A ranger post on the eastern border of Tarangire national park
, an official entrance or exit point for those entering or leaving the park using the road to Arusha
that passes east of the park.What to do there?
Get your permits checked in or out, or pay for and acquire them. Game drives of it and nearby areas, get information about the park as well as a ranger to accompany you, with the latter possibly requiring an arrangement with park headquarters at the park's northern end.
For a list of other attractions inside the park, please see our attractions page
.Best time to visit?
Any time of the year, though you may need a good 4x4 to visit during the rainy season of march to June; However, the rest of the park is best visited during the dry seasons as animals migrate to the Tarangire river for water, making game drives there more eventful.Location of Loiborsiret ranger post
Loiborsiret ranger post is located in a remote area on the eastern end of Tarangire national park, with some travelling required before reaching the nearest village - further east of here. For more information on this location, please see the map belowHow to get there
Mostly by road as the only airstrips in use are a bit far from this location, requiring an extra drive before getting here. There are airstrips both inside and around the park, but these serve small regional planes - with the larger international airports being situated in Arusha and Kilimanjaro.
There is a route east of here that goes through Mbuguni and into the southern outskirts of Arusha, as well as another on the western end of the park that can also be used to get to Serengeti
, lake Manyara
Self drive safaris are possible using a rental or private vehicle, with daily park tariffs for this including conservation fees, vehicle fees and possibly camping or accommodation fees - if spending the night inside the park.
For more information on park fees and tariffs, please see the TANAPA website