The Boundary Hill Lodge is located just outside Tarangire National Park in Northern Tanzania high above the savannah where Agama lizards and the red flowers of aloe vera provide a vivid and eye-catching contrast to herbs, grasses and bare rocks.
Accommodation and Meals
The Boundary Hill Lodge offers only 08 very spacious individually designed rooms, the lodge is designed to offer as much privacy as possible. None of the rooms are overlooked.
All of the tents have private sitting areas, spacious balconies and spectacular views. Built in harmony with the environment, among the rocks and cliffs, of natural materials and colors, with fine furnishings, the rooms offer unparalleled comfort and quietly understated luxury. All have en-suite facilities with separate showers and five are double suites with cast-iron baths.
Boundary Hill Lodge will provide a unique African experience and an opportunity to savour the savannah in a very special way.
Boundary Hill Lodge dining and bar areas have been built to make maximum use of existing features and to capitalize on the surrounding views. Natural terraces have been subtly enhanced to provide intimate areas in which to relax and savour the sights and sounds of the savannah below. The smell of freshly baked breads emanating from the outdoor oven, together with fish, meat and vegetables sizzling on the barbecue tempt the senses and provide a gentle contrast and climax to the day’s activities. Fine food in stunning surroundings.
Closest Airport to Boundary Hill Lodge :
Lake Manyara Airstrip 64.0 KM
Closest Properties Boundary Hill Lodge
- Tarangire Treetops Lodge 5.52 KM
- Tarangire Sopa Lodge 13.7 KM
- Kikoti Tented Camp 14.83 KM
- Tarangire Safari Lodge 18.47 KM
- Maweninga Camp 23.1 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.