Soak up the views of Tarangire National Park be­fore a night game drive in an open-air Land Rover

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Since 1985, fam­ily owned Tarangire Sa­fari Lodge has catered to wildlife en­thu­si­asts and those seeking rest and re­lax­ation among one of Tan­za­nia’s most pop­u­lar national parks. Perched at the edge of a nat­u­ral bluff, Tarangire Sa­fari Lodge is renowned for its panoramic views of the sa­van­nah and Tarangire River be­low, “pro­vid­ing one of the best views in Africa.”

Carv­ing out the land­scape be­low the lodge is Tarangire River, a fa­vorite wa­ter­ing place, which at­tracts im­pres­sive num­bers of wildlife from the sur­round­ing ecosys­tems that come to­gether in large num­bers to drink, just be­low our wide-stretched ter­race.

A va­ri­ety of ecosys­tems ex­ist within the park bound­ary, with 94 species of mam­mals and over 500 bird species recorded. The scene un­folds be­fore you while loung­ing on the out­door pa­tio, al­low­ing you to ap­pre­ci­ate Tarangire’s di­verse wildlife with­out leav­ing the lodge.

“A fab­u­lous lo­ca­tion over­look­ing the Tarangire River, ex­cel­lent ser­vice, good food & well-priced ac­com­mo­da­tion make this lodge our pick of the in-park op­tions. The sweep­ing vis­tas are such that there’s no need to go else­where for a sun­downer, while the ac­com­mo­da­tion in­cludes stone bun­ga­lows or stan­dard en suite sa­fari tents; the lat­ter have good views from their doorsteps.” Lonely Planet, 2017

At the edge of a nat­u­ral bluff... Pro­vid­ing one of the best views in Africa

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