Travel Blogs from Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

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Tarangire, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire

A travel blog entry by tracey-david

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... another a couple of hours (or was it 3,4??) of roadworks (or maybe that's just what it felt like), we arrived at Tarangire National Park. Fabulous park. Worth the drive! The best for seeing animals in the dry season, which it is now, we are told. Saw ...

Last Day in Tarangire, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Last Day in Tarangire

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... day game drive, including a picnic lunch.  We plan to go all the way to the northern boundary of the park, and follow the Tarangire River, which bisects the park along its north/south axis.  It is approximately 40+ miles from Swala Camp to this ...

The Maasai Village & The Talking Stick, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

The Maasai Village & The Talking Stick

A travel blog entry by josadventures

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Today we visited a Maasai village to see how they live and learn about their culture. The chief of the village was 80 years old and lived with his 10 wives and only 5 of his 70 kids. His other children were either Maasai warriors, herding cattle, at ...

Deuxième imersion à corps reposé!, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Deuxième imersion à corps reposé!

A travel blog entry by hoppsuisse

Hier soir nous avons eu un accueil très chaleureux au camp... La vue est magnifique, les tentes (si on peut appeler ça des tentes) étaient luxueuses... On avait pas le droit de sortir de nuit sans un guide massaï pour raison de sécurité, mais vu ...

Our first safari!, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Our first safari!

A travel blog entry by angelakent

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... noises were very peaceful, and the weather was perfect. The next day, we were up early to set out to nearby Tarangire National Park. Everyone was very excited! Right away when we entered the park, we saw giraffe and zebra, along with a waterbuck. We set ...

There are animals everywhere!, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

There are animals everywhere!

A travel blog entry by travelsake

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... (being passed by all the other tour companies) an hour and a half we arrived at the entrance gate to Tarangire National Park, the third largest reserve park in Tanzania. Our driver had to get permits and pay fees so we headed off to the restrooms (taking ...

Tarangerie, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangerie

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert

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Tarangire (Pronounced: Ta-(as in tap)-ran- geary. Tarangerie NP is the largest of the NP. There are some 4000 elephants here. We have a single day touring the area and encounter all the animals we have become so familiar with and elephants in big ...

Tarangire National Park, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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After our  early wake up call, we washed up even a bit more, finished last minute packing, and headed up for an early breakfast.  Pick-up for our trip to the airport is 6:45am.  We have too many bags, because of the need to pack for our ...

Game drive and rest day, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Game drive and rest day

A travel blog entry by markarbuckle

We woke at 5:15am and left at 6 for our last game drive ...

Elephant heaven, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Elephant heaven

A travel blog entry by gaye1959

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... get very possessive of their passengers. I don't think they are used to people changing between vehicles. We finally arrived at Tarangire National Park. We spent about an hour driving to the Tarangire Sopa Lodge where we are staying the night. We saw a ...

Virtual Lake, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Virtual Lake

A travel blog entry by rosandjohn

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... and threes and larger herds of twenty or more.   What was particularly attractive was seeing them down by River Tarangire, twisting their trunks around the grass before pulling it out and shaking off the dirt before stuffing it in ...

Tarangire National park - Facebook, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National park - Facebook

A travel blog entry by ckjones8

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We saw many of the 5000 elephants here at Tarangire National ...

More.. Bigger.. Better... Elephants and Giraffe, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

More.. Bigger.. Better... Elephants and Giraffe

A travel blog entry by bniester

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... that Kathy stuffed an emergency package in my bag before I left .. thanks! Aside from that, yesterday we arrived at Tarangiere National park.  Very different from Ngorogoro in that it is a rolling grass covered plain with a river running through it. ...

Tarangire National Park - Die Elefanten, Tarangire Safari Lodge, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park - Die Elefanten

A travel blog entry by osn

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... das Feld, nachdem er sich restlos davon vergewissert hatte, dass es wirklich nichts Essbares zu holen gab. Der Tarangire National Park ist bekannt für seine Elefanten - und wirklich: bereits nach kurzer Zeit entdeckten wir die ersten Elefantenherden. ...

Tarangire National Park - Unsere Unterkunft, Tarangire Safari Lodge, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park - Unsere Unterkunft

A travel blog entry by osn

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Hier im Tarangire National Park wohnen wir übrigens in der Tarangire Safari Lodge, im Zelt Nr. 15. Die Tarangire Safari Lodge ist wunderschön gelegen: erhöht auf einem Hügelzug mit Blick in die Ebene und den Tarangire-Fluss. Zur Zeit ist kleine ...

Tarangire National Park - Die Landschaft, Tarangire Safari Lodge, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park - Die Landschaft

A travel blog entry by osn

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... faserigen Stamm pressen. Nicht selten findet man daher Baobabs mit einem teilweise ausgehöhltem Baumstamm. Der Tarangire National Park ist landschaftlich sehr reizvoll und besteht aus drei ganz unterschiedlichen Landschaften: mit Akazien und Buschwerk ...

Tse tse flies and hiding animals, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tse tse flies and hiding animals

A travel blog entry by bmbeiss

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Tarangire National Park and Sundowner, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park and Sundowner

A travel blog entry by braught

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... sung to me by the wait staff in Swahili!!!' Then to top it off the owner Fabia told of her journey to own a concession and lodge in Tanzania. If you are Will Hugon's friend on Facebook . You are in for a treat with pics!!!!! * I forgot to write about the ...

Game drive in Tarangire, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Game drive in Tarangire

A travel blog entry by metruff

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Spent today doing a game drive in the park.  We saw over 20 species of animals including lions, cheetahs, elephants, cape buffalo, zebra, giraff, ...

Carving, painting and Masai, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Carving, painting and Masai

A travel blog entry by wombat99

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Today was a full day cultural walk through Mto-Wa-Mbu village on the northern shore of Lake Mayana and on to anearby Masai village. We started with a walk through the rice fields and market gardens surrounding the village with a local guide explaining ...

Bush Walking, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Bush Walking

A travel blog entry by travelsake

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PLANS: Full day of game driving in Tarangire NP 6:30am bush walk! Who thought that was a good idea?! Well, as you can see we survived our first night in the wild tundra. But morning came all too quickly since we had signed up for an early bush walk ...

Elephant country, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Elephant country

A travel blog entry by alandjo

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   We set off for Tarangire Park just before 8:30 AM. We knew the park wouldn't be able to top the Serengeti, but reminded ourselves we were on a safari in Africa and to be impressed with the zebras and wildebeest. Just after 9:30 we stopped at ...

Going on a Safari, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Going on a Safari

A travel blog entry by rosinski218

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We started our 4 day 3 night private safari today by visiting the Tarangire National Park. It was very dry, but beautiful. We saw so many ...

Elephants and more!, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Elephants and more!

A travel blog entry by ckjones8

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... , passed under huge power lines that run from Lake Victoria to Arusha. After 3 mostly bumpy hours, we arrived at the entrance to Tarangire National Park. It was about another one hour drive to reach our lodge, but we saw so many animals on the way that it ...

The animal viewing begins, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

The animal viewing begins

A travel blog entry by quest_of_a_foxe

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... 7:30 ion the morning. We were picked up by our guide Robert and our cook Chris, then it took about 2 hours to get to the park. We first dropped off Chris so he could work on the food for later. We saw lots of giraffe and impala then we continued to drive ...

Maasai Tribe Visit, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Maasai Tribe Visit

A travel blog entry by brettandjulie

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... married. When Brett says “no” she tell us she is sad for us.   On our way out of Tarangire National Park we visit a tribe called Makonde. They are expert woodworkers. Each tribe in Africa has their own specialty and every member of the ...

Tarangire, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire

A travel blog entry by benandalesha

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... in the bush.  We were extremely skeptical.    We spent most of the day on a game drive of Tarangire National Park.  We saw lots of elephants, impalas and giraffes.  The high point was watching a cheetah scope out the impalas ...

Last day at Tarangire, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Last day at Tarangire

A travel blog entry by travelsake

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... hoping to see hyenas and wild dog. Although I guess wild dog are almost an impossibility. It’s our last night in Tarangire National Park and what a visit it was. The amount of animals we saw was incredible. Everywhere you look is something to see ...

Safari Game Drive in Tarangire National Park, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Safari Game Drive in Tarangire National Park

A travel blog entry by marlenef

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After leaving the Arumeru Lodge in Arusha we drove to Tarangire and did our first game drive. Monkeys greeted us at the gate. Amazing sightings of elephants, zebras and impalas! Lots of baby elephants in the herd. We also saw giraffes, ostriches, ...

1. Tag oder Vom Affen gebissen, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

1. Tag oder Vom Affen gebissen

A travel blog entry by andreina12

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... es Dörfer und dazwischen Schaf- und Kuhherden, die von den Maasai in traditioneller Kleidung gehütet werden. Als wir am Tarangire Nationalpark ankamen und unser Fahrer uns anmeldete, sind wir auch ausgestiegen. Wir wollten - wie andere Touris - auch ...

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