National Park

Giraffe standing behind a savannah tree during the sunset in Tarangire National Park in Tanzania, Africa.

The Tarangire National Park is the 6th largest park in Tanzania and its wildlife is one of the major aspects.

At the park you can find one of the greatest elephant populations that can form herds with up to 300 elephants per herd. The best time to visit the park is during the dry season, when you can watch wildlife animals searching for underground streams in the dry riverbeds, such as zebras, kudu, rhino, hartebeest buffalo, gazelle, and impala. The Tarangire National Park is perfect for birdwatching lovers.

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More than 550 bird species are housed in the swamps scattered throughout the park, such as bateleur eagles, bee-eaters, lilac-breasted rollers, and guinea fowl. You can find the baobab trees, known as the Tree of Life. This tree has an impact on the Tarangire’s ecosystem. If you are lucky, you may have a chance to see the birds eating the tree seeds or elephants sharpen their tusks on the Balboa.


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Latitude: -3.787765°

Longitude: 35.99537°



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