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13 Days Tanzania Luxury Safari

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Tour Details

This 13 day/12 night safari offers you an overwhelming experience. From the less explored Mkomazi National Park to the world famous Ngorongoro Crater and the unprecedented Great Migration of two million animals. All captured in one safari, rightfully creating memories for a lifetime for our customers.

Note: The price shown for this tour is an indicative price per person, based on 6 persons per car, and 3 double bedrooms. Your flights to and from Tanzania, or your travel to Arusha are not included. National flights are included where applicable. No rights can be derived from the prices mentioned on the website.

Departure & Return Location

Kilimanjaro International Airport (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • Private transport to & from Kilimanjaro International Airport to your accommodations in Moshi.
  • Transportation in a 4×4 Toyota Land cruiser with pop-up roof
  • Dedicated and experienced English speaking Driver Guide
  • Fees national parks
  • Overnights according to your itinerary
  • Meals as described in your itinerary; usually three meals per day while on safari
  • 1 liter of bottled drinking water per person throughout the tour
  • Local taxes
  • Use of binoculars
  • Activities as per your itinerary

Price Excludes

  • Flight to and from Tanzania (usually Kilimanjaro International Airport)
  • Visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Cancellation insurance
  • Flying Doctors service
  • Tips for e.g., Driver Guides, porters, accommodation staff
  • Personal expenses
  • Additional activities
  • Additional meals, not included in the itinerary
  • Changes in fuel prices/taxes

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Tour Itinerary

Day 1:Drive to Moshi or Mkomazi National Park

Transfer to Moshi (or directly to Mkomazi National Park; depending on arrival time
flight)

Day 2 & 3:Mkomazi National Park

After breakfast in the lodge, you will drive to Same/Mkomazi National Park (Mkomazi NP), in the Northeast of Tanzania. Mkomazi NP is a quiet National Park, which is not yet discovered and visited by many tourists.

Mkomazi NP offers a great opportunity to see Rhinos. Recently, a thirty square km area has been opened for the Rhinos from the Rhino Sanctuary. This area is open for game drives.

Day 4:Drive from Mkomazi National Park to Arusha

Full day game drive in Mkomazi NP.

The dext day will be  game drive en route, you will leave Mkomazi NP, heading toward Arusha. This is a longer drive, which will take approximately 4 hours. You will have lunch underway. Overnight will be in Arusha, from where you will visit Arusha National Park the next day.

Day 5:Arusha National Park

After breakfast, you will drive to Arusha National Park (Arusha NP), approximately 1 hour drive from the center of Arusha. If you like, a walking safari can be arranged in Arusha National Park (not included).

The park is small but varied with spectacular landscapes in three distinct areas. In the west, the Meru Crater funnels the Jekukumia River; the peak of Mount Meru lies on its rim. Ngurdoto Crater in the Southeast is grassland. The shallow alkaline Momella Lakes in the Northeast have varying algal colors and are known for their wading birds. Arusha NP is anyhow home of a wide variety of species of birds.
At the end of the day, you will return to the lodge of your choice in or nearby Arusha.

Day 6:Drive from Arusha to Tarangire National Park

Today, you will drive to Tarangire National Park. This park is famous and special for its diverse landscape and nine different vegetation zones. As you begin your safari and game drive, you will be welcomed by the ancient and gigantic Baobab trees, which make even animals like the giraffe look tiny.
Your game drive goes on till about late afternoon and includes a top for a picnic lunch. The 3,000 square kilometres park gets its name from the Tarangire River that flows through it. The river attracts a lot of diverse animals, and you should be able to spot a lot of elephants, giraffes, lions,
antelopes, and zebras.
Tarangire National Park has the highest concentration of elephants, which offers a unique chance for you to observe interactions between elephant families.
After the game drive, you will be heading to your lodge where dinner awaits you.

Overnight will be inside or just outside the park, depending on the type of safari you prefer. If you overnight inside the park, some of the lodges offer the possibility of a night game drive.

Day 7: Tarangire National Park

Full day game drive in Tarangire National Park.
Overnight will be inside or just outside the park, depending on the type of safari you prefer. If you overnight inside the park, some of the lodges offer the possibility of a night game drive.

Day 8:Drive from Tarangire National Park to Ngorongoro Conservation Area

After breakfast, you will leave cozy Tarangire NP, heading toward the famous Ngorongoro Crater. Depending on your preference, you can overnight on the Crater rim or close to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, for instance in Karatu

Day 9: Ngorongoro Crater Tour and drive to Serengeti National Park (Central)

Today, you will visit the Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera, with its own ecosystem, home to a wide variety of wildlife, which stays within the crater.

At the end of the day, you will leave the Crater to travel to Serengeti National Park, where you will overnight in the central area of the park.

Day 10: Serengeti National Park (Central)

Today, you will do a full day game drive amid the never-ending plain grasslands of the central area of Serengeti National Park. “Serengeti” means endless plains in the local African language and watching the grassland stretch out as far as the eye can see and eventually merging with the sky at the horizon is an absolutely breath-taking view.
The overall land area of Serengeti measures 14,763 square kilometres and the park houses the glorious “Big 5” (elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, and leopard). Along with the “Big 5”, a very pleasant sighting would be one of Africa’s most beautiful animals – the Impala. The legendary Serengeti
National Park is the most renowned safari destination for its incredible population of lions and leopards.
The central part of Serengeti – known as “Seronera” area is one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park. It features the Seronera River, which provides a valuable water source to this area and therefore attracts wildlife well representative of most of the Serengeti’s species.

In Seronera, one must really look out for the many lion prides that thrive in this region. You must also look out for the Serengeti “Kopjes” which are massive boulders of granite standing in a sea of grass. They provide ample shelter to a large variety of flora and fauna.
A picnic lunch or lunch at the lodge of your choice will be done during the day long game drive. The eventful day comes to an end with dinner and a good night’s rest in the accommodation of your choice in Central Serengeti.

Day 11:Serengeti National Park (North)

In the months between mid-June to September the Great Migration, for which Northern Tanzania is famous, can be found in this region. From midJune to September, the Mara River in this region offers the most dramatic river crossings of the Great Migration. Fierce, deep, and heavily rain fed, the
river takes an enormous toll on the migrating wildebeest.

Watching the wildebeest surging through the torrential flow, some drowning,and a few falling preys to lurking crocodiles is an unforgettable sight. If it’s your lucky day you will be able to witness this natural wonder and watch nature take its course.
Tracing the Great Migration, you might even move towards Lobo valley. The pristine Lobo valley is scattered with woodlands, plains, hills, and famous granite Kopjes.

It offers enormous amount of big cat game with lions, leopards, and cheetah in plenty. During the dry season the permanent water sources in the valley attract plenty of resident and migratory animals, resulting in excellent game viewing. During the full day game drive, you will have a stop where you can have your picnic lunch. The day comes to an end with a tasty dinner and a good rest in your choice of accommodation.

At the end of the day, you will drive to the lodge or tented camp of your preference, where you can relax and enjoy a nice dinner.

Day 12:Serengeti National Park (North)

Full day game drive in Northern Serengeti.

At the end of the day, you will drive to the lodge or tented camp of your preference, where you can relax and enjoy a nice dinner.

Day 13:Serengeti National Park – flight back home or Zanzibar

Today, your safari will end. In the morning, your driver/guide will bring you to Kogatende Airstrip, from where a plane will be waiting to fly you to Arusha Airport.
A driver will pick you up at Arusha Airport to bring you to Kilimanjaro Airport for your flight back home or Zanzibar.

If you have booked an extension of your safari to Zanzibar, your Driver Guide will drive you to the airport from where your flight to Zanzibar will leave. Upon arrival at Zanzibar, transport to your hotel will be arranged, as will transport from the hotel to the airport for your return flight home. If you decide to go to Zanzibar, it can be more beneficial to adjust the order of the above itinerary slightly, for you to be able to fly directly from Serengeti National Park to Zanzibar.

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