Tarangire National Park is a 1,100 square mile park located in Tanzania, in Africa. The park is named after the Tarangire River, the only source of water for the wildlife in the region during the dry season. The park is home to very diverse vegetation, unlike any others in the northern safari destination.
Tarangire National Park contains a very large wildlife concentration, including the largest species of Africa's animals, and hundreds of bird species. The park was established in 1970 and is most famous for its large diversity of wildlife, vegetation, birds, tree-climbing lions, and baobab trees.
Lake natron is a natural haven located in the stunning scenic area below the rift valley escarpment, the lake has a very high concentration of sodium making it adherent to touch. The area is a good spot for game viewing and is famously known for harboring millions of lesser flamingos which usually cover the lake between august and October, other birds like gerenuk, lesser kudu and oryx are found here.
Around the Lake Natron are the rugged mountains where vultures soar and baboons dominate, maasai also bring their cattle around the dusty gorges to quench their thirst and enjoy the endless grass plains.
After having a tasty breakfast in the morning we will head to Tarangire national park, although most people overlooks it because of its neighboring more popular parks.
Tarangire is a perfect spot for game viewing, the park is always crowded with animals from the month of June to late October which is the dry season, most animals gather around the Tarangire river in search of water which makes it a perfect spot for game viewing.
The park is usually quiet and animals like elephants, warthogs, hyenas, impalas and a wide variety of bird species are found in the park.
Accommodations : Clients selection Public campsite/ Tinted campsite/ Lodges
Meals : Water is included in all meals (Other drinks is not included)