In the northern part of Tanzania, there rests the Tarangire National Park. Named for the river that runs through the park, helping provide the wildlife and land itself with the kind of nourishment that can help turn a normal patch of land into something beautiful.
It’s right outside the Northern Circuit safari circuit, notably the fabled capital of exploration, Arusha, where you can see herds of wild animals and even stop at some local markets. You can check out the diverse landscape, ranging from dense woods to abandoned termite mounds. But keep your eyes out, you might even see a cheetah in the tall grass.
And not just big cats – elephants, wildebeest, giraffes, monkeys, zebra, even buffalo explore the lush environment. And seeing how everyone is usually finding themselves in a tourist trap instead of this tucked away paradise, it’s well worth the visit. Learn more about the park, and why it’s one of the most beautiful places in the world, right here.