Day 1: Welcome to Arusha
Upon arrival in Arusha, you will be picked up at the airport and taken to your hotel. The rest of the day is free. Relax, take a stroll, enjoy the sights and sounds. Karama Lodge.
Day 2: Arusha to Serengeti
The day starts with a hearty breakfast and briefing with your tour guide. From Arusha we drive to The Serengeti is a home to a staggering 1.6 million animals has been recorded moving through the park. We will do game drive until 1pm, when we break for lunch. Dinner and over night at Katikati Tented Lodge.
DAY 3: Serengeti Central, Northern & Southern
Your witnesses to the 8th Wonder of the world Wildebeest Migration. Dinner and overnight at Katikati Tented Lodge.
Day 4: Serengeti national park Southern - Ngorongoro
Another early start, but trust us: its worth it, After breakfast we head back to Ngorongoro conservation area, a vast UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in a 260km-wide volcano crater. Archaeology buffs and anyone interested in history have the option to stop at Odulpai Gorge, where some of the earliest known human remains have been found. After lunch, we keep exploring the Ngorongoro crater, venturing right up to the rim for Dinner and overnight at Katikati Tented Lodge.
Day 5 - 6: Ngorongoro to Manyara
After breakfast, we take a packed lunch and head back to the crater. We detour through a traditional Maasai village, where you can get acquainted with the locals, watch some traditional dancing, and see what life is really like on the African plains. From there we descend to the crater floor in search of more big game. In the late afternoon we venture back up out of the crater and head onward to Manyara National Park, where we spend the night at Maramboi Tented Lodge.
Day 7: Manyara National Park - Tarangire
After breakfast, start at 0800 hrs with a morning game drive at Lake manyara national park. The park covers 330 sq. km, 70% of which is occupied by the lake. Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Farm House Hotel/Lodges.
Day 8: Tarangire national park - Arusha
After breakfast we start our game drive at Tarangire National Park. African elephants the worlds biggest mammals are very common in this area. The park is also dotted with the iconic Baobab, shrub-like trees that can grow up to 30m tall. After a full day of exploring Tarangire, Later in the afternoon, we head to Arusha for dinner and over night at Karama Lodge.
Day 9: Arusha
We save the best for last. After breakfast, we embark on our final game drive through the Arusha National Park. At Arusha National Park there is optional activities like canoein, snake park visit etc. Dinner and over night at Karama Lodge
Day 10: Arusha Kilimanjaro Airport
You will be picked up from your hotel and head to Kilimanjaro international airport for a flight back home.
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- Duration: 10 Days
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The Northern National Parks are true African bush experience,and one of Tanzania main attractions.Here you will witness the great Serengeti migration,when millions of wildebeest,gazelles and Zebra roam the plain in search of food.The entire Tanzania ecosystem is on display here birds,reptiles,mammals,and the might savanna acacia trees.the parks stretch across a varied landscape, from wooded hills in the North to the southern grassy plains.
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Day 1: Welcome to Arusha
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- National Park fees
- Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off (if option selected)
- Port pickup
- Private tour
- Transport by private vehicle
- Bottled water
- Coffee and/or Tea
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
We aim to deliver the best safari experience to our customers. On our safari we try to stay off the beaten track as we fully believe in preserving the natural African beauty by aiming to promote local cultures and protecting the environment. We are constantly adapting and enhancing our route plan if we become aware of new points of interest and carefully select our accommodation and lodges after thoroughly evaluating their suitability for our clients. Wherever we can, we use eco-friendly camps and lodges, where management acts responsibly to the environment and local communities in all aspects possible
Ngorongoro Crater plays a significant role in maintaining the ecological balance with its 20,000 large grazers and its large concentration of predators. Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge is nestled on the rim of this Ngorongoro Crater. It is built mainly from natural stone and local wood that blend with its natural environment. Maasai guides from the lodge are more than happy to show you around the area, to tell you about their culture and to share their knowledge of local wildlife and vegetation with you.COMMUNITYCultural tourism initiatives, such as the Hadzabe and Datoga tribal visits, are diligently structured so that they benefit the community and the curious traveler. We encourage you to be proactive and respectful when engaging in such activities. We also remind you to always ask permission before taking photographs.
We employ local guides and support staff who we pay fair wages, often exceeding government standards which we still consider too low, and thereby remove the reliance on tipping from travelers for livelihoods.
Our accommodation choices make use of locally owned properties where possible and often include adventurous, authentic choices such as local home stays which therefore involve local people and their communities in the very fabric of our vacations.
We encourage all our travelers to research local customs and read your trip notes before you depart to ensure you are conscientious and respectful in a different culture.
In most cases we strongly recommend that you do not give money to children beggars. If begging is a successful enterprise, parents are encouraged to forsake their childrens education in pursuit of this opportunity.
Talk to us about packing for a purpose and see if you can get involved by making a small material contribution to the communities you are visiting. We have developed partnerships with charities and accommodations throughout Tanzania and are constantly working to extend our reach with the help of our travelers.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travelers