This organic, light-footed camp hidden away in the park, is probably closer to our hearts' core than any other.

Tarangire country is big and bold: our camp is the opposite...a little gem. Full of heart and soul, and tucked into a grove of secluded riverside bush, it is so much at one with the wild that animals hardly look up as they do their thing around us. Elephants often pass right through camp, and we can be completely absorbed into their secret lives, from the sweet comfort of our sun-slatted living space.

Lit by lanterns and solar lighting our Kuro Tarangire glows gently right in the heart of this phenomenal National Park.

Views out over the wilds of Tarangire National Park, what more could you wish for?

The family tent at Kuro Tarangire, two full size en-suite bedrooms joined by a living area.

The dining room at Kuro Tarangire.

Large airy rooms at Kuro Tarangire, covered in thatch to keep you cool and with views out over the wilds of Tarangire.

Letting the outside in at Kuro Tarangire.

Welcome to vast expanses of elephant country.

Tarangire is home to an astonishing amount of big game, which concentrates around the Silale Swamp in the dry season.

Baobabs, this lands standing stones.

Bidding the sun farewell in Tarangire National Park.

Tarangire National Park is a real gem in the northern Tanzania safari circuit. Beautiful scenery, giant baobabs and impressive herds of elephant make it a real highlight.

A young lion in Tarangire National Park.

Tarangire National Park is known for its impressive population of elephants, and boasts the second highest concentration of mammals after the Serengeti National Park.

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Night drives from Kuro Tarangire.

Traditional safari bucket showers inside, and outside at Kuro Tarangire.

The family tent at Kuro Tarangire, two full size en-suite bedrooms joined by a living area.

The sun slatted mess area at Kuro Tarangire draws inspiration from our surroundings.

Spacious, light and airy. Our rooms at Kuro Tarangire do not detract from the magic of where you are.

Heaps of space for all of your safari wears at Kuro Tarangire.

Elephants gather in their hundreds in Tarangire throughout the drier months when the Tarangire River is the only source of water for miles.

A young lion cub and lioness in Tarangire National Park.

We love the freedom of Tarangire and often venture out on foot with our highly trained walking guides to touch and feel Africa, up close.

Kuro Tarangire is a comfortable oasis that blends perfectly with our wild surroundings.

Heading out after dark from Kuro Tarangire often unveils a world of nocturnal neighbours that are hard to spot in the daylight.

Tarangire has the highest number of breeding pairs of birds in Africa, it is a true birders paradise.

Life continues around us at Kuro Tarangire and often you don't even need to leave camp to see our giant neighbours.

Tarangire is a real gem in the northern Tanzania safari circuit, a scenically beautiful park, famous for its large herds of elephants.

Night game drives in Tarangire National Park reveal many a shy nocturnal neighbour.

The Silale swamp area of Tarangire National Park is a hub of wildlife activity.

Kuro’s Elephant Treehouse

Standing a few hundred yards in front of camp, our new treehouse brings a new perspective for wildlife viewing. Overlooking a dry riverbed this is the perfect spot to chill with nothing but a pair of binoculars.

Tanzania’s Leading Tented Camp 2023

Enhancing lives at Kuro

From enhancing dynamic careers to working with local communities and conservation projects, here are some inspiring stories from our award-winning camp in northern Serengeti.

Dentist outreach with Diana

Our dentist outreach programme visits schools to teach good oral hygiene as well as treat patients in the field. We recently visited three local schools in Tarangire screening over 400 students and 350 local people from surrounding communities. 640 people required immediate treatment bringing a lot of lovely smiles to Tarangire.

Life long learning & growth

Wildlife education

John from Tarangire

John is a young lad from a long line of subsistence farmers in the village of Mwikantsi, just to the west of Tarangire National Park.

John was unable to continue his studies as his family simply could not afford the additional costs to finish high school.

But as part of Nomad's wildlife education programme, John has been selected to join a prestigious wildlife management course in Moshi. We are super excited to see this programme begin, looking to support local talent from villages in areas known for human-wildlife conflict.

Life long learning & growth

Creating career paths

Chacha Makorere

Meet Chacha, who's an askari at Kuro and became a rifle carrying scout last year - a major milestone. He used to be a poacher living on the outskirts of the Serengeti, but joined our team and left his old ways behind.

He also has a veggie garden that his wife runs when he's in camp - we supplied the seed, and he grows delicious fresh produce that we buy for guests and staff: lovely lettuces, herbs, root veggies and more green goodness than you can shake a stick at.

The hugely respected Nomad Tanzania…have chosen to build in an area of acacia trees and kigelia trees...six large canvas tents stand in a line that traces the run of the river and are spaced to ensure privacy...they are also equipped for comfort, with hot bucket showers and enormous beds

Northern Tanzania safaris

Our Northern Tanzania camps are in enviable locations that mean we can take you deeper into this epic wilderness and create life changing experiences.

Reviews

L. Einspanier

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Phenomenal Bush Camp

A phenomenal bush camp nestled inconspicuously in the park with absolutely outstanding service by the entire staff. And the food was so good.

J. Berdahl and C. Nielsen

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Surprise Treehouse Breakfast

The surprise treehouse breakfast down by the river on our anniversary was amazing. Seeing a lion on the walk to this breakfast was icing on the cake. Seeing so many wonderful animals (elephants, giraffe, zebra, monkeys, dik dik, impala, eagles) up close right from the porch made every day special. T...

W. Cooper

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Magical Kuro Tarangerie Visit

Our visit to Kuro Tarangerie was magical. From our arrival greeting, through the park drives, meals, Bush TV, and delightfully comfortable tented camp, we couldn’t have asked for more. Nomad operates a fantastic safari program. We look forward to our next adventure with Nomad.

P. Chandran

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Amazing Stay at Kuro

We had an amazing stay at Kuro!
Could see so many animals just outside our tent and the evenings around the campfire were fun. So many stars to see as well.
The meals were excellent and hospitality exceeded expectations!
We would highly recommend Kuro camp.

N. Sparling

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Glamping at its Best

Great camp. The park is full of game and at the southern end there are not many people! Food healthy and delicious! Glamping at its best! Staff very attentive! Silva is an outstanding guide!

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