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All our safaris include specific game drives to witness the great Wildebeest Migration and other major wildlife attractions of Tanzania. We offer an extraordinary choice of agendas that transform your fantasies into realities. Our primary specialties are untamed life outdoors, hotel, and extravagance safaris, trekking Mt. Kilimanjaro, beach holidays, cultural tours, adventure tours and so much more! We at Dreams Adventures (Träume Abenteuer) Ltd, try to accommodate all your preferences and plan a dream Tanzania Safari tour as per your budget to give you the best the safari experience. So, drop us online to help you plan your dream Tanzania Safari.

All our safaris include specific game drives to witness the great Wildebeest Migration and other major wildlife attractions of Tanzania. We offer an extraordinary choice of agendas that transform your fantasies into realities. Our primary specialties are untamed life outdoors, hotel, and extravagance safaris, trekking Mt. Kilimanjaro, beach holidays, cultural tours, adventure tours and so much more! We at Dreams Adventures (Träume Abenteuer) Ltd, try to accommodate all your preferences and plan a dream Tanzania Safari tour as per your budget to give you the best the safari experience. So, drop us online to help you plan your dream Tanzania Safari.

Itineraries

Day 1

Arrive at JRO-Airport

You will be met at the airport and transferred to the Accommodation in Arusha for your overnight.
Overnight: Planet Lodge or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 2

Arusha National Park

This morning drive to Arusha National Park for game viewing. The park is dominated by Mount Meru, Africa’s fifth highest mountain, 4,565m. There is a good range of animal species represented; you can expect to see hippos, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, water-bucks, and bush-bucks, although more interesting sightings such as reed-bucks, leopards and hyenas are much more occasional. They are also quite alkaline and therefore provide a year-round breeding area for flamingos.
Overnight: Planet Lodge or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 3 & 4

Tarangire National Park

After breakfast, drive to Tarangire National Park takes which takes 3 hours. Huge herds of wildebeest, zebras, elephants, elands, and Oryx gather to stay in Tarangire until the onset of the rain. Tarangire is traversed by the Tarangire River, which never dries up. Being the only source of water during the dry season, it draws hundreds of animals to the park, making for a wildlife and bird viewing spectacular. The landscape is varied, with grassy Savannah plains, swamps, hills and spectacular baobabs. Enjoy a full day in the park with game viewing.
Overnight: Maramboi Tented Lodge or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 5

Lake Manyara National Park

This morning drive to Lake Manyara National Park. Set against the steep escarpment of the Rift Valley, you’ll find Lake Manyara National Park with its evergreen groundwater forest and variety of ecosystems including acacia woodland, grassy plains, a swampy fan delta, and – of course – the expansive lake. This diversity attracts a wide variety of mammal, bird, and wildlife species. Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions. The park offers excellent game viewing with buffalo, impala, giraffe, bush-buck, water-buck, hippos, and lots of elephants roam near the lake. Also look out for blue monkeys, vervet monkeys, and the very active Olive baboon troops.
Overnight: Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 6

Lake Eyasi

Drive to Lake Eyasi, a mildly alkaline lake about 55km long. If seeing hundreds of species of birds excites you, Lake Eyasi is a perfect destination for you to see flamingos, pelicans, spoonbills, weavers, spurfowls, storks, barbets, egrets and more. The visit includes meeting the Hadzabe people and spend the day observing their ways. The Hadzabe is an indigenous tribe known as the hunter-gatherer Bushmen. Visit their homesteads and learn more about their lifestyle. Hunting in groups with bows and arrows, this tribe is able to survive with what the environment provides. The Hadzabe bushmen treat diseases with their own medicines. The Hadzabe speak the unique click language. Apart from this cultural activity, the area offers superb hiking, bird watching, and beautiful scenery. Also we visit Residing along the banks of the Lake Eyasi in Tanzania, the Datoga tribe are a relatively peaceful people particularly skilled at farming. These indigenous people are believed to have inhabited the area for over 3,000 years, although their history is difficult to accurately trace. Similar to other local tribes, particular the Maasai, they value livestock highly and use it for their livelihood. Datoga people are traditionally nomadic, often moving throughout the extensive region, herding their cattle and putting their ancient agricultural skills to use wherever they happen to settle.
Overnight: Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 7

Karatu

After breakfast we will drive to Karatu. Enjoy the leisure day in the Karatu area, nestled between the Ngorongoro and Lake Manyara. Karatu is a colorful bustling town and a fun place to visit to buy souvenirs.
Overnight: Marera Valley Lodge or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 8

Ngorongoro Crater

Early morning Ngorongoro Crater Tour. This is the best place in Tanzania to see black rhino as well as prides of lion that include the magnificent black-manned males. There are lots of colorful flamingoes a variety of water birds. Other game that you can see includes leopard, cheetah, hyena, other members of the antelope family, an small mammals.
Overnight: Marera Valley Lodge or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 9 , 10 & 11

Lake Ndutu

Consisting mainly of sweeping grasslands, the Ndutu area in the northern part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area joins the Serengeti. As such, it forms part of the annual migratory route of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and antelope (and their predators) who come to graze and calve between November and March, depending on the rains. The forests around Lake Ndutu and small koppies are also home to prolific, resident wildlife.
Overnight: Mbugani Tented Camp or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 12

Serengeti National Park

Head out after breakfast for the drive to Serengeti National Park. The word “Serengeti” is derived from the Maasai language, meaning “endless plain.” En-route to the Serengeti, you can opt to visit as Masaai Village, a perfect place to explore the Maasai culture and even participate in some tribal activities. Or visit Olduvai Gorge, known as the Cradle of Humanity; the Museum is a testament to the long journey that humanity has made from its humble roots in East Africa to its current state as the dominant species on earth. Enjoy a game drive en route to your camp.
Overnight: Mbugani Tented Camp or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 13 & 14

Serengeti National Park

Relax with two full days in the Serengeti with game drives – unequaled for its beauty and home to the Great Wildebeest Migration. The huge herds of plains game such as wildebeest, zebra, and antelope dominate the park while the attendant predators such as lion and cheetah are to be found amongst the many kopjes scattered across the plain. Its landscape varies from open grass plains in the south, savanna with scattered acacia trees in the center, hilly, wooded grassland in the north, to extensive woodland and black clay plains to the west.
Overnight: Mbugani Tented Camp or similar accommodation
Meals: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch Included.

Day 15

Serengeti to Zanzibar / Back Home

After breakfast drive to Seronera Airstrip to catch flight to Zanzibar or Arusha JRO for catch flight back home
  • Price includes Flight from Seronera to Arusha
  • Transport with qualified driver/guide in 4×4 vehicles with viewing roof
  • Camping fees or lodge accommodation
  • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
  • National Park gate fees
  • Park commission
  • Government tax
  • Bottled water
  • Visit Masai Village
  • Entry visa to Tanzania
  • Travel and health insurance
  • Gratuities to your guide, hotel staff and porters
  • Meals, drinks and excursions not included in the itinerary
  • Any other item of personal nature, laundry, telephone and postage
  • Items of personal nature

Tanzania is great to visit any time of year., Most people avoid the rainy months of April, May, and November. Some people like to go during peak migration season.,

The migration in East Africa is world-renowned. Millions of wildebeests participate in the migration through Tanzania and Kenya. Hundreds of thousands of zebra join them. Although lions and other carnivores do not migrate with the grazing animals, they feast on them when their paths cross.

The best time to see the migration in Tanzania is often January-March and June-August. In the Kenya, it is often best September-October. These are also the most popular times to go, so you will need to book well in advance. You will see an abundance of wildlife all year round.

Lodges and tented camps serve breakfast and dinner, typically buffet-style., Lunches are often a box lunch eaten while on your game drive.

We use 4 or 6 passenger 4-wheel-drive Land Cruisers, all with viewing roofs for the safaris.

They are licensed, trained, friendly, and have years of experience!

You can buy any drinks along your way to the safari. There will be mini-markets in town.

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