3 Days Tarangire, Manyara & Ngorongoro Crater
This safari is great for people who wish to see all of Africa’s big wildlife, especially the lion. Discover the greatest places to see wildlife in northern Tanzania. Tarangire National Park (Elephant Paradise), Lake Manyara National Park (home to the legendary tree-climbing lions), and Ngorongoro Crater (one of the world’s eight wonders) are all worth a visit. Private guided safari – free Maasai village visit – lodge lodging
Day 1: Tarangire National Park.
After breakfast (about 7:30 a.m.), your safari guide will arrive at the hotel and notify the receptionist that he is expecting you. You’ll meet your driver and fly to Tarangire National Park, where your first safari will begin at 10:00 a.m. This special journey will allow you to observe hundreds of elephants, numerous lion pride, and much more.
After lunch, you will be fed a meal, and the safari will begin. You will be transferred to your Ngorongoro Crater safari lodge for dinner after a tiring game drive in Tarangire.
Day 2: Exploration of Ngorongoro Crater
Get out of the hotel as early as possible on this day to witness the variety of creatures that are only present in the morning hours; enjoy breakfast and lunch in the world’s eighth natural wonder.
You’ll leave for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area at 6:30 a.m., and you’ll be inside the crater in about an hour.
Ngorongoro Crater is one of Tanzania’s most well-known and fascinating national parks, with the most animal species per square kilometer. There are buffalo, elephants, tigers, wildebeests, zebras, hippopotamuses, and feline creatures including Caracas and Servals, as well as the rare black rhino. You’ll arrive at the picnic area about lunchtime and be served lunch before continuing your safari.
After the safari, you’ll return to Farm of Dreams Lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 3: Lake Manyara tour before returning to Arusha.
Following check-out, a full-day game drive in Lake Manyara National Park with a packed lunch is planned. Despite its small size, the park boasts a stunning landscape and is well renowned for its lush acacia forest, gigantic figs, and mahogany trees, as well as a rising population of baboons and blue monkeys (205 square miles). Continue game viewing after lunch at the picnic site until late in the evening, when you will depart the park and return to Arusha.
We plan to be in Arusha around 5 p.m., but we can change our plans if there is a flight to catch or other circumstances arise.