Tarangire Treetops

Situated in a private game reserve bordering the Tarangire National Park and the Maasai Steppe, Tarangire Treetops offers a unique tree-house experience. Certain to capture the imagination of children and sure to inspire romance, this unusual setting provides excellent views across the tops of the surrounding baobab and marula trees, which stud a beautiful hilly landscape.

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One of Tarangire Treetops defining features is the spaciousness of its rooms, with each of the property's 20 tree-houses possessing some of the largest bedrooms found in East Africa. These luxury en-suite apartments boast all of the modern finery you would expect to find in a plush hotel all the while being made from natural materials, providing a pleasant juxtaposition between exterior and interior. The private balconies are a nice touch, featuring traditional safari chairs that have been turned into rockers.

The camp's warm and comfortable reception area is impressively built around a 700 year old baobab tree. The lodge also features a restaurant and bar area, overlooking the plains beyond as well as an infinity swimming pool. Game viewing around Tarangire Treetops is phenomenal, with over 550 bird species and some of Africa's largest elephant herds frequenting the area.

Getting There

Transfer time from Kuro airstrip is 3 hours game drive (approx) following a 25 min flight from Arusha. By car from Arusha is 2 hours 55 minutes (approx) and from Kilimanjaro airport 4 hours (approx).


Game drives in Tarangire National Park, night game drives, bush walks, sundowner cocktails on Sunset Hill, bush dinners, bird watching, balloon safaris, cultural interaction.

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Review of Tarangire Treetops

Angela Grieco

Review of Tarangire Treetops

Joe Gaffney

This site felt like an adult Disney World, the Swiss Family Robinson Tree House specifically.

24/06/2021 Read full trip review

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