Sight Seeing

One of the most memorable experiences you can encounter at Tarangire national park is sight seeing, the park provides some of the most spectacular views of nature including the river Tarangire even when it’s dry, the baobab trees, woodlands, acacias landscapes will give you a feeling of being entangled in nature, the elephants are always muddy digging water from the Tarangire river in the dry season the sight is worth visiting.

Bird Watching

Tarangire national park is gifted with various bird species, it is said to have over 500 species of birds some of the examples of birds at Tarangire national park are Yellow collared lover birds, bateleurs eagles, gigantic lappet faced vulture, brown parrots, bar faced go away bird, helmeted Guinea fowl, bee eater hammer cops, hornbill, Kori bustards, plovers and striped swallows among the rest. The best places for bird viewing are at the woodlands, swamps and near the Tarangire River.

Cultural Visits

Tarangire national park is situated near the Masai steep for tourists who are interested in cultural safaris they can visit the local Masai people who are nomadic pastoralists and have very unique ways of living with cultural aspects you will enjoy to lean about, the Masai also have very unique dressing codetourists can also acquire handy crafts and take home for remeberance.

Nature Guided Walks

Tourists can take nature guided walks to some of the parks attractions and experience the wilderness from on foot as well as come a lot of tree and plant species this nature guided walks are mostly done in morning and evening time and last for about one to three hours with an experienced tourist guide.

Game Viewing

The most common activity at Tarangire national park is game viewing, tourists can explore the adorable national park by taking game drive to the wild and encounter Tanzania’s largest herds of elephants along side animals like Giraffes, fringe eared Oryx, tiny ashy starling, greater kudu, gazelles, hartebeests, wildebeests, lions, leopards, tree climbing pythons, African wild dog and zebras to mention a few. If tourists are lucky to visit in the dry season between June and November, they can view elephants digging up the muddy river trying to access water the site is memorable.

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