Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park was established in 1970 covering a total Area of 2,850 km² including grassland, savanna between 1,000–1,500 m. Its a major habitat for different Wildlife Species in Tanzania including Wild animals, Primates, Reptiles, insects and different bird species.

Some of Wildlife species in Tarangire National Park include oryx, gerenuk, Elephant, baobab, lesser kudu, African wild dog, lion Kori bustard, ground horn-bill, ostrich, yellow-collared lovebird, Rufus-tailed weaver, ashy starling, dwarf mongoose, red-and-yellow barbet and 550 bird species with largest concentration of wildlife behind Serengeti.