Eight Days Safari
Day 1 – Arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport
Arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport and transfer to your hotel/ lodge in Arusha.
Day 2- Lake Manyara
Depart for Lake Manyara National Park. Arrive for lunch at the camp or lodge at Mto wa Mbu before driving back to the park for an afternoon game. In the evening, head back to camp for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 3- Nainokanoka Village
In the morning, we will drive to Nainokanoka village via Loduare (Ngorongoro). Upon arrival, we will be greeted by our Maasai walking safari guides and donkey raiders, load our luggage on the donkeys and hike to Bulati via Embulbul depression. In the evening, we will visit a Maasai village for a traditional dinner and overnight stay.
Day 4 – Empakai Crater
After breakfast, we will hike through Maasai land to the Empakai Crater and have
lunch in the crater while watching the Lasser Flamingoes. Later we will hike back to camp and board the car and drive to Ngorongoro along the crater rim for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 5 – Serengeti NP
Drive to Serengeti National Park, game viewing en route for an overnight stay at the Serengeti Lodge/camp
Day 6- Serengeti NP
Early morning game drive at Serengeti and drive to Olduvai Gorge and back to Ngorongoro at the rim for dinner and overnight.
Day 7- Tarangire NP
In the morning, after breakfast, we will descend into the crater with our lunch boxes for a crater tour until late afternoon and drive to Tarangire for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 8- Tarangire NP/ Arusha
Our game drive commences in the morning after breakfast. In the afternoon, we will have lunch at our lodge or camp before heading back to Arusha for evening departure or overnight stay.
Islands and Historical Sites
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- Rubondo Island located in southwest Lake Victor...
- Gaze at ancient artwork near the village of Kol...
- Amboni caves are the most extensive limestone c...
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- Journey back in time at Kilwa, home to some of ...
- Behold Bagamoyo and its beautiful, natural harb...