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.
Though the fertile crater highlands you will get to the plains of Serengeti National Park the second largest National park in Tanzania. Serengeti National Park is comprised of the southern part, the North and western part. The southern part is covered by grassland which becomes a hunting ground for animals like the cheetah. The north and western parts is covered with the hilly tree savanna landscape. 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.
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 then continue to return to Arusha.