We spent two nights at Maramboi. They have added two family tents that are a great addition. They are two seperate rooms connected by a patio, great for families. We were actually yje 1st family to occupy the Duma/Faru Tent, Very well decorated and cozy. Obviously being brand new it was in great shape. They operate on solar, and as my teenage daughter took a long shower in the evening we had no hot water in the morning. The grounds are beautiful, and the staff are amazing. My wife and daughter got extremely ill our 1st night there and the staff were extremely helpful and went out of their way to accomodate.
Food quality was good, although it was buffet style with not a great selection. I really enjoyed Maramboi. The biggest downfall is the length from Tarangire. It is about 30 minutes each way which cuts down on game viewing in the park although you can see wildebeest, giraffe, zebra etc right from your room at the camp.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Permanent luxury tents. Situated on a palm tree populated plain close to Lake Manyarawith magnificent views of the Rift Valley in the background. Maramboi Tented Camp features 44 suites, 4 for of them with interconnected rooms, ideally for families with children.The camp has electricity from the main electric supplier, solar panels and with a generator as a backup.Nearest airstrip: Tarangire/Lake Manyara 1 hour away.Activities: Game drives in Tarangire National Park, guided nature walks or swimming pool in the pool. Guest can visit a boma (village) of the local Datoga or Masai people. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Maramboi Tented Camp Hotel Tarangire National Park