TTT wildlife Hide opens

We are pleased to confirm that the Wildlife hide in the Randilen Wildlife Management Area is now complete and ready for visitors. It has a great viewing area under ground for close encounters with the animals visiting the water hole, giving guests opportunities for some great low angle photographers of elephants, plains game or a number of other animals that seek refreshment.

Alternatively for avid birders, this is a chance to enjoy some of northern Tanzania’s finest birding. The acacia woodland habitat and plains with fever-tree groves support a variety of species, including three Tanzanian endemics and near-endemics: Ashy Starling, Yellow-collared Lovebird, and Rufous-tailed Weaver. The lush grasses are full of ground birds like Northern White-bellied Bustard and both Red-necked and Yellow-necked Francolins.

Randilen is a community Wildlife Management Area (WMA) managed and governed by the Maasai community. It is land that they have set aside, to improve their lives and ensure their children’s futures. We protect this unique area so that it continues to support the people and wildlife that depend on it. Your stay contributes to the sustainability of the wildlife and Tarangire Ecosystem as a whole.

When staying at Elewana Tarangire Treetops, guests enjoy a secluded and private safari experience, as the camp is located in the WMA, activities such as bush walks and night game drives are possible, which are not permitted in many other areas. Bush walks allow guests to get “up close and personal” with nature, and experience the bush to a more intimate degree. Alternatively, a night game drive with the option to go off road, in the African bush affords the opportunity to see an array of creatures who prefer the cover of darkness, the African bush hosts a different assortment of creatures after the sun goes down.

Encasing an impressive baobab tree, the spacious and tranquil reception, lounge and dining room overlook the swimming pool and a waterhole that sees a steady flow of wild animal visitors. The luxury tree-top rooms, elevated above the ground afford incredible views over the tops of surrounding marula and baobab trees. With a wide private balconies, each are lavishly furnished using natural materials that are blended with contemporary Africana décor, to provide guests with a unique and most memorable safari experience.

world luxury hotels award

Elewana Kifaru House and Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp are nominees for the 2019 World Luxury Hotel Awards.

If you believe that either one or both these properties deserve recognition, please visit the World Luxury Hotel page between 1st July and the 31st July and cast your vote.