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Inside Africa Travel invites you to this 7-day safari in Tanzania. Explore and witness various animals at Lake Manyara National Park, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Tarangire National Park and enjoy a lot of activities from game drive sessions to picnics. Not to mention all of your meals are covered so that you can focus on your holiday alone. Come and pursue your wanderlust here in Tanzania!
During this safari, you will be accommodated in a tent located at a campsite in each location.
After breakfast in Arusha, you will proceed to Lake Manyara National Park for a full day game drive with picnic lunches. Later, you will proceed to a campsite for dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast, you will proceed to Serengeti National Park for a game drive with picnic lunches. Later, you will have dinner and an overnight stay at a camp.
Today, you will have an early morning game drive at Serengeti National Park. You will go back for breakfast and relax. Later, you will proceed for a full day game drive with picnic lunches. Then, you will have dinner and overnight at a campsite.
Today, you will have an early morning game drive at Serengeti National Park. You will go back for breakfast and then proceed to Ngorongoro Crater for an en-route game drive with picnic lunches. Later, you will proceed to a camping site for dinner and an overnight stay.
After early breakfast, you will proceed for a full day crater tour with picnic lunches at Ngorongoro Crater. Later in the afternoon, you will drive back to the Camp for dinner and an overnight stay.
After breakfast, you will depart from the park and drive to Tarangire. You will arrive there in time for lunch at the camp. In the afternoon, you will explore the park with game drives. Later, you will go back to the camp for dinner and an overnight stay.
After early breakfast, you will depart from the park with picnic lunch and drive back to Arusha. You will arrive there in the afternoon.
Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar are the names that roll off the tongue like a roster call of Africa's most alluring destinations packed into one country. Resonating with hints of the wild and exotic, these four alone are reasoning enough to pack your bag and heading off to Tanzania. But the list is not finished.
Bagamoyo, Tabora, and Ujiji stop on the 19th-century caravan routes into the heart of what was then an unknown continent. Mafia and Pangani once famed ports of call for merchant ships from the Orient. Kilwa is a linchpin of a far-flung Indian Ocean trading network.
Kigoma, Kalema, Kipili, Kasanga are bustling outposts along the remote Lake Tanganyika shoreline. Selous is Africa's largest protected area. Ruaha and Katavi are insider tips for serious safari-goers. Mahale and Gombe are prime destinations for seeing chimpanzees in the wild.
Within the space of several hours, it is possible to go from lazing on beaches to exploring moss-covered ruins of ancient Swahili city-states from climbing mist-covered slopes in the southern highlands to trekking through the barren landscapes around Ol Doinyo Lengai guided by a spear-carrying Maasai warrior. Yet, despite its attractions, Tanzania has managed for the most part to remain unassuming and low-key.
It has also remained enviably untouched by the tribal rivalries and political upheavals that plague many of its neighbors and this combined with a booming tourism industry makes it an ideal choice for both first-time visitors and Africa old hands.