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All reviews first stop two days dry season tsetse flies cape buffalo game drives day safari big cats beautiful scenery herd of elephants picnic area love elephants amazing experience great introduction elephants galore in addition tanzanian safari
This is a wooded park and has the highest number of elephants however it is seasonal and the animals do migrate. Even though it is wooded park there is a small area of plain land and we were fortunate to see three cheetahs here.
Tarangire National Park was wonderful! We spent the better part of the da at Tarangire, and saw more animals (up close) than I could have imagined! the number of elephant families and giraffes that we saw was amazing! As novice birders, we added many new...More
We went to Tanzania in late January We toured Tarangerie, the Serengeti and Ngorogoro with Tanzania Horizon Safaris. Abel was our tour guide. It was an amazing experience.
Abel was great. He did an excellent job driving through difficult terrain and always pointed out animals...More
Halisi African Adventures provided us with an amazing week’s trip through Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and the Serengeti, where we saw tens of thousands of animals, including 5 sightings of 5 rhinos, giraffes, leopards, lions relaxing in trees and by the roadside, plus enormous...More
Drove one day in this park. The scenery is fantastic and there are a lot of elephants in this park. Beautiful photo opportunities of bathing elephants in small lakes or the river. There are also lions in the park unfortunately we did not see them...More
Lots to see and we loved our trip here African wildlife is varied & spectacular. However for sheer breathtaking brilliance it does not quite match up to Ngorogoro crater or Serengeti. This is more a reflection of the outstanding quality of these parks rather than...More
After our Kilimanjaro Climbing with Tanzania Horizon Safaris we decided to go for 2 days / 1 night Tarangire & Lake Manyara, Everything was great during an almost year long planning process to the very end. Communication was perfect and the Safari spectacular and varied.I...More
That's difficult to answer. I would choose Tarangire. We saw more animals in Tarangire than Amboseli. Amboseli was very dry and the water holes/lakes are slowly drying up. Our driver stayed close to the main water source and... More
That's difficult to answer. I would choose Tarangire. We saw more animals in Tarangire than Amboseli. Amboseli was very dry and the water holes/lakes are slowly drying up. Our driver stayed close to the main water source and we didn't see the same variety of animals.
Tarangire is more scenic especially if you drive into the interior of the park. Varied topography, lots of elephants, some lions etc.
BTW we didn't see many animals in Ngorongoro crater. Again, very dry, the 2 lions we saw looked starved (ribs & hip bones showing clearly) and the rhinos were hiding in the foothills .where the ranger specified roads don't go. Serengeti was amazing thought. Have a great time.
Response from Linette L | Reviewed this property |
Hi - we saw leopards, lions, and cheetahs in Tarangire. The leopard was up in a tree and there were many safari vehicles around it - so I'm guessing it was rather unusual. We spotted a cheetah mother and cub from far away... More
Hi - we saw leopards, lions, and cheetahs in Tarangire. The leopard was up in a tree and there were many safari vehicles around it - so I'm guessing it was rather unusual. We spotted a cheetah mother and cub from far away. We definitely did see many more of the big cats in Serengeti.