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3 Days 2 Nights Mid Range Safari Package – ALL INCLUSIVE


3 Days 2 Nights Mid Range Safari Package – ALL INCLUSIVE

Duration :   3 Days 2 Nights
Total Seats :  378/400

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3 Days 2 Nights Mid Range Safari Package Overview :

Get ready for 3 days  2-night unforgettable safari tour that will take you across the northern circuit of Tanzania and all of its breathtaking natural treasures over the course of three days. On the first day of your safari in Tarangire National Park, you will be greeted with the park’s large elephant population, famous Baobab trees, and a wide variety of other animal species. During the dry season, visitors may see the mesmerising sight of animals congregating close to the Tarangire River. On day 2, you will visit Ngorongoro Crater, whose name comes from the Maasai language and means “cowbell,” and it has a special allure. As you descend into the crater’s depths, keep your eyes peeled for the plethora of birds and other species that make their home in this geological paradise. An outstanding safari experience may be had in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The last day of the trip allows visitors to Lake Manyara National Park to see the park’s ecological diversity and the mesmerising sight of tree-climbing lions. The park’s afternoon and evening game drives are sure to be filled with memorable experiences due to the abundance of nocturnal creatures and birds that can be seen there. As the sun begins to drop, make your way back to the lodge for a soothing meal followed by a pleasant night’s stay. This three-day trip package at a moderate price point is your ticket to discovering the undiscovered treasures that Tanzania’s animals and sceneries have to offer. Make your reservations right now to ensure you have a memorable experience on your African safari tour.

Day 1: Tarangire National Park

Early Morning you will be visiting Tarangire National park. It is one of the greatest parks in the nation for shooting magnificent photographs or just soaking in the splendour of the world’s biggest land animals because of the park’s high elephant population, distinctive Baobab trees, and variety of species.

During the dry season, when the animals of the park are forced to congregate closer and closer to the Tarangire River, game drives in Tarangire are especially exciting. This is a wonderful chance to watch a large number of animals in one location as well as to see the dynamic between predators and prey in action.

Day 2: Ngorongoro Crater

The Maasai people are responsible for giving Ngorongoro its name. These Maasai pastoralists called the region after the sound made by the cowbell (ngoro ngoro)! You will also go through the colourful village of Karatu on the way to your lodge, where you will have a late lunch at the end of the day.

Take some time to recover and relax after lunch, and then go on an exciting game drive thereafter. After descending a distance of 2,000 feet to the crater floor, you may begin your search for the birds and creatures that make the interior of the Ngorongoro Crater their home. It is an experience that cannot be forgotten!

Discover some fascinating information about this wonderful natural geological wonderland on the path that leads down into the crater. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) is located immediately next to the world-famous Serengeti grasslands and spans about 8,292 square kilometres. It is also recognised as an International Biosphere Reserve in addition to being a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Day 3: Lake Manyara National Park

You will leave for Lake Manyara National Park first thing in the morning. As you travel towards your lodge for check in and lunch, you will be greeted with a glimpse of the Great Rift Valley and many other sights upon arriving at Lake Manyara National Park. You will also be treated to the spectacular biological richness of Lake Manyara National Park. After you’ve finished lunch, go back to the park for some exciting afternoon and evening game drives. During these drives, you’ll get to see a variety of bird species as well as animals as they graze in the park at night. You will also be rewarded with a glimpse of tree climbing lions lounging leisurely in the tree branches of acacia trees, not to mention an encounter that will leave you breathless when the hunters return to the park from their hiding spots. After the sun has set, make your way back to the lodge for a leisurely supper and overnight stay.

Don’t miss this opportunity; your trip to Africa is waiting for you!

Cancelation Policy

Our cancellation policy is constructed in a way that allows for some degree of flexibility while still guaranteeing that our excursions run smoothly. We are aware that travel arrangements may need to be adjusted sometimes due to unexpected events. The following is the procedure to follow in the event that you need to cancel your reservation:

  • When a reservation is cancelled at least 35 days before the scheduled departure date, the customer is not responsible for any cancellation costs. When the unpredictability of life comes into play, we want to provide a hassle-free experience for our customers.
  • Cancellations that are received between 11 and 34 days before the planned departure will be subject to a charge that is equal to 30 percent of the reservation cost. We think that this policy strikes a good compromise between being flexible enough to accommodate changes and providing coverage for preparations that are currently under way.
  • Cancellations made between 3 and 10 days before the trip are subject to a cancellation charge that is equal to 50 percent of the tour price. Because of this approach, we are able to manage both our resources and our logistics in the most effective manner.
  • If you cancel your appointment with less than 48 hours’ notice before the planned commencement of the trip, you will be charged the whole amount of the reservation fee. This is required in order to reimburse the expenses that were spent as a result of making last-minute alterations to your reservation in order to accommodate you.

It is crucial to keep in mind that various cancellation procedures may apply to different types of trips. When you book a customised trip with us, you can be certain that we will explain these guidelines in detail to you. Our goal is to provide you with a cancellation policy that is both reasonable and open to discussion in order to give you the peace of mind you need to book your trip knowing that we will be here to assist you at every step of the way.


Which safari destination—Kenya or Tanzania—is more desirable?

The correct answer is both of them! It is indeed more advantageous to combine a trip to Kenya and Tanzania by selecting our well-liked 12-Day Kenya & Tanzania Safari itinerary. This way, you will have enough time to visit both locations without exceeding your financial limits. When compared to going on a safari in Tanzania or Kenya by themselves, this excursion is superior.

What are some additional names that people call the Serengeti?

The term "Serengeti" comes from a related Masai phrase that means "the location where land goes on forever." This is where the name "Serengeti" comes from. It is also known fondly as the "endless plains," which is a loving nickname. The region consists of grassy plains, savanna, riverine forest, and wooded areas all in equal measure.

Is visiting the Ngorongoro Crater a risky proposition?

According to us, the Ngorongoro Crater is an exceptionally risk-free vacation. The national parks and reserves of Tanzania have an extremely low incidence of criminal activity. Because there is a small amount of crime in the cities, the usual safety measures need to be taken when travelling to urban areas like the town of Arusha, which serves as the starting point for the Northern safari circuit.

Why is it that the Serengeti is so well-known?

The Great Wildlife Migration, which includes two MILLION wildebeests, zebras, and antelopes, takes place annually in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, which is famed for being the scene of the event. It is also home to the Big Five of Africa, making it one of the most extensive and wild wildlife parks in the world.

Is it OK to wear shorts in Arusha?

Christianity and Islam are only two of the many conservative religions and traditions that can be found in Tanzania. There are also several other faiths and traditions. The concept of modesty is highly valued in Tanzania; as a result, shorts, miniskirts, and clothing that are very form-fitting are seen as unsuitable and may be seen as somewhat provocative.

Is Serengeti hot or cold?

The temperature in the Serengeti National Park is rather pleasant and mild, contrary to the widespread perception that much of Africa has an extremely hot climate. It doesn't become too hot very often, and the temps decrease throughout the night and in the wee hours of the morning.

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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