Tanzania 4 Days 3 Nights Safari

Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro

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    Day 1

    Pickup from the hotel at 8:00 am drive throughArusha town to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch, driving will take 2:30 hrs. in a good tarmac road through Maasaisteppes,you will  enjoy the  scenery, picnic lunch  at matete picnic site beware of Vervet Monkeys  you might share lunch if not careful,  game  drive along Tarangire River, late afternoon drive to Lodge for  dinner and overnight ( Tarangire Safari Lodge or TarangireSopa Lodge).

    Tarangire National park is Savanna woodland covering 2600sq km in size famous for its African Elephant Bulls, gigantic baobab trees that welcomes guest at the entry gate. These huge trees are estimated to live more than 300 years and being succulent elephants eat the barks as source of water.

    Besides  elephants carnivores  such as  lions, leopard &  cheetah  can also be seen, without  forgetting cape  buffaloes, giraffe ,zebra , gnus , antelopes and over 400 species of birds.

    Day 2

    After breakfast drive to Serengeti National Park through Ngorongoro Crater Rim with picnic lunch. This will be game drive view en-route.Dinner and overnight at the lodge (Serengeti Sopa, Serengeti Serena, or KubuKubu Tented lodge).

    Serengeti is Tanzania’s oldest and most popular national park, the Serengeti is famed for its annual migration, when some six million hooves pound the open plains, as more than 200,000 Zebra and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle join the wildebeest’s trek for fresh grazing. Yet even when the migration is quiet, the Serengeti offers arguably the most astounding game-viewing in Africa. The book Serengeti shall never die proves this beyond no doubt; the eco system of Serengeti from Gnus, Zebra, and Predators to dung beetles enhance the food chain! Southern Serengeti, in short plain grass is the home for birthing of Gnus. Short plain grass is rich in minerals and salts for new born, end of February–March is when Gnus deliver new babies depending on availability of grass and water. If conditions are not favorable then pregnancies can be carried for 2 more months.

    Optional:  On the way you may pass through historical site- Olduvai Gorge where Dr. Leakey discovered old Fossils of Homo sapiens.

    Day 3

    Early morning coffee/tea then head out for early game drive along Seronera valley.Go back to the camp or lodge for brunch around 11.00 am, after brunch pack up and drive to Ngorongoro game view en-route dinner and overnight the lodge (Ngorongoro Serena at the rim of the crater).

    Day 4

    After breakfast descend to the Crater floor with picnic lunch. Ngorongoro crater is the 1st largest caldera in the world that is home to over 2500 wild animals including the big five to the smallest antelopes covering 286sqkms. The crater is also home to the endangered black rhino. Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority is the only place where People (Maasai) are permitted to keep their domestic animals with wildlife after being moved from Serengeti in the50s by British Government.

    In the afternoon drive to Arusha. Drop at the Hotel.

    End of Safari