Kipepeo campsite

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A special campsite near the north eastern end of Tarangire national park, an open field near one of the river's tributaries. It has no facilities and campers have to bring their own tents, food and equipment.

As per special campsite, pre booking is required prior to its use.

What to do there?Camping a lot closer to wild animals - in an area where they can and do visit from time to time. Also game drives of it and nearby areas, bush meals etc. with the need for possibly hiring a park ranger for security.

A larger list of places of that you may like to visit inside Tarangire can be found on our attractions page.

Best time to visit?The dry seasons of July to February every year, with the possibility of short rains in November.

Location of Kipepeo campsiteKipepeo campsite is located about 20 minutes south of Tarangire national park's main gate, amidst open plains with a few baobab trees and thorn bushes. It also sits close to the park's north eastern border and exit point at Boundary hill gate.

For more information on this location, please see the map below.

How to get there?By air or by road, with the first having the option of using several airstrips nearby - though these mostly serve small regional flights. THe larger international ones are located a bit further out and may require a connection depending on where you are from.

Getting here by road could be done via a self drive safari using a rental or private vehicle, or a driven safari provided by a tour operator. Daily park tariffs for the self driven option include conservation fees, vehicle fees and possibly camping or accommodation fees - if spending the night inside the park.

For more information on park fees and tariffs, please see the TANAPA website.

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