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- Safari in Lake Manyara National Park
- Safari in Serengeti National Park
- Meet with the local Masaai people in the Ngorongoro also densely populated with wildlife
- See lion tree climbing at Lake Manyara
This 7 days safari will start out from Arusha and display some of Tanzania’s best safaris that will take place in a 4×4 wheeled vehicle with pop-up roof. The vehicle is driven safely by a driver and guide who will take you around. Below we are summarising the happenings on this safari, but we also kindly refer you to the day-by-day itinerary available under the ‘Itinerary’ tab.
On the first day of this safari you and your fellow travellers will visit Lake Manyara at the first day where you will see tree-climbing lions regularly climbing into the acacia canopy, probably to run away the concentration of biting insects.
Lake Manyara is also home to large herds of buffalo, wildebeests, zebras, giraffes, elephants and hippo pools.
The Lake Manyara National Park also attracts water birds such as herons, storks, kingfishers and the iconic fish eagle. The National park is home to Tanzania’s birdlife, with 400-plus species recorded, counting 50 birds of prey, raucous forest hornbills, pink-hued flamingos and flotillas of pelicans. In Tarangire you will see the variety of species and sunset which is the best national park in the world for relaxing and enjoying early in the morning and evening sunset
The following day our professional driver guide takes you through Serengeti National Park which will give you the chance to experience the BIG five (5) and other animal like elephants, giraffes, dik diks, zebras, gazelles, impalas, hartebeests, topis, buffalos, and waterbucks. Furthermore, we guest mate that you will see about 500 bird species, including ostrich, secretary bird, Kori bustard, crowned crane, marabou stork, martial eagle, lovebirds, and many species of vultures.
We look forward to providing you with a fantastic safari experience in some of Tanzania and Africa’s best national wildlife parks.