Tarangire Treetops is located within the 57000 acre Tarangire Conservation Area straddling the wet-season migration route into the adjacent Tarangire National Park. Home to a unique ecosystem, the area has all the same species of wildlife as the Tarangire National Park, including buffalo, lion, cheetah, leopard and elephant. Huge herds of elephant frequent the site of the camp on their way to watering in the Sand River, ensuring year-round resident game. Tarangire Treetops features 20 luxury en-suite rooms, built atop tree-attached platforms, overlooking the Tarangire Sand River. The camp has been superbly blended into the environment with the sleeping platforms built into a variety of Baobab, Mopani and Wild Fig trees. Each en-suite unit has a private veranda and lounge area, with sweeping views over the private Conservation area. The rooms' walls are in fact flaps, which can be rolled up to create the feel of a true open tree house. The Baobab Bar is built around a gracious old Baobab and guests can enjoy cocktails whilst watching the incredible Tarangire sunsets. Leading off the bar, the spacious and tranquil dining area with its thatched roof and open sides is the perfect setting for the excellent cuisine. The dining room, reception and lounge overlook the swimming pool and a waterhole that sees a constant flow of visitors. The camp also offers the unique facility of night drives and game walks, including a special trail for mountain biking. Armed rangers whose knowledge of the bush is legendary accompany all ventures.