Safari takes you to the most exciting National parks in Tanzania to Serengeti National Park, Lake Manyara National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. If one has limited time and doesn’t want to miss out then this is an ideal tour.
Transferring to the Lake Manyara National Park the home of the tree climbing lions comprised of dense woodland is amazing. Lake Manyara National Park is a habitat of the long tailed Guenon monkeys, about 500 elephants, baboons, antelopes, gazelles and different bird species. You will have an opportunity to see all these wildlife through the game drive with a picnic lunch in the park. After the game drive you will continue to Kirurumu Manyara Lodge for dinner and overnight.
The journey will start from the cooler regions in the crater then continue to Southern Serengeti. Serengeti National Park is one of the national park that forms the largest reservation area on earth besides Ngorongoro Reservation and the Masai Mara National Park hence a continuous wildlife ecosystem. Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is known for the 'Great Migration' each year. During the migration, more than one million wildebeest plus various zebras follow the rains. In the seasons of October and November the wildebeests and zebras move southwards to the plains from the mountains of the north looking lush pastures. From April to June the rainy season the herds return. Besides the migration, Serengeti National Park is a beautiful national park.
Game viewing is best done during dawn this is before breakfast at the lodge. Then after breakfast at the lodge another explorative tour to Serengeti National Park will continue. During the game drive you will have an opportunity to see the zebras, wildebeest, lions, leopards and cheetahs then proceed to Ngorongoro Crater. The journey will take you through the Olduvai Gorge a place where deposits of human evolution was found. Continuing you will get to the crater's rim giving you chance to view the massive caldera and down to its floor which lies 600m below.
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.