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6 Days 5 Nights - Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro & the Bushman at Lake Eyasi

BUSHMAN EXPERIENCE.

WHEN TO GO – SEASONS

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Northern Tanzania’s wilderness is usually green and full of life at this time of year. The predators are all here to be seen. Rains in the southern Serengeti have drawn the herds south to exploit the nutrient rich short grass plains. Down in Tarangire there is a number of resident game year around. The wildlife in the Ngorongoro crater is abundant as well. There is usually a medium number of visitors at this time of year.

Northern Tanzania’s wilderness is usually green and full of life at this time of year. The predators are all here to be seen. Rains in the southern Serengeti have drawn the herds south to exploit the nutrient rich short grass plains. Down in Tarangire there is a number of resident game year around. The wildlife in the Ngorongoro crater is abundant as well. There is usually a medium number of visitors at this time of year.

In March, there is usually a low number of visitors at this time of year. Northern Tanzania’s wilderness is usually green and full of life at this time of year. The predators are all here to be seen. Rains in the southern Serengeti have drawn the herds south to exploit the nutrient rich short grass plains. Down in Tarangire there is a number of resident game year around. The wildlife in the Ngorongoro crater is abundant as well. 

In April you may experience more rain than other times of year, but generally there are fewer safari vehicles and still abundant wildlife. The wilderness are shades of vibrant greens. This is one of the best times to explore the eastern Serengeti plains and the abundant wildlife in the Ngorongoro crater.

In May there is more rain than other times of year, but generally there are fewer safari vehicles and still abundant wildlife. The wildernesses are green. This is also a fine time to explore the eastern Serengeti plains and the Ngorongoro craters abundant wildlife.

June is the beginning of dry and cold season, chilling especially at night and morning. This time of the year Tarangire offers less wildlife numbers than previous months. The Serengeti migration herds will be meandering between center and western and wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater is a must see. The number of safari vehicles is medium in June.

The region is usually dry, and the grass turns yellow. At Tarangire and Serengeti masses of wild game gather along the rivers and water ponds. Much wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater. The number of people in the parks is high in this season.

The region is usually dry, and the grass turns yellow. At Tarangire and Serengeti masses of wild game gather along the rivers and water ponds. Much wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater. The number of people in the parks is high in this season.

The region is usually dry, and the grass turns yellow. At Tarangire and Serengeti masses of wild game gather along the rivers and water ponds. Much wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater. The number of people in the parks is high in this season.

In October the region is completely dried out. Serengeti and Tarangire wildlife only gather at water sources to quench their thirst. A medium number of visitors are in the parks at this time.

The number of visitors in the parks are low in November. A season of short rains usually occurs at any time during November and December. Showers generally happen in the night and are short lived. Temperatures are warm during the day and can drop considerably at night. The first thunder showers start to build over the Serengeti rolling plains and relieve the wild residents from the dry habitat. In Tarangire there are a number of resident game year around. The Ngorongoro crater is abundant with wildlife. 

A season of short rains usually occurs at any time during November and December. Showers generally happen in the night and are short lived. Temperatures are warm during the day and can drop considerably at night. The first thunder showers start to build over the Serengeti rolling plains and relieve the wild residents from the dry habitat. In Tarangire there are a number of resident game year around. The Ngorongoro crater is abundant with wildlife. The number of visitors in the parks are medium in December.

Detailed Itinerary

Accommodation Level: Mid range-Tented Camp and Lodges.

Upon your arrival to Kilimanjaro International Airport, you will be met by our airport representative and transferred to your city hotel for your itinerary briefing. A refreshing overnight stay, before embarking on your adventure. 

Arusha / Tarangire

Driving distance 118km – 2hrs

We will depart after a nutritious breakfast. Let’s head to Tarangire for game viewing. When dry season starts the sun sucks the moisture from the earth.  The dust turns red, the grass dries to brown, the only river has shriveled. Yet and still teems of wildlife still thrive. Thirsty nomads roam hundreds of miles knowing that this river never dries out.
Elephant herds excavate the dry riverbed for underground stream water. While migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle and eland congregate the shrinking water.

Picnic lunch will be served, then we continue game viewing until sunset. Evening will meet us back at the hotel for dinner and siesta. 

Overnight stay at Country Lodge

Country Lodge / Serengeti National Park

Driving distance 132km – 2hrs 45mins

After breakfast let’s adventure the Serengeti where we will visit the ever-resourceful Massai tribe. We will discover their extraordinary ways of living. Afterwards we will continue our scenic drive through the acacia woodland. The productive grasslands will provide us many opportunities to encounter wild animals. 

When afternoon sets in, lunch will be served, then game viewing will continue. There will be plenty of sightseeing circuits. The huge granite boulders serve as shade for wildlife on hot days. By evening we will retire back to camp for dinner.

Overnight stay at Serengeti Thorn Tree Tented camp

Full Day Game Drive in the Serengeti

First, we wake up to an energizing breakfast. Then set out for game viewing at this famous predator paradise. The buffalo are a sight to see in the Serengeti with their massive horns. Birds ride the backs of buffalo, in harmony with the big beast. Afternoon lunch is served in the park. 

Thereafter we will continue game viewing, learning and understanding wildlife. As the sun goes down, we will return to the camp for dinner and overnight stay.

Overnight stay at Serengeti Thorn Tree Tented Camp

Serengeti / Ngorongoro

Driving distance 110km – 2hrs

The day starts with a hot cup of coffee. Thereafter we begin our adventure at 6am. The Serengeti at sunrise is truly a heavenly experience.  We will return to the camp for breakfast, then depart again for some game viewing. There are so many varieties of wildlife to see. Let’s head past the eastern plains to the Naabi main gate. Then we will exit the Serengeti in the late afternoon, towards the rim of the Ngorongoro crater, to arrive at the lodge as the sun sets.

Overstay at Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge

Ngorongoro Crater / Lake Eyasi

We will leave the lodge after an early breakfast. Let’s explore the inspiring crater floor. With abundant water sources, many animal species are supported. The crater attracts grazing animals all year around, including wildebeests, zebras, gazelle, buffaloes and hartebeest.  This wilderness is truly a haven for wildlife. Let’s visit the Black Rhino sanctuary.

Lunch will be served at the crater floor thereafter you will ascend the crater wall and drive to the Lake Eyasi for overnight stay.

-Overnight stay at Lake Eyasi Safari lodge,

Lake Eyasi / Arusha

After breakfast you will depart towards the bushman habitat of the Hadzabe tribe. One of the few ethnic groups still holding their traditional ways of living. This tribe speaks using clicks of the tongue and they are still very nomadic. Hunting wild animals with bow and arrows as well as gathering wild fruits, roots and honey.

Traditional caves or huts made from sticks and grass are still made by the Hadzabe. Upon your arrival at their residence, you will first learn their tradition ways of living. Then we will join warriors of the tribe to learn about hunting. After a remarkable morning you will return to the compound to witness a dunce bye then head to the lodge, past a Datooga village.

In another semi-migrant tribe, they also live in huts made from sticks and mud, their origins are thought to be from Ethiopia, or south Sudan. They are recorded to have moved more south to today Tanzania.  these people resemble Maasai in their way of living. They are polygamous, raise cattle and the men walk with spears. Women dress gowns made from animal skins and have tattoos around the eyes.

-Overnight stay at Olerai Lodge 

-You will be transferred to Kilimanjaro International Airport to fly out of the country or Arusha Domestic Airport and fly to Zanzibar or join another wildlife safari if extended excursions are selected.

  •  PRICE FROM: $2,720pps.
  • All entry fees,
  • Government Taxes,
  • Unlimited Mineral water while on safari.
  • All cultural tour activities mentioned  in itinerary.
  • All accommodations while on safari in full board (FB) basis.
  • Accommodation night upon your arrival in Arusha and after a safari in bed and breakfast (bb) basis,
  • All transfers mentioned above, upon your arrival and departure from Kilimanjaro International Airport or Arusha domestic airport.
  • Service of Professional English speaking driver guide. Option of French, Spanish and Germany speaking guide during your safari bookings.
  • 4WD Land-Cruiser equipped with (popup) opened roofed for safaris, window seats, seat belts, radio wave, fridge and multiple outlet for recharging battery and device.
  • Gratuity
  • All Personal Items (Example toiletries, cameras)
  • Excursions and activities not listed in the itinerary

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