5-Day Tanzania Luxury Safari Tour

5-Day Tanzania Luxury Safari Tour- Description

This luxury Tanzania safari itinerary concentrates on the country’s amazing northern safari circuit, with visits to Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara, the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater, and the renowned Serengeti all included in one trip. Enjoy morning and evening game drives, walking safaris, and even canoe safaris to see tree-climbing lions, the Great Migration, and other big game favorites. Tick off Africa’s Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino) while enjoying morning and evening game drives, walking safaris, and even canoe safaris.

Day by Day Itinerary

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Day 1
Arrival in Tarangire National Park

When you arrive in Tanzania, you’ll depart from Arusha and travel to Tarangire National Park (journey time of approximately 2 hours). Tarangire is a seasonal park, with the optimum time to visit being during the long dry season (June to October), when the park offers fantastic wildlife viewing chances. African big game favorites, such as enormous herds of elephant congregating around riverbanks and waterholes, might be expected. Tarangire is also one of Tanzania’s few parks that offers night safaris, as well as walking safaris and fly camping excursions.

Day 2
Lake Manyara National Park

After breakfast, you’ll be taken to Lake Manyara National Park, which is situated on the edge of the Rift Valley among the cliffs of the Manyara Escarpment. Pink flamingos and other birds flock to Lake Manyara’s alkaline soda, which covers 230 square kilometers. The lake is also home to permanent hippo pods. Tree-climbing lions, enormous herds of elephant, wildebeest, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, warthog, and impala, as well as leopards and hyenas, can all be seen in the park. A large primate population, including common monkeys, vervet monkeys, and baboons, is also present. On a canoe tour on the lake, you can see wildlife.

Day 3
Ngorongoro Crater

This morning, you’ll depart from your accommodation for the Ngorongoro Crater, a spectacular natural phenomena and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Crater is without a doubt one of the most spectacular wildlife safari destinations on the planet, with its 600-meter-high crater wall providing great animal watching chances. Buffalo, warthog, wildebeest, zebra, hippo, and elephant are among the animals you can expect to see. Predators abound, including lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs, and leopards. The resident black rhino population is a fantastic treat, as they’re extremely rare elsewhere in Tanzania.

You continue your journey to the Serengeti after a picnic lunch. By late afternoon, you’ll have completed your first game drives over the southern Serengeti and will have checked into your luxury safari camp.

Day 4
Serengeti National Park

Spend a whole day in the Serengeti on safari. The park has some of the best animal viewing in Africa and is home to the Great Migration, the world’s biggest wildlife spectacular.

Over two million wildebeest and zebra migrate north every year from Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve. The herds must cross the dangerous Mara River, which flows through Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve and Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. As they cross the river in pursuit of greener pastures, they must contend with perilous water currents and dangerous animals. This is a particularly perilous time to be a wildebeest or a zebra, with crocodiles lurking in the muddy waters and lions, cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas patrolling the river banks.

Day 5

Take a morning game drive on your final day before continuing on to your next destination. Travel across the sea to the idyllic island of Zanzibar for some beach time, or return to Arusha for your onward journey.

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