Experience safaris with cloudless skies! It is the vast number of magnificent baobab trees that first will capture your eye as you enter Tarangire National Park. Yet there is a wonderful array of wildlife, including the renowned tree-climbing lion, and event dwarf mongoose! Bird lovers will love the number of feathered friends, notably yellow-collared lovebirds. During the dry season (June to October) there is an annual animal migration as wildlife travel from other areas into the park to quench their thirst in the waters of the Tarangire River. Experience guided walking safaris and embrace the African culture with a trip to a Maasai village.
Located just a 20 minute drive from Tarangire National Park, in a 25000 hectare concession area dedicated to the conservation of the Maasai community, Lake Burunge Tented Camp is well located, with lovely views over the Lake.
Olivers Camp is situated in the exclusive southern part of Tarangire Park, in the park´s unspoilt wilderness zone far away from other lodges and camps, where off-road game driving and walking safaris are allowed.