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Maweninga Camp

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"The busy location in the north of Tarangire takes something away from Mawe Ninga. It's a shame as this is a lovely camp."


Mawe Ninga aims at providing an authentic small lodge experience at a mid-level price. It is run by the local Maasai and is relatively cheap. However, we find it a bit basic so prefer to send clients who are looking for this price bracket to Tarangire Balloon Camp, as we believe that it offers a higher level of service and conventional comforts.


Located in the West of Tarangire National Park, Mawe Ninga Tented Camp sits on a ridge overlooking the soda lake of Lake Burungi, with Lake Manyara far in the background. 


The lodge is quite modest, with 12 canvas tents raised on wooden decks. They are divided into a bedroom and a bathroom/dressing room area. They are very simple with log beds, a coat stand, lamps, a small canvas shower and chemical toilet.


  • Mawe Ninga Tented Camp is well-situated for exploring the central and southern more remote areas of the park and game drives make the most of Tarangire's wildlife. 

*This property is unfenced and located in a wildlife area, so large and potentially dangerous animals do pass through. If you opt to stay here, always be alert when walking around the camp and request for a member of staff to escort you if you have any concerns. Any guest is escorted after dark as a matter of course.

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