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The Tarangire National Park, situated in the northern part of Tanzania, is probably best known for its large number o...
Located on the eastern side of the Tarangire River in the national park is the superlative Tarangire Sopa Lodge. Tara...
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Swala is a luxury tented camp overshadowed by acacia trees. Tucked away in a corner of Tarangire National Park, Tanz...
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The Tarangire National Park is Tanzania’s best kept secret and a wonderful wildlife park; it is the least visited out of all the northern parks in the country, but this works to its advantage as there is a distinct air of mystery that surrounds it. Just two hours away from Arusha, Tarangire is south east of Lake Manyara and is named after the Tarangire River that flows through the park.
Tarangire National Park is blessed with some of Tanzania’s most amazing views, and features an eclectic fusion of endless savannah plains, rolling hills, swamps, rivers, baobab trees, and rock outcrops. The ideal time to visit Tarangire is from June to February in particular from June to December where tourists will have the distinct thrill of watching one of the greatest spectacles of the animal kingdom – the migration of scores of animals trekking from the dry Maasai region to the Tarangire River in search of... Show more