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Per Person
  • 5 Days / 4 Night
  • Max People : 6
  • Tarangire , Serengeti , Ngorongoro

Embark on an unforgettable 5 days Tanzania safari, where the wonders of Africa’s premier wildlife destinations await. Explore the breathtaking Serengeti National Park, home to the majestic Big Five and the spectacular Great Migration. Discover the diverse landscapes and abundant wildlife of the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Journey through Tarangire National Park, famed for its large elephant herds and iconic baobab trees. Each day promises thrilling game drives, luxury accommodations, and immersive experiences with expert guides. Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer or a first-time safari-goer, this carefully curated tour offers an unparalleled glimpse into Tanzania’s rich natural heritage, ensuring a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Book your 5-day Tanzania safari today and witness the untamed beauty of Africa.

Why Choose 5 Days Tanzania Safari?

This safari features expert guides, ensuring an enriching and safe experience. Stay in carefully selected lodges and tented camps offering comfort and adventure. The itinerary can be customized to match your interests, whether it’s photography, bird watching, or cultural experiences. The package is all-inclusive with no hidden costs, covering park fees, meals, and accommodations.

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Included and Excluded

  • Transportation in 4×4 safari vehicle
  • Professional, English speaking guide
  • All Meals :Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Mineral water
  • Overnight stays in safari lodges / tented camps
  • All national park fees
  • Flights (international and domestic)
  • Meals not indicated in the itinerary
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Optional activities
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses, visa fees, travel insurance

Highlights of the Tour

  • Game drive featuring elephants and baobab trees
  • Scenic drive through Karatu and Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Witness the Great Migration and diverse wildlife
  • Morning game drive and visit to Olduvai Gorge
  • Early descent into the crater for wildlife viewing
  • Visit Lake Magadi for flamingos and water birds
  • Return to Arusha or airport drop-off


Distance: 140kmNon-game viewing time: 2 – 3 hrs After breakfast, the tour departs. The first stop is Arusha Town for any last-minute purchases before heading off on safari. Then, proceed towards Tarangire National Park for a game drive with a picnic lunch in the park. Tarangire is well known for its large elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the center of an annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3,000 elephants, 25,000 wildebeest, and 30,000 zebras. Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Farm House.

  • Meals: Lunch | Dinner | Breakfast
  • Accommodation: Ngorongoro Farm House

Distance: 145kmNon-game viewing time: 3 – 4 hrs After breakfast, depart for Serengeti National Park via the beautiful high-lying farmland of Karatu and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Leaving the highlands behind, descend into the heart of wild Africa – the Serengeti National Park – with its endless plains stretching as far as the eye can see. Head to the central park area, known as the Seronera area, one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park. The Seronera River provides a valuable water source to this area and attracts a variety of wildlife representative of most Serengeti species. Arrive in time for lunch and enjoy an afternoon game drive in Serengeti National Park. Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp.

  • Meals: Dinner | Overnight HB
  • Accommodation: Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp or similar

Non-game viewing time: 2 hrs Early morning game drive to see nocturnal animals returning from hunting and lions waking at dawn, followed by a full day of game drives around the Serengeti. Depending on the time of year and the Great Migration and the movements of the herds, you can expect to see wildebeest, lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, monkeys, baboons, hippos, rhinos, antelopes, and many bird species. Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp.

  • Meals: Dinner | Overnight HB
  • Accommodation: Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp or similar

Distance: 145kmNon-game viewing time: 2 – 4 hrs Early morning game drive followed by departure to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Stopover at Olduvai Gorge, a site of great historical significance. It was here that anthropologists Drs. Louis and Mary Leakey discovered the skulls of ‘Nutcracker Man’ and ‘Handy Man’, both significant links in the chain of human evolution. Continue to Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge for dinner and overnight.

  • Meals: Dinner | Overnight HB
  • Accommodation: Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge or similar

Distance: 210kmNon-game viewing time: 3 – 4 hrs After an early breakfast, descend over 600 meters into the Ngorongoro Crater to view wildlife. The crater supports a vast variety of animals year-round, including herds of wildebeest, zebras, buffalo, eland, warthog, hippos, and giant African elephants. The dense population of predators includes lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs, and the elusive leopard. Visit Lake Magadi, a shallow alkaline lake in the southwestern corner of the crater, where a large number of flamingos, hippos, and other water birds can usually be seen. Late afternoon transfer to Arusha for dinner and overnight or airport drop-off.

  • Meals: Breakfast | Lunch
  • Accommodation: (Accommodation can be included upon request at extra cost)

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Frequently Asked & Question

The cost of a 5-day safari in Tanzania can vary widely depending on several factors such as the level of accommodation, the specific national parks visited, the season, and the safari company you choose. Here’s a rough estimate to give you an idea: Budget Safari: This could range from $1,000 to $2,500 per person. Accommodations might be in budget lodges or tented camps, and you might visit parks like Tarangire, Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater. Mid-Range Safari: Expect to pay between $2,500 to $5,000 per person. Accommodations are usually in mid-range lodges or tented camps with better facilities and locations. You might visit the same parks but possibly with more comfort and added amenities. Luxury Safari: Costs can range from $5,000 to $10,000 or more per person. Accommodations are in luxury lodges or tented camps, often in private reserves or exclusive concessions. The experience is more personalized, with finer dining and additional services. Parks like Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater are common destinations. These prices typically include accommodations, meals, park fees, transportation (usually in 4x4 safari vehicles), and the services of a guide. They often do not include international flights to Tanzania, tips, and personal expenses.

The type of accommodation you can expect on a safari in Tanzania varies depending on your budget and preferences. Here are the main categories: Budget Accommodation: Typically consists of simple lodges or tented camps with basic amenities. These accommodations are clean and comfortable but may not have all the luxury features. They often provide en-suite bathrooms with basic toiletries and sometimes have electricity and hot water available during certain hours. Mid-Range Accommodation: Offers more comfort and amenities compared to budget options. Lodges or tented camps in this category usually have larger rooms with better furnishings, private bathrooms with hot water available 24/7, and electricity throughout the day. Meals are usually buffet-style or set menu with a variety of options. Luxury Accommodation: Provides a high level of comfort and luxury. Lodges or tented camps in this category are often located in private reserves or exclusive concessions within national parks. They offer spacious and well-appointed rooms or suites, elegant furnishings, private verandas or balconies with views of the wildlife, gourmet dining experiences, spa facilities, and personalized services such as butler service or guided nature walks. Exclusive Accommodation: This is the highest level of luxury available on safari. It includes ultra-luxury lodges or tented camps that provide unparalleled comfort, privacy, and exclusivity. These accommodations are designed to blend seamlessly with the natural environment while offering top-notch service, gourmet cuisine, and exclusive activities such as private game drives or hot air balloon safaris.

On a safari in Tanzania, you can expect to see a wide variety of iconic African wildlife. The specific animals you encounter can depend on the national parks or reserves you visit, as well as the time of year and the expertise of your guide. Here are some of the animals you might have the opportunity to see: Big Cats: Lions, leopards, and cheetahs are among the most sought-after predators. Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater are renowned for their lion populations, while leopards are often spotted in trees or stalking prey in the more forested areas. Elephants: Tanzania is home to large herds of elephants. You can see them in various parks such as Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park, and the Selous Game Reserve. Giraffes: Towering giraffes are a common sight across Tanzania's savannahs and woodlands. They are especially prevalent in Tarangire National Park and the Serengeti. Zebras and Wildebeest: The Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras is one of the most spectacular wildlife events in Tanzania. Witnessing hundreds of thousands of these animals crossing rivers and plains is unforgettable, particularly in the Serengeti. Hippos and Crocodiles: Ngorongoro Crater and the rivers of Selous Game Reserve are excellent places to spot hippos and crocodiles, especially during the dry season when they congregate around water sources. Rhinos: While rhinos are critically endangered and sightings are rare, the Ngorongoro Crater is one of the few places in Tanzania where you might have a chance to see them, particularly the endangered black rhino. Buffaloes: African buffaloes are commonly found in many of Tanzania's national parks and reserves, often seen in large herds. Antelopes and Gazelles: Tanzania is home to a variety of antelope species such as impalas, kudus, elands, and Thomson's gazelles, among others. Birds: Tanzania boasts a rich birdlife with over 1,000 bird species recorded. From colorful bee-eaters and lilac-breasted rollers to large raptors like eagles and vultures, bird enthusiasts will have plenty to observe. These are just a few examples, and the diversity of wildlife in Tanzania ensures that every safari experience is unique. The best time to see certain animals, such as during the Great Migration or during the dry season when wildlife congregates around water sources, can influence your itinerary choices.

A 5-day safari in Tanzania is generally considered a good duration to experience a variety of landscapes, wildlife sightings, and activities without feeling rushed. Here are some factors to consider when deciding if 5 days is the right length for your safari: Wildlife Viewing: Tanzania is known for its diverse wildlife, and a 5-day safari allows you to visit multiple national parks or reserves. You'll have a good chance to see a wide range of animals and observe their behaviors in different environments. Park Variety: Depending on your itinerary, you can visit parks like Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, or others. Each park offers unique landscapes and wildlife, enriching your safari experience. Time for Relaxation: A 5-day safari provides a balance between adventure and relaxation. You can enjoy game drives, guided walks, cultural visits (if included), and still have downtime to relax and absorb the safari experience. Photography Opportunities: If photography is a priority, 5 days allows you to capture a variety of wildlife and landscapes during different times of day, including golden hour and sunrise/sunset. Comfort and Pace: The length of 5 days generally allows for a comfortable pace. You won't feel rushed to cover too much ground in too little time, ensuring a more relaxed and enjoyable safari experience. Personal Preferences: Ultimately, the ideal safari duration varies based on personal preferences and interests. Some travelers may prefer a shorter or longer safari depending on their budget, time constraints, and specific goals for the trip. If you have more time available, you could consider extending your safari to 7-10 days or more to explore additional regions or participate in specialized activities like walking safaris or hot air balloon rides. However, for many travelers, a well-planned 5-day safari provides a perfect balance of exploration and immersion in Tanzania's incredible wildlife and landscapes.

The term "Big 5" traditionally refers to five large African mammal species that were historically considered the most challenging and dangerous to hunt on foot. Today, the Big 5 are a popular attraction for safari-goers seeking to spot these iconic animals in their natural habitats. The Big 5 consists of: African Elephant: The largest land mammal, known for its impressive size, tusks, and social behavior. Found in various habitats across sub-Saharan Africa. Lion: Often referred to as the "king of the jungle," lions are apex predators known for their strength, teamwork in hunting (prides), and distinctive mane in males. Commonly seen in savannah and grassland habitats. Leopard: A solitary and elusive predator known for its strength, agility, and ability to climb trees with its prey. Recognizable by its spotted coat and found in a variety of habitats, including forests and savannahs. Cape Buffalo: Also known simply as buffalo, these large and robust herbivores are formidable due to their size, horns, and sometimes aggressive behavior, especially when threatened. They inhabit grasslands and woodlands. Rhinoceros: Specifically the African species, which is further divided into the black rhinoceros and the white rhinoceros. They are known for their thick skin and horns. Rhinos are critically endangered due to poaching and habitat loss, and spotting them on safari is becoming increasingly rare. Encountering the Big 5 on safari is a thrilling experience, and many national parks and reserves in Africa, including those in Tanzania, offer excellent opportunities to see these iconic animals in their natural environment.

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