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Set in a grove of acacia and kigelia trees on the banks of the Tarangire River, and near to one of the main game routes, Kuro Tarangire occupies a fantastic location for game viewing in the heart of the Tarangire National Park.
Nomad Tanzania hold Tarangire close to their hearts as it was the first stomping ground of their head guide Richard Knocker, as well as being the location of one of the first ever camps. Where today's camp operates is just a stone's throw from the Tarangire River, as well as being within game drive range of the Silale and Gursi Swamps, making it perfect for prime wildlife spotting.
There are just six spacious safari tents, and each has a comfortable bed, verandah and simple ensuite bathroom with bucket shower and flushing eco-toilets. Solar powered lighting and hot water are provided too. Meals are a communal affair, served in the open air, grass thatched lounge and dining room, which is furnished with canvas, hides and colourful textiles.
This area is great for walking, day and night drives, and particularly well known for big herds of buffalo and elephant, prides of lion and exceptional birdlife; Tarangire is second only to the infamous Serengeti for wildlife concentration.