Tarangire National Park
Named after the shallow but vital river that flows through it, this park draws vast populations of game during the dry season. It is distinguished by ancient Baobab trees as they claw at the sky with their root-like branches, a sight that is breathtaking and uniquely African
Area of 2600 sq. km.
Features: River, Vegetational zones, Swamps and Landscape
Wildlife includes: Buffalo, Zebra, Giraffe, Gnu, Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Waterbuck, Oryx, Kudu
and Many more. For Bird Lovers the best season to visit Tarangire is between October and May
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