Tarangire Treetops

Tarangire National Park

A dreamlike lodge with rooms uniquely built up and around majestic baobabs with magnificent views of the surroundings.


Amongst marula and baobab trees on the north-eastern boundary of the Tarangire National Park.


20 elevated open-fronted rooms accessible by a spiral staircase and a trapdoor, each with private balcony and en-suite bathroom.


Day and night game drives in 4×4 open vehicles, walking safaris and visit to the local Maasai village.


The park is known for the huge numbers of elephants, that during dry season congregate in herds of hundreds. Buffalo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and other species of antelope are also present and, like elephants, move in and out of the park. Big cats include lion, leopard and cheetah. More than 550 bird species have been identified.


A one-of-a-kind lodge with African contemporary style and enchanting atmosphere. The rooms are built up and around baobab and marula trees, providing a unique “up in the air” experience. The Tarangire National Park features dramatic baobab-dotted sceneries, a great concentration of wildife with big herds of elephants and it is a heaven for bird enthusiasts.