There is an abundance of elephants, estimated to be over 3,500. This national park is now used as a refuge for these magnificent and once over hunted animals. Seasonly, Tarangire is superb for wildlife. During dry season giraffes, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, lions and hippos are common. Bird life is thriving and comprehensive, with Tarangire being home to over 500 species ranging from Ostriches to Lovebirds.
The landscape is incredibly diverse with a mix that is not found elsewhere in the northern safari circuit. Huge numbers of Baobab trees are dotted throughout, many of these have lived for over a thousand years. Elephants, baboons and monkeys can be found feeding from these astonishing trees.
The following itineraries can be used as they are, or alternatively they can be customised in any way you desire. Use these itineraries for inspirational ideas of what is possible within your Tanzania holiday experience, then make a no obligation enquiry allowing us to tailor-make your ultimate holiday journey.
VISIT A MASAI VILLAGE
An insight into the lifestyle of the Masai people in the African bush of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania with animals grazing and Lions roaring outside their homes.
Located in the remote south of Tarangire National Park, Oliver’s Camp is an exclusive tented camp offering undisturbed 4x4 safari vehicle game drives and private fly camping.
CLIMB MOUNT KILIMANJARO
In Tanzania, close to the equator - Mount Kilimanjaro is the world's highest freestanding mountain and also Africa's highest peak. Climbing it is a once in a lifetime experience.
In Tanzania, close to the equator - Mount Kilimanjaro is the world's highest freestanding mountain and also Africa's highest peak. A once in a lifetime experience.