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Tarangire Treetops

Budget Standard Luxury Campsite Permanent Campsite Lodge Hotel

Fast Facts

  • 20 tree houses
  • In room safe
  • Room fans
  • Laundry service
  • Infinity pool
  • Internet in public areas
  • Baby sitting
  • Room service
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

General Information

Floating amongst the baobab and marula trees experience the breathtaking panoramas of wide savannah grasslands. Tarangire Treetops is set in the Tarangire Conservation Area and lies southwest of Arusha and south of the large open grass plains of southern Maasailand.

Tarangire Treetops presents an experience that is both truly elite in its setting and lavish in its style with the ambience of wildness that characterizes Africa’s luxury safari lodge experience. You will find this stunning lodge at the end of a long road that winds its way through a stunningly beautiful patchwork of grassy savanna and looming baobab trees. You will feel like you are in the deepest depths of the true Africa safari experience. Each treehouse is perched up in the Baobab and Marula trees and has a large private balcony and stunning views.

The accommodation consists of 20 entirely open fronted luxury tree houses made from local natural materials and embellished with modern décor. The rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated. Each tree house has a large private deck that invites you to soak in Tarangire’s magical landscape. As soon as you enter the room you will be drawn into a world of tranquility and wellbeing.

This unforgettable property reflects the magic of Tanzania. Just when you think you have experienced pure bliss you will arrive in luxury. Tarangire Treetops presents an experience that is truly unique in both its setting and style.


Tarangire Treetops is 85 kilometres from Arusha and is situated just outside the eastern border of Tarangire National Park.