Boundary Hill was our last stop on a 9 day safari in September, and it was a treat. We did not experience any issues with electric outages or run down rooms- maybe they recently refurbished?
It was nice having electricity and hot water 24 hours. this was our only lodging with that on our trip! the shower was wonderful- good pressure. Nice, comfortable bed with a mosquito net. The highlight for sure was the beautiful views. we had three walls of floor to ceiling windows, and a wrap around balcony where we spent some time unwinding drinking wine.
the staff was wonderful- so friendly and accommodating. Joseph was a great host, spoke good English and had a good sense of humor. One of the Maasai escorts also spoke a little English, so it was nice to talk directly to him (instead of through a translator).
No walking outside after dark without an escort, but this was our standard experience throughout the trip. We didn't mind.
The dining area was exceptionally beautiful. Also overlooked the cliffs. We loved sitting out there looking at the sky- we saw two shooting stars! We just don't see night skies like that at home. Lovely place, great relaxing way to finish our amazing safari.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Literally perched on the edge of Tarangire National Park, among trees and rock outcrops, the lodge is nestled into the cliffs and huge granite slabs. Built of natural materials, predominantly local stone, wood and burnt brick, Boundary Hill Lodge offers outstanding views over the Silale and Gosuwa swamps, where elephant and buffalo graze among the acacia and baobab trees beneath the vastness of Africa's sky. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Boundary Hill Hotel Tarangire National Park