Nimali Tarangire

Nimali Tarangire

Capture the stillness and serenity of remote safari plains from elegant tented suites, designed to honor the vivid landscape and captivating wildlife of Tanzania.

‘Nimali’ is a Swahili word for wealth. Nimali Africa believes nature is Africa’s greatest wealth. Hence, hidden on a remote 1,400-acre private concession in the northern safari circuit, Nimali Tarangire acts as a connection between nature and human life. It is strategically located on the eastern boundary of the Tarangire National Park, away from the hustle and bustle of safari vehicles, providing captivating views of the flourishing elephant population and surrounding baobab and acacia trees. 

 

With the intention of immersing guests in nature, the camp was designed with contemporary and organic decor that showcases nature-inspired Tanzanian style. The camp sits perfectly amongst the trees and plains, with a pool overlooking a waterhole often visited by the region’s roaming wildlife. Using solar-powered appliances and with a no-plastic policy, the camp focuses on conserving energy and preserving wildlife. 

 

Highlights & Activities

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Floating above the plains on a balloon safari
Enjoy one of the iconic experiences of Africa, floating gently over the plains, as the sun rises, with a bird’s-eye view of the wildlife and stunning escape.
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Kids on Safari
Nimali Tarangire offers a selection of activities for kids to ensure their engagement with nature. Activities include nature walks to identify animal tracks, insects, and birds; Swahili cooking lessons and stargazing.
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Dining in the bush
Experience this magical dining adventure amidst the extraordinary natural setting of a 1,400-acre private concession in the heart of safari country that becomes your own personal dining room.
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Spa Treatments
Explore a range of spa journeys and healing treatments in the privacy of your suite. Let the blend of oils take you beyond tranquility and relaxation, in the hands of skilled therapists.
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Toasting the sunset with sundowners
Enjoy a cold drink and gourmet snacks as you watch the dramatic hues of the setting sun and listen to the evening sounds of the African bush.

Regenerative Impact

Founded on the belief that nature is Africa’s greatest wealth, Nimali Tarangire unites people with the natural elements to provide guests with a sense of undisturbed time and space.

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With the intention of immersing guests in nature, the camp was designed with contemporary and organic decor that showcases the natural kopje rock. Tents fit perfectly amongst the trees and boulders with a show stopping traditional boma and swimming pool overlooking the waterhole.
Working against encroachment, Nimali Tarangire employs local people as a part of their anti-poaching team with the mission to save the natural environment and wildlife. It makes sure to conserve the natural habitat, providing education on sustainable solutions to the human-wildlife conflict, particularly for the villages on the front line.
Operating on fully solar-powered appliances such as solar water pumps, heaters, and solar fridges, the property minimizes its impact on the land.
There’s a no-plastic policy with refillable water bottles provided for game drives. There is also a recycling program in place in Arusha that ensures all items are returned from Nimali camps to this recycling center.

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Hotel Location

Nimali Tarangire

Set in the more remote area of the Tarangire National Park boundary, Nimali Tarangire enjoys a beautiful combination of swamp and river landscape. The Tarangire area is a lesser known, more private part of the African safari scene and is well known for its huge elephant population and spectacular baobab trees.

Hotel Address

Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

Closest Airport

Arusha Airport

Travel Time From Airport

2.5 hour drive

RT+ Membership Perks

Receive $99 travel credit towards a 3 minimum night stay

– On arrival a welcome basket and complimentary bottle of sparkling wine in the room.
– A free gift from Tarangear. (Worth 20USD)
– The opportunity to visit one of the local community schools we support.

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