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A lioness in the wild

Tanzania Safari Package

This program is aimed to suite the people who wish to enjoy wilderness exploration it is a great opportunity to explore and experience Tanzania wilderness for a safari. It features the Ngorongoro Crater one of the 7wonders of the world also known as Africa's Eden and the Great Serengeti National Park famous for it serenity and abundant of big largest concentration of wildlife in the world including the annual wild beast drama tempting to cross Mara River.

Day 1: Arrival – Maasai Village

Upon arrival tour starts with lunch in Arusha town at 1230hrs. 1330hrs, drive to Ilkurot Maasai village. Enjoy activities that the Maasai people do in their daily such as men herding cattle and women fetching water, firewood and cooking etc. In the evening we come back to the village and have dinner by the camp fire while listening to an old Maasai telling us how they as Maasai love their mode of life
Dinner and overnight at a Maasai Village

Day 2: Maasai Village-Lake Manyara 

gazellesAfter breakfast we depart to Lake Manyara National Park with picnic lunches. Lake Manyara National Park possesses an unexpectedly striking setting and peaceful surrounding. Dramatically bordered by the sheer wall of the Rift Valley on one side and the shores of the lake on the other, this thin stretch of land hordes diverse habitats which in turn host a remarkable variety of wildlife. 
When waters are high, the alkaline lake covers about two-thirds of the 330 sq km national park and shimmers pink with its mantle of flamingos, pelicans and stork. These are just a few of the more than 400 recorded species in the park, making it a bird-watchers paradise. Enjoy game drive in the park for the chance to see herds of zebras and gazelles or the tree climbing lions. 
Dinner and overnight Crater Rim View Inn

Day 3: Serengeti

the trip to see lions in serengetiAfter an early breakfast we leave for Serengeti National Park. The mere mention of the word ‘Serengeti’ conjures up images of amazing African wildlife wandering endless, treeless plains. Kopjes, which appear like islands in the sea of grass, wooded hills and Acacia lined rivers, complete the picture. Here you can see untamed Africa at its most beautiful long before it was a national park the area was known to the Maasai as 'Siringet', meaning extended place. The park covers an area of 14,763 sq km and lies between the shores of Lake Victoria in the west, Lake Eyasi in the south, the Great Rift Valley in the east and the Maasai Mara to the north. Day of game viewing in the Serengeti National Park.
Dinner and overnight Serengeti Hostels

Day 4: Serengeti-Ngorongoro-Lake Eyasi

After an early breakfast we have a game drive en-route to Ngorongoro Conservation Area via Olduvai Gorge, the site of Louis and Mary Leakey’s renowned archaeological discoveries. Their findings include some of the man’s earliest known ancestral remains. Picnic lunches will be served at the Gorge. Proceed to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. We descend to the crate floor Ngorongoro was a huge active volcano, probably larger than Kilimanjaro when the volcano erupted some 8 million years ago. Its cone collapsed leaving a crater or more appropriately a “caldera” 600m deep, 16km across and 265 sq km in area. Many of Tanzania’s last remaining black rhino can be seen grazing on the open grassland of the crater floor surrounded by some of the 20,000 large animals that occupy the crater, including lion, cheetah, eland, zebra and gazelle. Flamingo, among other bird species can often be seen feeding at Makat Soda Lake. Early morning and late afternoon are perfect times to see leopard lurking around Lerai Forest, while elephant take advantage of its ample shade in the middle of the day.
From Ngorongoro we proceed to Lake Eyasi 
Dinner and overnight at Lake Eyasi Bush Camp

Day 5: Lake Eyasi

Today you will have different activities such as hunting with the Bush men and learn how to hunt using bow and arrows. After this we go for lunch then we proceed to Tarangire National Park. Park is best known for its massive herds of elephant. During the dry season herds of up to three hundred elephant of all ages and sizes converge on Tarangire's permanent water source and can be seen digging in the once full riverbed in search of underground springs.
Dinner and overnight at Tarangire Guest House

Day 6: Tarangire National Park-Arusha

Early morning game drive then come back for lunch, after lunch we embark on a journey back to Arusha.
Dinner and overnight at Songa Mbele Guest House

Day 7 
On your last day; before you proceed on your journey back to Uganda, this you will be transferred to the bus station/ airport for your journey back home

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Price per person sharing = USD $400 (East Africans)

Price per person sharing = USD $500 (Foreigners) NB: The park entrance fees for foreigners is different for East African residents

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