🦒 Tanzania safari
Updated over a week ago

Points needed: 300,000

Organization: Responsible Travel

A 4-day safari plan is designed to maximize wildlife viewing opportunities. This tour will take you to the best three National Parks of the Northern circuit. Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, and Ngorongoro Crater. Additional activities like a cultural tour by visiting Maasai village or Biking around Lake Manyara and the small town of Mto wa Mbu and finally a local lunch can be arranged during this tour.

Upon arrival at Arusha or Kilimanjaro airport, you will meet with your guide and be transferred to your hotel. You’ll be in a good hands from the time you land to the moment you leave this beautiful country.

You’ll leave Arusha after breakfast heading to Tarangire National Park This relative secrecy is odd because during the dry season it’s a part of the migratory movement and it’s second only to Ngorongoro Crater in the concentration of wildlife. Thousands of parched animals flock to the watering holes and thousands more makes their long way to the permanent water of the Tarangire River. Overnight at Karatu on full board basis. Omegaview hotel.

Early morning crater tour, it’s nice to get in the crater earlier which guarantees you to see most cats still active. This must-visit destination in Africa harbors the highest concentrations of predators in the world-lions, hyenas, jackals, and leopards. This gives an opportunity of going down the crater before most tourists’ cars. Overnight at Omega view hotel.

After breakfast drive to Lake Manyara National Park. This Park is known for the tree-climbing lions, driving in the deep forest where old tuskers still roam, blue monkeys swinging among huge figs and tamarind trees, giant baobabs, and mahoganies, using their long tail as an extra limb. Late afternoon drive to Arusha for overnight on half board basis.

Treecard will cover lodging and safari tour costs. Flights not included.

The trip will be fulfilled by voucher for Responsible Travel
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