Osupuko Lodge Tarangire

Details

Details of Osupuko Lodge Tarangire

Tarangire Osupuko Lodge cottages are built in a well refined Maasai huts design with all en-suiteRooms
ROOMS:
8 spacious bungalows overlooking the famous Tarangire National Park Four spacious family bungalows overlooking the famous Tarangire National Park

  • Inside & outside shower
  • Charging facilities 220 voltage
  • Hair dryer & shaver facility
  • 100 litres hot shower available 24/7
  • Each room has two balconies (Backside & Front side)
  • Each room has one cooling fan
  • Front verandah for sun-rise and back verandah for sundown
  • Wake up call service available with hot & cold beverages
  • Restaurant


Restaurant overlooking Tarangire National Park

  • Breakfast service served from 07H00 to 09H30
  • Buffet meals can be served on request
  • Lunch service served from 12H30 to 14H00
  • Dinner service served from 19H00 to 21H30
  • In-house beverages available during meals time
  • Special diets can be arranged for diabetic and all those having dietary restrictions
  • Lounge
  • Well stocked open bar overlooking the famous Tarangire National Park
  • Evening hot refreshments served with assorted snacks
  • Variety of local cocktails
  • Library with old story books, local games and magazines
  • Premium wines and whiskies available on extra cost
  • Big balcony with spectacular views of Tarangire National Park .

WEDDING AND HONEYMOON PACKAGES AVAILABLE!

Short Overview

Tarangire National Park Osupuko Lodge is located approximately 116-kms from Arusha Town, 36-kms from Makuyuni (Tarangire National Park – Manyara Junction), 64-kms from Kuro Airstrip, 86-kms from Lake Manyara National Park National Park and Manyara Airstrip respectively, 110-kms from Arusha Airport and 5-kms from Tarangire National Park National Park main gate.

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