Tarangire National Park Tanzania

Tarangire National Park Tanzania is a remarkable destination for tourists who wish to adventure large numbers of wildlife on a Tanzania safari and at the same time want to have an ultimate view of the wildlife with less interference from visiting crowds on the trip.

Tarangire National Park rewards its explorers with great wildlife sightings, and bird watching amongst great scenery in giant baobab backdrops.

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Where is Tarangire National Park Located?

Tarangire National Park is a National Park located within the Manyara region. Tarangire National Park gets its name from the Tarangire River that traverses through the National Park and serves as the major water source for wildlife in the Tarangire ecosystem.

Tarangire National Park Tanzania encompasses a total land area of 2,850 sq km and a vast landscape that is covered with granitic ridges, and rivers like the Tarangire River, Valleys, and swamps. Tarangire Park was established in the 1970s and is governed by the Tanzania National Park Authority.

Tarangire National Park is well defined by the long-distance placental annual wildebeest and zebra herds migration with huge numbers of wildlife concentrating in the park during the dry seasons. During the dry season, huge numbers of wildlife from the surrounding wetlands due to the wet season disperse to Tarangire with their calves in search of fresh water and sweet short pastures to graze on. Wildlife animals usually crowd on the shores of River Tarangire, the only source of fresh water during the dry seasons in the park.

What is Special about Tarangire National Park?

The National park is an outstanding rival of Serengeti National Park in terms of wildlife concentration, so visiting the national park offers a great chance of viewing wild animals. Tarangire Park is famed for the high densities of elephants and the concentration of the big baobab trees that spice up the landscape of the National Park.

What animals can you see in Tarangire National Park?

Tarangire National Park is a good place for wildlife viewing due to its large number of animals. It is also well known for hosting large numbers of elephants in East Africa. A visit to Tarangire National Park offers a great chance to sight the large strong herds of over 3000 elephants, and possibly the only park to see them in large numbers. Tarangire is also the host of the famous oldest elephant to give birth to twins.

Besides the large herds of elephants, Tarangire National Park is a habitat for various other wild animals like zebras, wildebeest, and cape buffalos that centralise in the park during the dry season from June to November.

The other common-sighted wildlife includes the waterbuck, giraffe, dik-dik, impala, eland, Grant’s gazelle, vervet monkey, banded mongoose, and olive baboons. Tarangire is also a habitat for large numbers of predators and the most common include lions, leopards, cheetahs, caracals, honey badgers, and African Wild dogs.

The Park is further spiced with a huge number of bird species. Tarangire is a host of over 550 different bird species. Many visitors have referred it to as a haven for bird watching and it perfectly suits a Tanzania birding safari itinerary. In Tanzania, Tarangire Park is the best alternative destination for bird viewing.

A visit to Tarangire is very much recommendable for a great wildlife viewing experience during a safari in Tanzania. Take a short trip to the park for your Tanzania safari and have an adventure in the elephant land.

Route Map to Tarangire National Park

Honeymoon Bliss

For couples seeking a romantic getaway, Tarangire National Park sets the stage for an unforgettable honeymoon. Picture yourself sipping champagne while watching the African sunset from the comfort of your luxurious safari lodge. The park's tranquil surroundings and starlit nights provide the perfect ambiance for celebrating your love.

Vacation of a Lifetime

Whether you're traveling with family or friends, Tarangire offers a wide range of activities. There's something for everyone, from thrilling game drives to guided nature walks. After a day of adventure, you can relax by the campfire, share stories, and enjoy the enchanting sounds of the African night.

Now that you've discovered the wonders of Tarangire, don't miss the opportunity to experience this African paradise for yourself. Book your trip today and create memories that will last a lifetime. Tarangire National Park awaits your arrival!