Tarangire National Park

With an area of about 2800km2 this park is the largest concentration of wildlife after Serengeti National Park. It is home to 550 different varieties of birds, making it the largest species population in the world. Similarly, it is in this park that is located the greatest concentration of baobabs of the planet. It is crossed by the river Tarangire which in some places never dries up, which guarantees an extraordinary presence of animals. The park is full of elephants, wildebeests, zebras, buffaloes, giraffes, antelopes and many other animals including leopards and lions and, of course, colonies of monkeys. It is one of the most beautiful parks in northern Tanzania. Unmissable with its landscapes of an extraordinary diversity!

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