Tanzania

Tarangire National Park

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    Ngorongoro Crater

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    Mt. Kilimanjaro

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  • Karatu

    Karatu

    Gateway to Ngorongoro
    Karatu is a small but lively town on the edge of Ngorongoro Conservation Area...Read more
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Kilimanjaro and Tanzania Wildlife Adventure

Explore snow-capped Kilimanjaro and tour wild game reserves
Approx. 14 days
Arusha (1 days) → Mt. Kilimanjaro (7) → Tarangire National Park (2) → Karatu (2) → Arusha (1) → Mt. Kilimanjaro (1)
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Things to do in Tarangire National Park

Our recommended experiences and activities

Explore the world of baobabs on a walking safari
Tarangire National Park

Explore the world of baobabs on a walking safari

A short walking safari is a great way to explore Tanzania’s landscapes and smaller wildlife. Look out for the towering baobab trees, which can reach 20m in height and live for more than 2,000 years.

Search for elephants in Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park

Search for elephants in Tarangire National Park

Tanzania’s sixth largest National Park is home to the largest elephant population in Northern Tanzania. Around 2,500 of these extraordinary animals roam the park, with some herds numbering 600 elephants.

Where to go in Tanzania

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