What is your budget? What is more important to you image quality or versatility?
For landscapes on a DX camera you probably won't get much wider than 18mm unless you want to put down a fair bit of $$ for a fisheye or something like a 12-24 but there are plenty of macro/zoom options. Are you just looking to be able to focus in close to take macro style images like you linked above or do you want a longer focal length so you can also capture subjects at a fair distance?
Ya, a good telephoto won't be able to focus close enough to take detailed macro photos so either you will need another dedicated macro lens or you will need to use extension tubs on the telephoto to make it focus closer. My suggestion for you would be:
D3200 : $600 Tokina 100 F2.8 macro: $500 <- as good or better optics as the Nikon 100mm macro at a lower price. Nikon 80-200 F2.8 : $1079 <- The best telephoto you will be able to buy for less than $2000
total: $2179 new
If you get the 80-200 used you can probably get one in great shape for between $600 and $900 which brings the total down to right around your price range. (the previous generation of the 80-200 is just as good optically and I see them all the time for around $600 on craigslist). BH has a refurbed one in their used store right now for $529 and you can get it with a protection plan for $80 so if it is faulty they will replace it. [link]
Just one thing to bear in mind with the 80-200mm, it will NOT autofocus on a D3200 because the D3200 does not have a built in autofocus motor. IF this is important to you, other options would be the Sigma 70-300mm OS or the Nikon 18-200mm VRII but they both are much slower lenses which will make shooting things like wildlife a challenge but they do autofocus and their are pretty good optically.