TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK
Tarangire, one of Tanzania's lesser-known game reserves, rivals the Serengeti in terms of wildlife density and diversity. It is a good option for safari goers who wish to see more animals and fewer tourists. Tarangire National Park is well-known for its birding and game viewing opportunities, especially during the dry season when the Tarangire River serves as the only source of water in the area. Enjoy spotting a diverse range of colorful and unique bird species, many of which are threatened or endemic. The abundance of scenic baobab trees, the natural beauty of the savanna landscape, and large groups of elephants add to the landscape's appeal. The park gets its name from the Tarangire River, which runs through it and covers an area of 2850 square kilometers. Over 500 different species are housed in swamps spread throughout Tarangire.