Location: South East of Lake Manyara, Northern Tanzania
Climate: Hot, very wet Apr, May and Nov
Typical Landscape: Hilly with long elephant grass and swamps

Tarangire is the the sixth largest national park in Tanzania and is best between July and December when large numbers of elephant and other animals migrate there from Lake Manyara. The park is famous for huge baobab trees, large herds of elephant  and tree climbing pythons. Tarangire National Park covers 2,850 sq miles and is thick bush – well worth a visit, demonstrates perfectly how diverse East Africa is.

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The birdlife here is absolutely extraordinary, will sightings of the Paradise Whyder and the Yellow-collared lovebird frequent.

The Luxury Safari Company’s favourite camp in Tarangire is Olivers Camp – this combines beautifully as a Northern Tanzania Circuit safari (including the Serengeti , Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Crater) and beach holiday, with beach options on Zanzibar, Mozambique, and the Tanzania Coast.

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