Tarangire National Park


Tarangire is named after the Tarangire river which is a lifeline and magnetic to the wildlife during the dry season. Tarangire is approximately 2852km2 large with hilly landscape punctuated by baobab trees, dense bush, high grasses and the termite mounds that are sprinkled across the entire area.

Tarangire is home to tree climbing lions as well as other predators like cheetah, leopard, spotted hyaena and the bat-eared fox. The park is also home to impressive herds of elephants, olive baboons, fringe-eared Oryx, impala, gazelle, black rhino, warthog, eland, bushbuck, blue wildebeest, and the greater kudu to mention but a few.
Accommodation used by The Tourist Centre

  • Chem Chem Safari Lodge – Luxury
  • Tarangire Treetops – Luxury
  • Kikoti Tented Camp – Mid-range
  • Oliver’s Camp Asiria – Luxury
  • Sanctuary Swala – LuxuryTarangire National Park
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