TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK

Tarangire is located at a distance of about 120 kilometers which is in the south east of Manyara. Being one of the most seasonal parks in northern Tanzania, Tarangire has a lot of migratory movement with greater Tarangire ecosystem.

Between June and October which is the dry season, there are unimaginable herds of animals that are attracted to the Tarangire River. The elephant numbers at this time are amazing. Endeavour to make this park part of your safari in northern Tanzania. The dry months of June to October bring about large gatherings of elephants. After the game migrates from the Masaai Mara, it gathers around the river.

Tarangire National park takes on the sixth largest position among Tanzania’s National parks, after Ruaha, Serengeti Mikumi, Katavi and Mkomazi. From the Tarangire River, is where the name of the park comes, that crosses through the eye catching park.

The big numbers of elephants, baobab trees (these grow in the open acacia) on top of tree climbing African pythons which give wonderful sightings to see make Tarangire a popular safari destination.

Tarangire National park takes on the sixth largest position among Tanzania’s National parks, after Ruaha, Serengeti Mikumi, Katavi and Mkomazi. From the Tarangire River, is where the name of the park comes, that crosses through the eye catching park.

The big numbers of elephants, baobab trees (these grow in the open acacia) on top of tree climbing African pythons which give wonderful sightings to see make Tarangire a popular safari destination.