Tarangire National Park

The grand scene of the migration

Tarangire National Park has an incredible diversity of landscapes and vegetation and is famous for the large number of elephants, baobabs and climbing lions. The topography of the hills covered with baobabs and anthills is divided by the river Tarangire which attracts a large number of animals migrating in the dry season.

Nearby there is a natural protected area managed by ten Maasai communities and established in the year 2003 to protect the migratory corridor between lake Tarangire, lake Manyara and Manyara ranch. In the wet season this area attracts large flocks of flamingos and other aquatic birds.

During these months the concentration of animals along the river Tarangire is nearly as diverse as in the Ngorongoro crater. When the rains arrive in April and May the animals disperse. In June and July gazelles and oryx return followed by elephants, zebras and wildebeest.

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