Known as the “park of giants”, the Tarangire National Park is home to elephants and huge baobab trees: large herds of elephants approach the river to drink and bath in an area spotted with ancient baobab trees.
 
The landscape is unique and wonderful, a small treasure of pristine nature, a heaven for wild animals that migrate during the dry season and a true heaven for birdwatchers in the green season. 
 
It is less crowded than the more famous Northern Tanzania parks, but it holds many pleasant surprises. 

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Tarangire National Park: majestic baobab adansonia digitata

Tarangire National Park: majestic baobab - Photo Credits: Romina Facchi

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the Tarangire National Park is the park of elephants

Tarangire National Park: elephants - Photo Credits: Romina Facchi

Tarangire National Park migration
zebras enjoing a water hole in Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park: zebras - Photo Credits: Romina Facchi

The Tarangire National Park migration month by month
eating lion in Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park: eating lion - Photo Credits: Romina Facchi

Tarangire National Park areas