Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is a hidden gem in Northern Tanzania, renowned for its incredible diversity of wildlife and stunning landscapes. As you enter the park, you'll be greeted by vast savannahs dotted with towering baobab trees, which create a unique and otherworldly atmosphere.

The park gets its name from the Tarangire River which flow throughout the year and is the lifeline for the park's wildlife, attracting animals from far and wide during the dry season. As you explore the park, you're likely to come across large herds of elephants that are known to congregate here in large numbers, as well as other big mammals such as zebras, wildebeest, buffaloes and giraffes.

Additionally, Tarangire is known for its large population of exotic bird species, over 550 species have been recorded, it's a paradise for birdwatchers.

The park's diverse habitats also make it an ideal spot to spot predators, such as lions and leopards, as well as many different antelopes species like the lesser Kudu and the bushbuck.

Tarangire is an ideal location for those who want to experience a more authentic and less crowded safari destination, where you can see a diverse range of wildlife in a natural setting, with a chance to see some of the less common species.

The park offers a unique combination of landscapes, from savannah grasslands to dense bush and swamps, which makes it the perfect destination for photography enthusiasts, nature lovers, and adventurous travellers. A trip to Tarangire National Park will give you the chance to experience Africa's natural beauty in its purest form and make lasting memories.