5 Days Tanzania Wildlife Adventures
- Duration: 5 Day
- Destinations: Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti & Tarangire
- Price: $3200 per person (based on 2 people or more)
- Accommodation Type: Mid-Range Lodges and Tented Camps
Day 1: Ngorongoro Crater
After an early breakfast, depart with picnic lunch and drive to Ngorongoro crater for a game drive. When descending down the Ngorongoro crater you will be welcomed by huge concentration of herbivores, predators and carnivores that includes pride of lions, clans of hyenas, packs of jackals, crashes of hippos, dazzles of zebras, herds wildebeests, bulls of elephants often with incredibly long tusks because of the highly nutritious grass rich in minerals, and many more animals. It is also the best place to spot the rare black rhino.
In the afternoon you ascend from crater to crater rim picnic site, here you will have a break while enjoying your lunch. After lunch you will drive to Nabi gate and sign in to Serengeti side. Continue with game on route while heading to Seronera, the central part of Serengeti. On the way you will gradually discover why Serengeti has been named the Africa number one most attractive destination due to amazing concentration of wild animals you spot on the way. In the late evening you drive to Serengeti Heritage Luxury Tented Camp for Hot shower, dinner and Ovenight.
On a clear night you will have the opportunity to learn about the African night sky as you wait for your dinner. Hyenas and lions are often heard roaring as you seat from the fireplace that gives you unique experience of African nights in the wild.
Day 2: Serengeti National Park
Wake up early in the morning for a cup of coffee/tea and snacks then collect your picnic breakfast and depart for a game drive. Animals are normally seen right from the camp and in the early morning, you still have chances to see them active. Serengeti has the largest concentration of big mammals in the world and it is here you will see most of your exciting wildlife.
The sightings in the central Serengeti will include pride of lions, cheetahs, leopards, elephants, giraffes, hippos, impalas, dik-dik, monkeys, baboons, gazelles, warthogs, and many more. In the afternoon you will drive back to the camp for hot lunch and a short siesta, and then depart for another game drive in the afternoon. Later in the evening you will drive to Heritage Camps and Lodges for Dinner and overnight in full board basis.
Day 3: Serengeti National Park
Wake up in the morning, take hot shower and get breakfast. After breakfast you will be packed with lunch box ready to start your long day game drive. Your professional driver guide will take you to the most exiting destinations of Serengeti plains, while exploring the ocean of wild animals. Later in the afternoon you will drive to picnic site to enjoy your lunch. After lunch continue with afternoon game drive to explore the far corners of central Serengeti. With solid game drive you will still discover that Serengeti is the Infinity Destination, leaving you with thirstier of exploring its beautiful wildlife. Later in the evening drive back to Serengeti Heritage Luxury camp for hot shower, dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Serengeti National Park
This day you wake up early morning and take a breakfast. After breakfast you pack your stuffs and also being packed with lunch box. Your driver guide will take you for morning game drive in Serengeti while heading to Nabi Hill gate to sign out of Serengeti. In the late afternoon you will break for lunch at Nabi Hill gate. After lunch you continue with on route game drive heading to Eileen’s trees in at Karatu for dinner. After dinner, you may wish to go out with your guide for a drink in a local pub or restaurant to have fun with the local people and experience their life. Accommodation will be at Eileen’s trees inn.
Day 5: Tarangire National Park/Departure
After early breakfast, pack your stuffs and leave the lodge with lunch box and drive to Tarangire national park for a full day game drive. This park has the largest concentration of elephants, often seen bathing in the Tarangire river, lots of giraffes, monkeys, impalas, and many birds. It is also one of the best places to see leopards, and lions. In the late afternoon, you drive back to Arusha for your departure / continue with your own arrangement.
- Accommodations at the Hotel / Lodges / Luxury Camps according to the itinerary
- Ground Transportation in a 4×4 Customized safari vehicle
- Professional, & Experienced Driver guide
- All meals according to the itinerary
- Mineral water
- All mentioned activities
- Local flights on request depending on your tour plan.
- All International Flights
- Optional activities
- All Alcoholic & Hot drinks
- Visa Processing & Visa fees
- Gifts and personal purchases.
- Personal spending money for souvenirs etc.
- Pax / clients Travelling insurance.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the best time to go on a safari in Tanzania?
The best time to go on a safari in Tanzania is during the dry season, which runs from June to October. This is when the wildlife is most concentrated around water sources and the weather is cooler.
What type of accommodation is available on a Tanzania safari?
There are various types of accommodation available on a Tanzania safari, including tented camps, lodges, and luxury resorts. At Kalala Tours, we offer a range of accommodation options to suit different budgets and preferences.
What should I pack for a Tanzania safari?
When packing for a Tanzania safari, it is important to bring comfortable and breathable clothing, as well as sturdy walking shoes, a sun hat, and sunscreen. You may also want to bring a camera, binoculars, and insect repellent.
Is it safe to go on a safari in Tanzania?
Yes, it is safe to go on a safari in Tanzania. At Kalala Tours, we prioritize the safety and security of our guests and ensure that all our tours are conducted in a safe and responsible manner.
What kind of animals can I expect to see on a Tanzania safari?
Tanzania is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, hippos, and more. You may also have the chance to see rare and endangered species such as the black rhino and the African wild dog.
What is the currency used in Tanzania?
The currency used in Tanzania is the Tanzanian shilling (TZS). However, US dollars are widely accepted in tourist areas.
Do I need a visa to visit Tanzania?
Yes, most visitors to Tanzania will require a visa. You can apply for a visa online or upon arrival at the airport.
Can I drink tap water in Tanzania?
It is not recommended to drink tap water in Tanzania. We advise our guests to drink bottled water or filtered water provided by their accommodation or tour operator.
We hope these frequently asked questions have helped answer some of your concerns about planning a safari in Tanzania. At Kalala Tours, we are always available to answer any further questions you may have and to help you plan your dream safari.