticity of the Masai Warriors walking us to our tents at night! It was such a dream! The river bank that it is set upon provides such a stunning…
What a nice camp! We heard lots of animal sounds at night, it was amazing! Early one morning from their tent my children saw ( and filmed) thousands of zebras and wildebeasts crossing the river!
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