• Kibo after Sunrise
  • Elephant with baby
  • Wildebeest and zebras
  • Beach dinner
  • Lions in tree
  • Dolphins
  • Camping on Kili
  • Glacier
  • Masaai jumping
  • Masaai jumping
  • Masaai jumping
  • Bird
  • Group photo
  • Bird of prey
  • Trekking
  • Hot air balloon
  • Wildebeest migration
  • Kili peak
  • Leopards
  • Camping on Kili
  • Trekking

Tarangire National Park


Tarangire is symbolised by its many Baobab trees which are noticeable as you enter the park. The park is 6734² km (2600² miles), and in the dry season, it is second only to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area for concentration of wildlife. The park is located 120 km from the town of Arusha, south east of Lake Manyara National Park and south of the large open plains of Maasailand.

Some of the animals that can be seen in the park are: wildebeest, zebra, elephant, eland, lesser kudu, kongoni, impala, gazelles, leopard, rhino, hartebeest, buffalo, gerenuk and fringe eared oryx.

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