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Tarangire NP

Discover Tarangire National Park Today

Tarangire National Park is found 118 km (75miles) southwest of ArushaTown. The dry season is a lovely an ideal opportunity to visit Tarangire, the for quite a while of cloudless skies appear to suck all the dampness from the scene, transforming the wave grasses into bleach blonde, delicate as a straw and it is during this season that the parched elephants and gazelles walk many kilometers to the stream Tarangire, a simple perpetual wellspring of water that streams across the length of the waterway.

In search of underground springs, groups of 300 African elephants plunge into the riverbed’s sodden soil, while wildebeest, zebra, bison, and gazelle blend in with uncommon animal categories such as eland and oryx in each reducing tidal pond. Python travels into the shade of the trees that line Tarangire’s monstrous southern bogs, where it hangs in a full circle like a monster dangerous natural product loops perfectly orchestrated around the branches. Tarangire appreciates the best centralization of untamed life at any point during the dry season to enamor guests with its effortlessness, wisdom, and greatness.

What to Expect

  • Elephants
  • Baobab Tree
  • Hippotumus

What you can Do At Tarangire National Park?

  • Game drive

Day Game drives are designed to take you closest to the wildlife habitat. It is usually included in almost every itinerary as it is the most popular way to see animals in the wildlife rich spots. This will give you an opportunity to become a real adventurer exploring the majestic wildlife and wilderness. Our safari vehicles have pop up roofs to provide a more panoramic viewing.

Wildlife is most active during early morning hours between 6:30 to 9:30, thus you will be required to rise up early and set off with your guide for an early morning game drive, return for a late morning breakfast and go back for another round of game viewing searching for wildlife.

  • Walking Safari

Set off on foot to one of the most secluded areas of Tarangire National Park, accompanied by an experienced and trained field guide. Guides will teach you expertly how to recognize and follow different tracks of wildlife.

Experience the thrill of tracking and meeting animals on foot. Wake up every sense, fully embracing a world where each blade of grass is significant in sound, scent and bent.

Tours are run in a manner that does not disrupt the natural world, since these species remain unaware and therefore unthreatened to the presence of humans. Both parties are safe and can enjoy the adventure in beautiful surroundings.

Within 15 meters (50 feet) of zebra, waterbuck, impala, ostrich, and even the huge African elephant, delight in spectacular close-up encounters. Your guide will share animal knowledge, their unique behaviors, and tracking skills. Besides the larger wildlife, such as the renowned and high elephant numbers of Tarangire, you can also interact with different insects and curious birds.

Finish the enchanting tracking tour by embracing one of the giant baobab trees that mark the lush scenery.