I am Tarangire Treetops. I am a magical lodge that sits in the Wildlife Management Area, bordering Tarangire National Park. I am a blend of culture, nature, and luxury and offer spectacular views from my expansive elevated private balconies. My rooms wander through the branches of the ancient baobabs and mighty marulas, whispering the sweet lullabies of old. Awake to the Francolin or what I call the bush alarm, and start your day amid the sights and sounds of the wild. Awake to the Francolin or what I call the bush alarm, and start your day amid the sights and sounds of the wild.



Tarangire Treetops has a lot to offer from daily game drives to a superb restaurant, bar, an inviting swimming pool (which overlooks a nearby watering hole) and a boutique store.

Tarangire National Park is known for its amazing Baobab Tree population as well as elephant migration. During your daily game drives, you will be able to spot a bunch of Giraffes and the occasional cheetah. The 1100 square mile Tarangire National Park is full of wild surprises. The knowledgeable guides will craft an experience so unforgettable that you may end up crying tears of joy.

Embark on a local village excursion and visit the local Maasai within the confines of their home. Learn about their culture, their way of life and even get invited into their hand-built mud and straw huts. The colors of their garb are vibrant, the songs they sing are full of life and the smiles they exuberant are genuine, you will head back out on Safari overjoyed.

Head to Sunset Hill and witness the most mesmerizing sunset while sipping on a cocktail before indulging in a delicious bush dinner under the night sky. Believe me, when I say, you don’t want to miss out on experiencing this romantic Sundowner overlooking the Wildlife Management Area, Tarangire National Park as well as the slight glimmer of Lake Manyara in the distance.



About 40% of the employees at Tarangire Treetops are local Maasai.

Several of the rooms at Tarangire Treetops are built amongst the iconic Baobab trees, some which are over 1000 years old. The Main Lodge, for example, was built around a thousand-year-old baobab tree.


Rooms start at $500 per person during the low season. This includes accommodation, all meals, soft drinks, beer, wine & selected spirits. Tarangire Treetops is part of the beautiful Elewana Collection.

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Expect to fall asleep in spacious, elevated rooms, listening to the stories of the African wilderness. Expect to experience first class service and fine dining. Expect to find elephants congregating at the waterhole in front of the lodge during the dry season, and watch as they even come right up to the pool for a nice clean chlorinated drink!



Built amongst a glorious baobab. Comfy king size bed. Private deck. Nightly turndown service. Wake up call with coffee and tea. En suite bathroom.

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