Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, Serengeti, Tarangire This 8 days Tanzania camping safari is a little is similar to the 7 days camping safari in Tanzania but has an extended day in the Tarangire national park taking you to all the popular national parks in Northern Tanzania. Accommodation for this safari also features public camps. In one week and one extra day on it, you will get the chance to visit Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti and Tarangire National park. Early morning game drives and nature walks in the Ngorongoro will also feature in this safari of eight days in Tanzania.
You will be met by Mori tours staff for briefing abought your eight-day safari. Your Tour starts with the drive to Lake Manyara. Nestling at the base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment, the park is recognized for its incredible beauty. You can see many game animals such as Buffalo, Elephant, Giraffe, Impala, hippo and others. Overnight at a public Campsite at Lake Manyara. Lunchbox and dinner included
After breakfast, you start on your way to Serengeti National Park. After stopping for your picnic lunch on a kopje (rock outcropping) in Serengeti you will continue further into the park and go on a game drive. Overnight at Seronera Public Campsite at Central Serengeti. All meals included
Two days of game drives around Serengeti. Depending on the time of year and the migration of the herds you can expect to see wildebeest, lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, monkeys, baboons, hippos, rhinos, antelopes and many birds and other species. 2 x Overnight at Seronera Public Campsite at Central Serengeti. All meals included
Early morning game drive at Serengeti. After breakfast will proceed to Ngorongoro Conservation Area and go for an afternoon a Nature Walk (depending on weather conditions) at the Northern Crater Rim of Ngorongoro Crater inhabited by buffaloes, elephants, baboons, monkeys and different species of birds. Escorted by a ranger or Maasai Guide you follow animal paths through dense. Overnight at Simba Public Campsite at Ngorongoro. All meals included
After breakfast, you will descend into the crater for a wonderful game drive (with a picnic lunch) inside the Ngorongoro Crater considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As very few animals migrate in and out of the crater with its 2000 ft. high walls the Ngorongoro Crater has the highest wild animal density worldwide. Among the species are lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, hippos, flamingos, jackals, rhinos, antelopes, many birds and other species. You might expect to see the ‘Big Five’ in one day. Overnight at Simba Public Campsite at Ngorongoro. All meals included
Your Tour continues with the drive to Tarangire, Tanzania’s third largest national park and sanctuary for an unusually large elephant population. Majestic baobab trees are an interesting feature of the park, dwarfing the animals that feed beneath them. Animals concentrate along the Tarangire River, which provides the only permanent water supply in the area. There is a great diversity of wildlife including lion, leopard, cheetah and up to six thousand elephants. Overnight at a public Campsite at Tarangire. All meals included
We enjoy an early morning game drive in the Tarangire National Park, followed by breakfast at the lodge/Campsite. We will then transfer back to Moshi/Arusha. Upon arrival will we have lunch and then we will end our African safari adventure. You will be taken to your hotel, which ends our safari services.
With almost a quarter of this vast country dedicated to wildlife reserves and national parks, Tanzania is justifiably regarded as Africa’s premier safari destination. It’s one of my favourite countries, not just for the bush, beaches and big peaks, but also for the genuine warmth and friendliness of its people.
"The capital of safari in word and deed" The Northern Circuit boasts what is surely the most celebrated park on the continent, the Serengeti, and few feelings will ever compare to the incredible moment when I saw a cheetah chase down a gazelle across the seemingly endless plains of this great wilderness, without another car in sight. Aside from playing host to the annual wildebeest migration, the Serengeti also boasts one of the largest lion populations in Africa. In fact, Tanzania is home to almost 40% of Africa’s entire lion population.