Blessed by the vast natural beauty of Tarangire National Park, Tarangire Sopa Lodge is hidden amidst the kopjes, ancient baobab trees and savannah grasses. The park is home to the greatest concentration of elephants in Africa, and many can be seen around the lodge, allowing for incredible close encounters. With extravagant touches, like perfumed towels and a chilled welcome drink, guests are coddled with comfort as they are welcomed into their sublime surroundings.
The 75 circular guest suites, with their eye-catching conical roofs, fan out from either side of the main public area building. The lodge is not fenced, so wildlife comes and goes as it pleases. Each of the rooms, including four interconnecting rooms and two ADA rooms, has a private lounge, a mini bar, two mosquito-netting-draped queen beds, a spacious, well-appointed bathroom and a sheltered veranda.
The lodge’s public areas have been thoughtfully designed to inspire community while allowing for privacy and comfort when desired. A coffee shop off the reception lobby serves a wide range of Tanzanian highland brews and freshly baked pastries. Downstairs, the dining room awaits with an intricately painted mural and an artful floor of multicolored timbers and copper nails. The restaurant has a terrace for alfresco dining overlooking the park’s tree-studded, grassy plains.
Lunch is typically served at the lodge’s lower level and beside the swimming pool. Additional amenities include a TV room, gift shop, WiFi in all public areas, a library, board games and billiards.
Activities include game drives, hot-air ballooning, and nature walks and night game drives in the conservancies that border the park.
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