Tanzania is magnificent with vast expanses of savannah grassland teeming with wildlife and birds, providing breathtaking opportunities to view game. Travelers get to experience a true African wilderness with almost every animal species found on the continent with their 3-day Tanzania Wildlife Safari to the Northern Circuit destinations of Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti, and Tarangire National Parks. These protected areas are home to a variety of big cats, including lions, cheetahs, and leopards, as well as zebras, giraffes, spotted hyenas, and birds, as well as antelopes like hartebeests, Defassa waterbucks, impalas, common elands, and Topis bushbucks.
On the first day of your three-day safari, a driver-guide will pick you up from your Zanzibar hotel with a breakfast bag and take you to Abeid Amani Karume International Airport in time for a morning flight to Seronera Airstrip in Central Serengeti or any of the other 8 airstrips to various parts of the Park. When you arrive at the airstrip, a representative from our company will be waiting for you with a packed lunch. You will immediately begin your game drive and continue it until late in the afternoon. Wildebeests, Masai giraffes, Dik-dik, greater kudus, Cape buffalo, lions, common warthogs, spotted hyenas, elephants, and cheetahs are among the most prevalent animals in Serengeti National Park and cannot be missed during the game drive. Hartebeests, Caracals, Jackals, Klipspringers, and several cats are among the animals that can occasionally be spotted in this well-known safari location. Rare but occasionally seen during game drives are the endangered Black rhinos and the elusive African wild dogs.
Check into your lodge after your thrilling tour of Serengeti National Park, where you’ll spend the night and have dinner.
After a leisurely breakfast, continue to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, stopping for a picnic lunch and a game drive along the way. Once you arrive, take a guided game drive into the 600-meter-deep Ngorongoro Crater, where you can see Defassa waterbucks, vultures, African bush elephants, ostriches, wildebeests, flamingos, jackals, spotted hyenas, zebras, hippos, lions, and impalas among other common wildlife. In contrast to the previous location, the black rhinos, cheetahs, and Dik-dik can occasionally be seen during game drives in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, while leopards, several cats, and caracals are uncommon to see. Continue on to your booked campsite, tented camp, or lodge for dinner and the night.
Be sure to get breakfast before leaving for Tarangire National Park and packing a lunch for the morning game drive. Spend a short amount of time in Tarangire with stops at the Tarangire River, but your trip will be worthwhile because you will see common park inhabitants like blue monkeys, warthogs, elephants, Defassa waterbucks, cape buffaloes, impalas, lions, zebras, spotted hyenas, vultures, jackals, and giraffes, among others. You may also see animals that are sporadically spotted in this park, such as leopards, spotted hyenas, caracals, and marabou storks, with a higher likelihood of seeing cheetahs and the rare African wild dogs. After enjoying your picnic lunch, continue driving to Arusha or Kilimanjaro Airport to catch your flight back to Zanzibar. Or you will be dropped-off at your Zanzibar hotel or continue to your international flight home.
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