Nimali Tarangire
Nimali Tarangire Tent Nimali Tarangire Bathroom
Nimali Tarangire Tent
Nimali Tarangire Bathroom

Nimali Tarangire

Nimali Tarangire is an exclusive luxury lodge located on the eastern boundary of Tarangire National Park that is renowned for its stunning baobab trees and large concentration of elephants. The lodge is situated alongside the riverbed and well hidden amongst the acacia & baobab trees.

Natural materials are merged with contemporary decor, to provide guests with a unique and unforgettable bush experience. The main areas comprise of a spacious lounge, library and a central dining area that overlooks the swimming pool and a waterhole that attracts wildlife.

Selections of safari books are available for guests to read. Every evening, guests are able to relax in the lounge and have sundowners by the fireplace. Under the personalized attention and care of our courteous and attentive staff, our guests are spoilt in every way; all their needs and comforts are catered for. Every effort is made to ensure that guests feel at home and have an amazingly unique Tanzanian experience.

Country

Tanzania

Highlights

Tarangire National Park is among the most diverse Parks in Tanzania. The Park is 2850 sq. km (1,096 sq. miles) in size and is located 118 km (75 miles) southwest of Arusha.  Tarangire is a little gem on the Northern safari circuit, especially if you love Elephants. Tarangire boasts large herds of Elephants and provides excellent habitat for Lion, Leopard, Buffalo and many Antelope species unique to East Africa. These include Lesser Kudu,
Fringe Eared Oryx and Grants Gazelle. Herds of up to 300 Elephants dig for water in the dry riverbeds for underground streams, while migratory Wildebeest, Zebra, Buffalo, Impala, Gazelle, Hartebeest and Eland crowd the plains. Thousands of animals migrate to Tarangire National Park from Manyara National Park during the dry season. The park is home to more than 550 species and the habitat is completely different from other parks.  A retreat for bird lovers, the park swamps have one of the largest selections of breeding birds anywhere in the world. The Yellow Collared Love birds are usually seen along the Tarangire River.

Need to Know

The wildlife has been spectacular at Nimali Tarangire recently After a little rain, the river has been flowing in front of camp and wild flowers are out everywhere. Guests have spotted cheetah, leopard and lion all from camp and regular sightings at the waterhole include buffalo, waterbuck, zebra, wildebeest and elephant. We also had a prewedding photo shoot at the lodge with some beautiful new photography now available.  The Camp will be closed during the long rains Apr-May.


SafarisSafaris


GAME DRIVES - Game drives with professional guides providing great sighting and
knowledge of the wild animals. Guests expect to see huge herds of Elephants, tree climbing Lions and also animals unique to East Africa such as Lesser Kudu, Fringe Eared Oryx & Grants Gazelle.
NIGHT GAME DRIVES - Night game drives are an opportunity for the guests to see the
nightlife of the park and reveal the elusive magic of nocturnal Africa. Night game drives must be booked in prior to arrival in order to guarantee space.
WALKING SAFARIS - Enjoy and learn about the nature and observe the wildlife with our
experienced & knowledgeable walking guides along with an armed Ranger. Get up close and personal with the wildlife whilst taking a walking safari. Walking Safaris are best done in the morning and must be booked prior to arrival.
FLY & BUSH CAMPING - Fly camping is for those looking for an adventurous experience. It is a small and intimate lightweight camp setup in an exclusive area away from the main camp and usually booked as part of a walking safari. This must be booked prior to arrival at the lodge.


Wildlife HighlightsWildlife Highlights

Tarangire National Park is among the most diverse Parks in Tanzania. The Park is 2850 sq. km (1,096 sq. miles) in size and is located 118 km (75 miles) southwest of Arusha.  Tarangire is a little gem on the Northern safari circuit, especially if you love Elephants. Tarangire boasts large herds of Elephants and provides excellent habitat for Lion, Leopard, Buffalo and many Antelope species unique to East Africa. These include Lesser Kudu,
Fringe Eared Oryx and Grants Gazelle. Herds of up to 300 Elephants dig for water in the dry riverbeds for underground streams, while migratory Wildebeest, Zebra, Buffalo, Impala, Gazelle, Hartebeest and Eland crowd the plains. Thousands of animals migrate to Tarangire National Park from Manyara National Park during the dry season. The park is home to more than 550 species and the habitat is completely different from other parks.  A retreat for bird lovers, the park swamps have one of the largest selections of breeding birds anywhere in the world. The Yellow Collared Love birds are usually seen along the Tarangire River.
SPECIES AVAILABLE
􀁕 Elephant
􀁕 Leopard
􀁕 Lion
􀁕 Buffalo
􀁕 Greater Kudu
􀁕 Lesser Kudu
􀁕 Warthog
􀁕 Fringe eared oryx
􀁕 Zebra
􀁕 Impala
􀁕 Bush Buck
􀁕 Bush Pig
􀁕 Baboon
􀁕 Common Duiker
􀁕 White bearded Wildebeest
􀁕 Cokes Hartebeest
􀁕 Gerenuk

Local ActivitiesLocal Activities

TARANGIRE BALLOON SAFARI - Balloon Safaris are done in the mornings & must be booked prior to arrival at the Lodge.
MAASAI VILLAGE TOUR - The Maasai village tour offers an insight to the livelihood and culture of the Maasai people. Guests will have an opportunity to watch the Maasai sing and dance as they play an important role in Maasai culture. Tours can be organized and must be booked prior to arrival.
BIRD WATCHING - Tarangire boasts a large number of Birds. This can be booked with our guides.

BUSH LUNCH & DINNER - Depending on the weather one must book a bush lunch and dinner. It is truly a magical experience. A private bush lunch setup while on safari is a delightful surprise and a memorable experience. While, a romantic candle light dinner under
the star lit African sky is an experience not to be missed.
CHAMPAGNE BUSH BREAKFAST - Enjoying a champagne bush breakfast is the perfect way of starting your safari experience.
SUNDOWNERS - A perfect end to a perfect day! Enjoy a cold drink as you watch the
dramatic shades of the African sunset and ponder over the day’s experiences.

Spa massage on offer, needs to be prebooked.

FacilitiesFacilities

  • EN SUITE SHOWERS & FLUSH TOILETS
  • TWIN VANITY BASIN
  • BATHROBES
  • HAIR DRYER
  • IN ROOM ELECTRONIC SAFE
  • LAUNDRY SERVICE
  • PRIVATE VERANDAH OVERLOOKING THE RIVER BED
  • 24 HOURS WATER
  • SOLAR & GENERATOR POWER
  • WRITING DESK
  • ROOM FANS
  • BATTERY CHARGING FACILITIES
  • LODGE POOL
  • INTIMATE WEDDINGS & HONEYMOON
  • SELECTION OF SAFARI BOOKS & GAMES

AccommodationAccommodation

The lodge has 6 well-spaced tented suites with private verandas overlooking the Sand
River. From their private verandas, guests can relax and unwind as they take in the sights
and sounds of the natural surroundings. The tents are designed with a contemporary look and fixed bathroom walls and wooden doors. They are comfortably furnished and have an en suite bathroom with hot showers and flush toilets.  Nimali Tarangire ensures an authentic safari experience while offering every comfort.

SeasonSeason

The high season runs from mid June through to October which is when the best elephant viewing is to be had, however there is resident and good game year round.  The camp closes during the long rains in April and May.

Average StayAverage Stay

3-4 nights

Average PriceAverage Room Prices

(per person per night unless otherwise stated)

$750 High Season

$650 Low Season

Children PolicyChild Policy

Children Rates & Policy:

Children below 6yrs are not allowed. We only accept children of all ages when the Camp is booked exclusively

Children aged 6-15 yrs sharing with adults pays 50% of adult rate

Children aged 6-15 yrs occupying their own room they pay 75% of adult rate

Children aged 16yrs & older they pay Full adult rate

Children below the age of 16yrs are not allowed to participate in Walking Safaris and Fly & Bush Camping

Contact and Social Media

To find out more call us on +44 (0)1865 982290 or email us at enquiries at safariawards.com.

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