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8 Days 7 Nights Budget Safari Overview:

Starting in Arusha, go on an affordable journey that is 8 Days 7 Nights Budget Safari in Tanzania. Lake Manyara National Park and the world-famous Serengeti Plains are just a few of the attractions that you’ll see along the way as you travel through a variety of landscapes and plentiful wildlife. Spend time in the heart of the Serengeti, where you have a good chance of seeing the “Big Five,” and be a witness to the world-famous annual migration. Visit the natural marvel that is the Ngorongoro Crater before continuing on to the Tarangire National Park, which is famous for its elephant population as well as its towering baobab trees. Your voyage comes to an end in Arusha, where you will be left with fond recollections of your amazing adventure in Tanzania.


Day 1 – Arusha/Moshi – Lake Manyara

It is a magnificent and thrilling experience to make one’s way through the park by vehicle, particularly after having driven by so many open plains and panoramic panoramas along the route. This is especially true after having driven past so many panoramic panoramas along the route. When you are in this place, it is possible that you will not even realise how near you were to the animals until it is too late to do anything about it. 

Day 2 – Lake Manyara – Serengeti Plains

We started our day with a substantial breakfast, and then we hit the road bright and early to make our way to the illustrious Serengeti National Park. Both the Karatu highlands and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area are very breathtaking, and we were fortunate enough to see both of them on our journey. As we leave the highlands behind, we make our way down into the heart of the untamed African wilderness. Here, the huge plains of the Serengeti stretch out before us like a beautiful display that continues on for as far as the eye can see. Our last stop will be in the illustrious core park zone of Seronera, which is noted for being one of the most wildlife-friendly and biodiverse havens in all of the park. 

Day 3 – Serengeti Plains

You will have the whole day to spend wildlife watching in the centre Serengeti today. The thriving population of resident species in Serengeti National Park is one of the park’s most famous attractions. The “big five” are the park’s most sought-after trophies, hence the park got its name from these animals. Drive back in the evening to the base camp for the rest of the evening and overnight. The Serengeti National Park was established in 1898 and is now Tanzania’s most visited national park. The Serengeti, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was only recently named the Seventh Wonder of the World, is most well-known for its yearly migration, which sees around six million hooves pound the wide plains. You may get an up-close look at species that you’ve only seen in the National 

Day 4 –Sogore River Circuit

You will eat breakfast at your lodge quite early in the morning. Following breakfast, you will have the opportunity to view wildlife along the Sogore River Circuit, which loops into the plains to the south of the Seronera River. Here, you will have the chance to see a variety of animals, including lions, Thomson gazelles, topis, ostriches, and cheetahs, among other animals. After returning from the morning game drive, you will also make a stop at the Visitor Center, which is located in the vicinity of the Serengeti Seronera Lodge and the public campsites. You will be able to see a wide variety of local works of art and crafts when you go to the tourist centre. 

Day 5 – Serengeti Plains – Ngorongoro Crater

This morning, before dawn, we got up and got ready to continue our exploration of the park in the hopes of seeing one of the famed Big 5 creatures that live in the area, if not all of them, as well as many other species. The early part of the day is often the greatest time for viewing. The imagination is almost always captivated by large predatory cats and other animals. On occasion, maned lions with blonde manes may be observed dozing out carelessly on the rocky outcrops or dozing off in the shade. There is a possibility of coming across a cheetah when traversing the wide plains. The buffalo thorns and sausage trees that flank the Seronera River are good places to look for leopards when they are resting. 

Day 6 – Ngorongoro Crater

The Ngorongoro Crater will be our destination for the sixth day of our trip. The world’s biggest unbroken volcanic caldera, sometimes known as the “8th Wonder of the World,” may be found in Indonesia. It is recognised as both a World Heritage site and an International Biosphere Reserve because it is recognised as one of the regions in Tanzania that has the greatest variety of interesting features. There are around 30,000 different species of animals that call these rich slopes and steep forest-covered cliffs home, including the endangered black rhino. The many ecosystems that can be found on the 260 square kilometer floor of the crater provide a home for the Cape buffalo, elephants, wildebeest, zebras, elands, gazelles, hippos, and a great number of species of birds, in addition to a significant number of carnivores.

Day 7 – Ngorongoro Crater – Tarangire National Park

We will pick you up from your accommodation at around 6:00 in the morning and transport you to Tarangire National Park for a safari drive. This park is notably well-known for the enormous number of elephants and giraffes that can be found inside its boundaries. The Tarangire River, which travels through the park, serves as a gathering place for animals not just from the park but also from the surrounding region. The park is known for its beautiful scenery and extensive collection of baobab trees. We take a break within the park to eat the lunch that we brought with us, and then we continue with the game drive. In the evening, we make ourselves comfortable in the lodge, tented camp, or campground where we will spend the night.

Day 8 – Tarangire National Park – Arusha

After indulging in a delectable breakfast, the last day of your safari tour will start as scheduled at 8:00 AM. Today, you will be travelling from Arusha to Tarangire National Park, where you will go on a game drive for the first part of the day. The enormous baobab trees that dot the terrain of Tanzania’s third-biggest national park are the area’s most famous feature. These trees tower above the animals that graze beneath them. The Tarangire River serves as the primary attraction in this park, which is most known for containing some of the biggest elephant herds in all of Africa. Lion, leopard, cheetah, lesser kudu, buffalo, Oryx, eland, giraffe, and zebra are some of the animals that might be found in this area. You will break out on your own in the middle of the day and make your way towards Arusha, where you will be delivered to the place of your choice around six o’clock in the evening. 


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Cancelation Policy: 

  • Cancellation requests made at least 35 days before the trip’s start date will incur no cancellation fees.
  • For cancellations between 11 and 34 days before the scheduled departure, a 30 percent cancellation fee will be applied.
  • Cancellations received between 3 and 10 days prior to the tour’s start date will result in a 50 percent Cancellation Fee.
  • Reservations canceled less than 48 hours before the tour begins will be subject to the full reservation fee.
  • Please note that custom excursions may have distinct cancellation policies, which will be communicated to relevant customers at the time of booking.

Our cancellation policy has been thoughtfully designed to offer flexibility while also considering the operational commitments involved in providing you with the best possible experience. Your understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated.


In what ways is the topography of Lake Manyara National Park impacted by the Great Rift Valley?

Lake Manyara National Park is situated at the foot of the Great Rift Valley, which plays a large influence in determining the park's landscape and biological features. This location contributes significantly to the park's distinctive topography and ecosystem by virtue of its location.

Why is the Serengeti such a popular destination for vacationers?

This tourist destination in Tanzania is well worth a visit at least once in your lifetime because of the large number of predators that live there as well as the Great Serengeti Migration, which features two million wildebeest. The park is bordered by outstanding tribes like as the Masai and the Hadzabe, who display the authentic culture and way of life of the people of Africa.


Other than baboons, are there any other types of primates that may be seen at Lake Manyara National Park?

Other unique species of primate may also be found at Lake Manyara National Park, such as blue monkeys and velvet monkeys, in addition to baboons. The park is home to a wide range of fascinating primates, all of which help to increase the park's already impressive level of biodiversity and provide visitors the opportunity to see these animals in their natural environment.

What are the Big Five that may be found in Ngorongoro?

Elephants, leopards, buffalos, lions, and rhinoceroses are referred to as "the big 5" in Ngorongoro Crater Tanzania. These animals are among the most sought-after by tourists who go to Tanzania on Ngorongoro Crater safaris at any time of the year. The majority of tourists who go on safari in Africa are hoping to get a glimpse of the "big five" animals.

Which language is spoken in the city of Arusha, Tanzania?

Iraqw is a Cushitic language that is spoken in Tanzania in the Arusha and Manyara Regions. The pronunciation of Iraqw is /rku/. Its population is growing as a result of the Iraqi people assimilating members of neighbouring ethnic groups. There are quite a few loanwords that come from Datooga, particularly in the lyrical language.

Is Ngorongoro a world wonder?

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area was included on the list of World Heritage Sites that was compiled by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in the year 1979. It is often referred to as the "Eighth Wonder of the Natural World," and with good reason.

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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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