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Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is home to more African Elephants per square kilometer than anywhere else in the world. Being in this park you will be able to appreciate one of the world last enclaves of wildlife. The wildlife works in harmony with one another to create an environment where all animals can coexist. The monkeys eat berries from the tops of the trees and throw their pits down to the waiting springboks. The Baobab tree legend says that the baobab once angered God and as a result it was thrown to the earth and planted upside down. Whether thrown from the heavens or grown from the ground it creates an incredible natural hiding spot for predators, just as the ponds and watering holes form natural pools for the elephants and hippos to cool down in during the hot summer months.


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  • Park fees
  • English speaking driver guide
  • Lunch box
  • 1.5litre bottle of water
  • Pick up to the hotel and drop off to the hotel after the tour


  • Roundtrip airport transfer 
  •  International flights
  •  Additional accommodation
  •  Tips
  •  Services not mentioned in the program
  •  Travel insurance
  •  Items of a personal nature

Tarangire is the least visited of the parks along Tanzania’s northern circuit, and it’s a crying shame. The park’s large elephant population, iconic Baobab trees, and diversity of wildlife make it one of the best parks in the country for taking breathtaking photos or simply basking in the beauty of the world’s largest land mammals.

Game drives through Tarangire National Park are particularly thrilling during the dry season when the animals of the park must cluster closer and closer to the Tarangire River. This offers a great opportunity to see plenty of animals in one place and to witness the predator-prey relationship in action.

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