About Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is a 1,100 square mile park located in Tanzania, in Africa. The park is named after the Tarangire River, the only source of water for the wildlife in the region during the dry season. The park is home to very diverse vegetation, unlike any others in the northern safari destination. Tarangire National Park contains a very large wildlife concentration, including the largest species of Africa's animals, and hundreds of bird species. The park was established in 1970 and is most famous for its large diversity of wildlife, vegetation, birds, tree-climbing lions, and baobab trees.

Interesting facts about Tarangire

  • Tarangire River flows through the park and becomes the only water source for thousands of migrating animals in the dry season. Our experienced and prossional Driver-guide will take you to see the river and ensure that you explore the nature and get aquinted with how it all works. To book for your experience in Tarangire National Park please click here!
  • Baobab trees, common in Tarangire National Park, can grow to have trunks reaching more than 100 feet in circumference. One of these trees was once found that proved to be 1275 years old, although not in this park. This is defnately of the experiences you are expected to have visiting (To see the big giantic baobab trees)
  • Tarangire National Park is believed to have the largest elephant concentration in the world. After Serengeti National Park it has the second highest wildlife concentration in Tanzania. Elephant herds in Tarangire National Park can reach 300 or higher in terms of population numbers. If want to see herds in large groups Tarangire is the Park for you! Again to book it click here.
  • Wildlife found in Tarangire National Park includes lions, leopards, cheetahs, various primates, ostriches, flamingoes, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, zebras, gazelles, buffaloes, wildebeests, pythons, hartebeests, elands, and impalas
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