INTRODUCING Lake Manyara National Park & Ngorongoro Crater & Tarangire National Park
This tour is made for lovers of the world’s largest mammal, the African Elephant. In this short tour you will be taken to three different parks to observe these incredible animals in their natural habitat. Did you know that Elephants are similar to humans in their complexity and family structure.
Each option here includes the same itinerary but with varying accommodation.
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DAY 1: Arusha – Lake Manyara – Ngorongoro
Depart Arusha for Lake Manyara National Park game drive. This lush ‘little park’ situated on the footsteps of the Great Rift Valley and provides a home to a wide range of different animals including Elephants, Buffalos, Giraffes, Hippos as well as more than 400 species of birds. It is most famous for its tree-climbing Lions, resting on Acacia branches six to seven meters above the ground. In the afternoon a drive towards Ngorongoro Conservation Area for dinner and overnight. Overnight: Lodge/Hotel/Luxury Tented Camp/or Basic Camping.
DAY 2: Ngorongoro Crater – Tarangire
After breakfast descend into this astonishing ‘Natural Zoo,’ as the the Ngorongoro Crater is commonly referred as. Abundant with wildlife, you have a high chance of spotting ‘the Big Five,’ which includes lion. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight: Lodge/Hotel/Luxury Tented Camp/or Basic Camping.
DAY 3: Tarangire – Arusha
Enjoy a whole day game drive in Tarangire National Park, where a large concentration of Elephants can be seen all year round. Tarangire National Park is second only to the Serengeti ecosystem for its density of wildlife. During the dry seasons; thousands of animals migrate from the ‘Maasai steppe’ to Tarangire River looking for water. After lunch drive back to Arusha town.
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