National Park Overview

Tarangire National Park is known for its elephant populace and staggering colossal baobabs tree. The parks name is gotten from the Tarangire River, the parks just wellspring of lasting water. In the dry season this waterway is the lifeline, pulling in a great part of the game. Groups up to 300 elephant scratch the dry waterway bed for underground streams during the dry season, while transitory wildebeest, zebra, bison, impala, gazelle, hartebeest and Eland swarm the contracting tidal ponds. It is the best convergence of wildlife. The thickness of game is second just to the swarmed Ngorongoro Crater. This is an all year park with particular seasons offering different encounters, from dusty, dry and heating with animals grouped around the quickly diminishing stream, to the fertile green season brimming with new-conceived animals and babbling winged creatures. The Tarangire Park is additionally synonymous with two of the rarer game species. Tremendous crowds of elephant, Zebra, bison, wildebeest, rhino and lion are every now and again observed, the more noteworthy kudu and the Fringe-eared Oryx. What's more, leopard and tree-climbing pythons frequently possess the trees. Home to in excess of 550 species, the park is a sanctuary for feathered creature aficionados who can expect so observe many species even in the dry season.

Tarangire National Parks

National Park Activity

Game Drives, Walking Safaris, Cultural Tours, Balloon Safari, Bush Dinners

Second just to the Serengeti biological system for grouping of wildlife amid the dry season. Groups of 300 elephants and abounds of antelope swarm the waning waters of the Tarangire River and its contracting tidal ponds.

An unimaginable 550 types of winged creatures, the most reproducing species in a single environment anyplace on the planet

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

Tarangire National Park is open for the visitor consistently. The best time to visit Tarangire is in the midst of the dry season, from late June to October. Read More

How To Go

How To Go

Tarangire National Park is easily accessible by both roadways and airways. Read More

Wildlife

Tarangire is praised or its tree-climbing lions, pythons and mammoth groups' elephant, it has the greatest number of elephant in Tanzania. You can moreover recognize, the regular catchment of predators, wildebeest, zebra, giraffes, impalas, gazelle, oryx and gerenuk. Tarangire boasts about in excess of 550 sorts of winged creature including lovebirds, weavers, ostrich, hornbills and scavengers.

Most Attractive point of Park It’s tree-climbing pythons and huge herds of elephants.

The Camps In The Tarangire National parkk

We offer camping and accommodation inside the game reserve. We partner to provide the best accommodation for you amid your Tanzania visit.

Tarangire Sopa Lodge
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Lake Burunge Tented Camp
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