Tarangire National Park
- Big game:Excellent
- Birding: Excellent
- Best time to visit Tarangire: June-September and Dec-March.
- How to get to Tarangire you can drive or fly.
- Safari types available: Game drives
Tarangire is a superb safari destination with super herds of elephants and numerous predators. Birdwatching in the park is very good especially around the river. Tarangire is less busy than many of the Northern Parks so this makes it a good destination for those who prefer a more relaxed safari.
Tarangire has several lodges inside the park and the surrounding conservancy so there is a wide range to choose from. Our safari team will help you to select the best option for your safari.
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Tarangire Conservation Area is a sixty thousand-acre area set aside by the local villages. The area protects the main wet-season migration route into the neighbouring Tarangire National Park. The lodges in the area give a percentage of their income to the communities. The villagers use this revenue to construct waterpumps and boreholes, and to maintain the schools and dispensaries.
Tarangire is a superb place to visit for both big game and birds. It is especially good in the dry season when game migrates into the park.