Day 1: Airport – Arusha. Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport. Where our representative will pick you up and transfer to hotel for the overnight. Accommodation at Kibo Palace Hotel.
Day 2: Arusha - Tarangire National Park. Breakfast. Then exit to the Tarangire National Park famous for the large concentration of elephants. And during the dry season many species can be observed moving into the waters of the Tarangire River. Huge flocks of gnus, zebras, elephants, antelopes and Oryx gather until the rains come back from that to other areas. Dinner and overnight at Tarangire safari lodge - Full board basis
Day 3: Tarangire - Lake Natron. After breakfast drive towards Lake Natron. Lunch dinner and overnight at Lake Natron camp where you can see the "mountain of God" Oldonyo Le Ngai a few meters from the camp. This name 'Oldonyo Le Ngai' derived from the Masai language means "Mountain of God", the mountain is located on the exterior of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, northeast along the Lake Natron. Situated at an altitude of 2,878 meters above sea level, is the only active volcano in the area that erupted in 1966, 1983 and 2006 and 2007. Dinner and accommodation at Lake Natron Tented Lodge.
Day 4: Lake Natron Full day. Day dedicated to visit the nearby waterfall Ngarasero. Walks through the area. Ngarasero fording the river several times, we reach the falls of the same name. Bomas and opportunity to visit Masai villages, visiting the sacred mountain of the Masai 'Oldonyo Ngai Le (2,878 mts). This mountain is the only active volcano in Tanzania at the failure of the Rift. The climb begins at 1 am, during the climb (4-5 hours) and fall (about 6 hours), will be accompanied by Masai guides. Those who do not make the ascent, made a walk through the area. Dinner and overnight at Lake Natron Tented Lodge.
Day 5: Lake Natron - Serengeti N.P. After breakfast drive to the Serengeti National Park. We will have packed lunches for you so you can have plenty of time to spot animals in the Serengeti. Although there have written millions of words about the Serengeti National Park, all can be summarized in a few 'is one of the most unusual of the world'. The Serengeti-a name that seems to conjure up all that is wild in Africa, 14,763 sq kms, became a protected park in 1921 and in 1951 National Park. Dinner and overnight at Lobo wildlife lodge.
Days 6 - 7: Serengeti N.P full days. Breakfast. Days spent exploring the park, game drive following the tracks from their extensive plains in search of the Big Five. Hopefully we can see the herds of lions. Also abound white buffalo, zebras, giraffes and gazelles. The buffalo population has increased, benefiting from predators such as lions, cheetahs and hyenas. We will take a short rest for lunch. Evening enjoy the sunset in savannah. Dinner and lodging at Seronera Wildlife Lodge.
Day 8: Serengeti N.P - Ngorongoro Crater. Breakfast. Morning safari in the last will of the Serengeti, before collecting the lunch picnic out of the way to Ngorongoro crater. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the best place to see black rhino in Tanzania as well as the lions of black mane. There are also large numbers of flamingos and other varieties of waterfowl. Also we can see predators such as leopards, cheetahs, hyenas and herbivores of the family of antelopes and other small mammals. Lunch. En route pass by Olduvai Gorge, also known as the cradle of humanity. Optional visit to a Masai village to learn about their customs, their bomas and their way of life. Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge.
Day 9: Ngorongoro C.A - Lake Eyasi. Breakfast. In the morning down inside the crater. By a steep dirt road reddish us an open passage between lush vegetation that will take us to the bottom of the crater, offering an incomparable spectacle. Habitat for more than 25,000 mammals, including the Black Rhino, in danger of extinction. Lakes, acacia forests, extensive grasslands are the habitat of many kinds of animales.
Picnic lunch and then go out into the lake Eyasi. On a dusty road leads to the northern shore of Lake Eyasi, one of which inhabit the alkaline lakes of the Rift fault. Fresh water sources in the northeast of the lake makes the grass grow where one inhabits varied wildlife including leopards, hippos, different kinds of monkeys, flamingos, storks and pelicans among other birds. Arrival and then leave to visit the tribes Hadzabe and Datoga. The Datoga dressed in similar colors to the red of the earth where they live, and tattoo circles around the eyes. Dinner and overnight at Tindiga tented lodge – Full board basis.
Day 10: Eyasi Lake - Lake Manyara N.P. Breakfast. We will have to leave with Bushmen very early in order to hunt with them. Is very interesting to see how they hunt and eat what we hunt. And then to Manyara National Park. In Manyara after a picnic lunch, leave on a photo safari to the best time to see animals in this park. As we approach from the East Rift Valley can be seen emerging from its foothills lake. In the tall trees of Lake Forest, monkeys jumping between branches and elephants on the slopes relax in the shade of acacias. Other animals that frequently are found are leopards, zebras, Impalas, giraffes, buffaloes, lions, hippos and other animals. Dinner and overnight at Lake Manyara Hotel – Full board basis
Day 11: Lake Manyara N.P - Arusha - Airport: Breakfast. Continue towards the city of Arusha, lunch and a little walk to see the city and people. Then transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport to catch the flight back to home.
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