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Safari Overview :

Experience the spectacular Great Migration on a safari that lasts for 8 days and takes you through the natural treasures of Tanzania. Your tour will start in Moshi or Arusha, where you will immerse yourself in the culture of the area. This will prepare you for an experience unlike any other on your trip. Tarangire National Park is home to an incredible variety of animal life, while Lake Manyara National Park is renowned for its verdant landscapes and tree-climbing lions. Both parks may be found in Tanzania. The Ngorongoro Crater, which is on the list of sites that are protected as World Heritage by UNESCO, extends an invitation for you to embark on a game drive that will last the whole day and provide you with opportunities to see the “Big Five” among the stunning landscapes. During the months of December through May, visitors to the Ndutu Conservation Area, which is a haven for wildlife aficionados and photographers alike, may see the Great Migration. Your journey comes to a close at the world-famous Serengeti National Park, where the boundless grasslands and incredible animals will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. Before continuing on with the rest of your trip, round it off with a game drive in the Serengeti first thing in the morning. This will leave you with unforgettable experiences and a profound appreciation for Tanzania’s breathtaking landscapes. Join the Great Migration and make your safari reservation as soon as possible!

Day 1: Arrival / Moshi / Arusha

Moshi or Arusha, the starting point of your wonderful safari journey, will be the place where you are greeted with a kind greeting as soon as you arrive in Tanzania. Your adventure will begin with a calm check-in at your hotel, where you will have the opportunity to rest and get ready for the exciting days that lie ahead. You will be given a friendly introduction to the lively culture of the area, as well as a rundown of the next safari experience. As you prepare to turn in for the night, take in everything that Tanzania has to offer in terms of its natural beauty and kind hospitality.

Day 2: Moshi/Arusha – Tarangire National Park

Your journey begins with an early-morning drive to the spectacular Tarangire National Park, which is often regarded as the crown jewel of Tanzania’s game parks and reserves. When you begin your game drive in Tarangire, you will be met with the remarkable variety of creatures that make their home in this region. The park is well-known for its very large elephant herds, its thriving wildlife, and its breathtaking vistas. As you make your way throughout the park’s varied topography, you’ll have a lot of chances to snap photos that capture the park’s natural splendour and post them online. After an eventful day filled with remarkable encounters with the local animals, you will retreat to your comfortable accommodations, where the sounds of the African bush will lull you into a quiet bed.

Day 3: Lake Manyara National Park

The first part of today will be spent travelling to Lake Manyara National Park, which is famous for its verdant groundwater forest as well as the mesmerising alkaline Lake Manyara itself. During your game drive, you will get an up-close look at some of the park’s most interesting residents, including as pink flamingos and tree-climbing lions. Appreciate the natural splendour of the area as you learn about the park’s unique plants and animals. After you have finished exploring, you will make your way back to your lodging where you may unwind and think about the animals you saw throughout the day.

Day 4: Ngorongoro Crater for a full-day game drive

As you make your way to the well-known Ngorongoro Crater, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you should be ready for a day filled with excitement. Because of the one-of-a-kind environment that the crater has, it serves as a safe haven for a diverse population of animals, which makes it an ideal place for an all-day game drive. Be there to see the extraordinary interactions that take place amongst the residents of the park, including the famous Big Five. Your day spent in the crater is sure to be filled with unforgettable experiences with the local flora and fauna as well as breathtaking panoramas. You will make your way back to your lodging just as the sun is beginning to drop in order to get some much-needed slumber.

Day 5: Ndutu Conservation Area

You continue on your adventure as you make your way to the Ndutu Conservation Area, an area that is rich with animals, particularly between the months of December and May. You’ll get the opportunity to see the Great Migration, which is when large herds of wildebeest and zebras travel over the savannah, as well as have some exciting game drives while you’re here. This location provides some fantastic possibilities for wildlife photography. As you travel through this region and discover the unique species and breathtaking scenery that make up this area, you will be awestruck by the splendour of the Ndutu Conservation Area. Following a thrilling day of exploration, you will go back to the cosy lodging you’ve reserved so that you may unwind and recharge.

Day 6: Serengeti National Park

You are about to go on an expedition that will lead you to the illustrious Serengeti National Park, which is famed for its vast plains and diverse animal population. You will experience an amazing game drive during which you will come see a wide variety of animals, such as the “Big Five,” cheetahs, and many other kinds of birds. The views of the Serengeti are mesmerising, and you’ll be surrounded by the sights and sounds of the African wilderness throughout your visit there. You’ll go back to your lodging at the end of a day that’s been jam-packed with unforgettable animal encounters so that you can relax and think about everything that the Serengeti has to offer.

Day 7: Serengeti National Park

Your second day in the Serengeti is sure to be filled with even more spectacular encounters with the local animals. Game drives may make the most of the park’s extensive and varied ecosystems, which provide the ideal setting for such outings. You may be able to get a glimpse of some of the world’s most elusive predators, see the Great Migration (when it’s in season), and be awestruck by the breathtaking scenery of the Serengeti. As the day comes to a close, you will make your way back to the place where you are staying, bringing with you unforgettable memories of your interactions with the animals that live in the park.

Day 8: Departure

Your fantastic journey across Tanzania on safari will come to an end, but not before you get one more opportunity to take in the breathtaking scenery of the Serengeti on a morning game drive. After you have said your goodbyes to the park, you will be transferred to the nearest airstrip (Ndutu Airstrip from December to May, Grumeti Airstrip in June, July, and August, and Kogatende or Lobo Airstrip from September to November), where you will catch a flight to your next destination, which could be Zanzibar, Arusha, or Kilimanjaro. Your trip has been a rich tapestry of remarkable experiences, including meetings with amazing animals, visits to breathtaking landscapes, and other things that will remain with you long after you have returned home.

Join the Great Migration and book your unforgettable Tanzanian safari adventure today!

Cancelation Policy:

We are aware that life may be unpredictable, and as a result, you may find it necessary to cancel your reservation at some point. Our cancellation policy is to strike a balance between the needs of our business and those of our customers. If you make the decision to cancel your tour, the cancellation costs that apply to your reservation will be calculated according to the time that we receive your request to cancel, and they will be stated as a percentage of the total cost that you paid for the trip.

  • If your notice of cancellation is received at least 35 days before the scheduled departure of the trip, you will not be responsible for any cancellation costs.
  • Cancellations submitted between 11 and 34 days before the beginning of the trip are subject to the following fees: There is a cancellation fee of thirty percent (%) that will be applied.
  • If you cancel the tour between three and ten days before it begins, you will be charged a cancellation fee equal to fifty percent of the total cost of the trip.
  • In the event that you cancel the trip less than 48 hours before it is scheduled to begin, you will be charged the full price of the excursion. This indicates that there is no possibility of receiving a refund of any portion of the tour fee.

Please be aware that for customised excursions, separate cancellation policies may be in effect; we will provide you with details about these policies when you make your reservation. We strongly suggest that you look into purchasing travel insurance, as this might assist you in recouping part of your expenses in the event that you are forced to cancel your trip for a cause that is covered by your policy. We really hope that you won’t need to cancel, but in the event that you do, we want to make sure that our cancellation policy is straightforward and fair.



Is Tanzania Food halal?

Islam and Christianity are the two predominant faiths in Tanzania, despite the country's diverse religious population. Outside of the resorts, halal cuisine may be available, so if you find yourself in Stone Town and are looking for a typical East African biryani, stop by the Ma Shaa Allah Cafe on Mkunazini Street.

How many percent of Tanzania's population are Indian?

Less than one percent of Tanzania's total population is comprised of Indians, and the number of Indians in Tanzania is estimated to be about sixty thousand in 2023. Settlements of Indian commercial and artisan communities dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries may be found in Tanzania.


Which holiday has the most significance in Tanzania?

This nationally recognized holiday is always observed on the ninth of December. The termination of British control in Tanganyika, which is now known as Tanzania, was a cause for celebration among Tanzanians in the past. Today is Tanzania's National Day, a day on which the Tanzanian people celebrate their nation's independence with parades, speeches, and the flying of flags.

In Dar es Salaam, is it OK for me to wear shorts?

You should wear either knee-length shorts or long pants with a polo shirt when you go to the local markets, bazaars, and other attractions in the area. Long trousers are preferable. It is advisable to refrain from wearing tank tops, shorts or skirts that are shorter than the knee, as well as any other forms of clothes that expose the shoulders or thighs.

Why is Dar es Salaam such a well-known city?

Dar es Salaam is a key economic centre and is one of the cities in the world that is expanding at one of the quickest rates. It is located on the coast of Swahili. In 1865 or 1866, Majid bin Said, the first Sultan of Zanzibar, established the town that still bears his name. It served as the principal administrative and economic hub of German East Africa, Tanganyika, and Tanzania throughout the colonial era.

Is it safe for Muslims to live in Tanzania?

Tanzania is home to the island of Zanzibar. Tanzania, a country that is geographically next to Kenya and has a sizeable Muslim population, is likewise recognised as a halal-friendly destination.

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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