This 8-day safari is designed for individuals who want to see the animals in Tanzania’s Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Serengeti, Ngorongoro, and Lake Eyasi National Parks. You will be able to go on game drives, do bird watching, and interact with the locals while on this safari. You will have the opportunity to see animals like lions, black rhinoceroses, cheetahs, buffaloes, leopards, and Hadze tribe. Tanzania is a popular safari location in Africa. The wildlife watching is fantastic, and big cats are especially visible. The Big Five are all present in the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park, as well as in other parks and reserves around Tanzania. It is simple to do a Tanzania safari for two full weeks, traveling from park to park with little time spent outside of the bush because about 40% of the country is protected and set aside for conservation.
Following an early breakfast, your safari driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you to Tarangire National Park. The park is renowned for its varied topography, which includes nine distinct vegetation zones, and is well-known for the quantity of baobab trees. The park’s river is teeming with wildlife, including a wide range of birds, lions, leopards, zebras, giraffes, buffaloes, antelopes, and, of course, elephants. If you’re lucky, there’s a decent possibility you’ll observe a hunt while enjoying lunch in this wonderful location with great views of the river and animals. While traveling to your lodging in the afternoon, you will take a game drive.
After breakfast, you’ll travel through the Rift Valley to Lake Manyara National Park for a full day of game viewing. Even though this park is small, it features stunning landscape, a rich acacia bush, enormous figs, and giraffes, elephants, plenty of buffalo, and impalas as permanent residents. Rare climbing lions and flamingos on the lakeshore are unique to this park.
After a leisurely breakfast today, you’ll drive to Serengeti, one of the most well-known national parks in the world. The trip through the crater highlands is long but breathtaking, and it includes a quick stop at the rim for an incredible view of Ngorongoro crater. In addition to 2 million wildebeests, hundreds of thousands of zebras, and a wide variety of antelopes, including numerous impalas and Thomson’s gazelles, it is the starting point of the Great Migration.
You will go on two full days of wildlife drives in Serengeti National Park. an opportunity to view big cats and powerful predators; keep an eye out for lions, cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas. This park is home to about 500 different species of birds in addition to smaller animals like mongooses, foxes, honey badgers, jackals, baboons, and rock hyrax.
You’ll go on a morning game drive today, and you’ll watch one of the most beautiful sunrises you’ve ever seen. It truly is one of the loveliest things to experience. We return to the lodge for a satisfying lunch following the wildlife drive, and from there we’ll travel to Ngorongoro, the eighth wonder of the natural world. It is one of the locations on the continent where you may observe black rhinos and where there is the highest concentration of wildlife in Africa. The largest elephants in the world, with enormous tasks, are found in Ngorongoro.
We’ll start the day early, descending into the crater floor for a fantastic morning of wildlife in one of the most beautiful sites on the planet. It is one of the very few places on the entire continent where you can see a black rhino. The crater features a river, various marshes, a soda lake with lots of flamingos, a forest, and wide plains. After lunch, we will have some time for a brief game drive before leaving the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and traveling to Lake Eyasi, where you will have an extraordinary and intriguing cultural experience the following day.
You get up this morning before dawn and set out with your guide to locate the Hadzabe tribe, one of Africa’s final nomadic groups. You can join the tribe by taking part in the daily hunting activities of the men or the fruit harvesting activities of the ladies. After your activities with the Hadze tribe are finished, you will travel back to Arusha to end your safari. Lake Eyasi is a seasonally shallow salt lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley.
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