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2 DAYS 1 NIGHTS LUXURY SAFARIS ALL-INCLUSIVE

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2 DAYS 1 NIGHTS LUXURY SAFARIS ALL-INCLUSIVE

Duration :   2 Days 1 Night
Total Seats :  378/400

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Name Price Qty
Adult
$1,300.00
Kids Age 5-13
$650.00
Kids Age 0-4
$0.00

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$6.00
Coffee
$4.00

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2 Days Luxury Safari Overview:

You are about to go on a wonderful 2 Days 1 night luxury safari that will last for two days and will provide you with the opportunity to experience the best of Tanzania’s animals and sceneries. Your first full day will be spent at Tarangire National Park, which is famous for having the biggest elephant population in Northern Tanzania. This population often numbers well over 300 animals. During the dry season, the Tarangire River, which is a source of water throughout the year, works like a magnet, drawing in a wide variety of species, which results in stunning animal assemblages. Take in the sights of herds of lions, giraffes as tall as trees, buffalo as large as cars, wildebeests, and zebras, as well as a wide variety of antelope and gazelle species. Keep a sharp eye out, since there’s a chance you’ll see a python. On the second day of the trip, get up early to prepare for a trip to the Ngorongoro Crater, which is a massive inactive volcanic marvel that has a huge floor that extends over 260 square kilometres and plunges more than 6,000 feet. During the five-hour game drive on the crater floor, you will get the opportunity to view a wide variety of African wildlife, including as lions and hyenas, as well as cheetahs, hippos, and buffalos. These experiences will provide you with unforgettable memories. Before climbing the steep slope that leads out of the crater, stop for a delectable picnic lunch next to the picture-perfect Hippo pool. This spectacular luxury safari in Tanzania for two days is now available for booking; don’t miss out on these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities!

Day 1: Tarangire National Park – A Paradise for Wildlife

Throughout the year, Tarangire National Park shelters Northern Tanzania’s densest population of elephants. Witness awe-inspiring herds, often exceeding 300 elephants, as they gather around the Tarangire River – an unfailing water source throughout the year. During the dry season from July to October, the river draws wildlife from the surrounding areas, creating a breathtaking spectacle. Behold magnificent creatures such as lions, towering giraffes, powerful buffalo, wildebeests, zebras, and a variety of antelope and gazelle species. The lucky might even encounter a python.

Day 2: Ngorongoro Crater – A Volcanic Wonderland

On the last day of your safari, get up early and have a quick breakfast before getting ready to begin your descend into the Ngorongoro Crater at roughly 6:30 in the morning. This will be the highlight of your safari tour. The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s biggest dormant, unoccupied, and completely undamaged volcano crater. It was formed millions of years ago. Its expansive floor covers over 260 square kilometres and descends more than 6,000 feet below sea level. A game drive around the crater floor for five hours is sure to be filled with rich animal activity. Get your camera ready to take pictures of the plentiful African elephants, beautiful buffalo, black rhinoceros, territorial hippos, crafty hyenas, quick cheetahs, and famous lions. All of these animals can be found in Africa. After indulging in a delectable picnic lunch next to the mesmerising Hippo pool, you will start your trek up the winding path that ultimately leads to the highest point of the crater.

 

Reserve your spot now for this unforgettable 2-day luxury adventure.

Cancelation Policy:

  • Requests to cancel that are received at least thirty days before the day when the safari is planned to begin will not be subject to any cancellation fees.
  • Cancellations made between 15 and 29 days before the planned commencement of the safari are subject to a charge of 30 percent of the total cost of the trip.
  • If you need to cancel your safari reservation between 7 and 14 days before the trip is due to begin, you will be charged a fee equal to 50 percent of the total cost of the trip.
  • If you cancel your reservation less than seven days before the time it was supposed to begin, you will be charged the full price of the reservation.
  • It is important to note that one-of-a-kind or custom trips could have different cancellation rules, which you should expect to be outlined when you make your reservation. I can’t express how grateful I am for your understanding of these guidelines.

F.A.Q

Is going on safari in Tanzania expensive?

Tanzania is known for being one of the most expensive safari locations in Africa. A premium safari may cost more than $1,000 per person per day, while a more budget safari might cost as low as $150 per person per day. The cost of a safari in Tanzania may run anywhere from $300 to $500 per person, each day. 

Which languages are commonly used in Tanzanian society?

Even though Swahili, which is a Bantu language and is the official language of Tanzania is spoken by the majority of the people, not everyone in Tanzania is acanak Swahili. They may speak a variant of one of the Bantu or Nilotic languages that are spoken in Tanzania since there are so many different Bantu and Nilotic languages spoken there. As a remnant of colonial power in what was once known as the Tanganyika area, the English language is the second official language of Tanzania and is spoken by a sizeable part of the country's population.

Why are Tanzania safaris so expensive?

Your safari will likely include some kind of conservation charge, the proceeds of which will be donated to local national parks as well as private or indigenous landowners. Through the payment of these tariffs, you are directly contributing to the financing of animal conservation efforts and providing local populations with a concrete incentive to assist in the preservation of Africa's wondrous ecosystems.

How much tip should be left for the safari driver in Tanzania?

At the end of your excursion, it is traditional to provide a tip for your tour guide or driver. It is totally up to you what you decide to contribute, however we recommend rounding up to the nearest ten dollars per person, per day as a tip for your guide.

Is Tanzania an appropriate location for a safari vacation with the family?

In Tanzania, young people have access to a broad variety of fascinating views and wildlife excursions, from beaches that seem like they were taken straight from a greeting card to wide open sky and lovely animals, as well as magnificent scenery. Although Tanzania is an excellent destination for a safari with children, you will still need to do some homework before you board the aircraft.

What sets the Serengeti different from other places?

The natural splendour that may be seen at Serengeti National Park is unparalleled. From the woods in the west, which are studded with wild animals and acacia trees, to the savannas in the south, which are dotted with acacia trees, to the mountainous Mara River region in the north. Since early humans first stepped foot in this region, not much has changed here.

What's Included

  • Accommodation and meals as described in the itinerary.
  • Crater Fees
  • Daily bottle of mineral water during the game drive
  • Entrance fees to all national parks
  • Entrance park fees and 18% VAT to our entrance fees
  • Pick up at Kilimanjaro International Airport
  • Private 4 x 4 safari with roof for game viewing
  • Private professional safari guide

What's Excluded

  • Bank transfer charges & card payments processing fee
  • Cost of Visas.
  • Expenses belong to person nature e.g Drinks not included on the meal plans, personal purchases, Laundry etc.
  • International flights
  • Tip to the driver guide and hoteliers

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