Tanzania Camping Safari

This is an adventurous camping safari into the Northern Parks of Tanzania. This safari will take you to some of the worlds most prized wildlife parks, including Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater and the famous Serengeti National Park. You will have the opportunity to not only see lions, elephants, girafee, zebra, wildebeast, but also much more!

All safaris include pick up and drop off at Kilimanjaro International Airport, 2 night in hotels both before the trip, all your food, park fees, guides.

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Many people like to add days, include with a climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, or fly from the Serengeti to Zanzibar after the safari. The point is, you can customize the camping safari to fit your needs.




Itinerary

Day 1 - Tarangire National Park

After morning breakfast at the hotel, we will head to Tarangire National Park, a few hours out into the bush in Masai country. Located 120km from Arusha, Tarangire is the sixth largest park in Tanzania. With baobab and acacia trees, much like the Serengeti, Tarangire is home to legions of elephants, which inhabit this park in large herds. In the park you also find other game such as rhino, buffalo, eland, warthog, the fringe-eared oryx, lesser and greater kudu, gerenuk and a large number of impala.

Day 2 - Serengeti National Park

From Tarangire National Park, we will travel to the legendary Serengeti National Park. This will be about a four to five hour drive, driving on the Rim of the Ngorongoro Crater. More than 6 million hooves pound the legendary plains of the Serengeti. Every year, triggered by the rains, more than a million wildebeest, 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson's gazelle gather to undertake the long trek to new grazing lands. Tanzania's first and most famous park, the Serengeti is renowned for its wealth of leopard, lion and large concentrations of animals. Stay at Seronera Camp Site

Day 3 - Serengeti National Park

We have a full day of game drives in the Serengeti from sunrise to sunset, exploring hippos pools, looking for lions, and discovering animals around every corner. This is the day we will try to head to the migration.

Day 4 - Serengeti National Park

Begin with an early morning departure through the Serengeti and head to Ngorongoro Crater. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which lies between the Serengeti and the Lake Manyara National Parks boasts the largest unbroken, inactive, and unflooded caldera in the world. Perhaps having once been about the same size as Mount Kilimanjaro, when the volcanic activity subsided, it collapsed inward resulting in a crater 18 kilometers (11 miles) across. Today it's home to legions of animals.

Day 5 - Ngorongoro Crater

After breakfast, we begin with a sunrise game drive, which is always rewarding to watch the animals eating early in the morning. We will have a picnic lunch at the bottom of the Ngorongoro crater in mid afternoon, before beginning our ascent and long drive back to the airport or your hotel. This will last for half the day before we make our way to Moshi, Arusha or Kilimanjaro International Airport

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