The tour starts and ends in Arusha Tanzania, The tour will also take you to Serengeti national Park with the massive wilderness of over 14500 sq.km where every day brings new adventure as well as a new land scape. The same safari will take you to Ngorongoro crater as well as the Ngorongoro conservation Are in Tanzania, this one features one of the highest concentration of game as well as a large population of carnivores and predators in Africa then to Serengeti National park then we move to Ndutu which is located to Southern Serengeti Southern Serengeti. In these parks, you will witness the amazing African Wildlife species. The tour will finally take you to Tarangire national park which has the greatest concentration of the game in Tanzania.
A wildlife safari with great joy due to the natural wonders that are found in Tanzania Protected areas , such as Big cats, the endless pains, wildebeests migration every year, the Ngorongoro conservation area nicknamed ( The Garden of Eden ) the tree climbing lions….. visit explore , enjoy and gain more experience about Tanzania natural wonders
Day 1: Transfer from Arusha to Lake Manyara
Have breakfast today and after drive from Arusha to Lake Manyara National Park, arrive in time for lunch and after proceed for a game drive with in the park where you will view many animals including; the zebras, giraffes, birds, hippos, etc. later return to the lodge for dinner and overnight at your accommodation
Day 2: Lake Manyara to Serengeti National Park
Breakfast early in the morning and after proceed for a community walk to the Maasai people and enjoy some traditional performances, another option might be a forest walk and after lunch, you will drive to Serengeti National Park. Dinner and overnight stay at your accommodation
Day 3: Transfer to Lake Ndutu
After breakfast in the morning we drive to southern Serengeti heading to Lake Ndutu with a packed launch. At the heart of the South Serengeti lies the world famous Ndutu. Offering consistently the best wildlife viewing during the green season, Ndutu is strategically situated at the center of the southern plains although the immediate area is blanketed with a forest of acacia trees. Since the 1960s, Ndutu had been a favorite destination for many distinguished authors, filmmakers and wildlife biologists. Researchers Jane Goodall and Hugo van Lawick used Ndutu as a base for much of their research. Dinner and overnight stay at your lodge.
Day 4: Full day at Lake Ndutu
Early in the morning after breakfast we take a full day game drive and view in the famous Lake Ndutu with an afternoon picnic Launch. The Ndutu Region forms part of the northern section of Ngorongoro Conservation Area and stretches to the unfenced southern reaches of the Serengeti National Park, a meeting point between these two incredible wilderness areas. This section of the park is made up of rolling grasslands peppered with alkaline lakes that attract flocks of flamingos, as well as acacia woodlands.
Day 5: Full day at Lake Ndutu
After an adorable breakfast in the morning at your lodge we move again to the famous Lake Ndutu with prepared afternoon launch which will be eaten at the picnic site. There’s year-round resident wildlife (such as giraffe, elephant, hyena and various antelope species) in the Ndutu Region, and you can spot animals around the waterholes during the dry season from June to November. Look out for the six cat species – lion, cheetah, leopard, serval, African wild cat and caracal – that are present throughout the year. The best months to visit the Ndutu Region are from December, when the Great Migration herds start to arrive from the north, until April when the millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle have trekked northwards again. In the early months of the year – with a peak in February – the wildebeest herds are calving on the verdant grassy plains: thousands upon thousands of baby animals are born every day, attracting the attention of cheetah, lion and hyena. Dinner and overnight stay at your lodge
Day 6: From Ndutu to Ngorongoro Conservation area
Have breakfast and after drive to Ngorongoro crater, after arriving, have lunch and after for an afternoon game drive with in the crater for a game drive. This park is a world heritage site and is located in Ngorongoro district and it holds the world’s largest volcanic caldera that lies within the conservation Area. This park was formally part of the Serengeti National Park and its home to over 500 bird species, 25,000 large mammals that live within the montane forest, bush land, grassland, bussei trees, woodland, open grassland, Ngoitokitok spring, Lerai stream, Munge stream, and many other small springs that surround the crater floor. Immediately after the game drive, you will drive and return to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay at your lodge.
Day 7: Full day Ngorongoro Crater
of the animals found in this park including; cheetah, lions, hippos, Black Rhinos, wildebeests, zebras, eland, giant Gazelles, elephants, leopards, buffalos, reedbuck, waterbuck, hartebeest, warthogs, hyenas, baboons, jackals and the vervet monkeys. You will also spot some birds during the game drive including the bizarre secretary, black bustards, ostrich, kori bustard, secreatry birds, marabou strck, crowned crane, love birds, martial eagle, bustards, and the famous plovers. The European migrants also include; the white storks, swallows, Schalow’s Wheatear, Yellow Wagtails, Anteater Chat, Augur Buzzards, Fiscal Shrike, flamingoes, Stonechat, and Verreaux’s Eagle. Later return to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay at your lodge.
Day 8: Transfer to Tarangire National Park
Have breakfast and after drive to Tarangire National Park which is home to over 500 bird species and many other animals that live within the acacia and the mixed land vegetation, old palm, baobab trees, dense bush, baobab trees and the high grasses. Immediately on your arrival, you will have a game drive were you will view may animals including; the elephants, zebras, wildebeest, giraffes, eland, lesser Kudu, waterbuck, cheetahs, gazelles Rhinos, leopards, impalas, hartebeest as well as the giant pythons and the tree climbing lions. Etc. the birds to be viewed include; stocking thinghed ostrich, kori bustard, colorful yellow collared lovebird, ground hornbills, ashy starling, dwarf Mongoose, drabber rufous tailed weaver, pairs of the red and yellow barbet etc. and after a tour to Tarangire national park we move to Arusha Town. Dinner and overnight stay at your accommodation
Day 9: Walking to Arusha City Then Airport
Have breakfast in the morning and have a little walk at Arusha City which will mark the end of your safari. Then heading to airport for your safari back home
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