In northern Tanzania, Tarangire National Park is known as the place to see elephants.
Tarangire Treetops is built around a 700-year-old baobab tree, while the 20 tree-houses are wedged on stilts against marula trees.
The rooms are blissful yet simple, from the outside decking to the rustic bed. Each one has an open-plan bathroom with rain shower, plus tented, zip-able walls, offering bush views and natural air-con.
Your guide will take you on game drives including a baboon-friendly picnic, walking safari (not for the easily scared) and a trip to meet the local Masai. After a day's safari, watch the sky glow as the sun descends across the valley.
Wow Factor: Lazing on your sun lounger and watching elephants drink from the waterhole.