Tarangire safari tours have many options based on your safari interests. This park can be visited within a single day or you can also enjoy your game drive in multi-day safari.

The Park located in the North West of Arusha, the tourism capital city of Tanzania, there lies the fantastic National Park of Tarangire which is reputed for its highest concentration of elephants and buffalos. With its size almost ten times the size of its neighboring Lake Manyara National Park, Tarangire is the sixth largest National park of Tanzania behind Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi, and Mkomazi.

The main source of life in this park is the Tarangire River that runs north through the South of the park and it is through this River the National park derives its name. Tarangire River remains the only source of water in the park during the dry season making the surroundings of Tarangire River extremely concentrated by predators who remain around the River surroundings to ensure themselves water supply & prey. Apart from the Tarangire River, the park has a good number of the swamps which also acts as good wildlife viewing points before drying at the later stages of the dry season.

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