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6 Days Tanzania fly-in Safari Ngorongoro and Serengeti

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6 Days Tanzania fly-in Safari Ngorongoro and Serengeti

Embark on a breathtaking 6 Days Tanzania fly-in Safari Ngorongoro and Serengeti adventure through the heart of Tanzania, where the timeless rhythms of nature unfold before your eyes. This remarkable journey invites you to witness one of the most awe-inspiring spectacles on Earth: The Serengeti Wildebeest Migration in the northern reaches of this iconic national park. As you traverse the rugged landscapes, you’ll also delve into the depths of the Ngorongoro Crater, often referred to as the “8th world wonder,” and explore the diverse wonders of Tarangire National Park. Get ready to be immersed in the raw beauty of East Africa’s wildlife and landscapes like never before.

Day 1: Arrival in Arusha and Fly to Serengeti National Park (North Sector)

You will be transferred to Arusha Airport for your morning flight to Serengeti North for a thrilling Wildebeest Migration Game drive. On Your Serengeti North Game Drive. The North area is a broad valley of sparse woodland and open savannah, ensuring a large resident population of lions, leopards, and elephants throughout the year. Kopje (small hills) are also a prominent feature of the area, which is bordered to the east by forested hills where the majority of tented lodges are. You’ll spend your day driving through this distinct and beautiful region of the park in search of the Wildebeest Migration and the Big Five.

Location: Serengeti National Park (North Sector)

Accommodation Option:

  Luxury       Ole Serai Kogatende Luxury Camp or Similar

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Lunch as well as Dinner

Drinking Water and Fruits Throughout the journey

 

Day 2: Serengeti National Park – Full Day Serengeti North Game Drive

Explore the Serengeti National Park with A full Day Game Drive. On Your Full Day Serengeti North Game Drive. The North Hills are covered in large acacia trees which support large amounts of elephants, giraffes, antelopes, buffaloes, and the carnivores that prey on them. It’s a fascinating opportunity to see a large number of Africa’s most iconic animals in a relatively small amount of time.

From here we’ll proceed to the Bologonja and Kogatende areas where we will eventually meet the Mara River itself. Home to large numbers of hippos and Nile crocodiles, the Mara River is the last major obstacle standing between the Wildebeest Migration and the relative safety of the Masai Mara. If you’re patient and a little lucky, you may even get to witness the death-defying crossing itself where wildebeest and zebras brave the river’s currents and crocodiles in an attempt to reach safety on the opposite bank.

Location: Serengeti National Park (North Sector)

Accommodation Option:

  Luxury       Ole Serai Kogatende Luxury Camp or Similar

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Lunch as well as Dinner

Drinking Water and Fruits Throughout the journey

 

Day 3: Serengeti North – Serengeti Central – Best for Game Drive

After breakfast, proceed to Serengeti Central for a thrilling game drive. On Your Serengeti Central Game Drive. The vast and beautiful Serengeti is one of Africa’s most awe-inspiring safari areas. The sheer volume of animals here is extraordinary: estimates suggest around one million wildebeest, hundreds of thousands of zebra and Thomson’s gazelle, and tens of thousands of impala, Grant’s gazelle, topi, hartebeest, eland and other antelopes live here – all hunted by the predators for which these plains are famous, lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas and a large etcetera.

Some of these animals resides permanently in home areas, which are excellent for safaris all year round. But most of the wildebeest and good numbers of other species are permananently on the move in the ‘Great Migration’ – a remarkable spectacle that is one of the greatest wildlife shows on earth. If you plan carefully, it’s still possible to witness this in wild and remote areas without too many fellow enthusiasts crowding the scene

 Location: Serengeti National Park (North Sector)

Accommodation Option:

  Luxury       Ole Serai Kogatende Luxury Camp or Similar

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Lunch as well as Dinner

Drinking Water and Fruits Throughout the journey

 

Day 4: Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro Conservation Area

After breakfast, proceed to Ngorongoro Conservation Area with a game drive along the way. On Your Serengeti Game Drive to Ngorongoro. The Adventurous from the Great Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Conservation Area is filled with great game viewing of deferent animals. With a great chance of spotting predators like cheetahs, Lions, leopards and thousands of wildebeests and zebras migrating accompanied with giraffes, elephants, antelopes and More

Location: Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Accommodation Option:

  Luxury       Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge or Similar

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Lunch as well as Dinner

Drinking Water and Fruits Throughout the journey

 

Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater – Karatu-6 Days Tanzania Serengeti Migration

After Breakfast descend in the Ngorongoro Crater for a thrilling full day game drive.  On Your Ngorongoro Crater Game Drive. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978, the Ngorongoro Crater has easily earned its fabled reputation as one Africa’s greatest natural wonders. The habitats on the crater floor are diverse, the wildlife varied and the concentration of animals is especially dense.

Short-grass plains thrive on the mineral-rich soil of the bowl’s floor, providing nutritious grazing for numerous herbivores. These large, mixed herds in turn attract an impressive density of predators.

Due to the enclosed nature of the Crater it has virtually formed its own ecosystem. Besides the stunning scenery, one of the main attractions of this area is the variety of flora and fauna found in a remarkably compact area all year round. In the South west corner there is the Lerai Forest, which is mainly comprised of yellow fever trees (a member of the acacia family). To the north of the forest is a shallow soda lake called Lake Magadi and to the east you will find Gorigor Swamp and the Ngoitokitok Springs where pods of hippo are to be found. The north of the Crater is, on the whole, much drier and consists of the open grasslands which characterizes the Crater floor; this is where the majority of the resident game resides.

You are guaranteed to see large concentrations of game on any Ngorongoro safari. The mineral-rich floor of this spectacular bowl is largely flat, open and covered in nutritious grasses – much to the liking of large herds of zebra and wildebeest, which graze here. These extensive open plains are also home to herds of buffalo, Thomson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle and tsessebe (often called topi). You’ll also find East Africa’s best population of black rhino here, which are often seen in open grasslands. Breeding herds of elephant pass through the Ngorongoro Crater itself only rarely, but you will see a scattering of old bulls, including some of the biggest tuskers left alive in Africa today. The only surprising absentees from the Crater are the Impala and Giraffe; it is thought that this is perhaps because of the lack of open woodlands and browsing species of trees which these two tend to thrive on.

The high numbers of herbivores support the densest populations of predators found anywhere in Africa. The reliable presence of these predators has helped to make an Ngorongoro safari so popular. The Crater’s lion population varies significantly over time, the one constant being their complete disregard of vehicles; they will hunt within yards of a vehicle, and when exhausted even seek shade beside them. Spotted hyenas are even more common here, often competing with the lion, and there’s are a small but growing number of cheetah. Leopards are around, especially in the vicinity of the Lerai Forest. Side-striped and the lovely golden jackal are often seen skulking around, whilst bat-eared foxes are a rarer sight.

Location: Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Accommodation Option:

  Luxury       Lake Manyara Kilimamoja Lodge or Similar

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Lunch as well as Dinner

Drinking Water and Fruits Throughout the journey

 

Day 6: Tarangire National Park- Arusha

After breakfast, proceed to Tarangire National Park for a half day game drive. Afternoon proceed back to Arusha. On Your Tarangire Game Drive. Tarangire National Park covers an undulating area of 2,600km2, between the plains of the Maasai Steppe to the south-east, and the lakes of the Great Rift Valley to the north and west. The northern part of Tarangire is dominated by the perennial Tarangire River, which flows north and west until it leaves the north-western corner of the park to flow into Lake Burungi. In the south are a series of vast swamps which dry into verdant plains during the dry season. Entering the park, you will realize without doubt, the most impressive feature of Tarangire is the park’s elephant migration, when huge herds push through to Tarangire’s river system and swamps during the dry season. Due to the astonishing abundance of elephant in the park, this truly is a spectacular scene with over 500 species recorded to date, the park is truly a birdwatcher’s paradise.

Tree-climbing lions are fairly common, Cheetah, however, are relatively rare. Other carnivores that roam the rolling acacia and baobab woodlands, riverine forests and dense grass, include hyena, jackal and wild dog, though wild dog are scarce and favour other areas within the Maasai Steppe.

In addition to the enormous amounts of elephant, the park is chock-full of wildebeest, zebra, eland, impala, greater and lesser kudu, dik-dik, Coke’s hartebeest, Thomson’s gazelle, giraffe, buffalo, reedbuck, waterbuck, warthog, hippopotamus, mongoose and rock hyrax! There are even a couple of unusual antelope species – the fringe-eared oryx and the gerenuk. Black rhinos are very seldom seen here, but it is believed that a few individuals dwell in the more remote regions of the park.

End of the 6 Days Tanzania fly-in Safari Ngorongoro and Serengeti.

Location: Arusha

Accommodation Option:

  Luxury       no

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Lunch

Drinking Water and Fruits Throughout the journey

 

Tour Includes on 6 Days Tanzania fly-in Safari Ngorongoro and Serengeti

  • Domestic return flights
  • Return airport transfers (pick up and drop off)
  • Private transport for 6days in a well-modified safari Extended land-cruiser (4WD, air-conditioned and pop-up roof)
  • Fuel for 6 days
  • English safari driver guide 6 days
  • Accommodation on full board (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
  • All en-route meals and bottled mineral water throughout your tour
  • All park entrance and activities feel and all applicable government taxes

 

Tour Excludes on 6 Days Tanzania fly-in Safari Ngorongoro and Serengeti

  • International and domestic flights
  • Country entry visa
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Items of personal nature/laundry/telephone charges
  • Souvenirs and gifts, Tips
  • Alcoholic and other soft drinks (sodas, special juice order at the lodge and wines)

 

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