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You are invited to come and join an incredible adventure in Northern Tanzania. Take advantage of what the African land has to offer and enjoy an unforgettable tour around Lake Manyara National Park, Central Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Ngorongoro Crater, Mto Wa Mbu village, and Tarangire National Park. You will experience a wildlife safari like no other and you will fell in love with all the beautiful surroundings. Do not miss this holiday!
During your safari holiday, you will be accommodated in various locations in Tanzania.
Kati Kati is a mobile camp, strategically situated in central Serengeti and it is ideal for exploring the extensive Serengeti National Park plains. The camp offers comfortable accommodation and also gives you the unique opportunity to enjoy a real safari experience. In its comfortable tents, you will feel completely immersed in the surroundings and you will enjoy the rich animal life and vegetation of the area.
Migunga Tented Camp is nestled in a quiet corner on the northwest of Lake Manyara National Park. The camp is ideally situated in the shade of an acacia forest, only five minutes from the entrance of Lake Manyara National Park. This is the ideal base camp to discover the beautiful surroundings of Lake Manyara or to pay a cultural visit to the colorful village of Mto Wa Mbu.
The mid-range lodge is located on the crater rim of Ngorongoro. There are 24 guest rooms, all with a verandah overlooking a stretch of high montane forest. Each room has its own shower, toilet, and hand basin. To keep away the cold, each room has a wood-burning stove and hot water bottles that can be filled if you would like.
The camp is located on top of a hill, in the Northern Safari Circuit of Tanzania, a real and authentic African rural area. The lodge is built in a traditional African style, with indigenous hardwood and it is in complete harmony with its surroundings. Its spacious setup and its finishing touches, such as cozy sofas around the fireplace and warm decorative details, provide a perfectly balanced luxury. The tented lodge offers intimate charm and personal service with only 15 en-suite tented safari houses.
The camp lies nestled on the banks of Tarangire River and is at a mere five kilometers away from the main entrance to Tarangire National Park. Each one of their 21 luxury en-suite tents has a unique theme, with beautifully handcrafted furniture and uniquely built animal shaped baths as well as showers. Every tent has coffee facilities for self-preparation and a private balcony that affords you a relaxed view of Tarangire’s wilderness.
You will begin the morning with a drive from Arusha to Lake Manyara National Park, located in the Great Rift Valley, Tanzania. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a game drive, where you might have the possibility to catch a glimpse of Manyara's famous tree-climbing lions. During the day, you will enjoy a picnic lunch and dinner and spend the night at Rhotia Valley Tented Camp.
After breakfast, you will proceed towards Serengeti National Park. The variety of wildlife in the Serengeti National Park is endless and on your game drives you should be able to see the Big Five, meaning the lion, the leopard, the buffalo, the elephant, and the rhino, as well as huge herds of zebras and wildebeests. You will spend two nights at the Kati Kati Tented Camps and you will enjoy daily delicious meals.
After an early breakfast, you will collect your picnic lunch boxes and prepare for another game drive through the central Serengeti National Park, up until mid-day. After lunch, you will say goodbye to Serengeti National Park and move towards the southern part border of Ngorongoro and the famous Serengeti plains, to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Here, you will enjoy dinner and prepare to spend the night on top of the crater rim at Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge.
After an early breakfast, you will descend 2000 feet into the crater with a four-wheel vehicle and enjoy a full day safari. You should be able to see wildebeests, elephants, lions, dik-dik, and warthogs, whilst on the lakeside, there should be pelicans, ibis, and flamingos. Late in the afternoon, you will ascend the crater wall and you will get back to Lake Manyara for dinner. You will spend the night at Migunga Tented Camp.
You will walk or cycle to the foothill of the Great Rift Valley to the famous village Mto Wa Mbu, located in the Lake Manyara area. Leave the car behind and walk or cycle in order to stretch your legs after so many days spent in a car. You will get to interact with locals and learn about their daily life activities including local farming, cattle keeping, and local businesses. You will have a late drive to Tarangire National Park for dinner and you will spend the night at Roika Tented Camp.
After an early breakfast, you will embark on a game drive to Tarangire National Park, an area well known for its huge herds of elephants and buffalos, as well as lions, cheetahs, and leopards. You will be astounded by your driver's knowledge and wildlife experience to spot animals and birds. After an afternoon game drive, you will head to Arusha.
During your safari tour, you will have a chance to interact with the locals from Mto Wa Mbu village. You will learn about their daily life activities including local farming, cattle keeping, and local businesses.
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.
Lake Manyara National Park is a superb example of what the Rift Valley has to offer. The park sits at the bottom of the 600 meters high escarpment, that is part of a tectonic crack that marks the entirety of East Africa, from Ethiopia to Malawi. With the soda lake itself running along its eastern edge, the park is a thin concentration of game and is the home to some of Africa’s most famous lions, that have learned how to climb trees for a little rest and relaxation.
Along with the good elephant and some of Africa’s smaller breeds of antelopes, such as the klipspringer and some of the best raptor populations on the eastern side of the continent, this is truly a worthwhile destination. In the very north, the park features some large and hard softwood forests, with towering figs and mahoganies, giving cool shade and cover for the game.
As you move down into the park, you will come across the lake itself and the marshland area that is a favorite of the cape buffalo and the wandering elephant. From here, the park becomes more desolate, with hardy olive trees and boulders that have rolled off from the escarpment above.
The Masai word Serengeti means endless plains, which is a perfect description of this magnificent area of over 6000 square miles. Arguably the most famous destination for safaris in Africa, the vast, open plains of the Serengeti epitomize, are for many, what Africa is all about. In the Serengeti National Park, the grasslands are roamed by millions of wildebeests, zebras, and others, while being stalked by some of the continent’s fiercest predators, the mighty lion, the leopard, and the cheetah.
This stunning eco-system, part of the Serengeti grassland plains, has long been held as a must see destination, in part for the diversity and number of animals, but also for the uniqueness of this environment which, while often thought of as the norm in Africa, is actually quite rare.
Loosely speaking, the southern plains of the Serengeti, around the Ndutu Plains, and the northern plains of the Lamai Wedge and into the Masai Mara, Kenya, are the two main feeding grounds for the wildebeest herds and they oscillate between the two on a yearly basis. In between these two open plains, there is a series of small ravines, rivers, and bushes, or scrublands.
This area of the Serengeti National Park is a predators’ delight with plenty of places to lay in and 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 retains a real air of undiscovered Africa, particularly in the south of the park. It lies at a little distance from the south east of Lake Manyara and covers an area of approximately 2600 square kilometers. It is named after the Tarangire River that flows through the park.
Animals can be seen in the greatest concentrations during the dry season that runs from June to November. The normal plains and savannah animals are found here in great numbers, along with many resident species. A wildlife census during the wet season in 1980 indicated animal numbers at the following levels 32000 zebras, 30000 impalas, 25000 wildebeests, 6000 buffaloes, and 3000 elephants.
The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest intact caldera (collapsed volcano). Over 30000 animals live within this enormous natural bowl, which is the most densely packed concentration of wildlife in Africa. Wildlife here offers some of the best game viewings in all the National Parks of Tanzania. It has a rich variety of birds and animals that make the area their home. Its varied habitats support between 30000 and 40000 animals a year.
In the crater, the Mandi and grog or swamps are areas of marshland, the legal forest is dominated by yellow barked acacia trees, and in the center, there is Lake Magadi, a soda lake, often visited by flocks of flamingos. The rainy season lasts from November through May, with the dry season running from June through October. June and July are the coldest months of the year. The rim of the crater is often shrouded in dense cloud.
During this safari vacation, you will enjoy daily delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You will also be provided with one bottle of water every day.
You can opt for a visit to the Olduvai Gorge, where professor Louis Leakey discovered some of the earliest evidence of human existence in the 1950s.
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