TARANGIRE NATIONAL GUIDE IS A GOOD OPTION FOR TOURISTS WHO WISH TO SEE MORE ANIMALS AND LESS TOURISTS WHILE ON SAFARI.
Tarangire National Park, one of Tanzania’s lesser-known national parks, rivals the Serengeti in terms of species density and diversity. It is a wonderful option for safari goers who want to see more wildlife and less humans. Tarangire National Park is well-known for its birding and game viewing opportunities, especially during the dry season when the Tarangire River serves as the only supply of water in the area. The area is also of great interest due to the abundance of gorgeous baobab trees.
Why Visit Tarangire National Park
Take a walking safari and marvel at the ancient baobab trees.
Discover hundreds of prehistoric rock art in the Kolo area.
Tarangire is well-known for its elephant herds of up to 300 elephants.
Tarangire’s distinctive skyline, framed by the stubby branches of big baobab trees, serves as the backdrop for great game watching, particularly during the peak season’s winter months. During the dry season, its wetlands dry out into green grassy meadows, attracting large herds of elephant, buffalo, antelope, and other plains game.
Lions and other carnivores are commonly observed. The park is home to approximately 500 bird species, some of which are peculiar to Tanzania. Away from the bustling north, the southern portion of the park is home to camps that specialize in walking safaris, allowing guests to immerse their senses in the experience of exploring the African wilderness on foot.