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4 Days Tanzania Safari – a 4 Days Tanzania Wildlife Camping / Lodge Safari in Northern Circuit National Parks, This 4 Days Tanzania Camping Safari in Tanzania Northern Circuits National Parks will takes you to experience the hot and famous parks in Tanzania. You will visit and take one overnight at Lake Manyara National Park, one night at Serengeti National Park and another night at the Crater Rim of Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This program have two option clients will decide whether to tend their nights in Lodge or Budget Camping Safari in Tanzania Northern Circuit National Parks in the same Tour Program 4 days Tanzania Camping or Lodge Safari.
Day By Day Itinerary
After breakfast, the safari tour makes its way to the fertile crater highlands where the Iraqw people grow wheat, corn and coffee. At midday, you will reach the plains of the Serengeti National Park. This national park is the second largest park in Africa (largest in Tanzania) and is about the same size as Hawaii. The southern part is dominated by grassland and is therefore good hunting ground for cheetahs, while to the North and West a hillier tree Savannah landscape dominates. The Serengeti is famous for the Tanzania migration of up to one million wildebeests and two hundred thousand zebras. This migration is known as the “Great Migration” and each year, this natural spectacle is guaranteed. This impressive migration sets the Serengeti aside as a unique place to watch and observe wildlife. You will camp for the night at a campsite in the Seronera region (central Serengeti). Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner
After breakfast, you will continue your tour through the Serengeti National Park. In the Seronera Valley, you can observe wildebeests and zebras as well as lions and other big cats such as leopards and cheetahs. After lunch at a picnic place, you will slowly drive in the direction of the Ngorongoro Crater. On the way, you will pass the Oldupai Gorge that became world known due to the archaeological work of the English research couple Leaky. In the sixties, they found the oldest remains of prehistoric man here and in a small museum nearby their work is documented (a visit is optional). As soon as the crater’s edge is reached, you will have a superb view into the caldera. Your campsite for the night will be on the crater’s rim and you will be able to enjoy this once in a lifetime view as the sun sets. Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner
After an early breakfast at daybreak, you will drive down into the crater. The Ngorongoro Crater is the largest unbroken caldera in the world and fascinates with unbelievable wildlife diversity. On the grass steppe and in the acacia tree woods, you will find almost all species that are found in the East African savannah; with the exception of topis, Masai giraffes and impalas. Quite often, you can observe the “Big Five” (lions, elephants, buffalos, rhinoceros and leopards) within a couple of hours. After an extensive wildlife tour and a picnic for lunch, you will leave the caldera in the afternoon and drive back to Arusha. Breakfast; Lunch