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As one of the most popular countries in Africa, and the world, Tanzania has it all! Many travel to Tanzania to explore safari tours as their first trip to Africa and were not disappointed. What a Tanzania safari does very well, as a rare occurrence in Africa, is that it really does have outstanding options as well as world-class and unique game parks ready to entice your adventurous soul.
During this safari, you will stay at various accommodations throughout your Tanzania safari.
After your fun game drive in Tarangire National Park, your accommodation will be available at the Panorama Campsite for the first night. There, you will dine and get a good night's sleep. Panorama Safari Camp is ideal place for those who like to crawl the national parks of Tanzania. In addition, the camp lays right above Lake Manyara and Park which is famous from the tree-climbing lions.
In Panorama Safari Camp, you can have a rest in permanent tents that is also equipped with convenient beds. They also provide space in case you arrive with your own tent or camper van. The terrace offers breathtaking views of Lake Manyara and Mto wa Mbu village. From the height of 1,240 meters, you can observe special birds, monkeys, butterflies, bugs and if you are lucky, a walking chameleon across the garden.
The restaurant offers authentic African food made of high quality of meat and fresh vegetables. Tanzania is wonderful place for couples and families too. Panorama Safari Camp promises an unforgettable memory.
Near Serengeti National Park, the second and third nights will be spent at the Seronera Campsite. It is actually a set of campsites located in the Seronera area of the Serengeti. They offer a great opportunity to stay in one of the most interesting areas of the Serengeti at a low cost. The campsites are very good with modern toilets and shower facilities, a covered area for breakfast and dinner, and rangers patrolling the park 24 hours a day.
You will be able to relax and renew your tired limbs to get ready for your next trip. For the fourth night, your awesome camp accommodation will be available at the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, the Simba Campsite. You can then wrap up your journey for next day's departure. Simba Campsite is consists of several other campsites, which are categorized according to the use of the camp.
Simba Campsite A, which is a public campsite, is on the crater rim and is situated on the south western rim of the Ngorongoro Crater Rim about two kilometers from the crater village. It has well maintained toilets, regularly attended, hot water showers heated by wood fires, and firewood for sale. Views points of the crater are only a short walk away and are absolutely stunning.
You will leave from Arusha in the morning and drive to Tarangire National Park which takes about a two-hour ride. You will enter the park for a game viewing, bringing with you your picnic lunch boxes. The park is famous for its giant baobab trees, large herds of elephants, plains game, and predators.
Tarangire also boasts a large variety of spectacular bird life including endemic species. You will leave the park in the late afternoon to arrive at the Panorama Safari Campsite for dinner and an overnight stay.
In the morning, you will depart for the Serengeti passing through the vast plain for an afternoon and sunset game drive to the heart of Serengeti. You will then spend dinner and your overnight stay at the Seronera Campsite.
You will enjoy full day game drives in Serengeti Park, home to the greatest concentration of large mammals on earth. Non-migratory species include large prides of lions, solitary leopards, cheetah, and graceful impalas. The landscape is characterized by vast stretches of open plains, punctuated by kopjes, rock formations that have survived from the pre-Cambrian period, and open woodlands. Your evening meal will be spent at Seronera Campsite where you will also spend the night.
After an early breakfast, collect your picnic lunch boxes for another game drive towards the central Serengeti until the mid-day. After lunch, you will leave Serengeti Park to go to the southern part border of Ngorongoro to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. You will arrive there in the late afternoon. Your dinner and overnight stay will be on top of the crater rim at Simba Campsite.
After an early morning breakfast, you will descend into the crater floor which is about 2,000 feet and drive through the Lerai Forest with its yellow-barked acacias. You will go searching for giant-tusked elephants, rare black rhino, and black-manned lions. You will then ascend the crater after lunch and drive back to Arusha town.
Benson Laizer first worked as a teacher, before going on to study to become a guide. Apart from guiding courses, Benson also attended a number of seminars and workshops in hospitality and tourism management. He was born to be a guide, having grown up just a mile away from the famous Ngorongoro Highlands. His interpretive knowledge of wildlife stems from having grown up close to so many wild animals. He is currently the head safari guide at Simba Adventures Ltd.
Thadei’s career inspiration was to become a major player in the wildlife field and tourism management. He has a gold certificate in Field and Tour guiding from Mweka Wildlife College. He studied a number of different things such as wildlife and tourism, natural history, animal behavior, culture and history, communications, and first aid. Thadei has been working in the field since 2006 and joined Simba Adventures Ltd in 2011, where he is working as a full-time guide.
Abel was born and raised at the slope of Mount Kilimanjaro. He is a Gold-rated safari guide and has largely acquired all his guiding and training skills on the job. He holds a diploma in Tourism from the University of Tanzania. He has a sensitive eye and photographers often request for him.
David is a great safari guide with a special ability to spot wildlife and different bird species. He enjoys conducting nature walks, loves being with people, and has a vast knowledge of the flora and fauna of his surroundings. David’s work experience includes being a teacher at some of the tourism colleges and a guide in the Selous Game Reserve prior to coming to Simba Adventures Ltd.
Jonas really loves Tanzania and calls it a “magical place to be!” He is passionate about what he does, and his love for the outdoors is reflected in his actions, especially when he takes guests on game drives for various sightings. His incredible knowledge of the flora, fauna, and diverse facts on various subjects make him a unique “teacher” in the wildlife community and conservation area based at Simba Adventures Ltd.
This camping safari will take place in Tanzania. There are various destinations that await your adventure trip.
It is the largest unbroken volcanic caldera in the world, with the crater itself covering an area of 259 square kilometers and having walls over 600 meters high. People normally camp on the rim of the crater, the Simba Campsite, and from there, it is about a one-hour drive around the rim to the point where you reach the descent road. From there, you will see spectacular views across and down into the crater.
It can be very cold at 2,300 meters. The road follows a winding and very steep route known as the Seneto Descent. The Ngorongoro Crater offers some of the best game viewing in all the national parks in Tanzania. It has a rich variety of resident birds and animals that make the area their home. Its varied habitats support between 30,000 to 40,000 animals most of the year.
In the crater, you will see that the mandusi and gorogor swamps are areas of marshland. The lerai forest is dominated by yellow-barked acacia trees and in the center is Lake Magadi, a soda lake, which often visited by flocks of flamingos. The rainy season lasts from November to May, with the dry season running from June to October. June and July are the coldest months of the year. The rim of the crater is often shrouded in dense cloud.
Serengeti National Park is the most famous destination for safari in Africa. The vast, open plains of the Serengeti epitomize, for many, what Africa is all about. In the Serengeti National Park, the grasslands are roamed by millions of wildebeest, zebra, and others, while being stalked by some of the continent’s fiercest predators, the mighty lion, the leopard, and the cheetah, to name a few.
To experience a Serengeti safari and witness the daily fight for survival is like nothing else in the world. Where life seems so precious and yet so cheap, welcome to the Serengeti! This stunning eco-system, part of the Mara or Serengeti grassland plains, has long been held by Africa-lovers as a must see destination on safari, partly because of the diversity and number of animals but also because of the uniqueness of this environment.
While often thought of as the norm in Africa, the atmosphere offered by the park is actually quite rare. Loosely speaking, the southern plains of the Serengeti, around the Ndutu Plains, the northern plains of the Lamai Wedge, and into the Masai Mara, Kenya, are the two main feeding grounds for the wildebeest herds.
They oscillate between the two on a yearly basis. In between these two open plains is a series of small ravines, rivers, and bush or scrub land. This area of the Serengeti national park is a predators’ delight with plenty of places to lay in wait for the unsuspecting calves as they begin their own safari, moving north and south.
Tarangire National Park is probably the least visited of the northern Tanzanian game parks, and because of that, it retains a real air of undiscovered Africa, particularly in the south of the park. It lies a little distance to the south east of Lake Manyara and covers an area of approximately 2,600 square kilometers. It is named after the Tarangire River that flows through the park.
Much of the park is grassland together with swamp lands and flood plains which feed the Tarangire River. Large baobab trees, particularly in the northern section of the park, stand dotted across the landscape dominating the scenery. Many of the trees are hundreds of years old. Elsewhere there is acacia woodland, open bushes, and groves of palm trees.
Animals can be seen in the greatest concentrations during the dry season that runs from June to November. The normal plains and savanna animals are found in Tarangire National Park, in great numbers, along with many resident species. A wildlife census during the wet season in 1980 indicated animal numbers in the Tarangire eco-system at the following levels, 32,000 zebras, 30,000 impalas, 25,000 wildebeests, 6,000 buffaloes, and 3,000 elephants.
During this retreat, all meals and drinking water will be provided by Simba Adventures. Most of the food will be packed, given that you will be traveling and transferring a lot to various destinations. However, dinners will be spent at the campsite, giving you time to enjoy your meal with other campers and prep you to call it a day.
Kilimanjaro International Airport
Transfer not provided
You can enter Tanzania via Nairobi, Kenya, by crossing the Namanga border.
Please book your flight to arrive at Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) or Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO).
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