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Northern Safari circut, Tanzania
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4 days / 3 night

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

30 people


English, Espanol, Francais


This safari tour will take you to the 2 national parks of Lake Manyara national park, and Ngorongoro crater. When it comes to Lake Manyara National Park Located beneath the cliffs of the Manyara Escarpment, on the edge of the Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its large alkaline soda lake which is home to the pink flamingo, yellow-billed stork and heron. If you are lucky you may get a chance to see the tree-climbing lions, which are unique to this national park. Watch out for some fun antics from the local baboon population; Lake Manyara is believed to have the largest number of these primates in the World!

When you drive into the Ngorongoro crater you will arrive at the crater rim and then descend down 610m (2000 feet) into the crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is over 260km2 (100 miles2) and was formed when a massive volcano exploded and collapsed on itself 2 – 3 million years ago. It is now the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world and is often referred to as “Africa’s Eden”. Home to more than 25,000 large mammals – it is not unusual to see all of the “Big Five” (buffalo, elephant, rhino, lion and leopard) in a single day.

Our Bronze package is in 3*** Lodges, you can upgrade when booking through the “EXTRA” on the right sidebar to Silver in 4**** lodges, or Gold packages in 5***** lodges/tented luxury camps. Only select one accommodation upgrade.

Departures are on Friday and if you do not see the date you wish or have other questions please contact us for clarifications or a departure on your own date, plus other offers for our tours.

We can provide French and Spanish-speaking guides on request. Remember to read our FAQ, for guidelines on what to pack, tips and more.

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  • Ngorongoro crater
  • Lake Manyara National park


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Day 1:

Arrive at Kilimanjaro International airport, and drive to Arusha overnight at your hotel.

Day 2:

Leave Arusha at 09:30 (09:30 am), and drive for about 2 hours to Lake Manyara National Park, famous for its green scenery, varied bird life, tree-climbing lions, hippos and baboons. Dinner and overnight will take place on top of the Great Rift Valley. Overnight options: Lake Manyara Serena
Kirurumu Tented Camp, Lake Manyara Hotel, Marera valley Lodge.

Day 3:

Descend into Ngorongoro crater for 6 hours. There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo and leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site on the crater floor. In the afternoon, drive back to Arusha.

Day 4:

This day is either to relax before flying back home, or you can choose one of the other activities (waterfall visit, mountain bike tour of Arusha, snake Park visit, etc.) during the day while you wait for your flight back home.


  • Transfer from Kilimanjaro airport to Arusha
  • Accommodation before and after the safari.
  • Accommodation on full board basis while on safari
  • 2 days full safari as described above including park entry fees, lodge accommodation, 4WD Landcruiser with an open roof and sliding windows, ranger fees, Maasai warriors, unlimited game viewing within park opening hours
  • Flying doctors of Africa Emergency Rescue & Evacuation Insurance.
  • 3 meals a day while on tour
  • Mineral water
  • Entry visas
  • International flights
  • If arriving in Nairobi, Transfer from Nairobi Airport is not included, but you can book Shuttle Service with departures daily at 0800 at the sidebar.
  • Items of personal nature (Special alcohol requests, medicines, etc)
  • Tipping to the crew

Tour's Location

Northern Safari circut, Tanzania


What about tipping for drivers and guides on safari?
The guidelines for tipping are as follows. A tip is expected after the tour, and it is not included in the price. How much you tip depends on how satisfied you are with your safari, or a trekking tour.
For your safari guide, we recommend a tip of US$15-30 per day (this is per group, not per person.)
Again our drivers, guides, cooks, etc. are professional staff people, well educated, with years of experience and we also try to guide them in how to be with you as a client.
Many of the safari lodges operate a shared tip system, and there will be a box in the reception area where you can leave a tip for all staff. Check the information packs in your room as some lodges will specifically ask you not to tip individual staff members. Tips are always discretionary and if you are not happy with the service you have received you do not have to pay tips.
If you feel a guide, driver, or other staff does not approach you in the right way or give you the service you feel you are to have, we would like to hear from you, and also show us potential recordings of such if available, and we will deal with it appropriately.


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