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National Park In Tanzania African Safari

In this article National Park in Tanzania African Safari you will find out:

-Is going to a National Park in Tanzania African Safari  really a one-in-a-lifetime experience?
-How much is an African safari at a National Park in Tanzania ?
-How many different types animals can you see in one day?

This National Park in Tanzania National Park in Tanzania African Safari enables you to experience an unrivaled African Safari with landscape of open plains, dotted with thousands of animals where Tarangire River attract a vast number of wildlife, but the National Park in Tanzania is also especially renowned for its huge elephant herds, enabling its visitors the spotting of entire thick-skinned families.

Tarangire National Park in Tanzania has some of the highest population density of elephants as compared to anywhere in Tanzania, and its sparse vegetation, strewn with baobab and acacia trees, makes it a beautiful and distinctive location to visit.

The park in Tanzania is close proximity to Arusha only about 2 hours drive and its a good chance to see a lot of animals quickly. Especially if you are short on time.

Tarangire National Park in Tanzania Safari Day trip Itinerary:

After early morning breakfast, our driver guide picked us up from our hotel in Arusha to Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. We heading into the Tarangire National Park in Tanzania for a morning game drive. The park runs along the line of the Tarangire River and is mainly made up of low-lying hills on the Great Rift Valley floor. Its natural vegetation mainly consists of Acacia woodland and giant African Baobab trees, with huge swamp areas in the south. Both the river and the swamps act like a magnet for wild animals, during Tanzania’s dry season. After a picnic lunch overlooking Tarangire river, driver took us back to Arusha.

Firstly, you have got to have breakfast early because our guide picked us up at 6am with the 4×4 Safari Land Cruiser. It takes about 3 hours from Arusha to the National park of Tarangari. The guid told us that there’s flies around  and if you get bitten more than 10 times you either get yellow fever or you get night sickness. So be careful.

Here are some of the animal we saw on this safari:

The Vervet monkey is native to africa found in the south and the east they’ve been noted for having human characteristics such a high blood pressure anxiety and even like to drink alcohol mostly herbivores they have black faces and grey body hairs the big one is the world of this

Wilder beasts belong to the family of antelopes cattle goats and sheep and the blue wilder beast is the most abundant in east africa

Impala is a medium-sized antelope which has a glossy two coat reddish brown and black and the tan flanks with a sharp contrast white underbelly

 

Impala

War thog is a member of the pig family and is identified by two pairs of tusks
protruding upwards that can grow centimeters long they’re used for fighting with other hogs

Maasai Giraffe is distinguished by jagged irregular star-like spots on his body found in Kenya and all of Tanzania it is the largest body draft species making it the tallest land animal on earth yeah i’ve seen so many animals already only been here like

Maasai giraffe

 

The park has a very big herd of African Savannah elephants which are the largest elephant species on earth they also have larger ears than the one in asia which helps keep them cool both male and female african elephants have tusks which are used to dig for food and water male tusks tend to be slightly larger

 

East africa is the apex of diversity for antelopes with over 45 species Secretary birds are an african bird of prey found mostly in grasslands home to more than 550 bird species

Tarangari national park is a haven for bird enthusiasts

The food on safari was rice vegetables and chicken which is good and some drinks so the total price for this safari was 540 dollars
that’s for two adults and one child so it works out about 200 for each adult don’t forget this is a private tour we have a private vehicle and tour guide so um it doesn’t work out that bad it’s pretty cheap it’s probably one of the cheapest safari you could probably actually go cheaper
if you had more people i think so i don’t think safaris have to be that
expensive really

 

So was it a lifetime experience? well idon’t think so really it was okay fantastic but not it didn’t goosebumps didn’t turn up on the back of my neck and i didn’t see any gooses either but i did see a lot of different types
of animals but i didn’t see hundreds and hundreds of animals i think you have to go to serengeti for that .

Included in the price:

• All game drives viewing in a custom built 4×4 Safari Land Cruiser
• All parks entrance fees
• Transportation with a 4×4 vehicles with viewing roofs
• Professional English-speaking driver-guide during the safari
• Bottled safe drinking water in safari vehicles
• Current Government taxes and levies
• Packed Lunch during Safari
• 24-Hour support during the safari from our office in Arusha.

 

Excluded from the price:

• Internal or International flights
• Transfers to and from the airport.
• Full board service at the hotel including body massage, hotel
excursions, bar & laundry services
• Entry visa to Tanzania
• Travel and health insurance
• TIPS to your guide, hotel staff, and porters
• Meals, drinks, and excursions not described in the itinerary
Items of a personal nature, laundry, telephone and postage

 

Russell M. Henderson (@ArchitectRussell) is a RIBA Chartered Architect working in Tanzania, East Africa. Russell also ‘edu-tains’ his passion for Architecture Travel & Film with video content on YouTube , TikTok & Instagram.

 

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