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Southern Kenya Safaris from Mombasa

Mombasa Bush Tour - with visit of a native village, bush walk and lunch in Arlore Bush Restaurant.

1 Day Mombasa Safari to Tsavo East, Ngutuni Sanctuary

1 1/2 Days Mombasa Safari to Tsavo East

2 Days Ngutuni, Ngangao Forest and Taita Hills Safari

2 Days Mombasa Safari to Tsavo East and Saltlick Safari

3 Days Mombasa Safari to Ngutuni, Ngangao Taita Hills

3 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East and Amboseli Safari

3 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East and West Safari


3 Days Mombasa to Tsavo West and Amboseli Safari

3 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East, Amboseli and Ngutuni Sanctuary safari

4 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East, Amboseli and Tsavo West Safari

5 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East, Amboseli, Tsavo West and Saltlick Safari

6 Days Mombasa to Ngutuni Game Sanctuary, Tsavo West , Amboseli and Tsavo East Safari

Northern Tanzania Safaris

4 Days Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater Safari

4 Days Tarangire, Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti Safari

4 Days Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti Safari

7 Days Arusha, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti Safari

Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania Combined Safaris

4 Days Amboseli, Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater Safari - Kenya and Tanzania Safari

5 Days Amboseli, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire Safari

South Kenya Safari circuit

Ngutuni Game Sanctuary
Saltlick Game Sanctuary
Tsavo East National Park
Tsavo West National Park
Amboseli National Park

Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit

Serengeti National Park
Tarangire National Park
Ngorongoro Crater
Lake Manyara National Park

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Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park: Description

Tarangire National Park is a quiet, seasonal park with wide views to distant volcanic mountain ranges. Tarangire covers 2600 sq km of grassland and floodplains, and a large proportion of tall acacia woodland just south of the open grass plains of southern Masai land.

Tarangire National Park: Landscape and Vegetation

Tarangire National Park has regions of quite dense bush, but with high grasses and huge old baobab trees instead of the green forests of Manyara. The land is hilly and dominated by the impressive valley of the Tarangire River, which attracts good numbers of migrant animals during the dry months, especially between July and September.

Wildlife and Game Viewing in Tarangire National Park

During the dry months the concentration of animals around the Tarangire river is almost as diverse and reliable as in the Ngorongoro Crater, but the ecosystem here is balanced by a localised migration pattern that is followed by most animals other than lion, who don't tend to abandon their territory.

There are a fantastic number of colourful birds in Tarangire National Park throughout the year, with likely spots including the Paradise Whyder and endearing Yellow-collared lovebirds. Tarangire National Park has a few resident lion, which are easier to spot during the migration. In other months they look quite mean and lean and slip easily between the lengthening grasses.

Tarangire: Migration Patterns and When to Go

The animals mostly disperse during April and May, when there is widespread greenery, vegetation and standing water to encourage all the grazers further afield.

In June, the eland and oryxes begin to return, followed by elephant towards the end of the month. Tarangire is a great spot for elephant gatherings at the end of the rainy season in June, and zebra and wildebeest return together through July.

By mid-August all the animals are congregating around their last reliable water source, the Tarangire River.
The calving season falls in the early months of the year, through January, February and March, and so makes the most of the fresh grass during the rainy season.

 

 
 

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