An open field that serves as a special campsite on the northern end of Tarangire national park
, a short drive south of the Tarangire river. There are no facilities onsite and all campsers have to bring their own tent, food and equipment.
Unlike public campsites, special campsites have to be booked before use as they are exclusive to the group or individual that books them. Booking a ranger might also be necessary for security from animals.What to do there?
Spend a night camping in the wild, away from most civilization, with a bit less security and more animals than you would find at a public campsite. For a list of other things to see in the park, please see our attractions page
.Best time to visit
The dry seasons, anytime not in the rainy season of march to June - though the park is accessible all year round.Location of Mibuyu mingi campsite
Mibuyu mingi campsite is in Tarangire national park, about a half hour drive from the main gate and park headquarters. It is also about a 5 minute drive from the river, as well as Tarangire's public campsite number 1.
For more information on this location, please see the map below.How to get there
By road or air, with the later having the option of three park airstrips nearby or other outside it such as Arusha
airport or lake Manyara
airstrip; However, most of these are for regional flights, with the long range international ones requiring use of other airports further out.
The road option could be via a self drive safari - using a private or rental vehicle, or via a driven safari using a tours vehicle. Park tariffs for a normal self game drive usually include conservation fees, vehicle fees and possibly camping or accommodation fees.
Tariffs for a tours safari may vary but usually include park tariffs. For more information on park fees and tariffs, please see the TANAPA website