Moving time  4 hours one minute

Time  7 hours 26 minutes

Coordinates 8399

Uploaded December 28, 2019

Recorded December 2019

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near Kibaoni, Arusha (Tanzania)

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Safari - Tarangire Park (Tanzania)

Located about 2 hours drive south of the city of Arusha, the Tarangire is a national park spread over a long and narrow strip of 2,600 km², which stretches on both sides of the river of the same name. Mainly made up of low hills covered with vegetation of acacia forests and giant baobabs, it is punctuated by immense areas of marshland which feed rich meadows.

Located in a large migration area, the Tarangire National Park welcomes a large quantity of animals in the dry season. From June, elk, oryx, elephant, wildebeest and zebra migrate towards the perennial waters of the Tarangire river and the surrounding marshes. Fed by natural sources, the green marshes are oases which host some 300 species of birds, including many migratory birds. It is also near the marshes that one can observe the lions climbing in the trees.

Easy to access and inhabited by a variety of fauna, the Tarangire is nevertheless relatively little visited by travelers, especially in its southern part. From June to October, the tailor-made safari designers from Tanzania Authentiquer recommend staying in the heart of the park and staying there for two consecutive nights to take the time to explore it in depth. During this dry period, huge herds of elephants migrated to the park, especially to take advantage of the waters of the Tarangire river. Travelers can observe among the highest concentrations of African elephants, especially in the marshes of Silale.
Between November and March, one night in the park is enough. Visiting Tarangire provides a complete view of the diversity of the parks in northern Tanzania. It is one of the must-see short program parks in the Arusha region.

At the end of the discovery of the Tarangire park, a program in the north of Tanzania from east to west will continue towards the park of Lake Manyara.

The best period to visit the Tarangire park is from June to October, the period that concentrates the most animals, especially the hundreds of elephants that dig the riverbed in search of groundwater. Elephants can however be observed in numbers throughout the year. From December to March, births are numerous in the park.
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Vers le parc

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Entrée du parc Tarangire

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Parc Tarangire

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Impala animals

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Girafe

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Tarangire river

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Paysages

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Baby lion here :D

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Éléphant

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Éléphants

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Éléphant family

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Girafe family

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Tarangire river

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Pic nic time

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Swaheli shop

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  • Photo of Saadaoui Mohamed

    Saadaoui Mohamed Jan 16, 2020

    Géographie :

    Adresse : Tanzanie
    Coordonnées : 3° 50′ 00″ S, 36° 00′ 00″ E
    Ville proche : Arusha
    Superficie : 2 850 km2

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