How to get to Tarangire National Park

By Road
Most people identify a safari to Tarangire as a loner Safari. Tarangire ranks as part of the famous northern safari circuit and is definitely visited alongside with Serengeti and the Ngorongoro crater. Arusha town is a starting point to many for most of the safaris to this circuit.

By air

Flying into Kilimanjaro International AirPort (KIA) is the best option to get to Tarangire. This is located, 46 kilometers (29 Miles) from Arusha. Another possibility is to fly into Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) which is near Dar es Salaam and then arranging for a domestic flight at Arusha Airport (ARK).

If you want to get a relatively cheap flight, you can also opt to fly in Nairobi Kenya and then move on to continue with one of the buses between Arusha and Nairobi. You are able to get to Arusha by 4 pm if you use a morning pick up. Your tour operator will pick you up from the airport in most cases and also take care of any other transportation from there.

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Charter flights

You can also use charter flights from Arusha then to Serengeti and then finally to Tarangire.From Arusha to the entrance gate, be assured of a comfortable drive that will take you only 2hours, with which only 7kms of them are on a non tarred road. Going on  is quite easy to drive to Lake Manyara, or the Ngorongoro Conservation area.

Tarangire is one of the parks located in Northern Tanzania known as a more seasonal park. Within the Greater Tarangire ecosystem, there is a lot of migratory movement.

There are large herds of animals that are pulled towards the Tarangire River during the dry season between June and October. The elephant numbers are also amazing at this time.

Tarangire is almost the least visited park among those Tanzanian parks in the North but it holds the real air of unveiled Africa specifically in the south of the park. Covering an area of 2,600 square kilometers, Tarangire lies in s small distance, south east of Lake Manyara. It has a hilly landscape that is dotted by a number of Baobab tress, thick bushes and long grass.