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6 Days 5 Nights Luxury Safari Overview:

Experience 6 Days 5 nights luxury safari like no other, one that will last for six sumptuous days and take you through the beautiful landscapes of Tanzania, which are filled with all kinds of animals. This is the height of luxury for the discriminating traveler, offering opulent rooms, smooth transport services, and an incredible degree of indulgence in every aspect of the experience. Your tour begins in one of the bustling towns of Arusha or Moshi and brings you to Lake Manyara National Park, which is situated in the midst of the magnificent Great Rift Valley and is home to a stunning soda lake. Your journey will take you past the verdant Karatu farms as well as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area before bringing you to the expansive Serengeti, a land teeming with various animals, particularly in the lively Seronera district. Descend into the verdant depths of the Ngorongoro Crater and find yourself surrounded by unparalleled luxury. The fifth day of your safari in Ngorongoro is filled with exciting opportunities to see wild animals, including lions, elephants, zebras, and a variety of unusual birds. Your epic journey will come to a close with a day spent seeing wildlife in Tarangire National Park, an area of Tanzania that is famous for its baobab trees and its many different plant zones. Experience the appeal of Tanzania’s natural beauty and the country’s abundant wildlife while revelling in luxury at its best. Make sure you have a spot reserved on this once-in-a-lifetime trip. 

Day 1 – Arusha/Moshi to Lake Manyara – Exquisite Beginnings

Allow us to take care of your luxurious lodgings in Arusha, the city that serves as a gateway to the enthralling safari locations found in Northern Tanzania. A delightful and relaxing stay is guaranteed in each of our tastefully decorated rooms, which may accommodate a single, double, or even a triple occupancy. Our hassle-free transfer services, which include airport pickups and drop-offs, will ensure that your trip goes off without a hitch. Our staff is able to help you with arranging local flights, such as those from Zanzibar to Arusha or Dar es Salaam to Arusha, if you are interested in taking advantage of this service. We will do all in our power to make sure that your time spent in Tanzania is both enjoyable and unforgettable.

Day 2 – Lake Manyara to Serengeti Plains – A Royal Journey

Following the completion of a delicious supper, we will continue on our adventure to the illustrious Serengeti National Park. Along the way, we make our way through the gorgeous Karatu highlands as well as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which are both home to stunning natural scenery. As we make our way down into the wild interior of Africa and onto the expansive plains of the Serengeti, we will say our goodbyes to the highlands. Our last destination is the famed Seronera area, which is well-known for having a diverse array of plant and animal life as well as being the origin of the Seronera River. The Seronera River is home to a diverse collection of native animal species and provides exceptional possibilities for seeing such animals.

Day 3 – Serengeti Plains – Ancient Echoes

As you approach the spectacular Serengeti National Park, you will have the opportunity to spend between three and four enthralling hours travelling through the mystical Olduvai Gorge. Olduvai Gorge is where the world’s earliest human fossils were discovered, and they can now be found at this famous park. This area was given the name “Serengeti” by the Maasai people, which literally means “Endless Plains.” Given the region’s spectacular scenery, the term is very appropriate. Take part in a thrilling evening safari across the Serengeti, during which you will have the opportunity to see amazing wildlife. As the prime hunting season for carnivores approaches, one will have the extraordinary chance to see these predators in the environment that is most natural to them.

Day 4 – Serengeti Plains to Ngorongoro Crater – Time Travel

After a delectable breakfast, start the day with a wildlife safari in the Serengeti, and then in the afternoon, make your way to the Ngorongoro Crater by way of Olduvai Gorge. As soon as you reach the rim of the crater, make your way back to the magnificent lodge or comfortable campground where you spent the day for a relaxing evening and a delectable supper.

Day 5 – Ngorongoro Crater to Tarangire National Park – A Day of Delight

Today, it is quite possible that you will come face to face with a tree-climbing python as well as a long-necked Gerenuk. It is well known that Tarangire National Park is home to Africa’s most important elephant population. Because of this, visitors to the park have the extraordinary chance to see interactions between different elephant herds. Get your camera ready, because you’re about to see a wonderful event. After the wildlife drive, make your way back to the camp or resort where a mouthwatering lunch is waiting for you. Get enough of rest so that you can be ready for another exciting day.

Day 6 – Tarangire National Park to Arusha – A Grand Finale

The last day begins at 8:00 AM after a delectable breakfast and comes to a close at 4:00 PM. The first thing that happens in the morning is a game drive in Tarangire National Park, which is famous for the tall baobab trees that provide shade for the beautiful animals who are grazing below them. The Tarangire River, which is the primary feature of the Tarangire National Park, is home to one of the most massive elephant populations in Africa. You should be prepared to hunt a wide variety of animals, including as lions, leopards, cheetahs, zebras, and a number of other types of antelope.

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Cancellation Policy:

Should it become necessary to make alterations to your plans, our cancellation policy has been painstakingly constructed to give flexibility and fairness to all parties involved.

  • If you cancel your reservation more than 35 days before the start of your trip, you won’t be charged any fees, giving you greater flexibility in your trip planning.
  • If you need to cancel your reservation between 11 and 34 days before your trip, you will be charged a cancellation fee of 30 percent.
  • Cancellations made between three and ten days before the scheduled departure of your trip will result in a fee of fifty percent of the total cost of the reservation.
  • Cancellations made less than 48 hours before the planned departure will be responsible for paying the whole cost of the reservation.


Why was the Serengeti established in the first place?

Lions had become so rare as a result of hunting, that the British made a decision in 1921 to create a partial game reserve in the region consisting of 800 acres (3.2 square kilometres), and then they created a complete reserve in 1929. Because of these measures, the Serengeti National Park was founded in 1951. The park was named after the Serengeti Plains.

What is the best food in Tanzania?

You have several alternatives to choose from while dining in Tanzania because they provide a diverse selection of local, traditional, and international cuisines. You will be able to sample the Supu ya Ndizi, the Ndizi Kaanga, the ugali, the mandazi, the chapatti, the Wali na Harage, the mitumba, the Wali wa Nazi, the Mchuzi wa Samaki, the Mishkaki, the pilau, the chemo, and the chipsi mayai. The food served here has a bit of an Indian influence to it as well. You have to get the rice served with beans while you're here since it's the most popular meal and it's a classic north Indian dish.

Is it OK to dress in all black when in Tanzania?

Tsetse flies are known to be attracted to dark colours, therefore if you want to avoid being bitten, avoid wearing dark blue or black clothes. After you've figured out what to wear, your next step should be to learn how to pack.

Is the Serengeti considered a desert?

The Serengeti is a semi-desert grassland that mostly exists in the dry and semi-arid zones of eastern Africa. For millennia, both wild animals and domestic cattle have used the Serengeti as grazing ground.

What dangers may the Ngorongoro Crater face in the future?

The tourism industry is expanding at a fast rate, which is leading to an increased need for new lodging, roadways, and tourist amenities. Other serious dangers to the NCA include the proliferation of non-native exotic species, the transfer of illness between domesticated animals and wild animals, and the incidence of fires that are not under control.

Do they accept American currency in Tanzania?

The Tanzanian Shilling is the country's official currency, however, United States Dollars are also frequently accepted in tourist locations around the country. Notes produced in the dollar before 2009 are often not accepted anywhere. You may trade your currency for another at any of several authorized dealers, banks, or bureaux de change.

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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