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Duration :   9 Days
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9 Days Mid Range Safari Overview:

Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime experience of 9 Days 8 Nights Mid Range Safari Package in Tanzania that spans nine days and strikes the perfect mix between affordable and comfortable accommodations. This excursion, which may start in either Arusha or Moshi, offers memorable experiences with the local animals and breathtaking views of the surrounding terrain. As the day’s activities come to a close, you’ll make your way back to the warm and inviting lodge, where you may ruminate on the once-in-a-lifetime opportunities you’ve had. Don’t pass on this one-of-a-kind opportunity—book your trip on this incredible adventure right now to ensure you get a slot!

Day 1 – Arusha/Moshi – Lake Manyara

We will bring you to Lake Manyara National Park so that you may get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is a park that is known all over the globe and is known for its outstanding concentration of huge animals. You will find yourself immersed in the breathtaking scenery of the Rift Valley, which is famous for its soda ash lake, tree-climbing lions, and brilliant flamingos. Ornithologists will feel as if they have arrived in heaven here due to the abundance of bird species, which includes flamingos, pelicans, cormorants, and a great deal of other birds. Lake Manyara is well known as the place where “Big Game” may be found, in addition to its bird wonders.

Day 2 – Lake Manyara – Serengeti Plains

In the morning, after a hearty breakfast, you will set off on an adventure to the world-famous Serengeti National Park, which will take roughly six hours to travel the distance of 205 kilometres. We will say our goodbyes to the highlands as we travel past the picturesque hilltop farmlands of Karatu and the mesmerising scenery of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. As you make your way further into the heart of Africa, you will be treated to a level of luxury that is somewhere in the middle. The limitless plains of the Serengeti will spread out before you, alive with a wide variety of animal life.

Day 3 – Serengeti Plains

Get up bright and early to have a delectable breakfast before meeting up with your guide to spend the whole day discovering the Serengeti Plains. Enjoy game drives in the morning and afternoon, followed by a picnic lunch. This will provide adequate time for you to see the many parts of the park and the diverse animal population it contains. Be on the lookout for a wide variety of animals, including but not limited to lions, elephants, giraffes, cheetahs, serval cats, wild dogs, black rhinos, topis, buffaloes, impalas, and hyenas.

Day 4 – Serengeti Plains

It is important that you be aware that the public campground does not have any kind of enclosure, and that you will need to follow the laws of the park while also exercising utmost care. Keep in mind that you are seeing wild animals in the environment in which they were born, and not zoo animals. Even in this remote area, it’s far less dangerous than walking about on the crowded streets of New York. Even if nighttime trips to nearby resorts and bars are possible, we politely ask that you bring your own supply of alcoholic beverages from Arusha. Tented camps, the Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge, and the Seronera Wildlife Lodge are all located within a short distance of one another.

Day 5 – Serengeti Plains

After a hearty breakfast, go on a game drive that will last the whole day and take you all across the Serengeti National Park. The Lobo area, which can be located to the north of Seronera, is known for having some of the best resident game and is a popular destination throughout the year. Elephants, buffalo, gazelles, zebras, lions, leopards, and cheetahs are some examples of animals that do not migrate and are likely to be seen by travellers. This less-traveled region of the Serengeti Plains makes it possible to see animals for longer periods of time without the interruption of a large number of cars.

Day 6 – Serengeti Plains – Ngorongoro Crater

Upon entering Serengeti National Park, you will be welcomed by the spectacular panorama of grasslands that stretch as far as the eye can reach in every direction. We will go to the Lobo area, which is found directly to the north of Seronera. The world-famous wildebeest migration comes through Lobo twice a year, creating a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see an incredible sight. During these incredible travels, your voyage will start and finish in Kenya, where your experience will unfold.

Day 7 – Ngorongoro Crater

On the very last day of your journey, an early start is in store for you. Around 6:30 in the morning, after a quick breakfast, you will begin your descent into the Ngorongoro Crater. The Ngorongoro Crater is the biggest complete, dormant, and unfilled volcanic caldera in the world. It has a huge floor that spans roughly 260 square kilometres and has a depth that is more than 6000 feet. An African elephant, a buffalo, a black rhino, hippos, hyenas, cheetahs, and lions are just some of the animals that may be seen during a game drive that lasts for five hours and takes place on the crater floor.

Day 8 – Ngorongoro Crater – Tarangire National Park

After a scrumptious breakfast at your lodge to kick off the day, you will go on an exhilarating hike down into the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater. This enormous caldera, which is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites network, is home to a wide variety of animals, including the “Big Five.” Over 500 different kinds of birds have been seen inside the crater’s limits, making it a veritable paradise for birdwatchers. Find flamingos on soda lakes, magnificent eagles in the sky, and colourful birds hiding in the branches of trees.

Day 9 – Tarangire National Park – Arusha

After an experience you won’t soon forget on your game drive around the crater, make your way up to Tarangire National Park, which is famous for its large elephant herds and old baobab trees. After a long day of adventuring, it’s time to settle inside your cosy lodge, relax, and reflect on the events of the previous day. In the afternoon, have a thrilling game drive through the many ecosystems that can be found in Tarangire, which include forests, grasslands, and swamps. Be on the lookout for elephants drinking from the watering holes, lions snoozing on the grass, and beautiful giraffes hiding in the trees.

Join us on a spectacular 9-day safari in the middle range. Today is the day to ensure that you have a spot on this trip of a lifetime.

Cancelation Policy:

Our cancellation policy strikes a compromise between the flexibility necessary to meet your needs and the operational obligations necessary to provide you an unforgettable experience. This is what you need to be aware of:

  • Requests to cancel the trip that are received at least 35 days before the date on which it was originally planned to begin will not be subject to any cancellation costs.
  • A cancellation charge equal to thirty percent of the reservation price is assessed for any changes made between eleven and thirty-four days before the scheduled departure.
  • The cancellation charge is increased to 50 percent if the notice of cancellation is received between three and ten days before the scheduled start date of the trip.
  • In the event that a reservation is cancelled less than forty-eight hours before the start of the trip, the entire reservation cost will be charged.
  • Please be aware that the cancellation terms for customised excursions may change, and you will be provided with details about these policies when you make your reservation. We are thankful to have your cooperation and understanding in this matter.


What prevents Ngorongoro from being designated as a national park?

The Ngorongoro Crater is not a national park but rather a reserve that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, the Maasai people are allowed to coexist with wild animals and their domestic animals. This is not conceivable inside the boundaries of the national parks, since human habitation and the keeping of domestic animals are prohibited there.

What should one wear to the Serengeti National Park?

Instead of wearing dark blue or black clothes, which tends to attract tsetse flies, try wearing neutral or khaki-coloured clothing instead. Sunglasses, bug repellent, sunscreen, and hats with broad brims are required items for outdoor activities. After dark, you should take precautions against being bitten by mosquitoes by protecting yourself with long trousers, long-sleeved shirts, socks, and insect repellent.

Is there a bathroom in the Serengeti?

You may be wondering, given that you will be smashing liquids to keep yourself cool and hydrated, what the situation is with the toilets! There are plenty of restrooms located throughout the national parks, but depending on where you are when you feel the need to answer nature's call, the next one might be more than an hour away.

Is Hindi a commonly used language in Tanzania?

The majority of African Tanzanians are fluent in both Swahili and the traditional language of their ethnic group, in addition to Swahili. Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu are the most common languages used by Tanzania's Asian communities in their daily interactions.

Which religion is the majority practised in Tanzania?

There is no official information about the religious affiliation of the Tanzanian people; nonetheless, estimations suggest that 80 percent of the population is either Muslim or Christian, and 15 percent are animist; however, this is only an approximate number. The Sunni school of Islam is the predominant school of thought practiced in Tanzania. The vast majority of Tanzania's population adheres to the Christian faith.

Is the water in Arusha, Tanzania?

The majority of the water sources in the Arusha area need defluorination to provide drinkable water. The sole method of defluorination that is now accessible is the use of bone char filters, which are provided to parts of the communities at the point of use. However, these filters are only able to service individual families and a very limited population.

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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