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Seldom-visited Tarangire, the “Baobab Capital of the World,” teems with animals. Herds of up to 300 elephants scratch the dry riverbed for underground streams while migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle and eland crowd the shrinking lagoons. Tarangire is also one of very few places in northern Tanzania where we may see dry-country antelope such as the fringe-eared oryx and gerenuk. A range of daily activities from our secluded safari camp showcases it all: guided walking safaris, wildlife drives in open vehicles, bush breakfasts beneath a baobab tree, and sundowner cocktails before returning to camp for a gourmet dinner under the stars.
Wildlife Viewing in TarangireRevel in some of Tanzania's best wildlife viewing in this less-visited park, known especially for its large herds of elephant drawn to year-round water
Intimate Safari Camp ExperienceStay at a deluxe mobile camp set seasonally to sync with the movement of elephants during the dry season, as they travel in pursuit of permanent sources of fresh water
Chances to See Unique SpeciesEn route to Tarangire from Ngorongoro, visit Lake Manyara National Park to see its famous pink flamingos—and keep an eye out for the park's tree-climbing lions