This 12 Days Camping Safari in Tanzania will take you to the few of fabulous Tanzania National Parks for amazing game view with full of wildlife’s scenes. The tour takes in Tarangire National Park, which is well known for its large group of elephants and giant baobab trees, followed by another game drive in Lake Manyara, renowned for its tree-climbing lions, the great view of the rift valley and green forest. In addition, the safari will also take you to Serengeti National Park for 3 days, intentionally arranged to give you more time in Serengeti for a chance to see big cats such as lions, leopards, and cheetah. You will also visit Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Natron for more game drive and cultural experience.
After breakfast depart to Tarangire Park for Game drive. This is the classic Africa of lore with shimmering acacia stands, old baobab trees, Masai herds and herds of elephant. After arrival we game drive towards Tarangire Safari Lodge, beautifully sited on a bluff overlooking the Tarangire River, arriving at lunch. We will depart on an afternoon game drive. Afternoon drive to the campsite for Dinner and Overnight.
After breakfast, depart for Lake Manyara National Park, famous for its tree climbing lions and large flocks of flamingoes. The park contains five distinct vegetation zones and is of scenic beauty.
After breakfast, leave Lake Manyara for Serengeti via Olduvai Gorge, lunch en route. On arrival, proceed for a game drive. The park covers 14,750km2 of open plains making it one of the largest in the world. The rocky outcrops commonly known as Moru kopjes in the eastern part of the park are of scenic beauty and occasionally cats can be seen lazing on them. The park contains vast herds of wildebeest, zebra, gazelle and other antelopes.
Morning and afternoon game drives in the Serengeti with a lunch and leisure break at the lodge in the midafternoon. The term Serengeti means endless plains in Maasai language. In the central plains, there are carnivores like leopard, lion, hyena, and cheetah. This park is normally the scene of the annual migration of wildebeest and zebra that occurs between the Kenyan Mara and the Serengeti. Varied bird
species can be seen here including eagles, ducks, geese, egrets, vultures, secretary birds, ibis, stork, herons, kites, pelicans, cranes and guinea fowl.
After breakfast, with your packed lunch boxes, you go for a full day of game drive in the park, your guide will take you to places where you will have an opportunity to see many wild animals and taking beautiful photos. Return to the Camp/lodge in the late evening for dinner & overnight.
After breakfast, depart Serengeti and drive to Ngorongoro crater. Game drive and Picnic Lunch en route to Ngorongoro Simba campsite
After breakfast, you will take a picnic lunch with you descend 610m into the crater floor for game viewing, breaking for lunch at the ELerai picnic site. The crater is 14.5km wide and is home to all the big five and hence the same may be seen. Hippos, cheetah, antelopes and the spotted hyena are other species commonly seen as well as flamingoes on the crater lakes.
Breakfast at around 0700am. Proceed to Lake Natron, taking back roads through distant Maasai villages. Along the way, pass through acacia woodland before reaching the flatlands of Lake Natron. View antelopes, ostrich, and giraffe along the way. Reach Lake Natron in the afternoon and spend a relaxing evening by the river at Lake Natron Campsite.
Spend all of the day exploring the river and waterfalls near the campsite of Lake Natron. Trek across the mineral lake observing the many birds that feed on the lake. Eat a hot lunch at the campsite and chat with the local Maasai. If interested, climb Oldonyo Lengai, a volcanic mountain in Lake Natron. Begin hiking at midnight, reaching the peak at dawn. View the molten lava in the volcano and descend the mountain to return to camp for a hot breakfast. Proceed with a Game drive.
Breakfast at 0700am. Drive to the foot of Mount Oldoinyo
Lengai with your porters. Trek 5 - 6 hours to the summit.
Breakfast at the rooftop of Oldoinyo Lengai. Since the late 1980s, activity at Ol Doinyo Lengai has been witnessed by many observers. The activity is usually centered in one or more of the small cones that have been formed on the crater floor by previous eruptions of lava. Eruptions have typically taken the form of open lava pools or lakes that may or may not be overflowing, lava flows issuing from holes or cracks inside or near the base of the cones, or lava splashes or fountains from the summit vents of the cones. The activity is not well understood but is thought to be a function of the plumbing of the crater, the level of the lava within the plumbing, and the gas content of the lava.
No one knows what causes the lava to flow out at any particular time or how the various vents in the crater are interconnected. Mineralogists would like to understand how the lava evolves under the surface and why it has its unusual chemical composition, but that also is unknown.
Breakfast. Descend to the foot of the mountain where the jeep will pick you up and drive to Arusha.
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Published on: Thursday 7th , March, 2019