The truly mesmerizing national park of Tarangire with the hidden treasure of Tanzania is the best destination of Tanzania Safari Tours. So, this park is one of the most iconic national parks in the northern circuit of Tanzania. Located in the Manyara region with 2850 square kilometers, this park is a must-visit Tanzania Destinations. “Tarangire” is the river that goes through this park. The landscape varies as river valleys, acacia woodland, green vegetation, and swamps.
The Tarangire National Park is famous for the highest number of elephants and baobab trees. This park is 70 km away from Lake Manyara. You can easily spot the lion while taking the nap on the top branch of the tree.
Some highlights of Tarangire National Park are – the amazing scenic view of large open grasslands dotted with hills, rock paintings, Tarangire River, the highest elephant concentration, close to Arusha, and great accommodations near the park.
In this National Park, you can spot dik-dik, Impala, Eland, Grant’s gazelle, vervet monkey, Banded mongoose, Olive baboon, Fringe-eared Oryx, lion, leopard, cheetah, caracal, and African wild dogs.
Tarangire National Park is also famous for birding and you should visit between January to March to watch more than 450 bird species. There are herds of elephant migration you should watch during the end of the dry season which is the Best Time to Visit Tanzania.
You can visit this Park by road or by air. By road, you can start from Arusha town for this park. You can fly to Kilimanjaro International Airport which is 46 kilometers from Arusha. This National Park is close to Arusha. Another option is to fly into Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) from where you can fly for Arusha Airport through a domestic flight.
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