ARUSHA/MOSHI – MOUNT KILIMANJARO
Start your Tanzanian experience with a visit to the Roof of Africa: Mount Kilimanjaro. The highest mountain in Africa has enchanted and challenged climbers from around the world for decades now, and you’ll get a small taste of what climbers on the mountain experience as you take a picnic lunch and ascend to the First Hut.
Your day of trekking takes you through lush rainforest and you’ll stop at a scenic waterfall to enjoy your picnic lunch before finishing your day’s hiking. Overnight at Moshi town Ameg lodge,(FB)
MAJI MOTO CYCLING TOUR
After breakfast today for a cycling adventure that will take you from the scenic Kilimanjaro foothills to Tanzania’s safari capital, Arusha. After an early breakfast, you’ll make the lengthy (22km) ride to the famous Maji Moto hot springs. Casting aside your bike and helmet, you’ll have the chance to soak in the wonderfully warm waters, relax under the shade of the oasis, and eat a local lunch and barbeque. You’ll then get back on your bikes and continue cycling to Arusha.
NOTE: You do not have to ride the entire way. You’ll be accompanied at all times by a Serengeti One Safaris vehicle in case you need a break!
Overnight at Maasailand lodge.
ARUSHA – TARANGIRE
Morning at 7:00 pm our guide meets you and then drives to Tarangire national park 110km nice road and 7km ruff road, Have to stop at the entrance for formalities proceed for a game drive around Tarangire river, With picnic lunch. The Tarangire national park is home to Elephants, About 4500 Elephants fond in the park, you have the chance to see Lion, cheetah, Leopard, Antelopes, Zebras, and Kudu. Evening Overnight at Sangaiwe tented camp
TARANGIRE – SERENGETI
We’ll take an early breakfast, as we’ve got a big day of exploration and adventure ahead of us!. Begin the day with the scenic drive towards the Serengeti. Along the way, we’ll pass through the mist-shrouded rainforests of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area where you might be lucky enough to glimpse cape buffalo, baboons, or even elephants and leopards in the dense undergrowth.
It’s a nearly four-hour drive to the Serengeti park gates, but you can choose to break up the drive with one or both of the below optional activities:
• Oldupai Gorge Museum: Sometimes known as the Cradle of Mankind, the Oldupai Gorge Museum commemorates some of the oldest evidence of human habitation ever found. Here you can see some of the oldest fossil evidence in the world of human habitation, visit the Oldupai Gorge Museum to learn more about the human journey, and take in the stunning views of this stark gorge country.
• Maasai boma visit: Pay a visit to one of the famous Maasai bomas, where you’ll have the opportunity to witness (and participate in) traditional Maasai dance, tour an authentic Maasai village, and even do a little souvenir shopping at the local market.
Both of the above activities attract an additional cost. Speak with your safari expert about adding them to your itinerary.
After a delicious lunch at the Serengeti National Park picnic area, it’s time to explore the Serengeti itself. Witness Africa’s iconic savannah landscape and be amazed by the sheer number of animals that roam these grassy plains.
Dinner and overnight in the heart of the Serengeti National Park according to the standard and the type of accommodation requested from our options.Overnight at Embalakai tented camp
We’ll start our day immediately after breakfast, driving through the plains and the kopjes searching the predators, along the Seronera river of the Central Serengeti. Along the way, you’ll spot everything from the enigmatic dik-diks to towering elephants, and everything in between.
The Seronera is often known as ‘big cat country’, and its kopjes and acacias provide an excellent opportunity to spot a pride of lazy lions, sleek cheetahs out on the hunt, and leopards overseeing everything from their lofty perches. The region’s hippo pools and wide-open spaces provide ample opportunities for game viewing.
Dinner and overnight in the heart of the Serengeti National Park according to the standard and the type of accommodation requested from our options. Overnight at Embalakai tented camp
After breakfast, you’ll depart for Ngorongoro Crater; considered by some to be the Eighth Wonder of the World. When you get your first glimpse of this vast, verdant caldera from the panoramic viewpoint, you’ll soon understand why it has earned such a lofty reputation.
Home to over 120 species of mammal including the fabled Big Five, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is one of the most sought after safari destinations in the world. It’s a particularly good place to see the endangered black rhinoceros enjoying a lonely meal out on the grass plains, as well as a place to see large numbers of hippopotamus enjoying the cool water.
From the comfort of your open-top vehicle, you’ll be able to observe and photograph some of Africa’s most recognizable faces. The crater is home to a large number of predators including lions, leopards, cheetahs, jackals, and hyenas, as well as a large population of wildebeest, zebras, antelope, cape buffalo, and more. It is truly one of Africa’s premier safari destinations.
After the thrills and excitement of the day, you will have a picnic lunch in the park. You’ll return to your lodging in the late afternoon. Overnight at Ngorongoro Rhino lodge
You’ll start your day with an early breakfast before heading out for your adventure at Empakai Crater. Hiking through forested hills that come to some 300 meters above the crater floor, you’ll be rewarded with an absolutely stunning view when you reach the top.
Empakai Crater offers unparalleled views of Ol Doinyo Lengai, a still active volcano. There’s also the opportunity to see Lake Natron, the Great Rift Valley, and even distant Mount Kilimanjaro on a clear day. Then trek down into the crater itself towards the shores of Empakai Lake, where you’ll see animals such as bushbucks, buffaloes, waterbucks, elands, and countless different species of bird.
Taking a picnic within the park offers you the chance to soak in its utter tranquility before you hike back to the car for the trip to your accommodation. Overnight at Ngorongoro Farmhouse
: LAKE EYASI HADZABE CULTURAL
After breakfast today, as you’ll be joining the Hadzabe bushmen for the opportunity to hunt for your own food!. One of the last true bushman tribes in Africa, the Hadzabe live very much as they always have despite the rapid development of Tanzania. With only 2,000 members, the Hadzabe tribe are fascinating people who offer us a window into how life in Tanzania was in the past.
The local hunters will prepare a demonstration of hunting techniques just for us. Far from being a mere performance, this display reveals a great deal about their everyday lives when they must hunt for animals to feed their families. You will see firsthand how the Hadzabe uses distinctive motions and even the body parts of certain animals to lure their prey close enough that they can be brought down with hand-crafted poisons.
After a late breakfast, you’ll have the opportunity for a drive around Lake Eyasi proper. While this shallow soda lake is not home to the same variety of wildlife you’ll find in a national park, you’ll have the chance to spot a variety of bird and mammal life. On occasion, flamingos and hippos even call the lake home. You’ll also have time to meet with the Datoga people. Mostly farmers and cattle breeders, these fascinating people offer another insight into tribal life in Tanzania.