Tamarind Camp is a safari camp located 52 miles (1 hour) from Arusha, just 15 minutes from the entrance to Tarangire National Park. Perfectly positioned in a grove of beautiful Acacia Tortilis trees and recently completely renewed, the camp is set in 200 acres of Acacia woodland and bush, which is constantly evolving into an ever more stunning setting, right
on the boundary of the Park. Tarangire is the fourth biggest National Park in Tanzania and its very diverse habitats, supporting an equally rich variety of mammals, birds and flora, make it a delight to explore.
Magnificent 1000-year-old giant Baobab trees punctuate the Park and large herds of elephant and other game seasonally swell the large numbers of resident game.
NUMBER OF ROOMS & DESCRIPTION:
The tented accommodation is luxuriously comfortable and spacious with en-suite bathrooms and exquisite handcrafted hardwood furnishings. The tents are extremely well spread out and mostly face the adjacent Park boundary, marked only by a tree-lined “sand river”. Zebra and wildebeest are often to
be seen grazing on the nearby plains and elephant and lion frequent the area around camp, as well as being regular visitors inside the camp itself!
There are 10 double and twin “Larsen” tents. The Larsen tent is the largest tent available for safari camping. Tent dimensions: In feet*: 20’ x 12’ x 8’centre ridge (6’ at side walls, ensuring full standing room throughout).
Built in flysheet and verandah to ensure adequate shade on the hottest day.
En suite toilet and bathroom facilities with “bucket” style safari shower - plenty of hot water! - and flushing chemical toilet. (Bathroom section 7’ x 12’)
RESTAURANTS & BAR:
A custom-made, locally furnished, insect-proof dining tent for breakfast, lunch and romantic, candle-lit dinners!
Has a sunshade area. A campfire area.Complete privacy.
OTHER FACILITIES & SERVICES:
Tamarind Camp is in a prime location to access Tarangire National Park, many
additional activities can be undertaken from the camp as well as game drives
in Tarangire. Thus the following is all possible:
- Day and half day game drives in Tarangire NP (entrance 15 minutes from
- Ethno-botanical guided walks (with local Maasai) in the immediate area,
lasting from 1 to 5 hours.
- Night game drives.
- Cultural interaction with, and tours of, the village of Mosakini, which
is in part supported by the camp.
- Cultural interaction with and tours with Mangati tribe on the Manyara
- Springboard for activities into the FOREST CORRIDORS
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