Tarangire Treetops is an adult dream and a childhood fantasy. As African safaris go, that is a pretty potent combination. Take the adult yearning for freedom, wilderness and untamed wildlife. Then graft it onto your inner child’s fairy tale tree house up in the air and far from every-day reality. There you have Treetops, stilted premier residences high amongst the branches of ancient baobab trees, overlooking the dense dry vegetation awash with fascinating wildlife to the farthest horizon.
Tarangire Treetops is tucked into a secluded, wooded hillside on Maasai land, with the added benefit of its situation outside the Tarangire National Park, and therefore not subject to Tanzanian park tour restrictions.
Tarangire Treetops main lodge building is itself built around a thousand year old baobab. Another 20 of the giant trees each support a thatched tree house boasting the biggest tree bedrooms you are ever likely to encounter on vacation in Africa, set on broad wooden platforms with large verandahs overlooking the woodlands and a waterhole where animals gather in the evening.
Exotic and luxurious bathrooms with en-suite double showers are supplied with perfumed toiletries, slippers, robes and a hairdryer. Hand-crafted wooden structure and furnishings demonstrate commitment to sustainable living while 24-hour electricity, fans, electronic personal safe, and intercom connection to the main building make for comfort and convenience. A