Zion campsite is your best camp close to Tarangire National park being only 3km close to Tarangire and 500meters from Arusha -Babati road ,this is best camp to spend a day or night after a long day gamedrive or rest before an anticipated trip the next day Our dear clients are assured of their security and that of their properties for their whole stay at Zion Campsite Tree’s a company and a real representation of wilderness in its purest state, the Zion campsite Tarangire Tanzania
Nevertheless, and fortunately for budget travelers, you can still find a relatively cheap base camp just outside the National Park, which could help you bring costs down.
That’s why, after doing some intensive research Zioncampsite had to Inform all our dear clients that we are committed to help bring your costs down every other time you visit Tarangire National park in Tanzania
Note – By the way, if you really want to bring your costs down, remember that Zion campsite is a safari camp outside of the Tarangire National Park can easily be reached by road either from Arusha or from Dodoma or mwanza. This means that you don’t really need to book an expensive safari hotel in advance but just come with your tent and book your safari once you get here. That could easily cut more than 50% of your total cost. For more information to the largest concentration of mammals, an experience which no traveler wants to miss Reach us “Zion campsite” our contacts at the foot of this website
If you have already done some research, you will see that, in the Tarangire there are really luxurious campsites that charge hundreds and hundreds of USD, even more than many 5-star hotels in Western Europe. However, safaris in the Tarangire can be ridiculously expensive, not only for the entrance fee and the 4×4 rental but, also, because accommodation ain’t cheap, not at all.
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Tarangire national park is known to be a land of diverse landscape and breathtaking vistas an expensive playground capable of satisfying even the most diehard traveler’s wonderlast ,Zion campsite is at the proximity to this park you can spend a night before or after visiting Tarangire
Our Camp is at the proximity to Maasai villages which stretches to Tarangire National park,We can organise a short walking tour to maasai Boma as well as traditional dance at the camp on Request Zion campsite nested in a groove of leuckina trees presented in a classic safari style completely fenced to avoid unnecessary entries and guarantees safety ,security and tranquility to our dear clients to one side there’s a wall and a wiremesh to the other side to allow wind in and view local maasai as they herd back home their cattles in large and small groups, Zion camp is close to a dispensary incase of an emergency
Zion campsite is designed to offer an intimate ambiance with an emphasis on personal services being only 3km from the world renown breathtaking spectacle of the greatest elephants parade of Tarangire park Come with your tents and stay at Zion campsite where there’s free running water, clean modern washrooms with Hot -shower and kitchens
- Our kitchens facilities are free to all our clients who would need to prepare their meals,we will help you get professional and experienced chefs at an extra but low cost we are equipped to ensure you enjoy your stay with us at zion camp ,Our kitchens facilities are free to all our clients who would need to prepare their meals,we will help you get professional and experienced chefs at an extra but low cost we are equipped to ensure you enjoy your stay with us at zion camp ,
Our traditionally erected spacious dining hall adds taste to your meals and drinks Welcome To Our Campfire
A campfire is a fire at a campsite that provides light and warmth. It can also serve as a beacon, and an insect and predator deterrent. Our Established campgrounds often provide a stone fire ring for safety. Campfires are a popular feature of camping in Africa. The word campfire often refers to an event ceremony and get together event at which there is need to exchange ideas around a camp fire. We refer this fire as a campfire. “What Happens Around The Campfire Stays At The Campfire.”
All our facilities have an emphasis on safety and fun,An evening adventure at Zion campsite following dinner Zion gives you another step to warm yourselves arround a campfire and get African tales from your guide/team leader,
Cooking and eating food outdoors makes it taste infinitely better than the same meal prepared and consumed indoors.To wake up on a gloriously bright morning, in a tent pitched beneath African trees, and to look out lazily and sleepily for a moment from the open side of the tent, across the dead camp-fire of the night before to where the light of morning rests and go to bathroom and freshen one’s self with the warm water, and yell exultingly to the birds and lizards, in the very joy of living; or to wake at night, when you have rolled in your blankets in the frost-stricken dying grass without a tent, and to look up through the leaves above to the dark sky and the flashing stars, and hear far off the call of a night bird or the howl of a wolf: this is the poetry, the joy of a wild and roving existence is like a sweet story which cannot come too often” You need to be outdoors
Families visiting Zion sets unprecedented joy to always commemorate “zion camp really worth your stay” You need a holiday.Without the intense touch of nature, you can never fully freshen yourself! Go for a camping at zion camp 6km close to Tarangire andthere both your weary mind and your exhausted body will rise like a morning sun!”Remember this is the only fenced camp close to tarangire National park, we hold a vast tent pitching field under the shadow of African trees migratory and endemic bird species can be spotted in our camp.
Why Zion campsite
No matter which option you choose, you’ll find that camping on a safari in Africa is a truly remarkable experience. The beauty of sleeping outside close to nature and the simple enjoyment of being immersed in the great outdoors really is one of the best ways to enjoy this amazing continent.
Whilst you’re huddled around the campfire, enjoying the cool air that comes after a hot, dry day, don’t forget to look up at the stars. It’s said that you’ll be able to see more in Africa than you can see anywhere else on earth…
You might be wondering: Why go camping? It is one of the most authentic ways to see the great outdoors, but maybe you don’t like dirt, or bugs, or the outdoors for that matter. You should still go camping at least once in your life. Here’s why.
Why Go Camping?
We live on a shrinking planet. World populations continue to grow and put ever-increasing demands on natural resources. Every day, cities are expanding their borders and infringing on surrounding farmlands and forests. Every day, plants and animals are becoming extinct as a result of the expansion of our modern society. The conservation efforts of governments may be able to preserve many forests and public lands for future generations to enjoy but they can’t stop the lines waiting to get into these places from getting unbearably long.Camping requires uncrowded open spaces in order to be appreciated at Zion campsite we have more than this space which ensure your real touch of nature.
Consequently, the opportunities for memorable camping experiences are getting fewer and farther between. What better reason to go camping than to enjoy the outdoors and the scenic wonders of nature while we still can? With popular outdoor destinations requiring reservations as much as a year in advance, the feeling of the outdoors is getting lost in the crowds. More and more it’s becoming necessary to camp in the off-season or to travel great distances in order to find peace or solitude.
There are many valid reasons for escaping the routines of ordinary life, and camping facilitates that escape for many of us. We all need a return to nature now and then, and we all can benefit with a break from our routines. The thought of sitting around a campfire under a clear sky, gazing up at the stars and listening to the sounds of the night can strengthen our bodies, pacify our minds and restore our spirits. Camping is rejuvenating!
Search for your youth and go camping. And, wherever you find peace, stop for a moment and reflect on how blessed you are to be able to live on this marvelous planet that we call campground Earth. Remember to share your love for the outdoors with family and friends and to help pass on some respect for nature to future generations. And as always, leave no trace when camping in the outdoors.
Camping in Africa – a great way to explore Africa’s destinations
Camping in Africa offers some of the best experiences available. It really gives you the opportunity to touch Africa and feel the rawness of this amazing destination! Africa has adorable and excellent campsites available – some with all the bells and whistle; others with no facilities but spectacular settings! Depending on what you choose, you’ll have to prepare for a camping trip in Africa to make the most of the places you visit. You might just need a tent and sleeping bag for some campsites, but for others you will have to be completely self-sufficient, even carry your own water. We offer advise on camping in Africa – from offroad trailer advice to the types ofCamping Tips
When on a camping trip in Africa you always try to make things easier, a bit more comfortable while still enjoying the essence and simplicity of camping. Here are a few camping tips we’ve come to learn as we traveled across Africa over the past few decades on numerous camping trips.
Zion campsite finds it more prudent to share with our clients and followes some of most essential camping Tips
Your tent is your house a CAMP is your home while on a camping trip. Treat it with care and it will give you years of pleasurable camping in the wilds of Africa.
1. Get to know your camping equipment. The last thing you want to do is trying to figure out how to pitch your tent when you arrive at the campsite after a long days driving. zion campsite gives yo you an assistance in pitching your tents
Put up your tent before you leave on your camping trip – it will ensure that everything is there and you get to figure out any tricks without the pressure of an unknown place and possibly doing in the dark! Being able to do it quickly and effectively is extremely valuable.
2. When looking for a place to set up camp, always look for a “natural bed” of soft, flat soil – but avoid the bottom of hills or valleys (where water will end up if it rains!). Choose a flat piece of ground without roots and bumps that might be the cause of an uncomfortable nights sleep. A quick sweep also helps to get rid of small rocks and twigs.
3. Always set up a ground sheet or tarp below your tent to avoid potential damage or water-logging. It also keeps your tent clean so packing up is easy and quick. The ground sheets can then be packed seperately and washed back home.
4. Have a no-shoe policy in the tent. It saves the tent floor and keeps the tent clean. Have a small brush and pan handy to sweep once a day.
4. This one will be down to personal preference but if weight is not a real issue, consider a tent that you can stand upright. It is very helpful to have a tent that’s spacious enough to move around in. A tent should also be able to take your luggage. Don’t use the indication on the manufacturers specufications when it comes to the number of people that can fit into a tent. They don’t take luggage into consideration when choosing this specific spec! Think ‘sardines in a tin’…
5. While camping in a wildlife area never leave or store food in your tent. It attracts wildlife and can cause a dangerous situation. Always store food in the vehicle.
6. Always keep your tent doors zipped up – always! It keeps the bugs, scorpions and snakes out as well as the wild animals. Wildlife doesn’t see a tent as a food basket – it sees it as a closed unit, much like a boulder or a bush – so they generally don’t mess with it – but there has been the exceptions!
Keeping the bugs at bay
There is no one solution that works every other time but here are a few tips to help keep the bugs away.
1. Stay away from wet, grassy areas.
2. Avoid using scented personal products.
3. Wear light colored long sleeve shirts and pants.
4. Wear a hat and a pullneck on your head and neck.
5. Keep cool – bugs are attracted by salt to sweat.
6. Traditional bug and mosquitoesrepellent –
7. For during the day, mix some insect repellant with your sunscreen.
8. Citrus – deters the bugs.
9: Coconut soap and coconut oil – apparently it repels mosquitoes (we haven’t tested this one yet).
General Camping Tips
1. No matter the time of year, dress in (or carry) layers. It’s the easiest and most effective way to control your body temperature.
2. Learn how to use a GPS or map and compass dince even seasoned campers get lost in familiar areas.
3. Practice basic outdoor skills such making a fire at Zion campsite we make a campfires for you, using and sharpening a knife, tying different kinds of knots, and basic survival skills.
4. Have a door mat handy as part of your camping equipment. It works very well outside your tent. But stick it inside for the night if you are camping in a place where hyenas occur. They will make a meal of it if you leave it outside.
5. Always bring a roll of duct tape. It can be used for MANY things!
6. Get a reliable torch – even better, get a torch that serves a dual function. Some of the latest LED torches are so good that it functions as a spotlight too.
7. Head lamps are probably one of the most useful tools in your camping kit. Keep it handy at all times and pack extra batteries.
8. Pack a pair of earplugs. You never know who will be your neighbour in a public campsite.
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