4 days 3 nights
2- 4 people
After breakfast at your lodge, you will meet your guide you will begin your journey by crossing through Arusha town to Lake Manyara National Park for a game drive. Manyara Park is located in Tanzania's most spectacular wildlife area and consists of a huge, shallow salt lake that covers almost two-thirds of the park and sits at the base of the western escape of the Great Rift Valley. The rich and varied habitats of this park attract a variety of species, including herds of buffaloes, zebras, giraffes, wildebeest, wild boars, elephants, and countless flamingos attracted by green algae in the lake. You will enjoy your lunch in the park before you continue your African adventure. In the afternoon, you will drive through the Great Rift Valley where you can stop to take pictures of Lake Manyara and its forest before starting your way to Lake Eyasi. Arriving at Lake Eyasi, you will visit the Datoga tribe who are 'blacksmiths', accompanied by a local guide. You will see their homes and how they live. Moreover, you will meet their family members and their children. Later, you take a sunset stroll by the lake before heading to your lodge for dinner and overnight. We will spend the night at Bushman camp near the lake. All meals are included.
The second journey of your 4 Days Tanzania Camping Safari will start early in the morning with a bushmen hunt man. He will teach you some hunting and survival skills before you leave the comfort of your lodge to the jungle. The Bushmen of Lake Eyasi are divided into small groups of Hadzebe, Tindiga, and Datoga who live by hunting with bow and arrows, they feed on roots and wild fruits exactly as mankind used to live in the Stone Age. Next, you will return to the camp for breakfast before departing for Serengeti National Park. You drive along the beautiful high lying farmlands of Karatu to the main gate of Ngorongoro and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (23 m). You'll stop at the Crater main point to shoot the Ngorongoro Crater floor from the rim. Then you will drive into the heart of the Serengeti National Park, 'Wild Africa', through endless rolling plains. You can have your packed lunch at Naabi Hill Gate or at the kopjes (rocky outcrop) before continuing your tour to the central area of the park called Soronera. In the late afternoon, transfer to your camp for dinner and overnight. Accommodation at the Seronera Central Serengeti Public Camping. All meals included.
On the third day, you will enjoy an early morning game drive in the Serengeti starting at 6.30 am. You'll spend a lot of time in the Serengeti before heading to Ngorongoro. Along the way, you enjoy seeing cat families Morning Serengeti Safari may allow you to see cat family on the road as they avoide the morning mist. You may also see other predators returning from their long hunting night or a group of lionesses setting up an early morning ambush and other animals getting ready to start their new day. If your travel collides with the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, you will go straight to where they are and spend a lot of time with the herds before you get back to the Ngorongoro Highlands. There is an option to visit the Masai people on the way to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area at the additional cost of $30. Later, you will arrive at Ngorongoro Conservation Area for dinner and you will spend the night at the Simba public camp on the edge of the crater. All food is included. Get ready for the last journey of your 4 Days Tanzania Camping Safari
You will start your journey at 6:30 am as you climb 600 meters to the top of the crater for an excellent view of the game. The Ngorongoro Crater is believed to be one of the natural wonders of the world. Supported annually by water and fodder supplies, the crater is home to a variety of wildlife, including herds of buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, elk, wild boar, hippos, elephant,s and the rare black rhino. It is one of the few places in the world where black rhinos are found in their natural habitats. Another landmark of the crater is the dense population of predators, including lions, cheetahs, jackals, hyenas, and the mysterious leopard that needs a binocular eye to spot it. You'll enjoy what you see and you'll admire the true mother nature and what it has to offer. Next, you will visit Lake Magadi, a larger but shallow salt lake in the southwest corner of the crater which is frequently visited by hippos, flocks of flamingos, and other waterfowl. After the picnic, you will enjoy some other game drive before returning to Arusha for the night. (we can drop you off at Kilimanjaro International Airport for your late flight.) If you need to book this safari, or you have questions, please contact us. We will do our best to help you.