We stayed 3 days in the Boundary Hill Lodge in December 2012. When receiving our travel itinerary by Eastco Safari we were pleased to read about this eco-friendly lodge where part of the proftis go to the local Masai. After 6 days of safari we arrived in the Tarangire Conservation Area. It was hotter in this area as in the Serengeit, so after some hours in the jeep, I really was looking forward to have a shower. When entering our room we were amazed by the stunning view although we already had seen pictures. You have to see it with your own eyes! Unfortunately I cannot stand the heat so well, so I fell sick for a day, but.. I couldn't imagine a better place to get sick. The bath tub on the balcony was just great! I really enjoyed taking a bath with such an amazing view. We enjoyed the night safari, a visit to a little Masai village, a walk in the conservation area and ofcourse the day safari and seeing so much game in the Tarangire national Park. Really would recommend Boundary Lodge as a very comfortable base to explore this region.
- 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