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15 reasons why you should explore the Tarangire National Park

22 August 2016
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  • The Tarangire National Park may only be Tanzania’s sixth largest park, but for what it lacks in size, it makes up for elephant migrations, excellent bird-watching opportunities and an authentic safari experience.
  • If you’re planning a Kenya safari, here are 20 reasons why you should explore the Tarangire National Park.
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Two young lions cosying up in the Tarangire National Park during a very cold mornng. #tanzania #tarangirenationalpark #lion #safari

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Something bright and beautiful in the Tarangire National Park - a Lilac-Breasted Roller. #tanzania #tarangirenationalpark #ornithology #birdwatching #roller

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Leopard - Panthera pardus

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Someone had a rough night #blueballs #vervetmonkey #tarangirenationalpark #safari #tanzania����

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The wave... #tarangirenationalpark #tanzania #asiliadventuresafaris #savetheelephants

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Young Dik Dik. Copeland Family Safari 2016. #tanzania #tanzaniasafari #safari #tarangire #tarangirenationalpark #dikdik #canon7d

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My favorite photo from the safari #safari#elephant#tanzania#tarangirenationalpark

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