ON SAFARI IN TARANGIRE
THE KEY TO THE ECOSYSTEM
Tarangire National Park gets its name from the Tarangire River that flows through the park. Besides contributing to the name of the park, this river also ensures that the animals can quench their thirst during the dry season. Even for the animals in the southern Maasai country, this river is a base! In addition, the Tarangire River is the key to the ecosystem that consists of Tarangire, Lake Manyara National Park and five wildlife areas in the surrounding area that stretches over an incredibly large area, namely more than 20,000 square kilometers!
GUARANTEED ELEPHANT SPOTTING
During a safari in Tarangire National Park you can enjoy the rolling landscape, the baobab and acacia trees and of course the various animals that can be seen. There is a particularly good chance of spotting elephants. Fun fact: Tarangire has the largest elephant population compared to the other parks in Tanzania!
Is the safari alone not adventurous enough? Then you can always choose to go camping in the park. You can do this in your tent under the stars, or in one of the huts that are specially made for this! If you prefer more luxury, there is always the possibility to stay in a luxury lodge or to travel to the next destination.