Tarangire National Park
Only a few wildlife sanctuaries anywhere in the continent are able to offer characteristically African natural environments of the kind to be seen throughout Tarangire National Park. The savannah woodlands are doted with gigantic baobabs trees and some of the most essential icons of Africa’s wildlife can be found easily – Plenty of migratory mammals typical of the plains – big herds of elephants and buffalos and the might predators such as lions, leopards and cheetah and if lucky, the African Painting Dogs ( wild dogs ) can be seen trotting in the park. The source of the park natural diversity is the Tarangire river, which provides water all the year round. It is this that makes Tarangire national park the most significant dry season refuge for ungulates in the well known Tarangire ecosystem.