Tarangire National Park

This park has large number of baobab trees dotting the Landscape of this 1003-square miles (2600-km) park make it one of the most scenic reserves in Africa – and one of the many favorites. Tarangire is the best park on the northern circuit to see lions in trees and large numbers of the elephant.

Tourist should not be missed to visit this Park, wildlife viewing is excellent, especially from June to February when many different animals concentrate near the only permanent water sources in the area – the Tarangire River and its tributaries. Its large population of elephants.

In addition to the migrating herbivores including elephant, buffalo, wildebeest and zebra, there are numerous resident animals that remain in the park all year round. Resident herbivores that you will likely encounter are banded mongoose, giraffe, bushbuck, rock hyrax, hartebeest, dik dik, impala, waterbuck, warthog and reedbuck.

Extra Activities To Take During Safari

Tanzania’s most underrated safari destination, Tarangire National Park is home to the country’s largest elephant population and a broad variety of other animals including lions, buffalo, primates, zebras, giraffes, and more.

Night Game Drive
Many of Africa’s animals, especially its predators, are particularly active after dark. While it is not possible to drive within the park after hours, by driving along the fringes of the park it is possible to spot a variety of animals with the aid of a spotlight.
It is important to note that, as with all activities focused on wild animals, we cannot guarantee that you will see anything while on a night game drive.

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