Tarangire National Park

With 2600 square kilometers, this is a most spectacular park during the dry season when several thousands of animals migrate to the Tarangire River.

Tarangire in the dry season

What you’ll see

A special feature of the park is the Greater Kudu but it is also good for rhino, elephant, buffalo, lion and a host of other species. The reserve has nine distinct vegetation areas and generally covers arid acacia/thorn bush country.

Tailored to you

As every Geoffrey’s Travels Safari is tailored to our clients, you can choose where to spend your time in the park. Whether it’s soaking up the warm air in Tarangire, photographing the wildebeests as they saunter past, spotting birds as they feast in the anthills and swamps (or all three), the day is yours.