4 Days Safari in the Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti, and Tarangire overview
This 3-day camping safari allows you to see a huge range of species in some of the most diverse habitats. Parts of the Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks, as well as the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater, can be seen.
Day 1: Arusha – Ngorongoro – Serengeti National Park Complete Safari Itinerary
Your driver/guide and safari vehicle will pick you up in Arusha. The truck has a retractable roof for easier game watching and a refrigerator to hold the free mineral water chilled. Early morning departure with lunchbox to arrive in the Serengeti in time for the game drives to begin. The path from Arusha passes through the Great Rift Valley, the Crater Forest, and the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater. Before descending to the Serengeti, a brief stop at the viewpoint with spectacular views of the crater is produced. The vast expanses of the Serengeti plains in front of you will wow you and make you want to go deeper into this place. The Migration, which numbers about 2 million species, is active all year. Depending on the season, you will be able to witness this amazing phenomena. The precise position of the animals ranges from year to year due to annual rainfall variations. Your guide, on the other hand, would know where to find the herds and where to get the best views. Naturally, it draws a large number of predators, and you may see a group of lionesses gathering for a hunt. Serengeti Heritage Camp hosts dinner and an overnight stay.
Serengeti National Park, Day 2
A whole day of visiting the Serengeti, attempting to trace the migration’s tracks and being surrounded by tens of thousands of creatures.
Day 3: Ngorongoro Conservation Area – Karatu – Serengeti National Park
You’ll be game heading out of the Serengeti and back up the Ngorongoro Crater’s slopes. Descent to the crater floor and emerge into this zoo of creatures. With the exception of topis, Masai giraffes, and impalas, nearly any animal present in the East African savannah can be found on the grass steppe and in the acacia tree forests. Within a matter of hours, you will typically see the “Big Five” (lions, tigers, buffalos, rhinoceros, and leopards). You’ll travel to Karatu (the first village after the Ngorongoro Conservation Area) for dinner and overnight at Endoro Lodge after a lengthy nature tour and a picnic lunch.
Day 4: Arusha – Karatu – Tarangire National Park
Last but not least, a guide to Tanzania’s third largest national park, Tarangire National Park, which is home to an extraordinarily high elephant population. The park’s majestic baobab trees overshadow the animals that feed underneath them, making for an intriguing feature. Animals congregate along the Tarangire River, which serves as the area’s only permanent source of water. There is an abundance of animals, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, and up to 6,000 elephants. Full-day game drive with lunch, then move to Arusha for dinner and an overnight stay at Karama Lodge (Half Board basis).
Both tours may be mixed or changed to meet the specific requirements. Please use the inquiry page to inform us about your special needs.
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