Osupuko Lodge Tarangire

Osupuko Lodge is run by friendly and attentive staff, who make you feel welcome.

The Lodge cottages are round huts built in the Masaai style, with large windows designed to give you spectacular views of animals grazing nearby. There are 8 spacious bungalows and 4 spacious family bungalows with superb views over the Tarangire National Park.

The rooms at Osupuko Lodge are well equipped, with an inside and an outside shower, hair dryer and shaver facilities, charging facilities and a cooling fan. A wake up call service is available with hot and cold beverages. Each room has two verandahs with aspects to suit sun-rise and sundown.

The Restaurant overlooks Tarangire National Park and serves simple, but tasty, well presented fare between set times for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Buffet meals are also served on request.

There is a well stocked open bar with a large balcony with spectacular views of the National Park. This offers hot refreshments and assorted snacks in the evenings and also serves a variety of cocktails and premium wines and whiskies for an extra cost.

The Library provides old story books, local games and magazines for your entertainment.

Osupuko Lodge boasts a large swimming pool and many activities can be arranged for you from the Lodge. Activities include: cycling through the beautiful Village of Kakoi, an early morning foot-print walk, nature/bird walks, visits to community development projects and Maasai Bomas, Maasai Dance entertainment and bead making lessons.

Reviews


  1. Anne-Lise & Gregoire

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    We had a very good impression of the Osupuko Lodge. The location was great as it was very close to the Tarangire park. The room was very spacious, well decorated and comfortable.

    The view was stunning. People there were very welcoming and friendly. The food was good. We also enjoyed the wine that was given to us in the room.

    We also appreciated that it was not too crowded as we were the only guests on the second night.

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