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TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK

Tarangire is known for its large population of elephants and giant baobab trees. The African sunset in the background of the various landscapes has an enchanting effect.

ON SAFARI IN TARANGIRE

Tarangire is one of the popular northern parks with its own unique baobab-filled landscape and can be found about a two-hour drive from Arusha and an hour away from Lake Manyara. The park is often combined with Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park.

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!

OVERNIGHT

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.

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HLUHLUWE-IMFOLOZI

The rolling hills of Hluhluwe-iMfolozi in KwaZulu-Natal with lots of green are a paradise for the self-driver. Located in the heart of Zululand, this park was established in 1895, making it one of the oldest game reserves in Africa! It is home to Big 5, but you also have a chance of spotting cheetahs and Wild Dogs. Throughout the park you can find several hides, where you can watch the wild animals drinking and playing by the rivers.

ELEPHANT COAST

The bush to beach experience on the Elephant Coast is varied, unique and cultural in many ways. This area is located in the east of South Africa, in the Kwazulu-Natal province. Sodwana Bay is ideal for a dive into marine life, in St. Lucia you will find hundreds of hippos (sometimes even in the village itself) and in HluHluwe-iMfolozi you can spot the BIG 5.  

GREATER KRUGER

Dé safari experience van de Eastern Loop. In Greater Kruger wordt je volledig in de watten gelegd en ga je samen met een ranger op avontuur in de dichtbegroeide bush bush. Geen verharde wegen en geen self drive. Je gaat een paar dagen genieten van de kalmte en de bijzondere flora en fauna.

Mto wa mbu

Mto Wa Mbu is letterlijk vertaald ‘River of Mosquitoes’, maar gelukkig zijn er niet zoveel muggen meer, en kun je nu genieten van safari’s. Vanuit de standaard jeep, maar op de mountain bike, tuktuk, of met een lokale kano.

LOCAL LIVING IN SODWANA BAY

Sodwana Bay is a bay in South Africa on the north coast of KwaZulu Natal, between St. Lucia and Lake Sibaya. It is a popular diving destination and lies in the middle of South Africa's oldest Maputaland Marine Protected Area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But apart from the wonderful beach vibes, this place is also known for its rich Zulu Culture which we would like to show you.  

KOSI BAY

Kosi Bay, ook wel birder’s paradise! Kosi Bay is een reservaat van 11.000 hectare waar 6 verschillende meren samenkomen in de uiterste noordoosthoek van de provincie Kwa-Zulu Natal in Zuid-Afrika. Daarnaast is het een van de best behouden estuaria aan de Indische kustlijn! Het is een prachtig gebied met weelderige natuur vol dieren en vogels.

HLUHLUWE-IMFOLOZI

The rolling hills of Hluhluwe-iMfolozi in KwaZulu-Natal with lots of green are a paradise for the self-driver. Located in the heart of Zululand, this park was established in 1895, making it one of the oldest game reserves in Africa! It is home to Big 5, but you also have a chance of spotting cheetahs and Wild Dogs. Throughout the park you can find several hides, where you can watch the wild animals drinking and playing by the rivers.

ELEPHANT COAST

The bush to beach experience on the Elephant Coast is varied, unique and cultural in many ways. This area is located in the east of South Africa, in the Kwazulu-Natal province. Sodwana Bay is ideal for a dive into marine life, in St. Lucia you will find hundreds of hippos (sometimes even in the village itself) and in HluHluwe-iMfolozi you can spot the BIG 5.  

GREATER KRUGER

Dé safari experience van de Eastern Loop. In Greater Kruger wordt je volledig in de watten gelegd en ga je samen met een ranger op avontuur in de dichtbegroeide bush bush. Geen verharde wegen en geen self drive. Je gaat een paar dagen genieten van de kalmte en de bijzondere flora en fauna.

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