Get to Know Tarangire National Park

With the Big Five, this is a superb dry season park, second only to the Serengeti between June and November

Not many people know that Tarangire National Park has the Big Five because the rhino here aren't seen very often. But what makes the park really special are the huge baobab trees (Adansonia digitata). These massive trees, believed to live up to a thousand years old, are dotted all over Tarangire's sandy soil and make for excellent photographic opportunities. Tarangire is close to 3,000 square kilometres in size and at the bottom of the Rift Valley escarpment, which explains the presence of baobabs – you won't see a single baobab the moment you're over the Gregory Rift towards the west.


How it Works

1 View our recommended safaris for inspiration and get ready to plan your dream safari
2 Contact us or fill out an enquiry form and one of our travel experts will help you tailor make your perfect safari
3 Enjoy an authentic African experience, with peace of mind

Why Tarangire?

  • Wonderful Birding destination
  • Incredible wildlife and safari experiences
  • Sheer numbers of Elephants
  • Spectacular number of ancient baobab trees

Travel with Peace of Mind

Plan your safari with confidence. Refundable deposits and flexible rebooking terms standard on your Tarangire safari.
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