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Tarangire National Park”wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest and eland crowd the shrinking lagoons”

Tarangire_National_Park_006The park is located 120km from Arusha south east of Manyara (see map). This park has a particularly dense wildlife population between June – October. This national park is home to thousands of elephant, and in the dry season game congregates along the river having migrated from the Masai Mara.
This park is symbolised by the Baobab tree, growing in open acacia woodland. Tarangire is an ornithologists paradise rich in birds of prey and an incredible diversity of avifauna.
Activites and Special Interests
Bird watching, photography, walking safaris, and ornithology (October – May).

Wildlife
Large herds of antelope of all sorts including: eland, lesser kudu, Kongoni, impala, Zebra, gazelles, buffalo, wildebeest, leopard, elephant, rhino and lots of smaller mammals.
Accommodation
Tarangire Safari Lodge, Sopa Lodge, Olivers Camp, and 2 public camp sites. See Lodges and Camps.
Booking and Further Information
For additional safari and travel information contact one of the Tour Operators.
Getting There
To get to Tarangire we recommend you either come with a tour operator.
It has Excellent Accommodation Experiences. Whether you want to sit from your chair on the tent deck to perform wildlife behavioral game viewing or from the elevated levels in a Baobab tree house, Tarangire delivers this superb experience like no other park on a northern Tanzania safari circuit

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