Tarangire National Park entry fees
The conservation fees (USD53.10) are paid by all guests and driver guides in order to gain access to Tarangire National Park.
The park fees are paid in advance at the Tanzania National Park Authority‘s bank account (TANAPA)
The Tanzania National Park Authority collects and manages the Tarangire National Park entrance fees.
If you’re staying outside the park, your park entry fee is valid for 24 hours after you check in.
If you remain in one of the park’s camps outside of the park, your entrance fee is valid before you leave.
Tarangire National Park entrance fees must be paid in advance at a bank before visiting the park.
The park authorities are not permitted to accept cash at the entrance.
Entry costs are the same as they are for any other Tanzanian national park.
You can only pay for a cashless credit card at the time of purchase.
You will be paid a surcharge if you pay for a credit card, based on the type of credit card you use.
After paying the park entrance fees at the bank, you will be given a bank serial number, which will be used to check you in at the gate.
The payments are charged one user per day, so multiply the number of people by the number of days you plan on spending at the park.
The entrance fee to Tarangire National Park can be charged in either US dollars or Tanzanian shillings.
This are some of the currencies that can be used to pay park entrance fees in Tanzania’s national parks.
You are permitted to participate in all park events that are directly controlled by the park authority after paying the park entrance fees.
Private events that take place in the park are not included in the park entrance rates.
Hot air balloon safaris, cycling or nature hikes, night game drives, and other park events can be planned privately at the park. Game rides, birding, a visit to the tourist center, and other events are included in the Serengeti park entry fees.
Guests must also take note of that Tarangire National Park entry fees can be changed any time without notice. No one should take your cash at the park gate because you will be doing it at your own risks. You also required to have a valid passport and visa that shows your entry to the country. Tarangire National Park entry fees include Value Added Tax (VAT).
Foreigners pay in dollars, while East Africans and Tanzanians pay in Tanzanian shillings.
Other Serengeti national park fees that must be paid if you wish to access the park include vehicle fees, aircraft fees, truck and delivery van fees, animal passes, special facilities and events, camping fees, and so on.
Please see the Tanzania National Park Authority tariff schedule for 2020/2021 for more information on Tarangire national park fees.
Tarangire National Park entry fees including 18% VAT
FOREIGNERS /NON RESIDENTS (usd)
Children below 5 years of age Free entry
EAST AFRICAN CITIZEN (TZs)
Citizen Adults(16 year and above) – TZs. 10000
Citizen Children(Between age of 5-16) – TZs 2000
Citizen Student – Ksh. 2000
Children below the age of 5 is free
EAST AFRICAN RESIDENTS (TZs)
Resident Adult(16 year and above) – Tzs 10000
Resident Children(Between age of 5-16) – TZs 2000
Resident Student – TZs-2000
Children below the age of 5 is free
Tanzania National park fees including VAT
Excluding VAT Includes VAT
|Arusha National Park||$ 45.00||$ 53.10|
|Tarangire National Park||$ 45.00||$ 53.10|
|Lake Manyara National Park||$ 45.00||$ 53.10|
|Ngorongoro||$ 60.00||$ 70.80|
|NCAA Crater Fee – Per Vehicle||$ 250.00||$ 295.00|
|Serengeti National Park||$ 60.00||$ 70.80|
|Olduvai Gorge||$ 30.00||$ 35.40|
Public Camping fees
Children above 5 but below 15 years 5 $
Children below 5 years Free .