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Tarangire National Park

Tanzania

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Tarangire is particularly worth visiting in the dry season when the Tarangire River is one of the few sources of permanent water in the area

Tarangire is particularly worth visiting in the dry season when the Tarangire River is one of the few sources of permanent water in the area. Consequently, it attracts large numbers of animals (most notably elephant, wildebeest and zebra) from the surrounding Maasia Steppe. Read more about the best time to visit Tanzania.

Like the Serengeti National Park, Tarangire should really be viewed in the context of the full ecosystem of which it is only a small part. The system extends out of Tarangire, south and east into the Maasai steppe, and this vast area acts as a dispersal area for much of the game during the rainy season.

The experience you'll have of Tarangire depends very much on which part of the park you visit.  Northern Tarangire is great for game, but you do need to be prepared for a high volume of traffic, while Southern Tarangire - the area below Kuro - is our favourite bit, quieter and visited by fewer tourists.  Tarangire's western boundary and Lokisale on the east of the park also offer a slightly different take on the main park.

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A few of our favourite places to stay:

A secluded camp site in the Serengeti, not another soul around

Light Mobile Camp

Our approach with the Light Mobile Camp has been to emphasize

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Tarangire Treetops Lodge

Tarangire Treetops Lodge is located in a community conservation

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Oliver’s camp

Oliver's Camp is perhaps best known for the walks pioneered

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At Natural High, we've had long experience putting together trips in Africa that really work. Whether it's intimate bushcamps in out of the way places, or a private lodge in one of Africa's top-billing wildlife areas, light mobile camping or remote island escapes, we know there is a lot to choose from. We're absolutely confident that we can recommend the right places for you.

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