Tarangire National Park is located in the Manyara Region of Tanzania, and is the sixth largest park in the country. The park is formed around the Tarangire River, which is the water supply for the abundance of local wildlife. The Tarangire National Park can be accessed by road or air transfers during a Tanzania safari.
Tarangire National Park is renowned for its large population of elephant and tree climbing lion. The fauna and flora of this park is unique, and on game drives wildlife such as zebra, wildebeest, buffalo, gazelle, impala and oryx are spotted. The birdlife of Tarangire National Park is nothing short of spectacular and birds such ostrich, hornbill and turkey can be spotted throughout the park.
Tarangire National Park accommodation in Tanzania is offered at luxury game lodges. Activities includes guided bush walks, game drives and community tour. See below for Tarangire National Park safari recommendations in Tanzania.
This Tarangire safari lodge operates in the dry season, the best time to view wildlife in Tarangire. Operated by solar lighting...more
Lake Burunge Tented Camp is situated only ten minutes away from Tarangire National Park on a concession area run by the local Maasai community...more