Ultimate5 Days – Tarangire, Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater
Day 1- Arusha to Tarangire
Pickup i the morning from your Arusha hotel, then travel to Tarangire National Park for a full day of game viewing with a picnic lunch. The majestic baobab trees that dot Tanzania’s third-largest national park are renowned for dwarfing the creatures that forage beneath them. The Tarangire River serves as the park’s focal point and is home to some of Africa’s biggest elephant herds. Lion, leopard, cheetah, lesser kudu, bison, oryx, eland, giraffe, and zebra may be present here. After the wildlife drive, you’ll return to your camp or lodge, where a delectable dinner is waiting for you.
Day 2 – Tarangire to Serengeti
You’ll leave after a satisfying breakfast and journey through endless grasslands as you make your way to the Serengeti National Park. Possibly the most amazing wildlife refuge in the world is the Serengeti. An afternoon wildlife drive through the endless Serengeti plains will give you the opportunity to spot large herds of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles as well as a pride of lions relaxing in the shade. During the lengthy game drive itself in the morning, a picnic lunch will be served. A hearty supper and a restful night in your lodging bring the eventful day to a close.
Day 3 – Central Serengeti
Either enjoy a leisurely breakfast before leaving for a full day of wildlife viewing at around 9:00 AM with a packed lunch, or stay in the lodge until around 6:00 PM. Alternately, you could go on an early-morning wildlife drive at 6:00 AM. Return to your lodging after breakfast, unwind for a while, and then leave for a wildlife drive in the afternoon with a packed lunch. Today, you will wander around the Serengeti National Park’s center.Due to its incredible population of lions and leopards, the legendary Serengeti National Park is the most well-known safari location. One of the park’s richest wildlife habitats is the Serengeti’s central region, or Seronera area. It has the Seronera River, which serves as an important water supply for this region and draws wildlife that is broadly representative of the Serengeti’s species. One must really keep an eye out for the numerous lion pride that flourish in this area during the migration’s off-season. The interactions and continued existence of this lion pride offer year-round great game viewing opportunities. The day will end by 5PM and include a picnic lunch during the full-day game excursion.
Day 4 – Serengeti to Ngorongoro
You will go on a morning wildlife drive in Serengeti National Park following breakfast. Later, take a picnic lunch and leave for Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The biggest collapsed volcanic crater in the world, Ngorongoro Crater is fourteen kilometers long and fourteen kilometers wide. A ring of dormant volcanoes surrounds Ngorongoro Crater, and the floor, which is dotted with watering holes, provides refuge to about 30,000 animals. A hearty supper and a restful night in your lodging bring the eventful day to a close.
Day 5 – Ngorongoro Crater Tour to Arusha
You will commence early on the final day of your safari. After a quick breakfast, you’ll start your early morning descent into the crater bottom at around 6:30 AM. The biggest intact, inactive, and empty volcanic caldera in the world is the Ngorongoro Crater. It has a huge floor area of about 260 square kilometers and a depth of more than 2000 feet. You will see a lot of wildlife activity during the five-hour game drive on the crater floor. Keeping the digicam at the ready is unquestionably advised. There are numerous African elephants, bison, black rhinoceroses, hippos, hyenas, cheetahs, and lions. After eating a picnic lunch at the lovely Hippo pool, you will start the ascent to the crater’s upper exit.