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This is a very large park with incredible variety of wild life! You can see animals from up close and really have a great trip! There are amazing quantities depending on the time of the year. Summer is usually good for this trip. You can...More
On my second visit four years later, I am realizing many others are discovering the wonders of Tarangire and you should too! My photos include the best view from a rest room stop shared with baboons! Great bird images are available along with the great...More
We spent three days in this park with game drives each day and a walking safari. There were many elephants and cape buffalo. We were able to watch two lions with a kill and we startled two lions on our walking safari. We enjoyed this...More
Our Safari guide, Godbless, took our safari experience to the next level. We saw animals in their natural habitat and his explanations added a great deal to the trip. Tarangire is a must for any safari visitor to Tanzania!
Tarangire was our first national park during our safari. We managed to see elephants, giraffes, wildebeest and many more animals. The lunchplaces and toilets were clean. Leaving the animal spectating area, we recognized the trees different to Europe. If you can spend one day on...More
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Hi - we saw leopards, lions, and cheetahs in Tarangire. The leopard was up in a tree and there were many safari vehicles around it - so I'm guessing it was rather unusual. We spotted a cheetah mother and cub from far away... More
Hi - we saw leopards, lions, and cheetahs in Tarangire. The leopard was up in a tree and there were many safari vehicles around it - so I'm guessing it was rather unusual. We spotted a cheetah mother and cub from far away. We definitely did see many more of the big cats in Serengeti.