Safari Activities

Tarangire National Park Walking Safari

Overview

Tarangire National Park is well known for its giant baobabs and elephant. Located just 2 hours away of Arusha town. Here, apart from the game drives that we normally do and people experience we do also have a different activity which is a walking safari. We will be accompanied by a ranger who will be providing information of the flora and fauna present in Tarangire. The walk is normally along the Tarangire river.

Detailed Itinerary

Early morning after breakfast at 6:30 a.m. we depart from our accommodation and start the activity accompanied with a ranger. Your guide will share information about animals, their particular behaviours, and tracking skills. Apart from larger wildlife, such as Tarangire’s renowned and high numbers of elephant, you can also interact with various insects and curious birds.
End the delightful tracking tour by hugging one of the gigantic baobab trees.

Info

Duration: 2 hours

Location: Tarangire National Park

Difficulty: Medium

Price: $45 per person

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