21 Days Best of Tanzania Safari

21 Days

On this 21 days holiday package you will visit Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara National Park, Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National park and Mount Kilimanjaro. You will climb Kilimanjaro – the highest mountain in Africa and you will also relax in the idyllic tropical beaches of Zanzibar – the spice islands.

Overview

On this 21 days holiday package you will visit Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara National Park, Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National park and Mount Kilimanjaro. You will climb Kilimanjaro – the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world.  You will also experience the beauty of a Northern Tanzania safari and the idyllic tropical beaches of Zanzibar – the spice islands.

 

For the Kilimanjaro climb, you have the option to choose between Machame Route, Rongai Route, and Umbwe Route; you will do the six days version of whichever of the three routes you select.

  • Machame Route – this route is usually done in 6 – 7 days; for this tour package, you will do the 6 days version.
  • Rongai Route – this route is usually done in 6 -8 days; for this tour package, you will do the 6 days version.
  • Umbwe Route – this route is usually done in 6 days.

Itinerary

Upon arrival at Arusha Airport (ARK) or Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), our driver will drive you to your hotel in Arusha. Depending on the time of arrival you will also have time to explore the city and the vibrant Maasai market where you will shop for souvenirs. If you arrive late, do not worry, you will still have time to go shopping on the last day of Safari.

Dinner and overnight accommodation at your hotel in Arusha.

From day two to day seven(inclusive), you will climb and descend Mount Kilimanjaro on either Machame Route, Rongai Route or Umbwe Route; you will do the six days version of whichever of the route you select. Please follow the links in the tour details section above to see the detailed day by day climbing itinerary for each route.

On the day of descent (the seventh day), our driver will drive you from the mountain gate to your hotel in Arusha; the rest of the day will be spent relaxing as you prepare to go on safari the next day.

Today you will visit Olpopongi Maasai Village where you will experience traditional Maasai culture in an authentic setting; you will interact with the Maasai as they go about their daily routine.

In the afternoon, you will head out to Shanga Cultural Village where you will interact with friendly locals dedicated to promoting local arts and crafts. At Shanga you will also have the opportunity to sample local cuisine served in an open-air restaurant.

After breakfast your driver will drive you to Tarangire National Park for a day of game viewing; although dominated by elephants, Tarangire also offers a great opportunity to see giraffes, waterbucks, impalas, baboons, warthogs, hippos, and spotted hyenas.

Lions, leopards, and cheetahs can also be seen in the park, but they are rarer compared to the other animals.

Dinner and overnight accommodation at a lodge around Tarangire.

Early in the morning, you will be driven from Tarangire National Park to Lake Manyara National Park where you will enjoy a day of game viewing. Lake Manyara National Park is located within the Great Rift Valley and is dominated by a towering escarpment on one side and an extensive shallow lake on the other side.

At Lake Manyara National Park, you will see elephants, the world famous tree-climbing lions, giraffes, buffaloes, wildebeests, hippos, impalas, baboons, and monkeys. The lake also attracts many birds; you will see many resident and migratory birds but the most noticeable of these birds are the pink-hued flamingos.

In the evening, you will be driven to Karatu for dinner and overnight accommodation.

After breakfast your driver will drive you to Lake Eyasi; this region is home to the Hadzabe bushmen who have managed to preserve the ancient ways of life. At Lake Eyasi an authentic cultural experience awaits you; the Hadzabe bushmen will willingly show you where they live and how they hunt and live their daily lives.

On this day you will also pay the Dagota pastoral nomads and herdsmen a visit; this is another tribe whose culture is well preserved. The Dagota culture resemble that of the Maasai but apart from being pastoralists, they are also blacksmiths; they make knives and arrowheads which they trade with the Hadzabe bushmen.

The weather around Lake Eyasi is nearly always very hot and intense, but this is what the experience truly African and unique.
Late in the afternoon, your driver will drive you back to Karatu for dinner and overnight accommodation.

After breakfast, you will be driven to Ngorongoro Crater a place like no other in world; here, the largest unflooded caldera in the world is home to approximately 30,000 animals at any time. Ngorongoro Crater has the highest concentration of wild animals in Africa and these animals co-exist with humans; the Maasai people live and graze their animals inside the crater along the wild animals.

You will see herds of buffalos, elands, zebras, wildebeests, warthogs, hippos, rhinos and elephants; large populations of predators such as lions, cheetahs, leopards and hyenas also thrive here due to the rich availability of prey.

In the evening, you driver will drive you to a hotel on the crater rim for dinner and overnight accommodatio

After a very early breakfast, your driver will drive you to the Serengeti – a land of endless plains, huge herds of wildebeests and the finest of African predators. Serengeti is the most visited park in Tanzania due to its grandeur and diversity of big game and predators.

You will arrive around noon and late in the afternoon, you will head of four a game drive before return to you hotel/camp for dinner and accomodation.

These two full days will be spent following the great migration in the Serengeti; depending on the time of the year, you will observe one of the following aspects of the great migration.

– Wildebeest Calving (Calving Season – Ndutu Region): January to March
– Grumeti River Crossing – Grumeti River: May to July
– Mara River Crossing – Mara River: August to October
– Migration back to the Serengeti (from Masai Mara): November & December

Dinner and overnight accommodation at a lodge/ a wilderness camp inside the Serengeti.

After breakfast, your driver will drive you to Seronera Airstrip which is located inside Serengeti National Park; from here, you will fly on a light aircraft to the spice islands of Zanzibar.

On arrival in Zanzibar, our guide will drive you to your hotel in Stone Town; late in the afternoon, you will head out for a tour of Prison Island. Prison Island, is home to a historical slave museum and giant tortoises. In the evening, you will head out to Forodhani Gardens where you will enjoy seafood with the locals; here the catch of the day is prepared and sold to locals and tourists.

Dinner and overnight accommodation at your hotel in Stone Town.

After breakfast, you will head out to the historical Stone Town where time seems to have stood still; here you will see ancient wind alleyways as they were walked upon by the inhabitants of the city hundreds of years ago. You will also see historical buildings and places such as the House of Wonders (Beit al ajaib), the Palace Museum(People’s Palace), the Arab Fort and the Slave Chambers amongst many other attractions.

You will also visit crafts shops, coffee shops, and the central market. Late in In the afternoon, you will be driven to Nungwi beach where the rest of the day will be spent at leisure on the beach.

Dinner and overnight accommodation at your beach hotel in Nungwi.

Thes three days will be spent at leisure on the beach; you can add in a number of water sports to your beach routine. Depending on your preferences, you can also engage in diving, snorkeling, paragliding, jet skiing and beach volleyball. Late in the afternoons, you will enjoy watching beautiful sunsets as the sun disappears across the turquoise Indian Ocean.

Dinner and overnight accommodation at your beach hotel in Nungwi.

On this day we will drive you to Zanzibar Airport for your departure flight back home.

Is Mt Kilimanjaro in Zanzibar?

Zanzibar is about a distance of 391 km (243 miles) away from Mount Kilimanjaro. The most popular airlines that fly into and from Zanzibar International Airport are Precision Air, Air Tanzania, Qatar Airways, Coastal Aviation, and Auric Air.

How do I get from Zanzibar to Serengeti?

The most recommended way to get Serengeti from Zanzibar is to fly to Seronera airstrip in the central region of the Park, from Zanzibar Island. There are scheduled flight options available for booking, say using various airlines and charter flight operators like Flightlink.

Is Mount Kilimanjaro close to the Serengeti?

Does Kilimanjaro rise above the Serengeti? We already know it doesn’t as these two locations are 200 miles apart from each other.

Are there mountains on Zanzibar?

There are 4 named mountains in Zanzibar North. The highest and the most prominent mountain is Uwemba Hill.

Which safari is closest to Zanzibar?

Nyerere National Park & Selous Game Reserve
The closest to Zanzibar Island is Nyerere National Park & Selous Game Reserve, home to more than half of all Tanzanian elephants. This area still breathes the atmosphere of the past and timeless Africa.

Can you fly from Zanzibar to Serengeti?

For travelling on business or for pleasure, Expedia makes it easy to book your flights from Zanzibar to Serengeti National Park. Operating between them 3 flights per day, 20 airlines cover the route. And fly direct, getting you to Seronera Airstrip in just 1hours.

What is the best national park near Zanzibar?

Zanzibar’s only national park, Jozani-Chwaka Bay protects a variety of wooded habitats, the most important of these being the largest-surviving stand of the mature indigenous forest that once naturally covered much of the island, and the extensive mangroves that line the southern end of Chwaka Bay.

Price Includes

  • Accommodation during the safari, Kilimanjaro climb & Zanzibar beach holiday
  • Transport in 4×4 safari vehicle with a popup viewing roof
  • Professional guides
  • Park fees including taxes
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Bottled Water
  • Airport transfers (Kilimanjaro International Airport – JRO or Arusha Airport – ARK)
  • Flying Doctors (AMREF) insurance during the safari
    Mountain Cooks & Porters

Price Excludes

  • Expenses for optional activities
  • Expenses for personal spending e.g souvenir purchases,etc
  • Drinks (Alcoholic and soft drinks)
  • Visa fees
  • Tips or gratuities
  • Travel insurance

Optional Safari Activities:

  1. Balloon Safari (USD 500 per person)
  2. Maasai Village Visit (U$DD 50 per vehicle)
  3. Night Game Drive Tarangire or Lake Manyara (USD 120 per person)
  4. Ngorongoro Crater Rim Walk (U$D30 per person)
  5. Visit to the Olduvai Gorge and museum (U$D 40 per person)

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

21 Days Best of Tanzania Safari
From $6799
/ Adult

Let’s view Tanzania.

Is the most significant joint partner company for all your travels. It will take you to the mother land of KilimanjaroZanzibar and to the extension of East Africa on request for individuals and groups.

Tanzania is best county for Tourism Attraction, When to start name TANZANIA and literally puts the “ L” and “V” in Lets view Tanzania

 

Why Book With Us?

Translate »