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Tanzania safari

11 Days Active Tanzania Safari




Duration: 4 days 3 night

Best time to travel: all year round


Day 1 Arrival at Kilimanjaro-airport ; depending on the arrival time we can visit a local event (restaurant, market) before our stay at Arusha hotel in Arusha.

Day 2 After breakfast we leave for a full day safari to Arusha National Park; a park with lots of wildlife and spectacular mountain-jungle. Also a walking safari inside the National park with an armed  ranger. Stay at Arusha hotel.

Day 3 Depart for Tarangire National Park a 2 hour drive . Tarangire is known for its Massive Baobabs and the home of elephants. The scenery is amazing with the Tarangire river, which attract slots of deer and big cats. You will stay at the Tarangire Safari Lodge, located on a rim with a spectacular sunset view.

Day 4 After breakfast depart to Lake Manyara for hiking and cultural tourism. Morning walking safari in the Losimingur Hills; with insights into traditional Maasai tribal life. Afternoon visit to traditional Maasai boma. Overnight at  Manyara Wildlife Lodge

Day 5 ( OPTIONAL EXTRA DAY) Lake Manyara Mountain bike experience. Bike to the coast of one of the Africa’s most Majestic lakes and get an amazing opportunity to view wildlife like zebras, giraffes ,impalas etc, at close range in this corridor of migration between the national parks. overnight at Karatu Wildlife Lodge.

Day 5 Lake Eyasi : After breakfast drive to Lake Eyasi for Extensive tuition in survival skills; to include own weapon and shelter making and hunting technique. Overnight at lake kisima Ngenda tented camp.

Day 6 Lake Eyasi Bush men :Early morning hunt with the Bushmen, with tuition in survival skills. Dinner and overnight at Karatu Wildlife Lodge

Day 7 After Breakfast you will drive into the  Ngorongoro for a game drive , Overnight at Crater Forest Tented Camp .

Day 8 After an early breakfast, depart for Serengeti for game drive. Overnight at Katikati or Ikoma Tented Camp, 

Day 9 Serengeti full day.Overnight at Ikoma Tented Lodge. ( Balloon safari this day)

Day 10 Early breakfast game drive in Serengeti and later game en-route via Ngorongoro drive to  Arusha.

Day 11 Airport drop off.


Items included:
Airport transfers
Transportation in 4×4 pop up roof safari vehicle
Professional, English speaking guide
Meals according to travel plan
Mineral water
Overnight stays in safari lodges / tented camps
All national park fees
Items not included:
Accommodation in Arusha can be arranged upon request.
Alcoholic and soft drinks
Visa fees
Personal spending monies for souvenirs etc.
Travel insurance


Join us for an Unforgettable Life Time  Tanzania Safari !


Are safaris in Tanzania safe?
You bet they are. Tanzania is one of Africa’s most stable countries. You’ll be welcomed by its friendly people and always taken care of by attentive staff. After full days of wildlife viewing, rest up at handpicked camps and lodges, which offer authentic African charm and modern-day conveniences.
where do i spend the night?
Nights are spent on basic campsites inside the national parks or on the outskirts thereof. Clients are provided with spacious two-man dome tents (2.1 x 2.1 m) that are equipped with mosquito nets and comfortable 5 cm thick sleeping mats.
What Facilities are at the Campsites ?
The communal ablution facilities can be found on all campsites and are very clean. Most of them are very basic, the showers are cold showers though in the National park campsites but some of the campsites right next to the park have hot showers a swimming pool.
What do i need to pack for the safari?
Follow this link to see what you need to pack for your safari and if you will have further questions please feel free to contact us Tanzania Packing list(
What kind of Vehicles do we use
We make use of reconstructed 4×4 safari vehicles (i.e. Toyota Landcruisers), that have been designed to conquer the ever demanding road conditions in East Africa. All vehicles have pop-up roofs that can be opened during game drives and a window seat is guaranteed for each guest. You may also choose to store smaller valuables in the Tanzania Expeditions office.
What meals are provided and what kind of food do i expect?
The tour is run on a full-board basis and meals are included as indicated in the itinerary. Mineral water is also provided, whereas all other beverages (soft drinks & alcohol) are excluded and on your own account. Breakfast can include eggs, sausages or bacon and toast and jam. Coffee, tea and hot chocolate are also provided. Lunch-boxes are provided for lunch and are enjoyed en-route at a picnic spot. These usually contain sandwiches, boiled eggs and fruits or grilled chicken thighs. Dinner is freshly cooked and meals consist of meat or fish and some sort of starch (pasta, rice, mashed potatoes etc.) and vegetables. Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements or food allergies and we will do our outmost to cater for them (only possible with advanced notification)
Do i need money while on Safari?
Yes, we suggest that you bring some spending money for drinks, snacks, souvenirs and tips. Please only bring USD bills that have been printed after 2004 as earlier dated bills will not be accepted.
Are tips Included in the package
Tips are not included in the price and we recommend 15-20 USD per group per day for the guide and 10-15 USD per group per day for the cook.
Do i need sunscreen while on safari
It is highly recommended that you bring your preferred form of sun protection while on safari. This can include SPF30 or higher sunblock, hats, sunglasses, and thin long-sleeve shirts and pants. Because Tanzania is close to the equator, UV rays are strong.
Where can i store my valuables while on safari?
Safaris are typically safe and you should not be overly concerned for safety of valuables. However, continue to practice normal precautions and do not flash and leave valuables out in the open. We strongly recommend that valuables which are not necessary for your trip should be left at home. You may also choose to store smaller valuables in the Tanzania Expeditions office.
What’s the weather like in Tanzania?
Tanzania’s climate is typically sunny, dry, and warm, though there are variations. December through March is warmer (70ºF - 80ºF) with a higher chance of occasional rain. May through November is cooler and drier (60ºF - 80ºF). April, like in North America, usually brings more rain.
Should i bring mosquito and bugs repellant?
It is strongly recommended that you bring your preference of insect or mosquito repellent. Especially in the early morning and evenings, mosquitoes can be present. Some flies and ticks can also be a nuisance depending on the geographical location.
Would you recommend malaria medication?
Yes, because malaria is common in East Africa. We recommend you consult your local travel clinic or personal physician for the most appropriate anti malaria medication for you. We also recommend you take some deet insect repellent.
What immunizations or shots are required?
Currently there are no immunization shots required in order to gain entry to the East African countries of Tanzania, Kenya or Uganda unless prior to your arrival you travel through countries that are infected with yellow fever, cholera or other diseases. However for accurate and the most up-to-date information, please visit the embassy web site for the countries you plan to visit.


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