- Wild & Cultural Experience -
An unforgettable way to round off your African safari
The main reason to visit the Lake Eyasi area is to learn about the culturally diverse local tribes including the Hadzabe (Bushmen), Datoga and Barabaig people. Most guests organize these visits through their Tanzanian tour operator but we can assist you if you wish. Some of our lodge staff will be happy to walk with you down to the lake-shore and the swimming pool is always a welcome oasis.
“Until lions tell their tale, the story of the hunt will glorify the hunter” — African Proverb.
Day 1: Arusha - Tarangire National Park
Pick up from the Lodge early morning and start a beautiful journey to Tarangire National while carrying lunch boxes. Once game drive is over we drive back to the lodge for relaxation and overnight.
Tarangire Park is well known for its large elephant herds, consists of a diversity of landscapes, from seasonal swamps to savanna with the Tarangire River wending its way through the parklands. It is possible that we will have the experience of seeing Lion stalking his prey or leopards watching whilst relaxing in the trees above.
Once game drives is done, we drive to your lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Lake Eyasi visit for a Cultural Experience
Once you enjoy your breakfast, our safari guide will drive you to Lake Eyasi where you meet the Hadzabe tribe, this tribe is famous for hunting, so you will be able to go hunting with them and see how they do hunting.
Once you are done with Hadzabe you will be taken to another tribe called Datoga tribe. This tribe is well known and experienced in Blacksmiths skills.
Furthermore, you will be able to stretch your legs by walking around Lake Eyasi and the visit of local village around there.
After all these activities, you will be taken back to the the lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Ngorongoro Crater - Arusha
After breakfast, then depart to Ngorongoro for game drive inside Ngorongoro Crater while carrying lunch boxes. Once we finish the game drive we will transfer you to Arusha where safari ends.
This park constitutes the largest uninterrupted caldera in the world and one of the natural wonders of Africa: with the presence of about 30,000 large mammals resident all year round (such as buffaloes, lions, elephants, cheetahs and rhinos) and many varieties of birds (such as flamingos, eagles, buzzards. Be ready to see many animals here within few time.
The departure dates for all our African safaris and tours packages are totally flexible according to your own personal needs. Please contact us for further and more detailed information.
Please note all trip prices are based on our own Company costs, fees, and supplier prices in effect at the time of booking. We reserves the right to alter trip prices should inflation, cost of fuel, labor, materials, or exchange rates change. If the Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA) raises park fees, or any hotel, lodge, camp or any other service provider raises their rates, We reserves the right to require additional payment from the client.