Day 1: Journey to Tarangire National Park
The two hours’ drive leads you to Tarangire National Park comprised of seasonal marshes; endless tree savannah with Baobab trees is a home of the elephant. It’s best to visit Tarangire National Park drying the dry season from July to October. This is because Tarangire River is the only source of water during the dry season hence a concentration of wildlife. Through the game viewing in Tarangire National Park you will watch wildlife like Elephants, wildebeests, zebras, lions, antelope, buffaloes, leopards and gazelles. While in Tarangire National Park you will have a wild tasty picnic Lunch then proceed to Maramboi Tented Camp for an overnight and dinner.
Journey to Ngorongoro Crater the world's largest unflooded caldera - a feature formed by the collapse of land following a volcanic eruption is unforgettable. Ngorongoro Crater is a habitat of an estimated 25000 mammals. The caldera is truly amazing and breathtaking with different wildlife which include buffalo, elephants, wildebeest, antelopes, zebras, gazelles, hyena, hippopotami, and warthogs; if lucky you will see the leopards and lions. After that the miraculous wildlife, you will return to Arusha.