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Tarangire National Park

Area: North Central Tanzania


Tarangire National Park covers 2,600 km2 of meadows and floodplains and extensive area covered by forests of acacias.

It is a largely untapped area and spacious views of volcanic mountain ranges are superb. There are also regions of high grass shrubs and large baobabs, all dominated by the impressive valley of the Tarangire river that attracts large migrations of animals during the dry months of July to October.

The wildlife that you will see in Tarangire is composed mainly by elephants, with one of the biggest populations of Tanzania. Also we will see buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, antelopes and lions. It is one of the few places in Tanzania where you can see the oryx and gerenuc (antelope giraffe). We will have to raise our eyes to the branches of trees if we want see some python relaxing on the top.

The marshes are home to over 500 bird species and are the largest habitat of the entire planet for playback.

It is the largest concentration of animals outside the Serengeti and they can move freely, beeing a must stop for visitors interested in doing safaris northern Tanzania, Serengeti and Ngorongoro way.

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