Tarangire National Park, Lake Eyasi and Ngorongoro Safari- 3 Days

3 Days
    • Arusha / Moshi
    • Professional, English-speaking guide
    • Local English-speaking guide, other languages on request
    • Available
    • Lodge / Campsite
    • All meals will be provided (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
    • Let's view Tanzania
    • Pop-up roof 4x4 vehicle to Transportation from the airport and throughout the safari
    • Culture Tours
    • 2 - 18



    This Tanzanian safari has recently been included in our list of tours and uniquely offers tours to the rugged Lake Eyasi. The first day is spent in the majestic Tarangire National Park, where you have the chance to view ancient baobab trees and large herds of elephants.

    The following day you will study the local Hadzabe and Datooga tribes, residing in Lake Eyasi.

    An untouched culture, these tribes live according to ancient customs and traditions, hunting and gathering and living off the land. The third day is spent at the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO heritage site famous for its own ecosystem and endangered animals.

    This itinerary is a perfect combination of price and quality; guests stay in comfortable lodges and hotels throughout the tour.

    A professional driver-guide will lead your trip through the African bush and be able to answer any questions about the unique African wildlife you will see on a safari in Tanzania.


      Day 1 :

      The group arrives at Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO). Participants are met by a representative of Let's view Tanzania and transferred to a hotel in Arusha.

      Note: The hotel cost only includes breakfast. Check-in starts at 2:00 PM.

      In the morning after breakfast (around 7:30 AM) your safari guide will arrive at the hotel and inform the receptionist that he is waiting for you. After meeting up with your driver you will travel to Tarangire National Park, and by 10:00 AM you will already be on your first safari!

      In this park you have the chance to see lots of wild Tanzanian animals (lions, buffalos, giraffes, zebras, etc.), but above all else it is famous for its astonishing number of elephants, who typically tend to stay close to their drinking source, the Tarangire River.

      You should be aware that this is wild nature, so the guide cannot make any guarantees on the presence of specific wild animals, but you can be sure he will do his best to find everything you're looking for! The Let's view Tanzania team has its own radio channel that the drivers use to communicate to other guides and collaborate on searches for rare species.

      At lunch time you will be provided a meal, after which the safari will continue. In the evening you will be transferred to the hotel.

      Additional notes:

      This is your first day on safari, so we ask that you please pay special attention to the national parks visitor rules and our company recommendations.

      During the safari it is strictly prohibited to exit the vehicle, except for in specially designated areas. Violations of this rule may be accompanied by large fines for the company, including the revocation of its license.

      Off road driving is also prohibited, as such behavior may cause irreparable damage to the fragile balance of the natural ecosystem.

      During the safari you are allowed to smoke, but be extremely careful about how you extinguish and dispose of cigarette butts, as they are a frequent cause of fires in the savanna.

      In addition, we sincerely request that you not put your feet on the safari car's seats, nor sit on the back of them, because this type of behavior quickly makes the cars unusable.

      Thank you in advance for your understanding.

      Early wake up time, breakfast and travel to Lake Eyasi with a visit of Hadzabe (Bushman) village, where you can watch their daily life and participate in real hunt with them. In the afternoon you will have a break and driver will give you lunch-boxes. After this stop the safari will continue, and by evening you will be transferred to a hotel.

      On this day it is best to leave the hotel as early as possible so you can see the variety of animals that are only active during the morning hours; breakfast will be packed in lunchboxes specifically for this purpose. At 6:30 AM you will set off for Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and after about an hour you will already be inside the crater.

      Ngorongoro is one of the most famous and interesting of Tanzania's national parks because here you can find the greatest number of different animal species per square kilometer. You will have the chance to see buffalo, elephants, lions, wildebeests, zebras, hippopotamus and feline species such as caracals and servals. The luckiest travelers might even see a rhinoceros, an animal whose numbers are rapidly declining.

      By lunch time you will arrive at the lake side, where you will be offered lunchboxes, after which the safari will continue.

      In the evening you will be transferred back to the hotel in Arusha/ Moshi.

      Rest in the hotel and transfer to the airport.

      Note: Hotel check-out is at 11:00 AM. In case you need a late check-out because of an evening flight, you have the option to extend your hotel stay till 6:00 PM for an extra fee.

      How far is Lake Eyasi from Ngorongoro Crater?

      Lake Eyasi is located about 75 km from the Ngorongoro Crater and 100 km from the Serengeti.

        Where in Africa are the Hadzabe and Datoga tribe located?

        The Hadzabe are hunter-gatherers who live only in Tanzania, in Lake Eyasi. There are estimated to be around 1300 Hadzabe people living in Tanzania. The Hadzabe indigenous wisdom contains the belief that we are all related, including all living and inanimate beings.

          How many days do you need at Ngorongoro Crater?

          While the Ngorongoro Crater can be explored in one full day, you may want to consider spending three or more days in one or various lodges and camps in the Serengeti. If visiting the Selous or Ruaha, give yourself a minimum of two full days to traverse these scenically different safari destinations.

            Is it worth going to Tarangire National Park?

            It is a good choice for travellers who wish to encounter more animals and less tourists while on safari. The Tarangire National Park is known as a wonderful birding destination and also features large numbers of game, particularly during the dry season, when the Tarangire River is the only source of water in the area.

              Which month is best for Ngorongoro Crater?

              June is one of the best times to visit the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The ‘long rains’ have come to an end and game drives are relatively less crowded. Peak season for a safari in the Ngorongoro Crater only kicks off towards the end of June or in early July.

                What is there to do in Lake Eyasi?

                Lake Eyasi is a seasonal shallow salt lake on the floor of the Great Rift which attracts hippos that like to cool off in its brackish waters. The area is home to the Hadzabe bushmen that will take you on a hunt. It is also a great place for bird lovers to spot flamingos, great white pelicans and many more.

                  How many days do you need in Tarangire?

                  2-3 days
                  We recommend spending 2-3 days at Tarangire in the dry season. In Wet season (Nov to May), Wildlife sightings are still decent. You can still find elephants, predators and several species of herbivores, though in fewer numbers than in dry season.

                    Tour Price Includes:

                    • Pick up/ex Kilimanjaro Airport before and after the trip
                    • Guarantee price/guarantee Safari on confirmation
                    • All accommodations
                    • Meal plan as described, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch and D=Dinner
                    • Services of English speaking skilled and experienced driver/guide
                    • All park entrance fees including government taxes
                    • Extensive Game Drives in the National Parks
                    • Service of a safari cook & Utensils
                    • Crater tour services
                    • 3 meals per day while on safari- vegetarian & non vegetarian
                    • Travel/flying doctors rescue services.
                    • Drinking water 1.5 Ltr per person per day
                    • Safari transport by 4 x 4 Land Cruiser (6 seat) with a roof hatch that ‘pops up’ to enable easy viewing and photography.

                    Tour Price Excludes:

                    • Personal & baggage insurance
                    • Canoeing Safari
                    • Olduvai Gorge entrance fee
                    • Balloon Safari
                    • laundry services
                    • Optional travel insurance
                    • Health requirements (you are entering a Malaria area)
                    • Medical and trip cancellation insurance
                    • Shuttle Bus Transfer apart from Airport pick up / drop off
                    • Excess baggage or shipping charges
                    • Tips or Gratitude
                    • Personal Toiletries and items of a personal nature
                    • Beverages/Drinks
                    • International flights
                    • Visas
                    • Optional activities/excursions
                    • Any other extras not detailed in the above itinerary

                    What you need to bring:-

                    • Personal spending money
                    • Insect repellent.
                    • Suncreen
                    • Enough film for your cameras with chargers for type G socket
                    • Light clothes for day wear
                    • Warm jacket/pullover/sweat-shirt/fleece for the chilly evenings and mornings
                    • Sneakers, walking boots or sandals.

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                      Tarangire National Park, Lake Eyasi and Ngorongoro Safari- 3 Days
                      15% Off
                      From $2700 $2300
                      / Adult
                      • Arusha / Moshi
                      • Professional, English-speaking guide
                      • Local English-speaking guide, other languages on request
                      • Available
                      • Lodge / Campsite
                      • All meals will be provided (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
                      • Let's view Tanzania
                      • Pop-up roof 4x4 vehicle to Transportation from the airport and throughout the safari
                      • Culture Tours
                      • 2 - 18

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