Day by Day Itinerary; Our itinerary shows you both included and optional activities during your safari in Tanzania, Price and inclusion for this tour will be seen below, all accommodation is hyperlinked as you can click and direct you to view the hotel, Lodge or Camp you will overnight.
Your Arrival – Welcome and Share our nature. (13th Aug)
Upon your arrival at the Airport, one of our drivers will be there to pick up you then drive to Arusha town for dinner and overnight. It takes about 45 minutes’ drive to reach at Silver Palm Hotel there for overnight.
Overnight at; Mount Meru hotel (BB)
Day 2. Tarangire National Park. (14th Aug)
After breakfast meets your driver for a short brief then drive to Tarangire. Afternoon game drive in search of wildlife.
The park owes its name to Tarangire River, which flows across the area. It is characterized by dense vegetation of acacia and mixed woodland, the area around Tarangire River, however, is dominated by huge baobab trees and old doum palm trees to a lesser prominence, as well as black cotton grass. Though it is not as famous as other parks in the north, Tarangire offers the same attractions as other parks in the north. Its unique aspect is the annual animal immigration that takes place during the dry season.
Overnight; Kudu Lodge (FB)
Day 3; Ngorongoro crater tour then Serengeti National Park (15th Aug)
After early breakfast depart for Ngorongoro crater, arriving in time for lunch. Afternoon game drive on the floor of the crater. After game drive will drive to Arusha for either overnight or transfer to Airport.
Ngorongoro’s caldera shelters the most beautiful wildlife haven on earth. The rich pasture and permanent water of the Crater floor supports a resident population of some 20,000 to 25,000 large mammals. They are not confined by the Crater walls and can leave freely; they stay because conditions are favorable. Since most of the Crater floor is grassland, grazing animals predominate gnu, zebra, gazelles, buffalo, eland and kongoni (Coke’s hartebeest) and warthogs. The swamp and forest provide additional resources for hippos, some of Tanzania’s last remaining black rhinos, giant-tusked elephants, waterbucks, reedbucks and bushbucks, baboons and vavets.
After enjoying Ngorongoro Crater will drive to Serengeti Seronera for dinner and overnight. Central Serengeti is amazing in March will be a very good time to see wildebeest arriving from southern Serengeti.
Overnight. Serengeti Heritage Luxury Camp (FB)
Day 4; Serengeti (Seronera Area) – Northern Serengeti Park (16th Aug)
Another day in the heart of Serengeti we continue our focus on the Great Migration as we delve deeper into this experience spending a whole day by the Mara River.
On this day after breakfast in Central Serengeti will slowly drive to the Northern part of Serengeti National Park, en-route you enjoy very best wildlife game viewing.
You will arrive in the evening for sun-down, dinner and overnight.
Overnight. Serengeti Heritage Mara Camp (FB)
Day 5 – 7; Northern Serengeti (17th, 18th & 19th Aug)
Early morning game drive in corner of Serengeti Kogatende areas, sighing for earlier arriving wildebeest groups, predators and other animals.
Super three days spotting for the river crossing, the Mara River is situated in the Mara Region entering through both Kenya and Tanzania. Keep your eyes open for various other predators including crocodiles and those lazy hippopotami.
After wildebeest viewing, drive back to the Camp for Dinner and overnight.
Overnight. Serengeti Heritage Mara Camp (FB)
Day 8; Serengeti to Lake Eyasi Village via Ngorongoro (20th Aug)
After early morning game drive in Seronera (as you agreed with your guide last day of game) breakfast then start leaving the Seronera towards Ngorongoro Highlands game drive en route.
Overnight; Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 9; Visiting Lake Eyasi Village then Transfer to Kilimanjaro Airport/Arusha. (21st Aug)
After early breakfast in the morning, we take the short drive to Lake Eyasi. After all activities, you drive to Airport for catching your flight home.
Lake Eyasi is a very scenic soda lake found on the southern border of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This less visited lake lies at the base of the Eyasi escarpment on the western rift valley wall. This afternoon you will be introduced to the extraordinary people who belong to an indigenous tribe known as the ‘Hadzabe’ (hunter-gatherer bushmen). The tribe inhabits the shores of Lake Eyasi as do the Nilotic-speaking Datoga tribe. You will visit these tribes, which will include a visit to their homesteads, learn about their way of life, animal tracking, medicinal plants, and much more. Some wildlife and a wide range of bird species can be viewed during walks around the lake, which can be arranged.
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