Tarangire National park

Tarangire National park

Home of Elephants

Located in the Rift Valley, Tarangire covers approximately 2600 square kilometres and contains nine different vegetation zones, each supporting distinct types of wildlife. Panoramic and wooded savannas stretch far and wide in every direction punctuated with majestic Baobab trees. The park’s main source of water is the Tarangire River, which attracts nearly as high a concentration of animal life as Ngorongoro Crater.

Large herds of elephant, zebra, wildebeest, eland and oryx congregate along the riverbank until the wet season allows them to migrate to lush new grazing land.


  • Night safaris and walking safaris are available
  • Accommodation Availability
  • Best Time wildlife viewing during the dry season
  • Breathtaking scenery

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