Sanctuary Swala is located in a secluded area of Tarangire National Park, which is famous for large herds of elephants and spectacular baobab trees. Not only that but Tarangire National Park is probably the most exciting but least visited in Tanzania.
In the heart of Maasai country and a remote corner of Tarangire, in total seclusion amongst giant acacia trees and looking out beyond the flat savannah, Sanctuary Swala offers a very exclusive safari experience in Tarangire National Park. The picturesque landscape is filled with ancient baobab trees, ambling elephants and birds in flight. Built to the highest eco-friendly standards, this camp has a particularly low-carbon footprint. The star attraction must be the waterhole a few hundred yards from the dining tent – and within sight of your private terrace.
Sanctuary Swala boasts 12 luxurious canvas pavilions, each with a large open-plan living area, king-size bed and en-suite bathroom and both indoor and outdoor showers.
Enjoy a refreshing dip in the stunning infinity pool at Sanctuary Swala and take in the outstanding views over the waterhole and baobab filled valley beyond.
The designers of Sanctuary Swala have been careful to keep the feeling of living in the African bush. Luxury and wilderness experience are balanced. So guests will benefit from the unparalleled on-the-spot guiding expertise, and the option of taking part in walking safaris in Tarangire National Park.
Sanctuary Swala Camp is one of the finest tented camps in East Africa.
Luxury Tented RoomsEach of the twelve luxurious canvas pavilions is shaded by tall acacia trees and all are within sight of the well-frequented water hole which regularly draws lions, leopards and resident bull elephants for which Sanctuary Swala is famed.
The tents feature a spacious open plan arrangement with comfortable king or twin beds, campaign chairs and plush sofas, as well as en suite bathroom with both indoor and outdoor shower. Each tent has its own personal attendant who will attend to guests’ every need. The main dining area, deck and library are lifted on stilts around an enormous and ancient baobab tree.
Wi-Fi available in the rooms.