Explore Tarangire National Park located in the Manyara Region in Northern Tanzania. The park derives its name from the Tarangire River which flows across it. Tarangire Park covers approximately 2600 sq km making it Tanzania's sixth largest park yet with the second most dense population of wild animals.
The best time to visit the park is from June to September when animals are drawn to Tarangire River. During this dry season, wildlife is easy to spot as the vegetation in the park has dried out.
Tarangire boasts the largest herd of elephants in Tanzania. It also hosts the Serengeti Migration wildebeest and zebras during the dry season. Ocassionally, guests get a rare view of oryxes, waller gazelles and dwarf mongooses. Tarangire National Park has over 450 species of birds making it a haven for bird enthusiasts.
East African Citizen Adult Tzs 10000
East African Citizen Child Tzs 2000
East African Resident Adult Tzs 10000
East African Resident Child Tzs 2000
Non-Resident Adult USD 45
Non-Resident Child USD 15
Visit Tarangire National Park during the months of June to September when the wild animals are drawn to Tarangire River and enjoy perfect wildlife viewings and take amazing photos. The park is perfect for guests who want to study elephants as it boasts the largest elephant population in Tanzania.