This tour will give you an incredible experience by discovering the famous national parks within 7 days in the northern circuit with the super big chances of seeing the big five. explore Tarangire national park and gets to see the doted baobab land-scape for its big elephant, enjoy the birding such as flamingoes and pelicans in lake Manyara national park, Big cats in Serengeti national park and Descend to the Ngorongoro crater and look for endangered black rhino and finally visit lake eyasi back to Arusha.
After Breakfast in your Arusha hotel, you will be picked by our professional guide and come to the office for the safari briefing then later you will drive to Tarangire National Park for its dotted with a thousand baobab trees. It is home to large elephant herds as well as big herds of zebras and wildebeest between the months of June to October. The park has a great sighting of big cats and a host of baobab trees doting the park landscape. River Tarangire which runs through this area offers the sole permanent source of water to the different birds and animals. Dinner & Overnight at the camp.
Early Breakfast and then end at Lake Manyara national park. There is an abundance of wildlife in this small national park, and the amazing bird-watching experience will certainly be rewarding to both a devote and first-time bird watcher. It is as well among the few places on the African continent to see the tree-climbing lions that will be your main quest for the day. Manyara in addition provides a large flock of beautiful pink flamingoes found in the lake. You will have lunch at the picnic site. The park has a good sighting of elephants, hippos, giraffes, and a great variety of raptors. Dinner and overnight at the camp.
After breakfast game en route to Serengeti National Park via Ngorongoro. Afterward, we visit the most famous wildlife sanctuary in the world – Serengeti National Park. The word ‘Serengeti’ means ‘endless plains, which describes the park’s 5,600 square mile boundary. Yet for its sprawling area, the Serengeti does not disappoint when it comes to rich game-viewing. Annually, from May to December, millions of animals embark on a migration that brings them from central Serengeti to Kenya’s MaasaiMara and back again in an incredible spectacle. Even during the ‘down-time’, vast herds of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle roam here, along with groups of elephants, giraffes, and buffalo. As the lions, leopard, cheetah, hyenas, and jackals stalk their meals, we enjoy a picnic lunch in this open arena. Dinner and overnight at the camp.
After early breakfast, you will have a full game drive in Serengeti national park with packed lunch boxes up to evening. Then drive back to your camp for Dinner and overnight. Serengeti does not disappoint when it comes to rich game-viewing. Annually, from May to December, millions of animals embark on a migration that brings them from central Serengeti to Kenya’s Masai Mara and back again in an incredible spectacle. Even during the ‘down-time’, vast herds of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle roam here, along with groups of elephants, giraffes, and buffalo. As the lions, leopard, cheetah, hyenas, and jackals stalk their prey. Dinner and Overnight at the camp.
After breakfast, am the final game drive in Serengeti National Park with picnic lunch, until noon, where you will have again game drive to see the beauty of this great Park The afternoon after lunch game en route to Ngorongoro conservation area for Dinner and Overnight at the camp.
After early breakfast descends down to the crater one of the places with a big concentration of big mammals in the world, the endangered rhino recedes here and maybe one of the places to see the black mane lion, other sightings may include elephants, hippo, wildebeest, zebra and big clans of hyena. Enjoy your picnic lunch at the Ngoitokitok pool with hippos in the background the followed by another drive on your way out and proceed to Lake Eyasi Dinner and overnight Eyasi campsite
After breakfast, a true African experience awaits. You will visit the Hadzabe, an ethnic minority and one of Tanzania’s last hunter-gatherer tribes. They have managed to maintain their traditional lifestyle until this day in this dry and mostly barren area. Thereafter you will pay a visit to the pastoral nomads and herdsmen, known as the Datoga tribe. The experience is completed with a stop at the blacksmiths where you will witness craftsmen in rather rudimentary working conditions. After this interactive cultural experience you will then drive back to Arusha and we will drop you at Kilimanjaro International Airport for your flight or Arusha at the Hotel of your stay.