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Duration :   4 Days 3 Nights
Total Seats :  378/400

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4 Days 3 Nights Luxury Safari Overview:

Get ready for an incredible journey that will take you deep into the heart of Tanzania and skillfully combine the attraction of the untamed environment with the height of luxury. This journey will take you on an adventure throughout four days, beginning in the city of Arusha. The first day of the 4 days 3 nights luxury safari is spent at Tarangire National Park, which is famous for having lions that can scale trees and stunning elephant herds. The second day of the trip is a big safari in the Serengeti National Park, which is a genuine sanctuary for all types of species. On day three, you will travel to the Ngorongoro Crater and the lively city of Arusha, immersing yourself in the natural marvels that Tanzania has to offer while relaxing in luxurious lodgings.

Day 1: Tarangire National Park – Extravagance Amidst Wildlife

Your journey begins bright and early in the morning with an excursion to Tarangire National Park. This park offers a lovely setting for creating spectacular shots and soaking in the majesty of the world’s biggest land mammals thanks to its plentiful population of elephants, distinctive Baobab trees, and exquisite diversity of species. Game drives in Tarangire are especially exciting during the dry season since the park’s wildlife congregates closer to the Tarangire River. This gives the extraordinary chance to watch a plethora of creatures living in close proximity, as well as view the dramatic interactions between predators and prey, all within a setting that is unsurpassed in terms of its level of luxury.

Day 2: Serengeti National Park – A Day of Splendor

Having a leisurely breakfast at your own speed to start the day is a wonderful way to get ready for an exciting full-day safari that will begin at around 9:00 in the morning. You will return to your luxurious lodge in the late afternoon, around 6:00 in the evening, bringing your meal with you. This will provide you the opportunity to view animals both in the morning and in the afternoon. A game drive may be booked beginning at 6:00 in the morning for those who are up and about early. On day two, you will go through the core of animal activity in Serengeti National Park, which is located in the park’s central zone.

Day 3: Serengeti National Park/Ngorongoro Highland – Luxurious Adventure

A scrumptious meal is served each morning before setting off to spend the day adventuring throughout the Serengeti Plains. You will have adequate time to explore the several park districts that are rich with wildlife thanks to the morning and afternoon game drives as well as the delectable picnic lunch that is provided. Find fascinating animals such as lions, elephants, giraffes, cheetahs, serval cats, wild dogs, black rhinos, topis, buffaloes, impalas, and hyenas, among many more. This extraordinary day is a tribute to the splendours that may be found in Tanzania.

Day 4: Ngorongoro Crater – Nature’s Luxury

Starting in the morning, you will go on an adventure that will take your breath away as you make your way to the Ngorongoro Crater, which is the biggest complete volcanic caldera in the world. The enormous size of the crater has resulted in the formation of a wide variety of habitats, including grasslands and woodlands as well as marshes, lakes, springs, open grasslands, and sandy dunes. Because of all of this, there are incredible opportunity to have up-close encounters with uncommon and unusual forms of wildlife. Delight in a delectable picnic while gazing out over a placid lake that is populated by beautiful hippos. West of Arusha is where you’ll find the Ngorongoro Crater, which is both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a conservation area.

Begin planning your trip to Tanzania today, curating experiences that will resonate throughout your lifetime. Today is the day to secure your extraordinary adventure.

Cancellation Policy: 

Our cancellation policy shows our dedication to being flexible while also ensuring that the smooth operation of our luxury safaris is maintained. The unpredictability of life may call for adjustments to previously made travel arrangements, and we make every effort to accommodate such circumstances:

  • Requests to cancel the trip that are submitted at least 35 days before the date on which it is scheduled to begin will not be subject to any cancellation fees.
  • There is a cancellation charge of 30 percent applied for bookings that are cancelled between 11 and 34 days before the intended departure date. This allows for some flexibility while still paying the costs of continuing preparations.
  • Cancellations made between three and ten days before the trip will be subject to a cancellation charge of fifty percent in order to manage resources and logistics in the most effective manner.
  • In order to cover the costs of any last-minute changes or preparations, the whole cost of the reservation will be charged for cancellations made less than 48 hours before the safari begins.

Please be aware that customised or individualised trips may be subject to different cancellation policies, which will be detailed fully throughout the process of making a reservation for the trip. We try to offer a cancellation policy that is both fair and adjustable, with the goal of ensuring that your booking experience is marked by calmness and open communication.


Should I be concerned about getting yellow fever in Tanzania?

You are unable to go to Tanzania because you have not had the yellow fever vaccination that is necessary. On the other hand, travellers who are one year of age or older and are coming from a country where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission need to provide a vaccination certificate for yellow fever if they are entering the country from such a country.

Can you drink water in Tanzania?

It is not a good idea to drink the water straight from the tap in Tanzania. It is recommended to only use water from the faucet for things like taking a shower or washing your hands. This is done to prevent any issues with one's health. Additionally, it is best, if at all possible, to consume only bottled or filtered water and to wash your teeth with filtered water. Try to remember to bring some portable drinking water with you on your walking safaris so that you don't become dehydrated along the way. On safari, Gorilla Trips offers customers transportable drinking water.

Is the Serengeti a larger park than the Masai Mara?

The Masai Mara and the Serengeti are two of the most important parts of the larger Mara-Serengeti ecosystem; nevertheless, the landscapes of these two parks are not the same. To begin, their dimensions are significantly unlike from one another. In comparison to the size of the Serengeti National Park, which spans 14,760 km2 or 5,700 square miles, the Masai Mara Game Reserve is just 1,510 km2 or 585 square miles.

How did it receive its name, the Serengeti?

The word "Serengeti" refers to a specific geographic region in Africa. It comes from the Maasai phrase "Siringit," which may be translated as either "the location where the ground travels forever" or "endless plain." This gives a good picture of the unending stretches of undulating savanna and rolling hills.

What to avoid in Tanzania?

Always be alert to what is going on around you. You should never leave your drink or food alone for any reason. Always be on guard, particularly in the areas that are frequented by people from the West. Avoid showing too much love in public, especially amongst couples who have the same sexual orientation.

Is malaria prevalent in the Serengeti region?

Because malaria may be found in the Serengeti, you must take steps to protect yourself against the disease. You should use an insect repellent that contains DEET since these formulations are the most effective, and you should also take medicine to prevent malaria.

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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