4 Days Classic Tanzania Wildlife Safari Tour

4 Days Classic Tanzania Wildlife Safari Tour


Our Northern Safari Circuit Highlights Safari takes place over the course of four days and includes stays in hotels and tented camps. You will be able to witness great biodiversity in a range of habitats, such as primates in the rainforest, tree-climbing lions, elephants in the acacia trees, and a vast variety of animals inside of a volcano that is in the process of collapsing. You are going to visit the Serengeti National Park, which is home to more than 3 million different kinds of animals. There is an excellent possibility of spotting cheetahs, leopards, lions, and other wildlife while exploring these gorgeous grass fields.

Day 1: Arusha – Tarangire National Park

After breakfast, your safari guide will take you to Tarangire National Park so you can begin your adventure there. Elephant populations, savannahs, iconic baobab trees, seasonal wetlands, and the Tarangire River, which is the source of life in the region, are some of the things that make Tarangire famous. In order to quench their thirst and escape the suffocating heat of Africa, the animals converge at the river. You may come across animals such as giraffes, bushbuck, and hartebeest during your time there. In addition to buffalo, zebras, and wildebeest, the park is home to a variety of other animals. These animals are often a target for predators like lions and leopards, who are always on the watch for them. From the open top of the vehicle, you will have the opportunity to take in the beautiful surroundings and watch a wide variety of wildlife. In the park, there will be a picnic meal with coffee and soft drinks available for purchase. After an exhausting day spent exploring the woods, you will be transported to Eileen’s Woods Inn, where you will check-in, have dinner, and spend the night.

Day 2: Transfer to Serengeti

Following breakfast, you have the option of driving up the crater highlands and parking near the rim for a breathtaking view of the Ngorongoro Crater. After that, you can continue on to the wide Serengeti grasslands that stretch as far as the eye can see. Around two million wildebeest and a variety of other animals call the Serengeti, whose name literally translates to “endless plain,” home. Between the months of January and April, wildebeests, plains zebras, and Thomson’s gazelles all give birth to their young. Large carnivores such as tigers, cheetahs, and hyenas are drawn to the park by the wide range of food that can be found throughout the area. Some of the smaller species that call the forest home include the rock hyrax, the bat-eared fox, the mongoose, the honey badger, the jackal, the monkey, the baboon, and the African hare. In addition, there are more than 500 distinct species of birds. After this exciting game drive, you will make your way back to camp for supper and a place to spend the night.

Day 3: Serengeti to Ngorongoro Crater Area

You will get up very early to go on a game drive during the morning in order to locate wildlife while they are more active and to witness a spectacular African sunrise, which is one of the most breathtaking spectacles on the entire world. After breakfast, you will check out of your room and then ride to the Ngorongoro Crater before making your way back to the base. This huge crater is home to the highest concentration of biodiversity on earth, comprising almost all of the animal species that are native to East Africa, including the critically endangered black rhinoceros. The crater contains a mountain, wide plains, a mountain dam, various swamps, and a soda lake that appears to be steam from the surface. In addition, the crater contains a dam. Because of the high mineral concentration of the volcanic soil and grasses that grow here, the enormous bull elephants who call this region home have tusks that are unusually long. You will get the opportunity to eat lunch during this amazing safari adventure. After spending the better part of a day within the crater, you will make the ascent to the rim and then travel by vehicle to the Rhino Lodge. After checking in, you will eat dinner and then relax over the rest of your stay.

Day 4: Transfer to Arusha from Ngorongoro Crater

After an early breakfast, you will pack up and leave the resort in order to make your way to the Ngorongoro Crater. The final part of your game drive will take place on a winding path that descends into the caldera. You will get the opportunity to witness a diverse collection of birds and animals. The caldera is home to around 25,000 species of mammals, including the “Big Five” (lion, elephant, buffalo, rhinoceros, and leopard), as well as more than 500 species of birds (a collapsing volcano). Inside the crater, you will have a picnic lunch, and then later in the day, you will climb back up to the lip of the crater. Following that, you will make your way back to Arusha, arriving there in the late afternoon hours.

This is where your expedition will come to a close.

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