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About Tarangire National Park

The Tarangire National Park is the sixth-largest national park in Tanzania after Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi, and Mkomazi. The name of the park comes from the Tarangire River which crosses through this breath-taking park. Tarangire is famous for its huge number of elephants, baobab trees (which grow in the open acacia woodlands), and tree climbing African pythons, Tarangire is outstanding seasonally for wildlife. In the Dry season, the Tarangire River is a magnet for migratory animals such as hartebeest,  gazelle, buffalo, and elephant – of which there are more than you can imagine. The lion is quite easily spotted at this time, as well. Here are facts about Tarangire National Park.

The Tarangire National park covers a huge area of 2850 km2, located on the southeast of Lake Manyara. The Tarangire National park offers many great Tanzania safari opportunities as it is rich in wildlife, such as zebra, kudu, eland, impala, gazelle, buffalo, wildebeest, leopard, rhino, and lots of smaller mammals. The park is also home to a large array of colorful and unique bird species. The swamps that are scattered throughout Tarangire can hold up to 550 different bird species at once. This makes the area a very popular Tanzania safari region for bird lovers who find themselves captivated for hours and hours.

Even though Tarangire National Park is unknown and relatively undiscovered there are many opportunities to explore the region on walking safaris – a great way to get close to animals without disturbing them and learning more about the smaller things in the bush. If you are looking for a slightly different Tanzania safari experience you can try a day trip to a Maasai or a Barabaig village… there are also hundreds of ancient rock paintings in the vicinity of Kolo on the Dodoma Road.

Depending on what you are looking for (wildlife, bird-watching, etc ) for your Tanzania safari, all year travel to Tarangire National Park is recommended. But, if you would like to see lots of animals then the dry season between June and September is a great time to go on safari. Chat to us about the Tarangire National Park and Tanzania safaris if you are looking for something different and unique. The Tarangire National park can be visited in one, two, or three days depending on the wish of the clients, it is easier to stay inside the park as there are different options of accommodations in Tarangire National Park.

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