CLASSIC SAFARI

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THE CLASSIC SAFARI 7 NIGHTS 8 DAYS WITH MIGRATION:

FROM $3517 PER PERSON SHARING

DAY 1

Arrive in Arusha, Tanzania

Your guide will meet you at Kilimanjaro International Airport and escort you to tonight’s accommodations in Arusha. As local Tanzanians, our guides know the country with unrivaled familiarity, so you’ll be in good hands from the moment you land to the moment you leave.

DAY 2

TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK

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Head off for Tarangire National Park, where ancient baobab trees tower over some of the largest herds of elephants in all of Africa. Keep a lookout for the hundreds of bird species Tarangire is at the park known for—and dramatic interactions between predator and prey’s watering holes.

DAY 3&4

Ndutu area

Forming the north-western area of the spectacular Ngorongoro Conservation Area bordering Serengeti, the Ndutu area is most famous for its part in the Great Migration. The herds come down to the fertile grasslands to graze and calve from November to May (rain-dependent). There is plenty of resident game, too, including all six species of cat, all year round!

DAY 5& 6

SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

Head for the iconic Serengeti, where acacia trees and granite kopjes dot the seas of waving grass. The Serengeti offers everyday opportunities to spot Tanzania’s most impressive wildlife—including big cats—and witness dramatic moments in the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras.

DAY 7

Ngorongoro Crater

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Just 10 miles wide, Ngorongoro Crater was formed from a collapsed volcano. It’s now a self-sustaining ecosystem with the densest predator population in all of Africa. Camping on the Crater’s rim offers you early morning access to its wildlife-filled floor before any other safari-goers.

DAY 8

Early morning game drive in the crator before heading to Arusha for the fare well dinner, and then your flight back home the next day.

CRATER VIEW FROM LODGE
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The Ngorongoro crater located arround 160km from Arusha and it’s within Ngorongoro conservations areas,which consists of northern highland forest and plains.With a diameter of about 19.5km,  610meters deep and an area of approximate 295 square km,the ngorongoro crater is the world heritage site under UNESCO.The ngorongoro conservation area is an multiple land use whereby the wildlife and maasai people co exist for century without major conflicts.It’s not an usual to see a maasai grazing his cattle and 20 meters away the big male lion watching him!!!! The lake magadi which is found at the middle of the crater support the life of lot of water birds like flamingos,pink and lesser flamingos,Egyptian gees,ibis,stocks and more.The northern highland forest act as a water catchment and release the water to feeds the streams and the  river which flow all year around and support about 20000 different animals species which leave in the crater.Apart from Serengeti national park here in a good day you can see the big 5 in just one day.Wildebeests,zebras,gazelles,buffaloes, water buck,hartebeasts lions,elephants,rhinoes are among of the few animals which are found in the crater.You can visit ngorongoro crater as a day tour from Arusha which is only 4 hours and is accessible throughout the year not with bicycle but with 4wheel drive.

AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE NGORONGORO CRATER

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Our guests after the sundowner in northern Serengeti

Survivor of the fittest,the law of the jungle.The male lion brought down the big male water buck!

The female lion was attacked by porcupine in Serengeti National Park,as a guides was our responsibility to help her by calling the park vets to find out how much damage was done,luckly after she was tranquilized and treated was able to join her pride member after 30 minutes,thanks to the animal doctors otherwise she would end up killed by hyenas.12509861_1093986310645907_6534914407862851368_n

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