Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

One of the lesser-known reserves, the park offers a safari experience rich in both wildlife and bird life.

Despite its size of 2850 km sq, Tarangire National Park is one of the lesser-known reserves in Tanzania. It gets its name from the Tarangire River which runs through it, life source for the area. It is rich in wildlife, with giraffe, buffalo, elephants, leopard, rhino, the rare fringe-eared oryx and many smaller mammals.

The river also attracts a variety of birdlife, the area a bird watchers paradise with 550 different species inhabiting its ecosystem. Its other unique feature are its baobab trees, scattered throughout the landscape. For a more exclusive and remote safari experience, this park offers equal opportunities to surround yourself with the wild.