• Arusha – Tarangire

    Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport and transfer to Mt. Meru
    Hotel for an overnight stay.

    After breakfast, depart and drive (2 hours) to Tarangire National
    Park, enroute game viewing drive, to arrive in time for lunch at
    Tarangire Sopa Lodge. Enjoy evening game viewing drive. Dinner and
    overnight at Tarangire Sopa Lodge

  • Tarangire – Ngorongoro

  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area

    Early breakfast at the Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge. Descend to the
    floor of the crater for an opportunity to view the delicate balance of
    predator and prey in the endless quest for survival. Often described
    as the ‘Eighth’ wonder of the World, the Ngorongoro crater is so
    spectacular that it touches all the senses. A volcanic crater of over
    259 square kilometres with surrounding walls rising 609 metres above
    it, the crater is a natural sanctuary for over 25,000 animals,
    including the black rhino. It is also a conservation area inhabited by
    the Masai tribe. Picnic lunch will be served in one of the designated
    picnic sites on the crater floor. As the sun sets on the western side
    of the crater rim, ascend and drive to the Lodge to arrive in time to
    refresh for dinner. Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Safari
    Lodge

  • Ngorongoro – Serengeti

    After breakfast in the lodge, depart and drive (3.5 hours) to
    Serengeti National Park with a brief stop at the Olduvai Gorge.
    Olduvai Gorge the, ‘Crater of Mankind’ is world famous for the
    archaeological discoveries made there by Dr Louis Leakey and Mary
    Leakey. The site is located about 10 to 15 minutes off the main road
    between Serengeti and Ngorongoro. Olduvai Gorge arose to interest in
    the archaeological world as early as 1911, when German Professor
    Katurinkle whist looking for butterflies in the gorge, found some
    fossil bones. Dr Leaky discovered there the skull of
    Australopithecus-Zinjanthropus boisei – the nutcracker man who lived
    in the lower Pleistocene Age around 1,750,000 BC. Enjoy an afternoon
    game viewing drive before returning to the lodge in the early evening.
    Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge

  • Serengeti

    Breakfast in the lodge, depart for full day game viewing drive in the
    Park. The Serengeti covers 14,763 sq. km of endlessly rolling savannah
    plains, and is Tanzania’s first-established, largest and most famous
    park. Here, twice a year, propelled by the rains, 1.3 million
    wildebeest, 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle gather to
    undertake an 800 km trek to new grazing lands. The precise timing of
    the migration varies but generally the herbivores congregate and move
    out at the end of May, sometimes over a period of weeks, sometimes
    over a period of as little as three or four days. Heading west on a
    roughly triangular 800- km circuit they head to the Masai Mara
    National Reserve of Kenya. When the grazing there is exhausted the
    tide of herbivores turns and reverses its progress returning to the
    short grass plains of Tanzania Dinner and overnight at Serengeti
    Serena Safari or Sopa Lodge

  • Lake Manyara

    Breakfast at the lodge before leaving for Lake Manyara National
    referred to by Ernest Hemingway called Lake Manyara National Park the
    most beautiful place in all of Africa. Visitors searching for bigger
    beasts will encounter wild buffalo, zebra and other African mammals
    wandering the grounds of this concentrated safari wonderland. Its
    compact size and close proximity to the Rift Valley escarpment mean
    Lake Manyara National Park offers plenty of wildlife for time-crunched
    travelers. Check in to Lake Manyara Serena or Sopa  Lodge on arrival
    followed by an afternoon game drive till dusk. Dinner and overnight at
    the lodge.

  • Arusha

    An early morning, then breakfast at the lodge before departing for
    Arusha for flight connection home.