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Newsletter: Tarangire National Park

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: January 29, 2015

  Authentic African Safaris: Tarangire National Park Tarangire National Park Tarangire National Park is a lovely park in Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit that is famous for elephant migration, birding and a quiet authentic safari atmosphere. Majority of travelers to Tanzania miss out on Tarangire altogether leaving it virtually untouched. Concentration of game is exceptional from July through to October. This seasonal National Park is a little gem on the Northern safari circuit, especially if you love elephants!   Tarangire River During these dry months the concentration of animals around the Tarangire river is almost as diverse and reliable as in…

Tarangire National Park

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       Tarangire National Park is a lovely park in Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit that is famous for elephant migration, birding and a quiet authentic safari atmosphere. Majority of travelers to Tanzania miss out Tarangire altogether leaving it virtually untouched.        Elephants are the main attraction with up to 3,000 in the park during the peak season months.  Peak season (July through October) also sees a good number of wildebeest and zebras as well as buffaloes, giraffes, Thompson's gazelles, and occasionally cheetahs and leopards! Tarangire is also one of Tanzania's finest birding destinations.        In addition to…

Tarangire Treetops

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Tarangire National Park Accommodations

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From luxury tented camps to enchanting and romantic tree top lodges you are sure to enjoy the unique lodging experiences in Tarangire National Park.

Why Tanzania?

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authentic african safariIn layman’s terms, Tanzania is simply amazing. When you think of Tanzania you might picture a march of a thousand wildebeests during their Serengeti migration. You might think of a happy family of elephants crossing the muddy, wide Tarangire River, a healthy pride of lions catching some sunrays in the Ngorongoro Crater, or a flock of bright pink flamingos getting lunch on the banks of Lake Natron. These images that might come to mind are not unreasonable, and can be put to life during your visit to Tanzania. We have listed some statistics to show you just how…

An 11 Day Tanzania Safari Itinerary

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Ever wondered what an 11 day Safari trip to Tanzania may seem like? Here’s a sample of one of our itineraries to give you a basic idea of what to expect: Starting price $2899.00 per person Day 1-2 You will depart from USA on Day 1. A Horizon Safaris member will meet you on your arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport and escort you to your overnight hotel. Accommodation: Olasiti Lodge, Arusha Day 3 After breakfast, depart to Tarangire. Have hot lunch at the camp, and go for a nature walk to the shores of Lake Manyara. Accommodation: Maramboi Tented Camp,…

Experience the Great Wildebeest Migration

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In Swahili, the word ‘safari’ means ‘journey.’ It has come to be known as a trek to parts of Africa to observe and follow wildlife in their natural environment. Taking a safari trip during certain months means you are most likely to witness the wildebeest migration, a ‘safari’ of their own. The annual wildebeest migration is perhaps the best-known thing about the Serengeti region and the country of Tanzania. It is a spectacular show of how animals and nature work harmoniously with each other after millions of years of co-existence. It is estimated that over a million wildebeest and 200,000…

The route of the Great Wildebeest Migration

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The 'great wildebeest migration' is a movement of large number of the Wildebeest of Serengeti in the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, accompanied by zebras and other smaller gazelles, the Grant's, Thomson, eland and impala. They move in an annual pattern, which is fairly predictable. They keep migrating from one place to the other throughout the year, in search for fresh grazing and better water. The precise timing of the migration is entirely dependent upon the rainfall patters each year, but the broad patter works as follows: November: The short rains begin around November. A little  after this, in late November and December,…

A 9 Day Tanzania Safari Itinerary

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Ever wondered what a 9 day Safari trip to Tanzania may seem like? Here’s a sample of one of our itineraries to give you a basic idea of what to expect: Starting price $2299.00 per person Day 1-2 You will depart from USA on Day 1. An Authentic African Safaris member will meet you on your arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport and escort you to your overnight hotel. Accommodation: Olasiti Lodge, Arusha Day 3 After breakfast, depart to Tarangire National Park, home to huge herds of Elephants, shy animals like leopards, the very rare African wild-dogs. This park is also…

Tanzania Accommodations

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Maramboi Tented Camp

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11 Day Signature Bush Safari

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Bush n’ Beach Safaris

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Safari Camps & Lodges

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11 Day Classic Bush Safari

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Serengeti Migration Camp

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Safari Vacation to Tanzania – A Complete Guide (Part 3)

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Part 3 - Safari Options: The Northern Circut In the earlier blog, we talked about planning your safari vacation. We also published an article on the Ebola Hype, and after reading that, you now must be at ease about travelling to Tanzania, as the country is completely safe from Ebola. The vast amount of wildlife that you will encounter are habituated to the vehicles, making observation and photography more convenient. Have you heard about the great wildebeest migration? Up to 2 million wildebeest, along with hundreds of thousands of zebras and gazelle, make this annual movement. It is one of…

Tanzania Safari Packages – Itinerary

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download PDF for more details Arusha National Park - Day Tour Package ITINERARY FOR 1 DAY TOUR SAFARI Leave for Arusha National Park at 9:00am with packed lunches Drive to Park, 45 minutes drive. Arusha National Park has a vast variety of wild animals and is a hiker's paradise. Around the Park, trips to nearby villages, farms and markets provide excellent insight into the life of the local tribes. Visits to a coffee farm or walking safaris with the Maasai living below on the steppe are a few of the many options available. Have lunch at besides the Momela Lake in a…

Tanzania Safari

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Why Tanzania? Tanzania is without rival when it comes to African safaris. In layman’s terms, Tanzania is simply amazing. When you think of Tanzania you might picture a march of a thousand wildebeests during their Serengeti migration. You might think of a happy family of elephants crossing the muddy, wide Tarangire River, a healthy pride of lions catching some sunrays in the Ngorongoro Crater, or a flock of bright pink flamingos getting lunch on the banks of Lake Natron. These images that might come to mind are not unreasonable, and can be put to life during your visit to Tanzania.…

Where would you go for your 2016 vacation?

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VISIT TANZANIA 2016-04

What better location than EAST AFRICA!!!   AFRICA is the wildlife heaven. It is famous for wildlife safaris, splendid hiking areas, beautiful crater, lakes and abundant natural glory. Thousands of people visit this continent of the world to witness the most wonder wildlife on our planet. It is one of the oldest inhabited areas of the world. Africa’s highest mountain Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania. This terrific country has many beaches and national parks where you could have lots of fun and adventure. It has many gorgeous mountains where you could enjoy the most enthralling experience of hiking. TANZANIA is…