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Nyikani Camp Tarangire

  • An exciting camp in the south region of Tarangire
  • Thirteen comfortable tents, all with a private veranda
  • Pleasant lounge tent, dining tent, education centre, campfire area
  • Great game drives and walking safaris
When To Visit Tarangire National Park:
When To Visit Tarangire National Park:
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"A camp that offers very good rates especially when combined with its sister properties in the Serengeti. A decent option overall, but one that faces steep competition in the park."


Nyikani Camp Tarangire (formerly called Kichuguu) is situated in the south of Tarangire and is designed to look like the termite mounds that are in abundance throughout the national park.


Nyikani Camp Tarangire may be accessed via road transfer from Tarangire Gate, a journey of 45 minutes. Alternatively, guests may fly in to Kuro Airstrip, which is just 5 minutes from camp. The site is surrounded by acacia trees and the property is eco-friendly, using solar power and recycled materials.


Communal facilities are housed in two canvas tents – one for lounging and one for dining. Each boasts furniture sourced from Arusha, set out on a smart wooden floor. The lounge tent contains plenty of comfy chairs and sofas around coffee tables, in an array of cool colors – blue, purple, and mauve. There is also a drinks cabinet. In the dining tent, chic wooden tables flanked by upright chairs are neatly laid for meals involving gourmet Swahili cuisine. The education center, intended primarily for young safarists, includes termite mounds in its design, while the campfire area a short distance from the tents is perfect for gatherings come nightfall – here you can chat with fellow travelers about your safari day!

Guest accommodation at Kichuguu consists of 13 tents, all dotted around the grounds with 15–20 meters between them. Like the communal tents, each is canvas with a wooden floor. There are 12 tents that guests can opt for a king-size bed, twin beds, or triple beds, and one tent that is used as a family room. Other features include bedside tables and lighting, a writing desk and chair, a digital safe, and a power point with universal adaptor. The palette is similar to that of the lounge tent, though with more of an emphasis on a calm slate blue. A curtained aperture within a partition wall leads to the en-suite facilities, comprising flush toilet, twin washbasins, and classic bucket shower! At the front of each tent is a private veranda, with chairs and a small table. This is a smashing little spot for checking out the local wildlife.


  • Activities from Nyikani Camp Tarangire focus on seeing all the animal action – big and small! – of Tarangire.
  • Game drives are available by day and by night, and you can also take part in walking safaris.
  • The sprawling plains, vast woodlands, swamplands, and river valleys of the national park are home to a very impressive assortment of predators and herbivores.
  • Lion, leopard, cheetah, and wild dog are just a few of the meat-eaters you can expect to see here, while among the vegetarians are elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala, and eland.
  • There are primates too, such as vervet monkey and olive baboon, and those famous termite mounds are highly popular with mongoose!
  • Bird species number over 550, and the park holds plenty of interest for fans of insects and plants.

*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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