Chaka Kichuguu Camp

Details

Details of Chaka Kichuguu Camp

About the rooms

  • 11 tents
  • In-room Safe
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Toiletries
  • Private terrace with amazing view

 

About the lodge

  • Inside the park
  • Outdoor fireplace
  • WiFi
  • Spacious Bar & Lounge
  • 5 minutes driving from Kuru airstrip

Short Overview

Kichuguu, located inside Tarangire National Park, offers guests an African flare, combining gourmet Swahili cuisine with Tanzanian service and style! Kichuguu Camp is perfectly situated in a quiet woodland between the Tarangire River basin and Silale Swamp, making for easy access to excellent game viewing during your stay. Kichuguu ('termite mound' in English) Camp is a thematic representation of the termite mounds that dot the Tarangire landscape. The hidden details and patterns of the intricate mounds appear in the decor and furnishings throughout the camp.

  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • In national parkIn national park
  • Small LodgeSmall Lodge

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