Tarangire Ndhovu Lodge
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park is one of the lesser known parks on the Tanzanian safari circuit, Tarangire Ndhovu Lodge is located in the North of the park and is well known for it’s true wilderness experience and very large herds of Elephants. The camp is open all year round and is especially worth visiting during the dry months when the massive herds of Elephant follow the corridor between Manyara and Tarangire in search of water holes.
The camp is well spaced giving guests good privacy as well as creating the true essence of the safari experience. Tents are linked to the main guest area with pathways lit by lanterns. As the camp is un-fenced guests are encouraged to use their personal radio to request an escort around the camp – it’s that wild!
The main guest area has a comfortable lounge area, dining and a swimming pool for the warmer months in which to cool off.
Tarangire Ndhovu has 12 permanent safari tents that are beautifully decorated in soft tones and stunning finishes. Rooms can accommodate couples, triples, a honeymoon suite and a family tent.
Each tent is raised off the ground onto a wooden deck and is made up of log poles wrapped in canvas with mesh windows and an extra cover to allow a breeze through. Beds are draped in mosquito nets for safety at night. There is a small deck at the front of each tent and this is a great place for relaxing between game drives.
The en-suite bathroom is spacious with a walk-in shower, vanity basin, toilet, robes and complimentary toiletries.
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Combine this with Naskia Mobile Migration Camps, Naona Moru Camp or Entumoto Toto Camp.
Gibb’s Farm is an ideal stopover and perfect for children’s farm stay explorations.
Read more about the African Wildlife Foundation that is spearheading conservation in Tarangire National Park.