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Tarangire National Park

Sunset with a spectacular view from Sunset Hill
Mount Kilimanjaro across the golf course Sunset with a spectacular view from Sunset Hill Spectacular sunset views Aerial view of Selous Serengeti sunset Fishing dhow at sunrise The bustling coastal city of Dar es Salaam Huge buffalo herds, Katavi Looking into the crater

The sixth largest of Tanzania’s national parks, the 2,850km2 Tarangire National Park provides an exclusive safari experience away from the hustle and bustle of crowds frequenting the better-known Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

During the dry months of July to November, the perennial Tarangire River, running through the heart of the park becomes the sole source of freshwater for the abundant wildlife within the Manyara National Reserve. A migration of animals in search of water and green pastures provides exceptional game viewing including wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, elan, lesser and greater kudu as well as predators such as lion, leopard and hyena. The elephant population during these months is know to reach upwards of 3,000 in the park at one time.

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● An exclusive safari experience home to Tanzania’s largest elephant population

● Breathtaking scenery dotted with ancient Baobab trees

● Host to the greatest concentration of wildlife outside the Serengeti ecosystem

● Day Game Drives

● Night Game Drives

● Guided Bush Walks

● Cultural Community Visits

● Hot Air Balloon Safari

● Helicopter Tours

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