Of all the parks along Tanzania’s northern circuit, Tarangire receives the least number of visitors, which is a terrible shame. One of the best national parks for stunning photographs or just admiring the beauty of the largest land mammals in the world, the park is home to a significant population of elephants, famous Baobab trees, and a variety of wildlife.
During the dry season, when the park’s animals are forced to congregate ever-closer to the Tarangire River, game drives in Tarangire are especially exhilarating. This is a fantastic chance to watch many different species in one location and to observe the predator-prey dynamic in action.
TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK – ARUSHA – ARUSHA
After breakfast, you’ll leave Arusha and start the two hour trip to Tarangire National Park. Along the route, you may observe how the urban jungle of Arusha is being replaced by wide open grasslands and charming Masai communities.When you arrive at the park, you have a high chance of spotting cheeky monkeys scampering around in the shade. You can also take pictures next to a massive Baobab at the entrance to the park.
When you enter the park, you’ll notice the Tarangire River, which is named after it. It is surrounded by acacia and baobab trees, and game wanders along its banks all . Thousands of animals from the Masai steppe travel to the Tarangire region during the dry season in search of water, allowing you to witness a wide variety of wildlife.
Encouraging species including the Greater Kudu, Fringe-Eared Oryx, and Ashy Starling are unique to the park. Take in an unrivaled vista of the Tarangire River while enjoying a picnic lunch at one of the park’s picnic spots. Keep a watch on your food, though, since the neighborhood monkeys would be more than delighted to steal a delectable treat if given the chance!
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), Arusha Airport, (ARK/HTAR), Moshi and Arusha|
|PRICE FOR NGORONGORO DAY SAFARI||
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