TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK
It is the most southern of the accessible park of Northern Tanzania. Name after River Tarangire, the park covers an area of 2,850 sq. Km. On the east bank of Lake Manyara National Park; the Tarangire River crosses the park from north to south and offers annual supply of water in the park. Several circuits are possible. Burungi to the west (80 km), Lamarkan to the South (150 Km) Matete, along the river (60 Km) acacia trees and baobabs forests shelter animals seeking refuge near the river.
The most important vegetation types include; riparian woodland, acacia tortillas parkland wetlands and seasonal flood plains, Acacia-camni phora woodland, Acacia drepanolobiam woodland, deep gully vegetation and Grassland with scattered baobabs trees.
Bird life: Bird watchers have a wide selection to see in this park, which has more than 500-recorded species, the most breeding species in one habitat in the world. The park accommodates to the largest bird in the world, the ostrich, and Kori Bustard the heaviest bird, which can fly just a few to mention.
Wild life: During the best game-watching month, much of the park wildlife is connected in the vicinity of the Tarangire River. The park has the greatest concentration of wildlife outside the Serengeti ecosystem.