Set in the branches of grand baobab and marula trees, Tarangire Treetops aims to capture the nostalgic atmosphere of a childhood treehouse. Friendly and warm Maasai tribesmen greet guests as they arrive at this lodge, which sits in a private game reserve with views to Lake Manyara and the Rift Valley Wall.
This serene treetop retreat lies on the border of Tarangire National Park—famous for its large herds of elephants and tree climbing lions. Head out into the park on day game drives or night game drives to see how the bush comes alive after dark. A tour to a Maasai village will add a cultural injection into guests’ holidays, giving them insight into the Maasai tribe’s way of life.
Treetops 20 Rooms feature one of the largest bedrooms to be found in any camp or lodge in East Africa. The Rooms embrace local craftsmanship and exude a comforting warmth. The striking Main Lodge is encased around a thousand year old baobab tree and features a bar and dining area which look out over the pool towards the park.
- Luxurious Rooms set in the branches of baobab and marula trees—captures the nostalgia of a childhood treehouse
- Set in a private game reserve with views to Lake Manyara and the Rift Valley Wall
- On the border of Tarangire National Park—famous for its large herds of elephants
- 20 Rooms feature one of the largest bedrooms of any camp or lodge in East Africa