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9 Days 8 Nights Luxury Safari Overview :

Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that will take you throughout the stunning landscapes of Tanzania over the course of nine luxurious days and will combine affordability with magnificence. This incredible journey may start in either Arusha or Moshi, and it offers unforgettable experiences with the local fauna as well as stunning views of the landscape. Retreat to a cosy and welcoming 9 Days 8 Nights Luxury Safari lodge at the end of each action-packed day so that you can think back on the once-in-a-lifetime adventures you’ve just enjoyed. Do not pass on this one-of-a-kind chance. Today is the day to secure your spot on this unforgettable adventure!

Day 1 – Arusha/Moshi to Lake Manyara: A Grand Arrival

Your journey begins with a relaxing drive to Lake Manyara National Park, a world-famous jewel that is home to exceptional concentrations of magnificent species. The spectacular panorama of the Rift Valley, complete with a soda ash lake, tree-climbing lions, and bright flamingos, becomes more apparent. The abundance of different bird species, such as flamingos, pelicans, cormorants, and a great deal more, will seem like a veritable paradise to anybody who is passionate about birds. Lake Manyara is known as the home of the “Big Game,” and it promises to provide wildlife wonders that cannot be matched by any other location, making it the ideal starting point.

Day 2 – Lake Manyara to Serengeti Plains: The Lap of Luxury

After indulging in a superb breakfast, set off on a captivating trip to the world-famous Serengeti National Park, which will take around six hours and cover 205 kilometres. As you make your way out of the highlands, you will drive by the gorgeous hilltop farms of Karatu as well as the captivating Ngorongoro Conservation Area. As you go further into the heart of Africa, you will encounter a degree of luxury that is the very definition of extravagance. You are about to embark on a luxury safari experience unlike any other as you see the endless plains of the Serengeti spread out before you.

Day 3 – Serengeti Plains: A Day of Enchantment

After getting some much-needed rest and indulging in a mouthwatering breakfast, arrange to meet up with your tour guide. Spend the whole day exploring the Serengeti Plains, going on wildlife drives in the morning and in the afternoon, and breaking up the day with a luxurious picnic lunch in between. Explore the park and learn about the many different kinds of animals that live there. Be on the lookout for a wide variety of animals, including as the well-known “Big Five” (lions, elephants, giraffes, and cheetahs), as well as black rhinos, topis, buffaloes, impalas, and hyenas.

Day 4 – Serengeti Plains: Wilderness Luxury

Keep in mind that the public camping does not have any fences, and that you are required to follow the restrictions of the park while also practising extreme care. These are not zoo animals but rather wild animals living in their native environments. In this secluded environment, the risk of being hurt is far lower than it would be in a crowded metropolis. Even if going out for the night to one of the local resorts or bars is a possibility, it is strongly advised that you carry your own supply of alcoholic drinks from Arusha. Tented camps, the Seronera Wildlife Lodge, and the Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge are all situated in close proximity to one another.

Day 5 – Serengeti Plains: An Extraordinary Safari Day

After indulging in a delectable breakfast, set out on a game drive that will last the whole of the day and cover the all of Serengeti National Park. The Lobo region, which can be found to the north of Seronera, is well-known for the native game that can be found there and receives tourists throughout the whole year. These creatures do not migrate, so tourists should be prepared to see elephants, buffaloes, gazelles, zebras, lions, leopards, and cheetahs in their natural habitats. The unspoiled and less visited areas of the Serengeti Plains make it possible to watch animals for longer periods of time without the distraction of people.

Day 6 – Serengeti Plains to Ngorongoro Crater: Witness the Migration

When you first reach Serengeti National Park, you’ll be met by vast grasslands that spread in every direction as far as the eye can see. Travel to the region of Lobo, which is located to the north of Seronera. This is where the famed wildebeest migration takes place twice a year, and you are in for an unforgettable show when you get there. Experience the amazing trip that the migration takes, which begins and ends in Kenya, on a remarkable journey that you will never forget.

Day 7 – Ngorongoro Crater: A Wildlife Paradise

On the last day of your trip, you will want to get an early start. After a hasty breakfast, you will start your descent into the Ngorongoro Crater around 6:30 in the morning. This enormous caldera, which is included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is home to a diverse population of creatures, including the “Big Five,” who are considered to be among the most impressive in the world. A paradise for anyone who like watching birds, the crater is home to more than 500 different kinds of birds. Flamingos may be seen on soda lakes, beautiful eagles fly through the air, and colourful birds can be found hidden in the limbs of trees.

Day 8 – Ngorongoro Crater to Tarangire National Park: A Luxurious Interlude

After an exciting game drive within the crater, make your way up to Tarangire National Park, which is famous for its large elephant populations and its old baobab trees. After a day filled with exciting experiences, you may relax in the comfort of your luxurious lodge and take some time for introspection. In the afternoon, you will go on a thrilling game drive, during which you will travel through a variety of habitats, including woods, grasslands, and swamps. Be on the lookout for elephants drinking from the watering holes, lions lazing about in the grass, and graceful giraffes tucked up in the trees.

Day 9 – Tarangire National Park to Arusha: A Grand Finale

Take a moment to reminisce about the incredible game drive you just been on, and then make your way back to Tarangire National Park. The day comes to a head with an extravagant trip to Arusha, which is the destination that is most well-known for its vast elephant herds and enormous baobab trees. Here, luxury will exceed even the loftiest of your aspirations, assuring that the grand finale of your safari will be filled with nothing but pure delight.

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Cancellation Policy: 

Our cancellation policy has been carefully crafted to provide for a degree of flexibility while still honouring the necessary commitments imposed by our business. Here is the information that you need to know:

  • Requests to cancel that are submitted at least 35 days before the date that the trip was scheduled to begin will not be subject to any cancellation fees.
  • When the reservation is cancelled between 11 and 34 days before the intended departure, the customer is responsible for paying a cancellation charge of 30 percent.
  • If the trip is cancelled between three and ten days before it is scheduled to begin, the customer is responsible for paying a cancellation charge equal to fifty percent of the total cost of the trip.
  • If a reservation is cancelled with less than 48 hours’ notice before the beginning of the trip, the entire amount of the reservation will be charged.
  • Please be aware that the conditions for cancelling a bespoke trip may vary, and that you will be provided with details about these terms when you make your reservation. We are thankful for both your understanding and your willingness to cooperate.


What makes Ngorongoro Crater stand out from Tarangire National Park as a more impressive destination?

The terrain of Tarangire National Park is more varied, including open grasslands, woodland, and baobab trees. This park is bigger than its neighbour, Amboseli National Park. The Ngorongoro Crater National Park is a smaller park with a more contained terrain, consisting of a massive, continuous crater that is home to a diverse diversity of animals. The park is located in Tanzania.

Which animals are the most difficult to find in the Serengeti?

The East African Oryx is the species that faces the greatest risk of extinction within the Serengeti environment. During the dry season in Tarangire, the best time to see these animals is when they are looking for water. The East African Oryx is a magnificent animal to see because of its delicacy and nimbleness.

On this safari, what are the necessary preventative measures that I need to take?

When travelling in the park, you should always pay attention to the directions given by your guide and remain in the vehicle at all times. You need to be alert to your surroundings at all times, and you shouldn't go too close to any wild creatures.

Who makes their home within the Ngorongoro Crater?

The Maasai are the most well-known of the several ethnic groups that live in Ngorongoro, and they now account for 98 per cent of the people there. The other two per cent are Datooga, and there are very few Hadzabe families who reside on the extreme border of Ngorongoro at Lake Eyasi. Both of these groups make up the remaining two per cent.

What is the lion population like in the Serengeti?

It is believed that the Serengeti National Park is home to the biggest population of lions in Africa with about 3,000 individuals living there.

Why is the Ngorongoro Crater such a popular tourist destination?

Because it is home to a remarkable variety of plant and animal life, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is without a doubt the most incredible tourist site you will ever find. The Ngorongoro Crater, which is both a World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve, is home to a wide variety of animal species as well as several breathtaking volcanic craters and landscapes.

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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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