Tarangire National Park

Tanzania

The least-celebrated of the parks on Tanzania’s well-trodden ‘Northern Circuit” the Tarangire National Park is arguably the most rewarding of them all to visit, offering an amazing wildlife viewing experience in an incredible landscape studded with baobab trees and termite mounds. Perennial rivers run through the park and help to attract a huge volume of wildlife.Tarangire is a classic “dry season” park and the best time to visit is between June and October, with much of the wildlife dispersing outside of this period. It is especially well known for large herds of elephant, as well as excellent lion and leopard sightings, as well as over 550 bird species.Accommodation can be found both within the park and on the edge, although staying in the park allows visitors to enjoy the full range of Tarangire’s activities including day and night time game drives, guided walks and even overnight fly camping experiences. Access is via either driving or flying in from Arusha and Tarangire is ordinarily the first stop on a safari trip through northern Tanzania.

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