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If you're thinking of visiting the Serengeti this year, don't miss out on all that Tarangire has to offer.
Take a glimpse of this magical place in all of it's animated splendour.
If you're seeking an adventure far from the madding crowds and want to feel true wilderness, this is where you go.
As you walk around the camp, you are constantly surprised by new views of baobab groves glowing in the sun.
For the past 20 years we've pioneered, owned and operated our outstanding small safari camps in three of the remotest corners of Tanzania. If you are looking for superb locations, exceptional guiding and the essence of safari, get in touch.
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2 nts Kuro Tarangire in the southern part of Tarangire National Park
2 nts Plantation Lodge near Ngorongoro Highlands
3 nts Serengeti Safari Camp located near either Grumeti or Mara rivers
Small exclusive tented camps (just 6 tents) in the ...
From the bustling north Tanzanian town of Arusha to the little gem of Tarangire National Park. The mountain landscapes give way to the arid Acacia & Baobab of the Maasai steppe: this is rich big game country and ripe for exploring. Overnight Kuro Tarangire
From our stylish tented camp, we can walk straight into the bush in search of giraffe or zebra, game drive over to the Silale swamp where the eles hang out or look for big cats under cover of a night drive. We love that our little patch of Tarangire is remote yet in the middle of the action. Overnight Kuro Tarangire.
From Tarangire, drive up to the lush Ngorongoro Highlands where forests, monkeys, coffee farms and lush gardens are the norm. You might stop off for a picnic and game drive in Manyara National Park en route. Relax in Plantation Lodge's beautiful gardens and enjoy a delicious meal with a good glass of wine. Overnight Plantation Lodge
An early departure to make the best of the day in the Ngorongoro Crater. One of Tanzania's most famous landmarks, the crater is known for both it's wonderful scenery and also the varied wildlife that thrives inside. Spend the morning game driving with your guide, and enjoy a picnic lunch on the crater floor. Return for a relaxed afternoon in the gardens of Plantation Lodge. Overnight Plantation Lodge
Fly from Manyara to the central/northern Serengeti. Meet your private Nomad car and guide and head on a game drive towards camp. Settle into camp for a siesta after lunch and venture out for a game drive in the late afternoon returning to camp for drinks around the fire and dinner. Overnight Serengeti Safari Camp
Discuss the day's activities with your guide over a camp breakfast; he'll know the whereabouts of the migration and all the other creatures of interest. Sometimes the herds are spread throughout the Nyamalumbwa and Bologonja plains and sometimes they are frantically crossing the Mara River. Wherever they are, our camp will be well located for the action. Overnight Serengeti Safari Camp
An early start today, perhaps with a picnic breakfast or lunch in search of the great herds. Of course it's not all about the wildebeest and you'll be on the look out for elephant, buffalo, big cats and even rhino. Linger when you find something of interest as so much of the pleasure of this place is the freedom you feel being in the middle of nowhere. Return to camp for a hot shower and delicious meal. Overnight Serengeti Safari Camp ...
Plenty of time to wake up with the African sunrise for a leisurely breakfast and a final game drive to the airstrip for your scheduled flight back to Arusha and home.
Our fabulous camp managers can be found via their own camp blogs, where they have centre stage - and a free rein - to tell you exactly what goes on 'on safari'.
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