Travel Blogs from Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

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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 ...

To Tarangire NP, Tuesday March 3, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

To Tarangire NP, Tuesday March 3

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

... Many vendors stopped by to sell us stuff. Went to Dorobo compound. It is across a field from The Peace House. Drove out to Tarangire National park. Saw elephants on the way in. Had a buffet lunch. Then went to our tents to rest. Back out looking at 4 ...

Tarangire NP - Wed March 4, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire NP - Wed March 4

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

... We fixed Pallangyo's glasses with an earplug. His nose piece had fallen off. Pallangyo said we would take a detour through Tarangere park before we left. That turned out to be two hours. We saw lots more elephants. We saw several groups together ...

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 ...

From Lodge to Tent Camp, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

From Lodge to Tent Camp

A travel blog entry by wombat99

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This morning saw us leaving Seronera to visit the nearby Visitor's Centre with its resident Hydrax all over the surrounding rocks, weaver's nests in the trees and metal sculptures of crocodiles and wildebeest.  Back to Naabi Hill with its Golden ...

Tarangire National Park, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park

A travel blog entry by cytravel

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We were up early to start our wildlife drive in the nearby Tarangire National Park.   The park features a variety of vegetation zones from grassland to woodland and has the largest concentration of breeding birds in the world. It also has massive ...

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 ...

Game Drive at Little Chem Chem, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Game Drive at Little Chem Chem

A travel blog entry by some-beach

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This morning we went out on a prebreakfast drive.  We stayed in the area not far from camp. The vehicle is completely open with unrestricted views.  The air was filled with bird songs.  The sun wasn't up yet and when it did rise there was ...

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, ...

Overland to Tanzania, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Overland to Tanzania

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves

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... chocolate cakes were truly delicious. After lunch we boarded our 2 new Toyota Land Cruisers for the rest of the way into Tarangire National Park area.  We had one stop on our way.  It was a local market with many vendors selling everything from ...

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 ...

2. und 3. Tag oder Elefants around the clock, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

2. und 3. Tag oder Elefants around the clock

A travel blog entry by andreina12

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... wir noch auf der Terrasse gesessen und den Blog getippt. In der Ferne knackte es gelegentlich. André meinte: Elefanten. Jaja - der Park ist weit weg.... Gegen 23.00 Uhr haben wir im Zimmer noch Fotos geguckt als es plötzlich ganz laut knackte... Da ...

Tarangire Day 2, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire Day 2

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... .  The good news for Tarangire is that the abundance of tse tse flies here made it easy to designate it a National Park, because it wasn't good for livestock, and not particularly attractive for residential development.  In addition to the ...

Birds Birds Birds - of the feathered variety, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Birds Birds Birds - of the feathered variety

A travel blog entry by janemacg

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... environment of the places we have been. Give me the humidity any day - this dry heat is a killer. On the way into Tarangire, we witnessed a leopard kill. I had just taken photo of a gorgeous wee baby impala (only hours old) and we were watching an ...

On to Tarangire NP, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

On to Tarangire NP

A travel blog entry by cytravel

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In morning we drove out of Amboseli National Park and saw all the regulars. The clouds were still covering the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, but we could see most of it. We were told we were lucky to see that much.  Apparently clouds are the norm. When ...

Tarangire National Park, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park

A travel blog entry by smithafrica2013

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Treehouse Cubby, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Treehouse Cubby

A travel blog entry by possnmark

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... dotted lines, drove at a reasonable pace and generally observed the road rules.Travelled from airport, through  Arusha to Tarangire National Park. Herds of goats and cattle, well fed and watered and tended by small Maasai boys in their traditional ...

Lions!, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Lions!

A travel blog entry by ckjones8

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This morning's highlight was lions. We saw a female with three cubs sunning themselves. Later we saw lions mating. Our afternoon safari was fairly uneventful, we saw honeycomb in a baobob tree, some new birds...then at the end of the day there was a ...

Leeuwen en olifanten bij het ochtendgloren in Tara, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Leeuwen en olifanten bij het ochtendgloren in Tara

A travel blog entry by vwitteman

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In da Elephant hood., Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

In da Elephant hood.

A travel blog entry by thepedro

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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 ...

Fly Camping - But NOT as we know it..., Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Fly Camping - But NOT as we know it...

A travel blog entry by janemacg

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If something is called fly camping, wouldn't you think you would fly somewhere and camp??? That's what we thought but we were wrong. The "fly"refers to lightweight and we were supposed to walk there!!! However after a bad day in the heat yesterday and it ...

The emptiest national park in Africa??, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

The emptiest national park in Africa??

A travel blog entry by evelyn.grace

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... ;but if you took our first game drive you would be forgiven in thinking the park was deserted. Alongside the national park there was a carelessly placed school, without fences. I asked did the school have a problem with lions, but ...

Tanzania Safari!, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Tanzania Safari!

A travel blog entry by caracciofamily

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... accomodations were a combination of lodges and tent camping within the parks to get the most variety of experiences.  Tarangere National Park, our first (2 day) safari tour, was full of elephants, giraffes and beautiful Baobob trees.  Then ...

prvni zvirata, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

prvni zvirata

A travel blog entry by gabifilova

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V 8h mame sraz na snidani. Mame vajicka, toasty, ovoce. V 9h odjizdime s pruvodcem, nasim jeepem pro obed, na nakup chlastu..Kupujeme 48piv /tretinek/ Kilimanjara, 6 lahavacu Tusker piva, 3x mistni palenku Konyagi a 1 Captain Morgan, za 114 500s. ...

Tarangire National Park - Was es zu sehen gab, Tarangire Safari Lodge, Tanzania travel blog

Tarangire National Park - Was es zu sehen gab

A travel blog entry by osn

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... sind, wo keine Game Drives erlaubt sind. Schade! Akazien sind die Lieblingsspeise der Giraffen und davon hat es im Tarangire National Park in Hülle und Fülle. Die dicken, harten Dornen der Akazien können den Giraffen nichts anhaben, denn erstens essen ...

First Wildlife Encounter, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania travel blog

First Wildlife Encounter

A travel blog entry by cmw67dr

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Another early start for the journey from Arusha to the Tarangire National Park. The first hour was on tarmac but then it was all cross country on rough dusty tracks to Tarangire Treetops. And the name doesn't lie! Amazing rooms built in Baobab trees. Ours ...

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