Day 1

Arrival at JRO, meet & greet on arrival by RA rep and transferred to Arusha and overnight at Mount Meru Hotel – Meal Plan B/B

Day 2

Depart this morning and drive to Tarangire National Park, spend full day game viewing and overnight at Simba Tarangire Camp – Meal Plan F/B

Tarangire National Park (TNP) – The national park encompasses an area of 1,100 square miles (2,850 sq km), and is part of the larger Manyara Region. It is named after the Tarangire river and best known for Baobab trees and elephants. The savannah in Tarangire is a unique experience with lots of wildlife to view, all in a day’s drive. It is home to 550 bird species, zebras, giraffes, warthogs, waterbuck, Thompson gazelles’ lions and more. The park offers varied diversity and a migration corridor for elephants that go to Lake Manyara National Park located on the other side. Tarangire is also close to the Maasai steppe, hence the movement of wildlife is common. The Maasai Steppe is an important ecosystem in northeastern Tanzania that covers approximately 40,000 square kilometers or 15,444 square miles. Tarangire River passes through the middle of the park and is the only source of water for wildlife which is crucial during the dry season. It is especially important for elephants due their daily water consumption per individual of approximately 25 – 50 gallons.

Day 3

Early morning depart to Serengeti National Park, game drive en-route to your lodge. Overnight at Baobab Serengeti Camp – Meal plan F/B

Serengeti National Park is located at the northern edge of Tanzania. The park itself is about 5,700 square miles in size, by comparison Yellowstone NP USA is 3,472 square miles. Serengeti is part of the vast savannah wildlands flora and fauna, which has changed little in millions of years. It is one of the oldest ecosystems in the world and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. The Serengeti is globally famous for the great wildebeest migration, endless sweeping vistas, wildlife, including cheetahs, hyenas, lions and crocodiles at the Grumeti River. Serengeti National Park is the most discussed and documented wildlife park in the world including by; the BBC, NatGeo, Discovery, CNN, CCTV and more. It has also been visited by celebrities from all around the world. A visit to Serengeti National Park is at the top of wish lists for travellers who appreciate a unique wildlife safari, a superlative experience for wildlife adventurers.

Day 4

Full day in Serengeti National Park and overnight at Baobab Serengeti Camp – Meal Plan F/B

Day 5

Early morning depart and drive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Ascend down the crater with packed lunch and spend full day game viewing down at the crater. Overnight at Simba Karatu Camp – Meal Plan F/B

Ngorongoro Crater is the only crater in the world boasting a remarkable concentration of wildlife living in diverse habitats, a natural sanctuary for some of the densest populations of large mammals in Africa. Due to its enclosed nature the Ngorongoro Crater has effectively formed its own ecosystem. It is approximately 16 to 19 kilometres (10 to 12 miles) in diameter, and the height of its walls range between 400 and 610 metres or 1,312 and 2,000 feet. It has earned a fabled reputation as one of Africa’s most unique natural wonders, it is the biggest intact (unbroken) volcanic caldera on Earth. Ngorongoro Crater is thought to have formed about 2.5 million years ago due to an active volcano cone collapsing inwards after a massive eruption. As per archaeologists and geological research records, it is suggested that the caldera may have originally been a higher mountain peak than Mt Kilimanjaro.

Day 6

After breakfast Depart to Arusha and connect with your onward flight – End of service  

“Safe journey home – Safari Njema, kurudi nyumbani – Thank you and return soon – Asante na urudi hivi karibuni

Safari Inclusion:

All the park fees, concessions fees, government levy and tourism levy is paid in the rate. However, in any unforeseen situation, where there might be an ad-hoc increase in government levy, park fees, or any kind of additional tax, without any prior notice. Hence, all the additional charges is carried forward and extended to the end user for settling them. (Rumble Adventures, as a company does not have any control on any increases on government or on the third-party suppliers at any given time and point.)

Safari Exclusion:

Total Costs start from –

2 Guests – Per person adult sharing – $2700.00
4 Guests – Per person adult sharing – $2300.00
6 Guests – Per person adult sharing – $2100.00

Optional Activities:

Balloon Ride in Serengeti – $540.00 per person
(Central of Serengeti) Available Seronera Area all year round.
(Western Corridor Serengeti) Kirawira Area – May to July
(South of Serengeti) Ndutu Area – December to April
(North of Serengeti) Kogatende Area – June to November

Maasai Village Visit – $60.00 per vehicle (Normal Safari Vehicle)
Olduvai Gorge Visit – $40.00 per person

Single person supplement and child rates are on request basis.

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