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The Tanzania is home to about 20% of the species of large African mammals, distributed in its reserves, conservation areas, marine parks and national parks over an area of more than 99,306 square kilometers or more than 10% of the surface of Tanzania.

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Indeed, with its infinite and magnificent expanses, its wildlife, its fascinating culture, its welcoming and friendly inhabitants, Tanzania will amaze you. This country is known for its safaris and of course this is what Burigi Chato Safari will introduce you to.


This is a 4 day safari that will first take you to Tarangire National Park with its vast population of elephants, where in the dry season (July to October) you will also see lots of predators, then the tour will take to the heart of safari in Tanzania to the first & most famous park, Serengeti National Park which has a big population of lions and leopards. And finally you will finish your safari at Ngorongoro Crater, world heritage which others refer as a natural zoo due to its the a large number of animals which hence attracts an array of predators such as cheetahs, leopards, lions, hyenas etc

Welcome to tarangire national park

Tarangire national park is one of the best national parks in Tanzania located in the word of masai steppe to the south east and lakes of the Great Rift Valley to the north and west. The park occupies an area of 2600sq .km and is known to have a vast variety of wildlife species with amazing accommodation facilities for tourists to rest in when they are on a Tanzania safari tour.

Tarangire national parks is found in Tanzania and is one of the national parks in the northern Tanzania circuit. Located a short drive from Arusha, this destination is also found close to other wildlife viewing destinations such as Lake manyara national park. The name Tarangire after which the natinal park is called comes from the Tarangire river which crosses throung the park. Different wildlife species drink from the river which is a primary source of water for the animals especially during the dry season. 


The distant Silale Swamp is one of the Tarangire ecosystem’s features. During the green season, the swamp behaves like a big sponge, soaking up water and slowly releasing it during the dry season. Huge herds of herbivores flood the park in search of water, attracting lions, leopards, and wild dogs in turn. Silale-swamp lions, African wild dogs, cape buffaloes, and even elephants call these wetlands home. Donaldson-nightjar, Smith’s Vulturine Guinea fowl some of the bird species that can be seen in this area

The giant baobab tree

The baobab tree, popularly known as the Tree of Life, is another distinctive feature that can be found in Tarangire National Park. The Baobab has adapted to its surroundings over time. It’s a succulent, which means it collects and retains water in its massive trunk during the rainy season, allowing it to produce nutrient-dense fruit during the dry season when everything else is dry and barren. As a result, it was dubbed “The Tree of Life.”

It has a “gigantic” trunk that can hold up to 300 liters of water. They have a lengthy life expectancy and can live for up to 600 years. The edible seeds of this tree are a significant source of food for a variety of animals. Elephants, on the other hand, sharpen their massive tusks on the bark of these trees. According to legend, these trees could easily roam over the African continent, but God was irritated by their aimless movement, so he chose to install them upside down to prevent them from moving again.

Birding in Tarangire

Enjoy seeing a diverse range of beautiful and rare bird species during your vocation in Tarangire national park. The marshes of Tarangire are home to around 550 distinct bird species. Tarangire is a well-known safari site for bird lovers who find themselves engrossed for an extended period of time. Crested francolins, hoopoes, yellow-necked spurfow, hornbills, guinea fowl, steppe eagles, brown parrots, the enormous lappet-faced vulture, white-bellied go away bird, bateleur eagles, mouse birds, Kori bustards, yellow-collared lovebirds, bee-eaters are some of the bird species that can be spotted during your safari in Tarangire-tanzania.

The Wildlife Migration in Tarangire

Tarangire is one of northern Tanzania’s most seasonal parks, with a lot of migratory activity within the Tarangire environment. Tarangire is around 120 kilometers from Arusha, near the south-east corner of Manyara National Park.

During the dry season, from June to October, most of the Tarangire Region is completely dry, with only a few remaining water sources. Unimaginable vast herds of various animals migrate into the park due to the Tarangire River’s waters attracting them. This massive wildlife migration, albeit not as well-known as the annual Wildebeest Migration in Serengeti, sees elephants, hartebeests, wildebeests, gazelles, and zebras, as well as predators like lions and leopards, enter the park in great numbers. Make this park a part of your northern Tanzania safari since the vegetation is sparse and arid, making for excellent animal viewing.

Tanzania’s elephant population

Tarangire National park’s largest elephant population, which is regarded to be the highest in Tanzania, is one of the main attractions that has helped it become world famous. As the dry season develops from June to October, and the terrain becomes increasingly dryer, you’ll encounter big elephant herds of up to 300 elephants mining the dry riverbed of the Tarangire River in search of underground streams of water to quench their thirst. The arrival of the rains, on the other hand, provides plenty of pastures and water, causing the animals to disperse throughout the park; however, due to the large number of elephants that live here, these land giants can still be seen even during the rainy season.

Poacher’s Hide

Poacher’s hide in Tarangire National Park is a must-see attraction located southwest of Tarangire Hill, around a hundred meters west of the park’s main north-south road. The Poacher’s Hide is a famous old baobab tree with a slightly hidden entrance and an inside chamber that was formerly utilized by poachers as a hideaway. The Poacher’s Hide baobab has a diameter of around 10 meters and is thought to be over 300 years old, making it one of Tarangire National Park’s oldest trees.


Lemiyon Triangle

This is yet another must-see attraction during your safari in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park. Massive baobab trees and enormous flocks of red-billed quelea birds may be found in Lemiyon. This unspoiled location is nestled away in the park’s northernmost reaches, forming a triangle zone. The enormous baobab trees that loom alongside the road with their colossal silver trunks and multitude of gnarled branches are the most outstanding form of vegetation here. Lemiyon is exceptionally wonderful for raptor viewing, and even non-birders will be surprised by the quantity of these strong aerial carnivores.

Tarangire River

The Tarangire River is an important feature in Tarangire National Park, serving as a water source for the park’s eco system and a fantastic place to see wildlife as animals gather at the river’s banks to drink water, especially during the dry season.

In Tanzania’s wildlife viewing safaris in Tarangire National Park, the Tarangire River provides a haven for many animals, including a significant concentration of elephants, who come to the river banks to drink water and cool off from the scorching sun. Elephants excavating on the sand near the Tarangire River in an attempt to get subsurface water have been spotted. Leopards, lions, wildebeests, zebras, buffaloes, and gazelles are among the creatures that can be observed along the Tarangire River’s banks.

Matete Woodlands

Matete offers excellent leopard watching as well as the opportunity to glimpse the uncommon oryx antelope. The towering elephant grass and prickly reeds that grow along the river banks on the western side of the region give the place its name. Matete is the best place in the park to see leopards on a regular basis. These secretive cats are frequently seen among the acacia tortilla trees’ branches.

Kitibong Hill


Kitibong Hill is a stunning area in Tarangire National Park that is home to enormous herds of Cape buffalo and endangered wild dogs. While on a Tanzania safari in Tarangire National Park, you can see cape buffaloes tossing their huge bossed horns and surging across the acacia plains of the area.

The spectacular African wild dogs can be seen rushing in groups of 6-20 in this Kitibong Hill area. Travelers that visit Tarangire National Park while on a Tanzania safari will have the opportunity to see and meet these attractions in the park’s environment. Choose Focus East Africa Tours that will take you on a safari to Tarangire National Park for a truly unforgettable Tanzania-African safari experience.



Serengeti National Park /Serengeti park / Serengeti Park Tanzania is undoubtedly the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world and is therefore unequaled for its natural beauty and scientific value. It has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa.

Serengeti national park found in the Northern part of Tanzania is one of the national parks of Tanzania that makes the greater North tourist destination. The Northern tourist corridor consist of Ngorongoro crater, Lake Manyara national park, Tarangire national park and finally the greater Serengeti National park. Serengeti national park/ Serengeti Tanzania national park / Serengeti park Tanzania was named after the Maasai local word Siringet which means an open endless plain. The park borders Ngorongoro in the South and Maasai Mara in the North crating the greater Serengeti ecosystem.

Before the local communities where resettled in different areas of Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara and Karatu regions all the four Northern parks formed the park/ Serengeti national park Tanzania. Safari in Tanzania without visiting Serengeti is incomplete trip missing much experience on your trip to Tanzania. The Serengeti national park is not only famous of the great wildebeest migration but also host a wide range of different flora and fauna that forms the Serengeti ecosystem.

Welcome to Ngorongoro Crater Tanzania

Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area which spans across vast expanses of highland plains, savanna woodlands and forests. Established in 1959 as a multiple land use area, with wildlife coexisting with semi-nomadic Maasai pastoralists practicing traditional livestock grazing, it includes the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest caldera. The property has global importance for biodiversity conservation due to the presence of globally threatened species, the density of wildlife inhabiting the area, and the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra, gazelles and other animals into the northern plains. Extensive archaeological research has also yielded a long sequence of evidence of human evolution and human-environment dynamics, including early hominid footprints dating back 3.6 million years.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (809,440 ha) spans across vast expanses of highland plains, savanna, savanna woodlands and forests, from the plains of the Serengeti National Park in the north-west, to the eastern arm of the Great Rift Valley. The area was established in 1959 as a multiple land use area, with wildlife coexisting with semi-nomadic Maasai pastoralists practising traditional livestock grazing. It includes the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest caldera, and Olduvai Gorge, a 14km long deep ravine. The property has global importance for biodiversity conservation in view of the presence of globally threatened species such as the black Rhino, the density of wildlife inhabiting the Ngorongoro Crater and surrounding areas throughout the year, and the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra, Thompson’s and Grant’s gazelles and other ungulates into the northern plains.


Ngorongoro Crater has a wide variety of species and wildlife and is open for visiting all year round. However there are seasons which are very interesting for tourists to visit. During the wet seasons animals be less in the park as they hide for shelter and the roads are usually slipper and impassable. Therefore most of the travelers opt for the months of June to September and December to February which are usually dry months. Animals species like lions, cheetahs, elephants, buffaloes and the like all come out in big numbers in search for water. Also the roads are easy to navigate during these months. Therefore these months are the best time for tourists to visit Ngorongoro conservation area.


Due to the large number of wildlife species and other attractions in Ngorongoro, there are a number of activities that tourists can engage in when they visit. Because of these attractions and activities, tanzania has been sold to the world and is very famous for having Ngorongoro Crater as a conservation area. Some of the attractions include the Wildlife species and ngorongoro conservation area happens to be one of the only places in the world where you will find all the Big 5 mammals of Africa i.e. Buffalos, Lions, Elephants, Leopards and the Rhinos. The most famous activity for viewing the wildlife is the Wildlife. Other attractions in Ngorongoro include bird species, the amazing caldera of Ngorongoro Crater, Gold Mountains, a visit to the Olduvai Museum and footprints at the Laetoli.



Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania has got a number of attractions which have continuously brought to deck, a number of tourists who travel from across the world. They usually come to this place for holidays and most of them on honeymoon safaris. From this, a number of safari companies have come up to take advantage of these trips that foreigners do throughout the year. These tour companies all strive to offer the right safari packages for the foreigners. Therefore it is up to the traveler to make a choice with which safaris package to choose. A safari package is sort of a detail on how the trip shall flow right from the start when they pick you from the airport or from your accommodation facility, to when the safari ends when you are flagged off. Therefore it is up to the traveler to make a choice with which safaris package to choose.



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