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$5,500/

Per Person
  • 7 Days / 6 Night
  • Max People : 6
  • Tarangire , Serengeti , Ngorongoro , Manyara , Lake Natron

Embark on an unforgettable journey through Tanzania’s diverse landscapes with our exclusive “7 Days Tanzania Safari.” Discover the untouched wilderness of Tarangire National Park, renowned for its vast herds of elephants and iconic baobab trees. As you venture further, experience the surreal beauty of Lake Natron, where flamingos paint the waters pink against the backdrop of Ol Doinyo Lengai, an active volcano.

Continue your adventure into the legendary Serengeti, where the Great Migration unfolds before your eyes, showcasing nature’s spectacular theatre of life and survival. The Ngorongoro Crater offers a breathtaking glimpse into an ancient caldera teeming with an unparalleled concentration of wildlife, making it a photographer’s paradise.

Explore the enchanting oasis of Lake Manyara, where lush forests and diverse birdlife create a serene atmosphere. Finally, immerse yourself in the culture of the Hadzabe tribe at Lake Eyasi, experiencing their traditional way of life and ancient hunting techniques.

Our “7 Days Tanzania Safari” promises not only thrilling wildlife encounters but also a deep connection with Tanzania’s rich natural and cultural heritage. Join us for an expedition that blends luxury with adventure, leaving you with memories to cherish and stories to share for a lifetime.

Included and Excluded

  • Transportation In 4×4 Safari Vehicle
  • Professional, English Speaking Guide
  • All Meals :Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Mineral Water
  • Overnight Stays In Luxury 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

  • Tarangire National Park: Encounter vast herds of elephants and majestic baobab trees, with excellent game viewing opportunities against the backdrop of unique landscapes.
  • Lake Natron: Witness the surreal beauty of this alkaline lake, home to flamingos and overlooked by the active Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano, offering stunning photographic opportunities.
  • Serengeti National Park: Spend two full days exploring the iconic Serengeti, where the Great Migration unfolds. Experience thrilling game drives amidst expansive savannahs, witnessing the diversity and drama of Africa's wildlife.
  • Ngorongoro Crater: Descend into this UNESCO World Heritage Site, marveling at its dense concentration of wildlife within the world's largest intact volcanic caldera. Enjoy unparalleled game viewing and breathtaking views.
  • Lake Manyara National Park: Discover the lush greenery and diverse habitats of Lake Manyara, known for its tree-climbing lions and vibrant birdlife, offering a picturesque setting for wildlife enthusiasts.
  • Lake Eyasi and Hadzabe Tribe: Immerse yourself in the culture of the Hadzabe tribe, one of the last hunter-gatherer societies in Africa. Experience their traditional way of life, from hunting techniques to cultural rituals.
  • Cultural Interactions: Throughout the journey, interact with local communities and gain insights into their customs and traditions, enriching your understanding of Tanzania's rich cultural tapestry.
  • Scenic Drives: Travel through the picturesque landscapes of the Maasai Steppe and Ngorongoro Conservation Area, offering stunning vistas and opportunities to spot wildlife outside the parks.
  • Luxury Accommodation: Enjoy comfortable stays in lodges or camps throughout the safari, ensuring relaxation and rejuvenation after exhilarating days of exploration.
  • Expert Guides: Benefit from knowledgeable guides who provide informative commentary and ensure safe and enjoyable wildlife encounters, enhancing your overall safari experience.

Itinerary

After breakfast, depart for Tarangire National Park, known for its large elephant herds and iconic baobab trees. Enjoy a game drive upon entering the park and have lunch at a lodge or camp inside Tarangire. Spend the afternoon exploring the park's wildlife and landscapes. Dinner and overnight stay in Tarangire.

Enjoy an early morning game drive in Tarangire before departing for Lake Natron. Pass through the Maasai Steppe, arriving at Lake Natron in time for lunch. Spend the afternoon visiting the lake to see flamingos and the stunning Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano. Dinner and overnight stay near Lake Natron.

After breakfast, depart for Serengeti National Park. Travel through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, with an optional stop at Olduvai Gorge for an archaeological visit. Lunch is served en route to Serengeti. Upon arrival, enjoy an afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight stay in Serengeti.

Spend a full day exploring the vast plains of Serengeti, tracking wildlife and experiencing the Great Migration if it's the right season. Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives with breaks for meals and relaxation. Optionally, embark on a hot air balloon safari for an aerial view of the Serengeti at sunrise (extra cost). Dinner and overnight stay in Serengeti.

Start with an early morning game drive in Serengeti, followed by breakfast at the lodge or camp. Depart for Ngorongoro Crater, descending into the crater for a game drive within this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a picnic lunch within the crater and continue exploring its diverse habitats in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight stay on the crater rim.

After breakfast, depart for Lake Manyara National Park. Enjoy a morning game drive in Manyara, known for its tree-climbing lions and birdlife. Lunch at a lodge or camp near Lake Manyara. In the afternoon, visit Lake Eyasi to meet the Hadzabe tribe and experience their traditional lifestyle and activities. Dinner and overnight stay near Lake Eyasi.

After breakfast, depart from Lake Eyasi and return to Arusha. Optionally, visit a local cultural center or markets in Arusha. Transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) or Arusha Airport (ARK) for your onward journey.

Location Map

Frequently Asked & Question

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.

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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