Tarangire Treetops is located on Masaai land in the Radilen Wildlife Management Area, one hour’s drive north-east of the eastern boundary of Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park.
Each of the 20 rooms or treehouses at Tarangire Treetops is perched in or near a tree, some in marula trees and some in baobabs. The tree houses are raised several metres above ground level on stilts, with tree branches and trunks growing through some of them. From their elevated positions, the mesh-fronted rooms and wrap-around decks offer impressive views across the surrounding bush. Depending on outlook, each room has either beautiful sunrise or sunset views.
The treehouses are accessed by a steep set of wooden stairs, bringing you up on to a wooden deck overlooking the area. The large bathroom is at the back of the room, with a flush loo, twin wash basins and a twin shower; all are of a high quality.
Reception at Tarangire Treetops is set atop a broad wooden deck and wraps around a vast and very impressive baobab tree. From here, the deck continues to the open-sided lounge and restaurant area, which features a sunken firepit, all set under cool thatch. Wooden steps lead down to a lower-level deck, where there is a swimming pool with sunloungers facing out over the surrounding bush. This is a pleasant location for dinner when the weather is fine—and the birdwatching around the pool is wonderful.
Towards the back of the lodge is an outside dining area, designed in the style of a traditional Maasai manyatta, where evening barbecues are frequently held under the stars.
Activities include Game drives, cultural visits, guided bushwalks, bushmeals and sundowners
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