Kilimanjaro: Grom & Team Wrap Up Their Safari at Tarangire National Park

Posted by: Casey Grom | February 21, 2013
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Kilimanjaro

Today we visited Tarangire National Park, home to more elephants per square mile than any place on earth. No luck with the leopard or cheetah today, but we did see plenty of lions and elephants. We even managed to rescue another party who got their 4x4 stuck in the river. We’ll finish the trip off with one last night here in Africa listening to the sounds of nature in a tented camp that sits along the Tarangire River. The last three days have been a great way to relax after all the effort to climb Kili and everyone has had a great time. Tomorrow we’ll head back to Arusha and catch our long flights home.

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RMI Guide Casey Grom and crew

An elephant in Tarangire National Park. Photo: Jeff Martin Baobab tree at Tarangire National Park. Photo: RMI Collection Sunset looking over Tarangire National Park. Photo: RMI Collection

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