4-Day Camping Safari
This is a budget safari that goes to one day Tarangire, two days/one night in Serengeti and one day Ngorongoro. Accommodation used in this tour is camping (tents) and budget lodge.
What to bring:
-Warm clothes, nights can be chilly especially in Ngorongoro
Tarangire National Park
Today our safari Adventure begins! After breakfast, pick up from your hotel and drive for 2 hours to Tarangire National Park. The park is well known for its large elephant herds and abundance of Ancient Baobab trees (the largest trees in the continent). From the open roof of the vehicle we will experience the seasonal swamps, savanna and Tarangire River which is full of wildlife ranging from a large variety of birds to giraffes, impalas, zebras, lions, leopards, elands, warthogs and elephants. The picnic site has a spectacular view. We will have our picnic lunch there and proceed with game viewing before continuing to Fig tree lodge, where we will be able to relax and enjoy dinner and have an overnight.
Serengeti National Park
After breakfast we will depart for Serengeti. A long and bumpy road will take you in about 4-5 hours of a fascinating game on route driving up the crater highlands towards the vast plains of Serengeti. We will stop for a picnic lunch before we check in the park for an afternoon drive. After catching the sunset, we will proceed to Seronera campsite for dinner and overnight.
Serengeti National Park
Today we will wake up very early in the morning (around 6 am) for a sunrise game drive and to spot the animals when they are most active. We will then stop at a picnic site to enjoy breakfast in the bush and continue with the game drive before returning to the camp (around noon) for hot lunch, load the vehicle, depart camp and continue to Ngorongoro where we will have dinner and overnight at Simba campsite
Today we will have an early breakfast and descend to the crater immediately. This stunning place will offer you with almost every species of wildlife indigenous to East Africa including the rare black rhino and if we are lucky we might spot one. You will choose whether to have picnic lunch at the Hippo Lake or hot lunch at the camp. We will then head back to Arusha. We expect to be back in town around 5 pm, although we are flexible in case there is a flight to catch.
-Government Park Fees
-A professional driver-guide
-Game drives on a pop-up roof 4x4 vehicle with window seats guaranteed
-Meals, bottled water
-Wine & Beer
-Free high-quality binoculars
-Camping equipment (sleeping bag, tent & mattress)
-Airport pick up
-Tips and gratitude for driver-guide and Safari cook
-All things of personal nature
-International and domestic flights