4 Days/3 Nights
Day 1: Arusha/Lake Manyara N.park. Overnight at Bougainvillea lodge.
Day 2: Karatu/Serengeti Park. Overnight at Thorn tree tented camp.
Day 3: Full day in Serengeti N.park. Overnight at Thorn tree tented camp.
Day 4: Serengeti/Ngorongoro crater floor/Arusha. Overnight at Mvuli hotel.
Day 1: Arusha/Tarangire N.park
Early breakfast at 6:30am before you drive to Lake Manyara National Park for a full day game drive to afternoon. Lake Manyara park is among Tanzania’s smallest park. Drive through the lush garden is a gentle reminder that you are now in Africa. Exotic birdcalls fill the air. Enjoy a picnic lunch and afterwards you’ll continue game viewing of animals in the park.
Zebra, wildebeest, bushbuck, dik-dik and guinea fowl regularly cross your path, unbothered by your benign presence and going about their daily routines. You’ll meander along bush tracks and explore the Lake which is home of thousand of Flamingos and River’s twists and turns, finding elephant drinking and playing in the refreshing waters .In the evening you will make your way to the lodge where you can settle in and relax before dinner and your overnight.
Day 2: Karatu / Serengeti Park.
Wake up early in the morning whereby will take a cup of fresh brewed Tanzanian coffee. After breakfast you will take your way to Serengeti national park heading in a northwesterly direction.
Head up the winding, switch-back road and into the Ngorongoro Highlands continue to the Serengeti national park (endless plain) for afternoon to sunset game drive in the heart of Serengeti Park before you heard to your overnight camp for dinner and overnight. Afterwards gather round the campfire before heading off to bed. Relax in your comfortable surroundings tonight as you are lulled to sleep by the sounds of the Serengeti plains.
Day 3: Full day in endless plain of Serengeti
Full day game drives in the endless pain of Serengeti Park. This starts from sunrise to sunset game drive in the endless plain of Serengeti park. You will have great time visiting retima hippo and crocodile pool. You’ll continue your wildlife viewing for the rest of the day, stopping to enjoy a picnic lunch at your leisure. Full days ‘discover Serengeti’ game drives. The day for the big cats – cheetahs, leopards and lions. In the evening drive to the camp for dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Serengeti/Ngorongoro crater floor/Kilimanjaro airport
Rise early for breakfast before you spend a half day exploring the crater floor. The area is world-renowned in its reputation and very small in its scale, so you will see other safari goers. Don’t let that distract you from the beauty of the place or from the fact that this remains one of the only places on earth where you may see all of the Big Five at once: Lion, Leopard, Bull Elephant, African Buffalo and Black Rhino. To maximize your time on the crater floor you will enjoy a special boxed lunch at a scenic picnic spot.
Your journey will take you throughout this tremendous landscape that is constantly changing as animals move to and fro in search of pasture, water or east prey. In the afternoon ascend to the rim and drive back to Arusha for overnight at flamingo hotel.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, BL=Picnic Lunch, D=Dinner
Note: Same Itinerary can be quoted in budget camping and standard lodge/tented camps.
Soft drinks, beer, wine and spirits (as well as gifts like local crafts etc)
International flights tickets (airline) + Airport transfer.
Tips for staff such as guides and the cook staff
Fees for passport, visas, immunizations and insurance
Laundry, phone and other items of a personal nature
Visit and support s for the orphans center – these can be arranged and paid for direct to the center
Transport while on Safari: – We’ll provide special Safari Jeep & 1 stretched – Land cruiser 4WD. The vehicles are fitted with a pop – up roof for game viewing and photographing.
Re: Advice for the trip
Others are like Light weight safari shoes or trainers, sandals, sunglasses, sun creams, insect repellent creams, a light weight first aid kit, day pack for your cameras, rucksack for your safari gears and clothes. Of course, you will want to capture much of Tanzania’s wildlife, so don’t forget a camera, batteries and film. A medium range telephoto lens will be found useful as will a pair of binoculars. In case you’re bringing any electrical equipment, the electricity is 220v.Also our vehicles has got charging system for our clients to charge their cameras etc.