Safari Itineraries
There is one simple rule: the more time you spend on a safari, the more you will see.

We offer one to seven day itineraries, which are described below. A minimum of three days is encouraged. If your schedule allows for it, we highly recommend the five day safari. It is the most popular choice amongst our clients, who leave very content with the balance of time between traveling, game drives, and down time.

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1 Day (Arusha National Park)
Day 1 – Drive to Arusha National Park for a game drive with picnic lunch. Return to Moshi.

2 Days (Tarangire, Ngorongoro Crater)
Day 1 – Drive to Tarangire for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast, Proceed to Ngorongoro for crater game drive with picnic lunch. Return to Moshi.

3 Days (Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire)
Day 1 – Drive to Lake Manyara for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast, Proceed to Ngorongoro Crater for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 3 – Breakfast, Proceed to Tarangire for game drive with picnic lunch. Return to Moshi.

4 Days (Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater)
Day 1 – Drive to Tarangire for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast, Proceed to Serengeti with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 3 – Breakfast, game drive in Serengeti with picnic lunch. Return to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Dinner and overnight.
Day 4 – Breakfast, Drive to Ngorongoro Crater for game drive with picnic lunch. Return to Moshi.

Note that we do not visit the Serengeti on itineraries less than 4 days. The Serengeti is an 8-hour direct drive from Moshi, and shorter itineraries do not allow time to travel and view game.
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Our 5 day safari is our most popular itinerary. It visits four parks and is highly recommended.

5 Days (Lake Manyara, Olduvai gorge, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire)
Day 1 – Drive to Lake Manyara for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast, Drive to Olduvai Gorge for picnic lunch. Proceed to Serengeti for dinner and overnight.
Day 3 – Breakfast, Full day game drive in Serengeti. Picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 4 – Breakfast, Proceed to Ngorongoro Crater for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 5 – Breakfast, Game drive in Tarangire with picnic lunch. Return to Moshi.

6 Days (Lake Manyara, Olduvai Gorge, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire)
Day 1 – Drive to Lake Manyara for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast, Drive to Olduvai Gorge with picnic lunch. Proceed to Serengeti. Dinner and overnight.
Day 3 – Breakfast, Full day game drive in Serengeti. Picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 4 – Breakfast, Full day game drive in Serengeti. Picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 5 – Breakfast, Proceed to Ngorongoro Crater for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 6 – Breakfast, Game drive in Tarangire with picnic lunch. Return to Moshi.

7 Days (Lake Manyara, Olduvai Gorge, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire)
Day 1 – Drive to Lake Manyara for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast, Drive to Olduvai Gorge with picnic lunch. Proceed to Serengeti. Dinner and overnight.
Day 3 – Breakfast, Full day game drive in Serengeti. Picnic Lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 4 – Breakfast, Full day game drive in Serengeti. Picnic Lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 5 – Breakfast, Full day game drive in Serengeti. Picnic Lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 6 – Breakfast, Proceed to Ngorongoro Crater for game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight.
Day 7 – Breakfast, Game drive at Tarangire with picnic lunch. Return to Moshi.

Typical Safari Day

The days begin with a hot breakfast at the hotel or tented camp, followed by travel to a destination or a game drive if you are already in a park.

Driving times between destinations will vary but they typically range between one to three hours. Note that the roads are not paved, so expect a bumpy and dusty ride, known as an “African massage.

Souvenir Shopping

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You will have the opportunity to shop for souvenirs during your safari. There are markets in Karatu, located just south of the gate into the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, that you can visit. There you can find local arts and crafts like paintings, jewelry, wood carvings and pottery.

A word of warning – you will be justifiably appalled at the starting prices that shopkeepers will insist on for their items. But don’t be deterred. Haggling is customary in Tanzania and something that is expected of you. So don’t get frustrated or angry. Keep your sense of humor and be friendly and try to strike up a fair deal. Cut at least half the price or more. Depending on the product, you should be able to purchase it for 25%-50% of the initial price.

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