Tanzania Juvenile Safaris

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Arrival (See Getting There for more details)

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  • You'll be collected from the airport.
  • Accommodation before the tour starts can be arranged for an extra cost.

Day 1

Arusha to Tarangire

Arusha to Tarangire

Arusha and depart for Tarangire National Park with a picnic lunch for a full day game drive. Tanzania’s third largest National park is known for its majestic baobab trees that dot the landscape, dwarfing the animals that feed beneath them. The Tarangire River is the centerpiece of this park which is famous for some of the largest herds of elephants in Africa. Here you may see lion, leopard, cheetah, lesser kudu, buffalo, Oryx, eland, giraffe and zebra. Post the game drive, you will head back to your camp/lodge where a delicious dinner awaits you.

Main Destination:
Tarangire National Park
Best Time To Visit July to November (Animals come to the Tarangire River)
High Season June to October (The park is full of visitors)
Best Weather June to October (Little rainfall)

Wildlife in Tarangire NP

ElephantAbundant
GiraffeCommon
LionCommon
BuffaloAbundant
ZebraAbundant
WildebeestAbundant
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HippoCommon
HyenaOccasional
Wild DogVery Rare
Accommodation:
Budget camping
  • Inside Tarangire NP
Meals & Drinks:
  • All meals included
  • Drinking water (Other drinks not included)

Day 2

Tarangire to Lake natron

Tarangire to Lake natron

We depart with packed lunch boxes towards Lake Natron. Located about 3.5 hours drive away from Mto Wa Mbu/Manyara, Lake Natron is a surreal destination and unique natural spectacle. Its waters are highly alkaline and are unusually shallow, averaging just one meter in depth. After checking into your lodge and a short break, put your walking shoes on as a Maasai tribesman takes you on a walk around the shores of Lake Natron on the lookout for birds, especially the lesser flamingos. Lake Natron is the most important and regular breeding site for lesser flamingos in East Africa hosting up to 2 million of them during the breeding season. The majority of egg-laying and hatching takes place from September to January. After the hike, you will head back to your camp.

Main Destination:
Lake Natron
Accommodation:
Budget camping
  • In or near Lake Natron
Meals & Drinks:
  • All meals included
  • Drinking water (Other drinks not included)

Day 3

Serengeti

Serengeti

Your day starts early. Around 6:00 AM, accompanied by a Maasai guide, enjoy some light hiking to the nearby Ngare Sero waterfalls and relax in the cool spray of water cascading down the rocks of this scenic ravine. Make sure to bring your shoes! We return to accommodation by 8:30 AM and finishing up a good breakfast, will head out towards the Serengeti National Park. This road trip takes through variety of sites: towns and villages, savannah and forest, and you’ll be able to spot animals like antelope, wildebeest and zebra. We enter Serengeti in the afternoon. The Serengeti is arguably the most impressive wildlife sanctuary in the world. You will have an afternoon game drive in the endless plains of the Serengeti for a chance to see the great herds of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles or a pride of lions lounging in the shade. A picnic lunch will be done during the day long game drive itself. The eventful day comes to an end with dinner and a good night’s rest in your accommodation.

Main Destination:
Serengeti National Park
Best Time To Visit January to February and June to October (Different areas are best at different times)
High Season July to March (The Seronera area is crowded)
Best Weather June to October (Little to no rainfall)

Wildlife in Serengeti NP

ElephantCommon
LionCommon
CheetahCommon
BuffaloAbundant
ZebraAbundant
WildebeestAbundant
Show more
GiraffeCommon
HippoCommon
HyenaCommon
LeopardOccasional
Black RhinoVery Rare
Wild DogVery Rare
Accommodation:
Budget camping
  • Inside Serengeti NP
Meals & Drinks:
  • All meals included
  • Drinking water (Other drinks not included)

Day 4

Serengeti

Serengeti

You can either have a relaxed breakfast and depart for full day game drives around 9:00 AM with packed lunch and return back to lodge late afternoon around 6:00 PM. Or you can depart at 6:00 AM on an early morning game drive. Later return to accommodation for breakfast and relax for a bit and depart on an afternoon game drive with packed lunch. You will explore the central portion of the Serengeti National Park today. The legendary Serengeti National Park is the most renowned safari destination for its incredible population of lions and leopards. The central portion of the Serengeti - known as Seronera area is one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park. It features the Seronera River, which provides a valuable water source to this area and therefore attracts wildlife well representative of most of the Serengeti’s species. During the off season of the migration, one must really look out for the many lion pride that thrive in this region.

Main Destination:
Serengeti National Park
Accommodation:
Budget camping
  • Inside Serengeti NP
Meals & Drinks:
  • All meals included
  • Drinking water (Other drinks not included)

Day 5

Serengeti to Ngorongoro

Serengeti to Ngorongoro

You will wake 5.45 for early breakfast and see the Sun rise inside Serengeti, after you finish your
breakfast you will do early morning game drive up to 11.30am then you head back to campsite
for the hot lunch and pack your stuff in the jeep. Serengeti National Park has the highest
concentration of large mammals in the world, so you’re bound to spot giraffes, elephants, hippos and, of
course, lions. You’ll also come across more than 500 species of birds, including ostriches and
flamingosso our driver will do his best to cover main parts inside central Serengeti.
This time after finishing your hot lunch you will proceed with game drive in Serengeti while
heading to Ngorongoro crater in Simba campsite for dinner and overnight.

Main Destination:
Ngorongoro Crater
Best Time To Visit June to October (Wildlife viewing is best)
High Season Most of the year – July to March (Expect crowds)
Best Weather June to October (Rainfall is little to none)

Wildlife in Ngorongoro Crater

LionCommon
BuffaloAbundant
ZebraAbundant
WildebeestAbundant
HyenaAbundant
Show more
ElephantCommon
HippoCommon
LeopardOccasional
Accommodation:
Budget camping
  • Inside Ngorongoro Crater
Meals & Drinks:
  • All meals included
  • Drinking water (Other drinks not included)

Day 6

Ngorongor crater

Ngorongor crater

After breakfast you will descend to Ngorongoro
crater floor where you will able to see all big five, also you will see different types of birds,
black rhino available inside crater. In this day you will have your lunch inside the crater while
watching nature and high concentrations of flamingos. Animals available there are over 6,000
wildebeest at the crater, 4,000 Black spotted Hyenas, 2,000 zebras, 2,000 Elands, 3,000 Gazelles, 200
Elephants, over 30 Lions, 30 black Rhinos and many small animals like Kobs, Antelopes, Jackals, Hippos
and different species of birds. This highly visited African attraction is the world’s largest inactive,
unbroken and unfilled volcanic caldera and this explosion created a caldera approximately two and a
half million years ago. Late drive to lake natron for overnight.

Main Destination:
Ngorongoro Crater
Accommodation:
Budget camping
Meals & Drinks:
  • All meals included
  • Drinking water (Other drinks not included)

Day 7

Lake Eyasi to Arusha

Lake Eyasi to Arusha

After breakfast, we traverse the rough road to lake eyasi, another soda lake in the rift valley. We arrive
in afternoon for a cultural interaction with the Tatoga tribe (a very interesting tribe). Our Tatoga guide at
the village will lead the tour. We explore the dry and rugged landscape area on foot, which is still
inhabited by a small group of bushmen: the Hadzabe or Watindiga. These tribes still live in bands,
hunting with bows and arrows; gathering roots, tubers and wild fruits, just as humans did to survive
10,000 years ago. Another interesting tribe in this area is the Datoga (also called the Barabaig or
Mang’ati). Initially, they were exercising a lot of rivalry over grazing land with the Maasai tribe.

Main Destination:
Lake Eyasi
Accommodation:
No accommodation (End of tour)
Meals & Drinks:
  • Breakfast & lunch (Dinner not included)
  • Drinking water (Other drinks not included)

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  • Additional accommodation can be arranged for an extra cost.
  • You'll be dropped off at the airport.

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