Safari Tours to Tarangire National Park in Tanzania are a great idea to think of especially for wildlife viewing experiences in Africa. Safaris in Tanzania’s northern circuit will uncover the untold secrets of this enchanting safari circuit with a visit to the sixth largest National Park in the country. Tarangire National Park. Safari Tours to Tarangire National Park with Acacia safaris Limited will make you dream African experience come true as you get up close to the most thought of wildlife species including the famous African Big Five Animals (Lions, Elephants, Leopards, Rhinos and Buffalos).
All you need to know about Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park is suited within the Manyara region of Tanzania, the sixth largest in the country. Tarangire National Park derives its name from the Tarangire River that crosses the National Park and it serves as the main source of water for wildlife in the Tarangire ecosystem mainly in the annual dry seasons. The Tarangire River, granitic mountains, valleys, and wetlands make up the immense scenery of the National Park, which spans a total land area of around 2,850 square kilometers. The Tanzania National Park Authority currently oversees Tarangire National Park, which was founded in early 1970.
Tarangire National Park is well defined by the long-distance ungulate annual wildebeest and zebra migration with large numbers of animals concentrating here during the dry seasons. In search of fresh water and tasty short pastures to graze on during the dry season, numerous animals from the nearby areas move to the Tarangire National Park. Numerous animals typically congregate on the banks of River Tarangire, which serves as the only source of water during the dry seasons. The park has been an outstanding rival of Serengeti National Park in terms of wildlife concentration and thus a visit here offers a great chance of viewing large numbers of wild animals.
Game viewing Safari Tours to Tarangire National Park can be done on the famous game drive adventures where you will drive through the designated park trails as you watch different wildlife species resident in the Park.
What to expect on Safari Tours to Tarangire National Park
Expect to witness incredible numbers of numerous wild animals as Tarangire National Park habituates large numbers of animals and is also well known for inhabiting the large numbers of elephants in East Africa. While on Safari Tours to Tarangire National Park opportunity to see the large strong herds of over 3000 elephants is possibly the only place to see them in large numbers
Besides the large numbers of elephants, Tarangire National Park is home to a variety of other wild animals including the zebras, wildebeest, and the cape buffalos that concentrate in the park during the dry season of June to November.
The other animal species that you are likely to encounter on your Safari Tours to Tarangire National Park include the waterbuck, giraffe, dik dik, impala, eland, Grant’s gazelle, vervet monkey, banded mongoose, and olive baboons, the lions, leopards, cheetah, caracal, honey badger, and African Wild dog.
For bird lovers, you will have opportunities to spot several species since the National Park is home to an incredible number of birdlife including the Yellow necked spurfowl, Northern white-crowned shrike, White-faced whistling duck, Red-billed hornbill, Pygmy falcon, African marsh harrier, Woodland kingfisher, Black-headed heron among others. Acacia Safaris Limited has well-planned safari packages that will allow you to explore the enchanting safari park, with great timings that guarantee exceptional safari experiences. Book your Safari Tours to Tarangire National Park with us today.
Other frequently asked questions
Is Tarangire National Park worth visiting?
For Travelers who want to go on safari and see more wildlife and fewer people might consider Tarangire National Park as an ideal safari destination. In addition to being a great place for birdwatching, the Tarangire National Park is also home to a lot of wildlife, especially during the dry season when the Tarangire River serves as the only supply of water for the region.
What is the best time to visit Tarangire?
The greatest or best time to visit Tarangire National Park is during the dry season, from June through November, when most animals will migrate to the Tarangire River to stay hydrated and offer visitors excellent possibilities for game viewing.