Kikoti Tented Camp
Situated in the heart of the Maasai plains, just 6km from Tarangire National Park, Kikoti is a place where visitors come as guests and leave as friends.
Six kilometres from Tarangire National Park and three hours’ drive from Arusha, Kikoti is also reachable by charter plane, arriving at Kuru, with a shorter drive to the camp.
Accommodation and Meals
Kikoti’s rooms are beautiful raised luxury bandas, with spectacular views of the hills, looking down into the national park. In total, there are 8 double rooms and 10 twin rooms, built from natural materials in tune with their environment, with a design that echoes safari tents from years past.
Simple and elegant, the rooms at Kikoti Tented Camp are decorated in warm caramel and creams, with stylish en-suite bathrooms.
The beds at Kikoti Tented Camp are wonderfully comfortable, perfect to sink into after a long day’s safari.
A breakfast buffet, with breakfast boxes provided for early morning game drives.
Packed lunches can also be arranged but for the guests in camp, Dinner is served between 7:30pm and 9:00pm and is the ideal opportunity to swap bush tales with other guests.
The bar itself is made from local woods, with animals carved out of African ebony and jacaranda wood.
There is a wide selection of South African wines, Tanzanian beers, whiskies, spirits, soft drinks and sodas, and the bartender is more than happy to make you a cocktail.
Closest Airport Kikoti Tented Camp
Arusha Airstrip 73.0 KM
Closest Properties to Kikoti Tented Camp
- Boundary Hill Lodge 14.83 KM
- Tarangire Sopa Lodge 18.7 KM
- Tarangire Treetops Lodge 20.33 KM
- Naitolia Tarangire Camp 24.2 KM
- Maweninga Camp 30.06 KM
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park with its magnificent baobab trees and great diversity of wildlife is a compact and beautiful park that earns its place on any safari itinerary in Tanzania. Year-round water makes it particularly good for game. The Tarangire River in flood is a powerful beast, pouring out lakes into the landscape that survives, in lakes and swampy areas, throughout the dry season. Outside the Serengeti and Ngorongoro it has Tanzania’s greatest concentrations of wildlife – but far fewer visitors. Tarangire has a large population of elephant, often seen in their hundreds, migrant ungulates including specialist dry-country species such as the gerenuk and fringe-eared oryx. The birdlife is excellent, with one of the highest species counts this side of Tanzania