- Wilderness & Hadzabe Cultural Experience -
This package offers the ideal wildlife safari one could possibly ask for. Visit Tarangire National Park home to heads of elephants and baobab trees. You’ll be amused and amazed by the largest and only unbroken caldera in the world, the Ngorongoro Crater, known as The Garden of Eden. You’ll experience the culture up with a town tour of Arusha giving you a chance to see what Arusha has to offer. Get a chance to pick up souvenirs and eat local food (Nyama Choma). Then you’ll be dropped off at your destination.
Day 1: Arusha - Tarangire National Park
Have breakfast at the hotel. You'll be picked up with packed lunches and start to drive to Tarangire National Park. In the afternoon, you will have your lunch served with drinking water, and soft drinks. This charming Quiet Park is a hidden jewel, especially when you like to experience an authentic safari in northern Tanzania. Its unique landscape, dotted with thousands of baobabs is spectacular. The park is choked with wildlife, especially during the dry season, when animals crowd around the only permanent water source in the area, the Tarangire River. Elephants are the undisputed stars in Tarangire. During the dry season, this park has one of the largest concentrations of elephants in the world! Later, you will drive to the lodge for your dinner and your overnight stay.
Day 2: Ngorongoro Crater
After a breakfast at the lodge and depart with packed picnic lunch boxes to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Arrive at around 8:30 am at the gates of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Here, you will first start to appreciate the majesty of one the largest intact calderas in the world and one of the most spectacular sights in the whole of Africa.
Then you will descend into the crater floor for a day of game watching. All of the Big Five including rhinos, lions, leopards, buffalo, and elephants live in this wonderful caldera alongside zebras, hippos, wildebeest, hyenas, and many more. View spectacular birds including flamingos on the Soda Lake, geese, storks, and vultures. Enjoy your lunch at the picnic site at Ngoitoktok swamp, a hippo pool, before you continue the safari while ascending the crater.
At the end of the day, you will be back at the lodge for your dinner and overnight stay. This is an amazing and best experience in Tanzania, luck you had one today
Day 3: Hadzabe & Datoga Cultural Experience
An exciting journey through time to the last hunter-gatherers in East Africa, the Hadzabe. During your visit, you have the opportunity to participate in hunting in the bush, an unforgettable and authentic experience. We also visit their neighbours at Lake Eyasi, the Datoga - skilled blacksmiths, who make everyday objects out of scrap metal, for example arrowheads and knives for the Hadzabe.
Before we visit the Hadzabe and Datoga at Lake Eyasi, the first day of the safari takes you to the Tarangire National Park. The park is home to the largest elephant population in northern Tanzania and impresses with its great scenery and giant baobab trees.
Day 4: Lake Manyara National Park
After Breakfast, you will proceed to Lake Manyara Nationa Park for a half day game drive. Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its tree-climbing lions. The park's lions tend to climb trees far more often than lions in the Serengeti National Park or Tarangire National Park. This phenomenon has baffled scientists and seeing tree climbing lions on a game drive is an unforgettable experience
Lake Manyara national park is known for having large herds of elephants which can be seen as tourists explore the destination.
The national park was established to protect the elephants from danger and threats such as poaching. In the mid-day you will have your lunch and after lunch you will drive back to Arusha for your departure to Zanzibar or any other destination of your choice.
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.