Our camp, Kuro, has long been a place where people have paused for a while to envelope themselves in Africa's wild natural beauty. You don't have to go far here to encounter the creatures that call this place home.
Kuro Tarangire is set amid a grove of Acacia and Kigelia trees on the banks of the Tarangire River - often a dry, sandy course snaking through this quiet area of the park. The area sees the rhythmic movement of wildlife as it traverses the park from the hills in the west to the swamps on the eastern side, and between the north and the south along the river line.
Conscious of wanting to experience this place in a way that harmonises with the natural tempo, without overpowering it, we've created a camp with a light footprint. At the culmination of each season we will move on like the Nomads we are, leaving only the trees and birds and animals, as if we were never here.
That's not to say that we don't like to be comfortable though. Our six light and stylish rooms are complete with comfortable beds, en-suite indoor and outdoor shower and flushing toilet. The family tent has two en-suite bedrooms and an adjoining sitting area. They rest amongst the trees with views over the African bush. We gather to share meals and relax under the cool grass thatch of the open-sided lounge and dining area which is furnished with hides and canvas, brought to life with a touch of colourful and tactile textiles.