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Per Person
  • 2 Days / 1 Night
  • Max People : 6
  • Tarangire , Ngorongoro

Experience an unforgettable 2 day Tanzania safari with our top-rated package. This tour offers an exciting adventure through the stunning landscapes of Tarangire National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater. Enjoy diverse wildlife sightings, breathtaking scenery, and expert-guided tours, all at an unbeatable price.

Why Choose a 2-Day Safari?

  • Quick Getaway: Perfect for travelers with limited time.
  • Rich Wildlife Experience: Spot the Big Five and other wildlife in two renowned locations.
  • Scenic Beauty: Enjoy the diverse landscapes of Northern Tanzania, from the baobab-dotted Tarangire to the lush Ngorongoro Crater.

For an unforgettable and budget-friendly adventure, our 2-day Tanzania safari offers great value, blending thrilling wildlife experiences with comfortable accommodations and expert guidance. Book with Zaita Tours and embark on a remarkable journey through the heart of Tanzania’s northern circuit.

Included and Excluded

  • One night at a lodge or tented camp.
  • Breakfasts, picnic lunches, and dinners as specified in the itinerary.
  • Guided game drives and a crater tour.
  • Transfers from Arusha to parks and back in a comfortable safari vehicle.
  • All park entry fees.
  • Professional and knowledgeable local guides for all tours and activities.
  • International and domestic airfare.
  • Any visa fees required for entry.
  • Personal travel insurance.
  • Souvenirs, alcoholic beverages, laundry, and additional meals not included in the itinerary.
  • Tips for guides, drivers, and lodge staff.
  • Any optional activities not mentioned in the itinerary.

Highlights of the Tour

  • Tarangire National Park: Explore a park known for its large elephant population and diverse wildlife.
  • Ngorongoro Crater: Experience the world's largest inactive volcanic caldera with abundant wildlife.
  • Wildlife Viewing: Opportunities to see the Big Five and other animals in their natural habitat.
  • Scenic Landscapes: Enjoy breathtaking views of Tanzania's unique landscapes.


Morning: Departure and Arrival Early morning departure from Arusha. Scenic drive to Tarangire National Park. Arrival and park entry. Afternoon: Game Drive Guided game drive through Tarangire National Park, renowned for its large elephant herds and ancient baobab trees. Wildlife sightings: elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, zebras, and various bird species. Picnic lunch in the park, enjoying the natural surroundings. Evening: Dinner and Overnight Stay Evening game drive as you exit the park. Transfer to a nearby lodge or tented camp. Dinner at the lodge, featuring local and international cuisine. Overnight stay, relaxing and preparing for the next day's adventure.

Morning: Early Departure Breakfast at the lodge. Early departure to Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arrival at the crater rim and descent into the crater. Afternoon: Crater Tour Full-day guided tour of the Ngorongoro Crater. Spectacular wildlife viewing: chances to see the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino), hippos, wildebeests, and flamingos. Visit the Hippo Pool and picnic lunch at a scenic spot within the crater. Evening: Return to Arusha Ascend the crater in the late afternoon. Scenic drive back to Arusha, enjoying the beautiful landscapes along the way. Arrival in Arusha by evening, marking the end of your 2-day Tanzania safari.

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Frequently Asked & Question

A typical 2-day safari in Tanzania, covering popular destinations like Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Crater, usually ranges from $400 to $1,000 per person. This price varies depending on factors such as the level of accommodation, inclusions, and the time of year.

Absolutely! A two-day safari in Tanzania is a perfect way to experience the country's stunning wildlife and breathtaking landscapes in a short amount of time. This type of safari is ideal for travelers who are limited on time but still want to capture the essence of Tanzania’s renowned safari destinations.

A 2-day safari in Tanzania can provide a fulfilling and memorable experience, but whether it's "enough" depends on your expectations and what you hope to achieve from your safari. Here are some factors to consider: Pros of a 2-Day Safari: Time Efficiency: Ideal for travelers with limited time who still want to experience Tanzania's wildlife and landscapes. Highlights: You can visit iconic parks like Tarangire and Ngorongoro Crater, known for their rich wildlife and scenic beauty. Cost-Effective: Generally more affordable than longer safaris, making it accessible to budget-conscious travelers. Wildlife Viewing: Offers opportunities to see the Big Five and other wildlife in their natural habitats. Considerations: Limited Coverage: A 2-day safari may not allow you to explore more remote or less-visited areas of Tanzania. Time Constraints: Safari activities are structured, and there's limited flexibility in adjusting the itinerary to spend more time in specific areas. Travel Fatigue: Traveling to and from the safari destinations and fitting in game drives can be tiring over just two days. Who Should Consider a 2-Day Safari? First-Time Visitors: It provides a taste of what Tanzanian safaris are like, allowing you to decide if you want to explore further in the future. Business Travelers: Those on a tight schedule who want to squeeze in a safari experience during their trip. Weekend Getaway: Perfect for a quick escape to nature without taking too much time off work or other commitments.

The cost of a safari per day in Tanzania can vary widely depending on several factors, including the type of accommodation, the level of luxury, the season, and the specific national parks or reserves visited. Here’s a general overview of what you might expect: Budget to Mid-Range Safaris: Budget: $200 - $400 per person per day Mid-Range: $400 - $700 per person per day These safaris typically include: Basic to comfortable accommodation (e.g., tented camps or mid-range lodges) Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) Park entry fees Guided game drives Transportation in safari vehicles Services of a professional guide Luxury Safaris: Luxury: $700 - $2,500+ per person per day Luxury safaris often include: High-end lodges or luxury tented camps Gourmet meals and drinks (often inclusive of all beverages) Exclusive experiences (e.g., private game drives, hot air balloon safaris) Personalized service and amenities All-inclusive packages with additional parks

The best time for a safari experience typically depends on the specific wildlife viewing preferences and the type of animals you hope to see. Here’s a breakdown of the advantages of morning and evening safaris: Morning Safari: Cooler Temperatures: Wildlife tends to be more active in the cooler hours of the morning, especially in hot climates like Tanzania. Predator Activity: Predators such as lions and leopards are often more active during the early morning hours, making it easier to spot them hunting or moving around. Good Lighting: The soft morning light is ideal for photography, providing a warm glow and reducing harsh shadows. Evening Safari: Sunset Scenery: Enjoy stunning sunset views over the savannah, offering picturesque landscapes and lighting opportunities. Nocturnal Wildlife: Some animals, such as hyenas and nocturnal cats, become more active during the evening hours, increasing chances of sightings. Cooler Temperatures: Similar to morning safaris, the cooler temperatures of the evening can also encourage wildlife activity.

The best time to go on safari in Tanzania depends on what you want to experience during your trip, as the country offers different highlights throughout the year due to its diverse ecosystems and wildlife behavior. Here are the main factors to consider: Dry Season (June to October): Wildlife Concentration: As water sources dry up, wildlife congregates around remaining waterholes, making them easier to spot. Migration in Serengeti: Witness the dramatic wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, typically crossing the Grumeti River (June to July) and the Mara River (August to September). Clear Skies: Generally clear skies and sunny weather, ideal for photography and enjoying the landscapes. Shoulder Seasons (November to December and March to May): Lush Landscapes: After the short rains in November, the landscape is lush and green, offering beautiful scenery. Fewer Crowds: Lower visitor numbers compared to the peak season (June to October), making it a quieter time to visit. Birdwatching: Excellent birdwatching opportunities as migrant bird species arrive in Tanzania. Wet Season (April to May): Green Season Rates: Lower accommodation rates and fewer tourists. Birdlife: Birdwatching is at its best with many species in breeding plumage. Green Landscapes: Lush vegetation and vibrant flowers, creating picturesque scenery.

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