4 Days Tanzania Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater Safari
This four-day Wildlife safari gives you the opportunity to observe a wide variety of species in some of the most diverse locations. It is possible to see parts of the Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks, as well as the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater.
Safari’s High Points
Day 1: Arusha – Ngorongoro – Serengeti National Park
At Arusha, your driver/guide and safari vehicle will meet you. The truck has a retractable canopy for better game viewing and a refrigerator to keep the complimentary mineral water cool. Early morning departure with lunchbox to reach in time for the game drives to begin. The route from Arusha goes via the Great Rift Valley, the Crater Forest, and the Ngorongoro Crater’s rim. A quick pause at the lookout with amazing views of the crater is done before descending to the Serengeti. The huge expanses of the Serengeti grasslands in front of you will take your breath away and make you want to go farther into this paradise. The Migration, which includes around 2 million species, occurs all year. This wonderful phenomenon will be visible depending on the season. Because of annual rainfall variations, the animals’ specific location shifts from year to year. Your guide, on the other hand, would know exactly where to look for the herds and where to obtain the greatest views. It naturally attracts a big number of predators, and you may spot a group of lionesses congregating for a hunt. Dinner and an overnight stay are provided by Serengeti Heritage Camp.
Day 2: Explore Serengeti National Park
Today, you have a full day spent in the Serengeti, seeking to track the migration and being surrounded by tens of thousands of animals. You get to enjoy the lush bush breakfast as you explore the stunning wildlife of Serengeti. Here, the scenery is breathtaking and therefore, prepare to be amazed by nature.
Day 3: Transfer to Ngorongoro Conservation Area
You’ll be in good shape as you make your way out of the Serengeti and back up the Ngorongoro Crater’s hills. Descend to the crater floor and emerge from this animal zoo. Except for topis, Masai giraffes, and impalas, practically every animal found in the East African savannah may also be found on the grass steppe and in the acacia tree woods. The “Big Five” are usually visible within a few hours (lions, tigers, buffalos, rhinoceros, and leopards). After a long nature trip and a picnic lunch, you’ll proceed to Karatu (the first hamlet after the Ngorongoro Conservation Area) for dinner.
Day 4: Arusha – from Ngorongoro Crater via Tarangire National Park
Last but not least, a guide to Tarangire National Park, Tanzania’s third largest national park and home to an unusually large elephant population. The huge baobab trees in the park overshadow the animals that feed beneath them, creating a fascinating feature. Animals flock near the Tarangire River, which is the sole permanent supply of water in the area. There are many creatures to see, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, and up to 6,000 elephants. Full-day game drive with lunch, then move to Arusha for dinner and an overnight stay at Karama Lodge (Half Board basis).
These tours can be combined or adjusted to match the needs of the group. Please utilize the inquiry page to let us know about your particular requirements.
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