1 Leave Arusha at 09.30 am, drive for about 1 hour to Tarangire National Park. This park is often referred to as the “home of elephants”, you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include leopards, lions, giraffes and even tree-climbing pythons! Overnight options: Tarangire Treetops, Tamarind Camp, Tarangire Sopa Lodge, Lake Manyara Hotel, Panorama Camp
2 Early breakfast at 6.00 am. Game drive en route to Serengeti National Park. Serengeti is the largest and most famous park in Tanzania, known worldwide for its endless plains, wildebeest-migration, herds of lions and other predators like hyenas, cheetahs and leopards. Crocodiles can be found in the Grumeti River, as well as hippos, giraffes, antelopes, and gazelles. Dinner and overnight in the heart of Serengeti! Overnight options: Serengeti Migration Camp,
Serengeti Serena Lodge, Serengeti Sopa Lodge, Seronera Wildlife Lodge, Seronera Camp
3 Tour the northern part of Serengeti. A full day of game drive until sunset, then dinner and overnight in the Lobo area. (or Seronera) Overnight options: Serengeti Migration Camp, Serengeti Serena Lodge, Serengeti Sopa Lodge, Seronera Wildlife Lodge, Seronera Camp
4 Another game drive in Serengeti. In the afternoon you drive en route (optional stopover at Olduvai) to the rim of Ngorongoro Crater for dinner and overnight with an excellent view of the crater floor! Please note that Simba Camp is the only common campsite in the area, and that the facilities are so-so. We recommend a night in one of the lodges! Overnight options: Ngorongoro Acacia Camp, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Ngorongoro Serena Lodge, Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge, Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge, Simba Camp
5 6 hours in the Ngorongoro Crater. There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo and leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site at the crater floor. In the afternoon, drive back to Arusha.
End of tour!
Note: This tour can be combined with a visit to Lake Eyasi, where the Hadzabe Bushmen lives.
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