Tarangire National Park with its impressive and varied landscape, dabbed with termite hills and inscrutable baobabs, is a great park to visit. However, Tarangire is one of the least visited parks on the northern circuit. It is mainly visited as a stopover while in transit to Ngorongoro and the Serengeti.
Tarangire National Park gets its name from "Tarangire River", which is the main source of water, which supports the different vegetation and natural life. With the terrific mammoth baobab trees, the landscape of Tarangire is unique as compared to other parks in the country.
After Serengeti, Tarangire has the most elevated convergence of wildlife amid the dry season in Tanzania offering mind-boggling game viewing chance. It is acclaimed for its substantial crowds of elephants, once in a while 3000 in numbers; it is likewise known for its tree climbing lions and python.
You can see a lot of impalas, giraffes, dik-diks, warthogs, waterbucks, zebras, wildebeests, mongooses, mandrills and monkeys. African wild dog, kudu, oryx and gerenuk which are once in a while found in the parks of the northern circuit can without much of a stretch be spotted here.
Tarangire has also a rich birdlife with over 550 types of aviary fauna, making it a heaven for bird aficionados. The yellow-apprehended lovebirds, Kori bustards, stocking-thighed ostrich, and hornbills are a portion of the ordinarily seen fowls in Tarangire. So, on don’t miss out this stunning park during your visit to Tanzania!
Tarangire National Park is well connected by roadways and airways.
Tarangire National Park is open for the guest lasting through the year. The best time to visit Tarangire is amid the dry season, from late June to October. You can without much of a stretch detect the untamed life congregating around the Tarangire River for water amid this period.
Tarangire is renowned or its tree-climbing lions, pythons and giant herds' elephant, it has the largest number of elephant in Tanzania.
You can also spot, the usual catchment of predators, wildebeest, zebra, giraffes, impalas, gazelle, oryx and gerenuk.
Tarangirehosts of over 550 species of bird including lovebirds, weavers, ostrich, hornbills and buzzards.
The enigmatic gigantic Baobab trees spread across the parks are one of the main attractions.
You can do an array of activities at Tarangire such as:
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