Leopard

- 1 day safari in Tarangire

Description:

After breakfast at 8:00am, you'll be picked up from Primer Palace Hotel with your packed lunch to start the drive to Tarangire National Park where you will enjoy a full day's game drive.

Tarangire National Park covers an area of 1360sq km (525sq miles) with scattered Baobab trees, alternating with open acacia woodland which caters for wildlife food, open bush plains, swamps and rivers like River Tarangire.

Wildlife like elephants, zebra, giraffe, dik dik and ostrich and different species of birds can be seen. Later in the evening, we'll start the drive back to Premier Palace in Arusha.

Price includes:

Park fees, packed lunch, 1 ltr of water, 4WD jeep transportation, and guide.

Price does NOT include:

Visas, travel insurance, specialty health requirements, gratuities, drinks (aside from the 1 ltr of water), all items of a personal nature, and any service not specified.

Transfer From/To airport

Accommodation in Arusha

Domestic flights, cultural visits & excursions to be added onto the costs according to clients need.


Leopards may sometimes be confused with two other large spotted cats, the cheetah, with which it may co-exist in Africa, and the jaguar, a neotropical species that it does not naturally co-exist with.

However, the patterns of spots in each are different: the cheetah has simple black spots, evenly spread; the jaguar has small spots inside the polygonal rosettes; while the leopard normally has rounder, smaller rosettes than those of the jaguar.

The cheetah has longer legs and a thinner build that makes it look more streamlined and taller but less powerfully built than the leopard.

The jaguar is more similar in build to the leopard but is generally larger in size and has a more muscular, bulky appearance.

Leopard