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9 Days Safari drive

Safari Drive


Tanzania Travel, you will visit Arusha National Park where you can do a walking safari. Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Parks and of course the renowned Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater.


Day 1: Arrival Day

In Tanzania Travel, it takes to Kilimanjaro Airport and relocates to your hotel/lodge. Therefore, this is where you will have a briefing about your excursion and get rest ready for succeeding day doings.

Day 2: Walking Safari & Safari drive in Arusha N.P

However, after a morning delicious breakfast in this 9 days Tanzania Travel, takes you up from the lodge/hotel and drive to Arusha NP. Moreover, this is a small but good-looking park giving a wide assortment of outstanding backcloths at the base of Mount Meru. Furthermore, this a fifth-highest top in Africa directs the park’s prospect.
But, Arusha National Park is diverse because it is amongst the few parks in Tanzania where you have the chance to do a safari on foot. Therefore, this is a chance to get down to ground level with the animals. So not be missed. Also, it is very delightful to approach animals on foot and a completely different experience than game-watching by car. Enjoy the Safari drive.
All meals encompassed

 Day 3: Get the Tarangire National Park

Via Tanzania Travel, early after breakfast, you will travel to Tarangire NP. However, Tarangire is best identified for its numerous huge baobab trees and its large hordes of elephants. Also, it is a home-grown to about 2,500 folks and large herds are regularly watched. You can also have a glimpse of several distinct animals like leopard, and zebra, warthog, eland, buffalo, waterbuck as well as lion. Also, the bird lovers will have so much to sight; above 500 dissimilar bird-types are existing.
The park boasts the biggest concentration of wildlife outside the Serengeti. It is the only place in Tanzania where the oryx and gerenuk are commonly observed, and experience. Enjoy the Safari drive.
With your lunch-box, you will picnic at an attractive spot in the park after which your safari proceeds.

This is a Safari drive.

Day 4: Village Step/Safari drive

after an early breakfast, you will be itinerant to the third National Park of this journey: Lake Manyara NP. On arrival, you will spring your legs in a 2 to 3-hour village gait in cozy ‘Mto wa Mbu. Here you will encounter the native community, taste home-based banana beer, learn around the Makonde carvings, and listen to your leader who will tell you all about the way of prosperous in this village. After the village gait, you will have a native lunch.
After lunch, you go to Lake Manyara National Park This is a small but very attractive park providing pleasing sights, outstanding game watching and an unbelievable collection of birdlife. You have an opportunity to spot zebra, warthog, giraffe, elephant, hippo, wildebeest, and the sporadic tree-climbing lion. Overnight at the camp/lodge.
All meals encompassed

Day 5; Cross via Ngorongoro Conservancy/safari drives in Serengeti

On the way via the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, we halt to visit Olduvai Gorge. It is inside this sheer-sided gorge that Louis and Mary Leakey made some of the world’s most significant archaeological findings in the 1950s. Here is a trivial museum, we are able to spot mark of our descendants that have been dated back to 2.5 million years ago.
Then we continue to Serengeti NP arriving after lunch. The rest of the after lunch is spent game watching between the massive prairies that are wrecked only by acacia trees and the uncommon kopje (rock formation). In January and February, we will generally meet the migration with great herds of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle. There are constantly abundantly of occupant animals, such as giraffe, buffalo, and elephant, as well as several large predators such as lion, cheetah, as well as leopard.
All meals encompassed

Day 6 & 7 Serengeti National Park

Early in the morning, safari drive to sight nocturnal slayers getting back from hunting and animals awakening up in early a.m. light. After experiencing a bush breakfast at the hippo pools, you continue with your safari drive around Serengeti called after an ancient Maasai word Siringet, meaning ‘Endless Plains’.
Basing on the time of year and the migration of the herds you can assume to sight wildebeest, lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, primates, baboons, hippos, rhinos, antelopes and several birds and other types. Back to your luxury camp for late lunch below Acacia Trees or stay in the bush till late afternoon. In the nightfall, you will be astonished by a secluded candlelight dinner beneath African Stars. Overnight at the Tented Camp/lodge/hotel at Serengeti.
All meals encompassed.

Day 8; A.m. safari drive in Serengeti; noon drives to Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

We start with an early a.m. safari drive in this delightful park, wake up early to make the maximum of our time. Our guides will select the finest sighting places for the time of year; we can have time at the Hippo pool viewing these regal animals lounge about in the cool water Luckily living together with the crocodiles, view a big conceit of lions, be in the mid of the migration, before moving back into the NCAA and to the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater where we spend the night.
All meals encompassed

Day 9 Morning safari drive; back to Arusha, end.

We have a final early a.m. safari drive in Ngorongoro Crater where we should spot more games, before getting back to Arusha and, direct to Kilimanjaro Airport in time to clasp our flight home.
Breakfast encompassed. Finally, the Safari drive will always be the best tour.


 Professional Guide
 4×4 safari vehicle
 Full Board Accommodation
 All activities detailed in the safari
 Park entrance fees
 Drinking water on the safari
 Airport transfer


 Tanzania hotel fees (the eve of the safari and the night after the safari),
 Tips,
 Laundry services,
 Beverages/ drinks,
 international flights,
 Visas,
 Items of a personal nature,
 optional activities and any other extras not detailed in the above


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