Tarangire covers 2600 square miles and includes two large plains and a seasonal swamp in the south. This is a beautiful park filled with Baobabs and Acacias with a large variety of game such as zebras, elephants, giraffes, and waterbuck. All the animals can enjoy the water coming from the Tarangire River. The animals are best viewed during the dry season, including elephant herds, elands, orynx, lesser kudo, rhino, leopards, lions, and cheetah. The birdlife is varied and plentiful. The very rare roan antelope can also be seen in this park.
Tarangire is typically best June to October, but there are animals all year long. It is excellent for seeing elephants and amazing Baobab trees.
Tarangire is the southern-most park in the northern circuit. It is about 4 hours west of Moshi.
- Game drive
- Picnic lunch