Active Vacation and Adventure Safaris 7 Days - 6 Nights

Ngorongoro Crater

Day 1: Arusha You will be collected from the airport and transferred to your lodge/camp in the lush forests that surround the town of Arusha. Prepare for yoga stretches to relieve sore muscles and normalize blood flow, and the rest of the day is spent at leisure and in preparation for your safari. Over dinner, we will have a pre-departure meeting, where your guide will be able to tell you what to expect over a week, as well as offer advice and answer any questions you may have about your active vacation program.

Days 2: Arusha – Manyara National Park - Lake Manyara Before breakfast, get prepared for exercising and stretching in a group, get a warm shower and prepare yourself for breakfast, after breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel in Arusha for an early start to the experience of a lifetime! We visit the Arusha Market for some last-minute preparation, before setting off to our destination for the day, Lake Manyara National Park. This spectacular park is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a shallow soda lake, which lies at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. Manyara NP is not only known for its large flocks of flamingos but also the exclusive tree-climbing lions. After a night game drive in the park, we return to our lodge/camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Cultural Tour – Lake Manyara After breakfast, we set out for fitness hiking to experience the cultural diversity of Mto wa Mbu, starting at the market and visiting different tribes in local villages. On the way, your guide will introduce you to the various healthy fresh fruits and vegetables growing in the area and. After having a delicious, healthy home-cooked meal and natural fresh fruit juices, we go back to lodge/camp for a rest.

Day 4: Tarangire National Park Workout and streaching

Today we set out to the Tarangire National Park for a game drive which takes about 5-6 hours. Enjoy the breath-taking views of the Maasai Steppe and the mountains to the south, make a stop at Tarangire a truly memorable experience. Start cycling for about 30-45 minutes enjoy panoramic views of this beautiful park. Back to the hotel, relax by the pool in the afternoon and enjoy the peaceful surroundings and lovely views of the Tarangire River as the animals come to drink. Tarangire is as well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the center of the annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephants, 25,000 wildebeest, and 30,000 zebra. Return to lodge/camp. Day 5: Manyara – Ngorongoro – Serengeti National Park This morning after breakfast with the picnic lunch packages, you will be having game en route via Ngorongoro conservation area to Serengeti national park for dinner and overnight at the mid of Serengeti, do a sunset game drive then drive back to Lodge / Camp.

Cycling

Day 6: Serengeti - Ngorongoro CraterAfter breakfast, you can have sunrise game drive around Serengeti enjoying the views of famous acacia trees and breathtaking panoramic views where you can have opportunity to see big cats, zebras, antelopes and thousands of wildebeest migrating, then continue to Ngorongoro conservation area for dinner and overnight at lodge/camp.

Day 7: Ngorongoro Crater After breakfast descend to the Ngorongoro crater floor for game drive, Ngorongoro crater is famous for black rhino, cheetahs, jackals, and giant elephants. Ngorongoro's crown is a deep, volcanic crater, the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world. About 20kms across, 600 meters deep and 300 sq km in area, the Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtaking natural wonder. lunch to be taken at the hippo pool, later afternoon drive back to town.

Camping & Lodge Itineraries

East Africa Migration Discoverer - Accommodated

Serengeti

Join our East Africa Migration Discoverer accommodated safari and follow the famous wildebeest migration. Hopefully, with a bit of luck and some tracks, this safari will help you witness this world-renowned event where millions of wildebeest migrate from Kenya to Tanzania and back again… Spend your evenings after an exciting day in East Africa in the comforts of accommodated establishments! A safari through East Africa that stimulates your senses when traveling through the bushveld and exploring different cultures – arguably showing you the very best of Tanzania and Kenya…

This East Africa accommodated safari is a small group safari where you will spend all of your nights in lodges/chalets or permanent tented camps. This safari starts and ends in Arusha and includes all of the major highlights in Tanzania and Kenya.

Highlights of the East Africa Migration Discoverer: Lake Manyara National Park, Night game drive in Manyara NP, Villagetour with traditional lunch, Orphanage visit, School visit, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Lake Victoria canoe trip / boat cruise, Masai Mara, Masai Warrior walk, Karen Blixen (out of Africa) Museum, Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Amboseli National Park .

Day 1: Arusha
You will be collected from the airport and transferred to your lodge in the lush forests that surround the town of Arusha. The rest of the day is spent at leisure and in preparation for your safari. Over dinner, we will have a pre-departure meeting, where your guide will be able to tell you what to expect over the next two weeks, as well as offer advice and answer any questions you may have about the migration.

Days 2: Arusha – Manyara National Park - Lake Manyara
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel in Arusha for an early start to the experience of a lifetime! We visit the Arusha Market for some last-minute preparation, before setting off to our destination for the day, Lake Manyara National Park. This spectacular park is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a shallow soda lake, which lies at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. Manyara NP is not only known for its large flocks of flamingos but also the exclusive tree-climbing lions. After a night game drive in the park, we return to our lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Cultural Tour – Lake Manyara
After breakfast, we set out to experience the cultural diversity of Mto wa Mbu, starting at the market and visiting a Chagga family producing banana beer and passing by many different farms. On the way, your guide will introduce you to the various fruits and vegetables growing in the area and explain the irrigation system that sustains local crops. After having a delicious, home-cooked meal in a local Mama’s home, we go back to camp for a rest, before our visit to the nearby children orphanage center and school in the afternoon.

Day 4: Tarangire National Park
Today we set out to the Tarangire National Park for a full day game drive. The breath-taking views of the Maasai Steppe and the mountains to the south, make a stop at Tarangire a truly memorable experience. Relax by the pool in the afternoon and enjoy the peaceful surroundings and lovely views of the Tarangire River as the animals come to drink. Tarangire is as well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the center of the annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephants, 25,000 wildebeest, and 30,000 zebra.

Day 5: Manyara – Ngorongoro – Serengeti National Park
This morning we depart early for a game drive in the world-renowned Ngorongoro Crater. For many, this wildlife spectacle is the pinnacle of their safari experience. The Ngorongoro Crater boasts all of the ‘Big 5’, including a small population of endangered black rhino. After a picnic lunch, we head towards the Serengeti through the stunning Southern Plains. This is the area that the Serengeti is best known for – the endless, undulating grass savannah with rocky outcrops that serve as isolated wildlife refuges.

Day 6: Serengeti National Park - Seronera
Today you will be spending a full day game driving around the Seronera area of the Serengeti. The Serengeti is divided into three main areas: The Seronera is the most central and accessible region and this is where the Park HQ is based, as well as most of the larger lodges and busier campsites. This is the part of the Serengeti that you will have seen in wildlife documentaries, characterized by the open plains of grassland, packed with animals. The Seronera River is the lifeblood of the Serengeti and this area is renowned for great game viewing all year round. It is also particularly good for lion and cheetah sightings, as well as the most elusive of all big cats, the leopard.

Day 7: Serengeti National Park - Seronera
We have another exciting day of exploring the Serengeti National Park ahead of us. With lunch-boxes provided, we continue with game drives throughout the afternoon scanning the endless plains, spotting many animals and truly realizing just why this national park is so famous. In the late afternoon, we drive back to the camp for overnight.

Day 8: Serengeti National Park – Lake Victoria
After breakfast, we make our way to Lake Victoria. We pass through the villages of the Sukuma tribe, who grow groundnuts, sorghum, and cassava as well as keeping livestock. Life carries on here simply as it has done for ages, but with a few poignant reminders of the 20th century. We will take an afternoon boat cruise on the Lake to enjoy the view.

Day 9: Lake Victoria - Masai-Mara
This morning you have the opportunity to take part in a canoe paddle before we bid Lake Victoria farewell and continue our journey northwards across the border into Kenya, before heading to the Masai Mara National Park. This is the traditional land of the Masai people, nomadic herders, who choose to live a traditional lifestyle and are permitted to graze their cattle in this area. The Masai Mara covers an area that includes the riverine forests along the banks of the Mara and Talek Rivers, acacia forests and the open plains of the savannah.

Day 10: Masai Mara National Park
Today we spend the whole day game viewing in the world-famous Masai Mara National Park. Here the various habitats are home to a great variety of game including lion, leopard, cheetah, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), giraffe, buffalo, jackal, topi, gazelle, impala, and elephant. Hippopotamus and crocodiles are also plentiful in the rivers and the birdlife is very abundant.

Day 11: Masai Mara - Nairobi
After breakfast, we enjoy a guided walk with the Masai warriors to experience their way of life and visit their village before we head off towards Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. We have the afternoon at leisure or to explore the city. Time allowing, we visit the Kazuri Beads Centre and workshop for those interested in shopping. Kazuri means "small and beautiful" in Swahili and it describes each striking ceramic bead which is shaped by hand by the women employed at the Kazuri workshop. Nairobi is a cosmopolitan, lively and interesting city. Its central business district is nicely compact and it is, therefore, a great place to tune into modern urban African life. Later in the afternoon, we head to the hotel to refresh and relax before being transferred to the famous Carnivore Restaurant for dinner (for your account). [BL]

Day 12: Nairobi - Amboseli National Park
After breakfast, we further explore Nairobi with a visit to the Karen Blixen Museum. The museum is the beautiful and historic farmhouse where Karen Blixen, author of “Out of Africa”, lived between 1917 and 1931 until she left Kenya after a series of personal tragedies. After that, we head to the Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage for a visit. The institution is named after the wife of the late famous Naturalist, David William Sheldrick who was the founder warden of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya from its inception in 1948 to 1976. At 11:00, the baby animals are brought from the national park for a mud-bath at the orphanage, where for an hour you can get close to them and sometimes touch them. Lunch will follow before driving down to Amboseli National Reserve, arriving in the afternoon.

Day 13: Amboseli National Park
Today we will head into the Amboseli National Park for a full day of game viewing in one of Kenya’s most famous parks. Amboseli is known for its huge elephant bulls with their magnificent tusks, which make for the ultimate safari picture with the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in the background.

Day 14: Amboseli - Arusha
This morning after a leisurely breakfast, we make our way to the border and then onwards to Kilimanjaro Airport. On the way, we pass the Marangu waterfalls and then drive to KIA via Moshi town which is the gateway to the Kilimanjaro National Park. Your lodge is situated close to the Kilimanjaro International Airport for an easy connection with your outbound flight tomorrow.

Day 15: Arusha
The tour ends after breakfast this morning and you will be transferred to the airport for your outbound flight, or you will be dropped at our offices for other onward arrangements that you have made.


East Africa Migration Discoverer - Half Accommodated

Serengeti

Day 1: Arusha
You will be collected from the airport and transferred to your lodge in the lush forests that surround the town of Arusha. The rest of the day is spent at leisure and in preparation for your safari. Over dinner, we will have a pre-departure meeting, where your guide will be able to tell you what to expect over the next two weeks, as well as offer advice and answer any questions you may have about the migration.

Days 2: Arusha – Manyara National Park – Lake Manyara
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel in Arusha for an early start to the experience of a lifetime! We visit the Arusha Market for some last-minute preparation, before setting off to our destination for the day, Lake Manyara National Park. This spectacular park is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a shallow soda lake, which lies at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. Manyara NP is not only known for its large flocks of flamingos but also the elusive tree-climbing lions. After a night game drive in the park, we return to our camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Cultural Tour – Lake Manyara
After breakfast, we set out to experience the cultural diversity of Mto wa Mbu, starting at the market and visiting a Chagga family producing banana beer and passing by many different farms. On the way, your guide will introduce you to the various fruits and vegetables growing in the area and explain the irrigation system that sustains local crops. After having a delicious, home-cooked meal in a local Mama’s home, we go back to camp for a rest, before our visit to the nearby children orphanage center and school in the afternoon.

Day 4: Tarangire National Park
Today we set out to the Tarangire National Park for a full day game drive. The breath-taking views of the Maasai Steppe and the mountains to the south, make a stop at Tarangire a truly memorable experience. Relax by the pool in the afternoon and enjoy the peaceful surroundings and lovely views of the Tarangire River as the animals come to drink. Tarangire is as well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the center of the annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephants, 25,000 wildebeest, and 30,000 zebra. [BLD]

Day 5: Manyara – Ngorongoro – Serengeti National Park
This morning we depart early for a game drive in the world-renowned Ngorongoro Crater. For many, this wildlife spectacle is the pinnacle of their safari experience. The Ngorongoro Crater boasts all of the ‘Big 5’, including a small population of endangered black rhino. After a picnic lunch, we head towards the Serengeti through the stunning Southern Plains. This is the area that the Serengeti is best known for – the endless, undulating grass savannah with rocky outcrops that serve as isolated wildlife refuges.

Day 6: Serengeti National Park - Seronera
Today you will be spending a full day game driving around the Seronera area of the Serengeti. The Serengeti is divided into three main areas: The Seronera is the most central and accessible region and this is where the Park HQ is based, as well as most of the larger lodges and busier campsites. This is the part of the Serengeti that you will have seen in wildlife documentaries, characterized by the open plains of grassland, packed with animals. The Seronera River is the lifeblood of the Serengeti and this area is renowned for great game viewing all year round. It is also particularly good for lion and cheetah sightings, as well as the most elusive of all big cats, the leopard.

Day 7: Serengeti National Park - Seronera
We have another exciting day of exploring the Serengeti National Park ahead of us. With lunch-boxes provided, we continue with game drives throughout the afternoon scanning the endless plains, spotting many animals and truly realizing just why this national park is so famous. In the late afternoon, we drive back to the camp for overnight.

Day 8: Serengeti National Park – Lake Victoria
After breakfast, we make our way to Lake Victoria. We pass through the villages of the Sukuma tribe, who grow groundnuts, sorghum, and cassava as well as keeping livestock. Life carries on here simply as it has done for ages, but with a few poignant reminders of the 20th century. We will take an afternoon boat cruise on the Lake to enjoy the view. [BLD]

Day 9: Lake Victoria - Masai-Mara
This morning you have the opportunity to take part in a canoe paddle before we bid Lake Victoria farewell and continue our journey northwards across the border into Kenya, before heading to the Masai Mara National Park. This is the traditional land of the Masai people, nomadic herders, who choose to live a traditional lifestyle and are permitted to graze their cattle in this area. The Masai Mara covers an area that includes the riverine forests along the banks of the Mara and Talek Rivers, acacia forests and the open plains of the savannah. [BLD]

Day 10: Masai Mara National Park
Today we spend the whole day game viewing in the world-famous Masai Mara National Park. Here the various habitats are home to a great variety of game including lion, leopard, cheetah, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), giraffe, buffalo, jackal, topi, gazelle, impala, and elephant. Hippopotamus and crocodiles are also plentiful in the rivers and the birdlife is very abundant.

Day 11: Masai Mara - Nairobi
After breakfast, we enjoy a guided walk with the Masai warriors to experience their way of life and visit their village before we head off towards Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. We have the afternoon at leisure or to explore the city. Time allowing, we visit the Kazuri Beads Centre and workshop for those interested in shopping. Kazuri means "small and beautiful" in Swahili and it describes each striking ceramic bead which is shaped by hand by the women employed at the Kazuri workshop. Nairobi is a cosmopolitan, lively and interesting city. Its central business district is nicely compact and it is, therefore, a great place to tune into modern urban African life. Later in the afternoon, we head to the hotel to refresh and relax before being transferred to the famous Carnivore Restaurant for dinner (for your account). [BL]

Day 12: Nairobi - Amboseli National Park
After breakfast, we further explore Nairobi with a visit to the Karen Blixen Museum. The museum is the beautiful and historic farmhouse where Karen Blixen, author of “Out of Africa”, lived between 1917 and 1931 until she left Kenya after a series of personal tragedies. After that, we head to the Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage for a visit. The institution is named after the wife of the late famous Naturalist, David William Sheldrick who was the founder warden of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya from its inception in 1948 to 1976. At 11:00, the baby animals are brought from the national park for a mud-bath at the orphanage, where for an hour you can get close to them and sometimes touch them. Lunch will follow before driving down to Amboseli National Reserve, arriving in the afternoon. [BLD]

Day 13: Amboseli National Park
Today we will head into the Amboseli National Park for a full day of game viewing in one of Kenya’s most famous parks. Amboseli is known for its huge elephant bulls with their magnificent tusks, which make for the ultimate safari picture with the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. [BLD]

Day 14: Amboseli - Arusha
This morning after a leisurely breakfast, we make our way to the border and then onwards to Kilimanjaro Airport. On the way, we pass the Marangu waterfalls and then drive to KIA via Moshi town which is the gateway to the Kilimanjaro National Park. Your lodge is situated close to the Kilimanjaro International Airport for an easy connection with your outbound flight tomorrow. [BLD]

Day 15: Arusha
The tour ends after breakfast this morning and you will be transferred to the airport for your outbound flight, or you will be dropped at our offices for other onward arrangements that you have made. [B]


Tanzania Wildlife Adventurer

Serengeti

Day 1: Arusha, Tanzania
You will be collected from the airport and transferred to your lodge in the forests outside Arusha. Depending on your arrival time, you will have an opportunity to explore the lodge grounds, go for a dip in the swimming pool or partake in any of the offered additional activities available.

Days 2: Tarangire National Park
Today we head towards the Tarangire National Park for lunch and an afternoon game drive. Tarangire is well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the center of an annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephants, 25,000 wildebeest, and 30,000 zebras.

Day 3: Manyara National Park
After coffee, we head towards Lake Manyara National Park for an early morning game drive. This spectacular park is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a shallow soda lake, which lies at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. Manyara NP is not only known for its large flocks of flamingos but also the elusive tree-climbing lions. We break for lunch and rest over the heat of the day before continuing on an afternoon and night game drive, returning to camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 4: Lake Manyara – Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Our journey starts shortly after breakfast with a scenic drive up the Rift Valley escarpment to Serengeti National Park. You will be crossing Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority and we make a brief stop at Olduvai Gorge and the museum which documents the discovery of 1.8 million-year-old human-like fossils. After that, we head for the Serengeti National Park, game driving along the way to the campsite. [BLD]

Day 5: Serengeti National Park
Today you will enjoy a full day game viewing exploring the endless plains of this magnificent place. The Seronera River is the lifeblood of the Serengeti in the dry season and this area is renowned for great game viewing all year round and is especially popular for sightings of the elusive leopard.

Day 6: Ngorongoro Crater
We take an early breakfast at the camp and then head to the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater. On arrival, we go through the registration process and descend to the floor of the world’s largest unbroken caldera for the most wonderful day of game viewing. We will have lunch at the designated picnic site at the side of the hippo pool and continue with a game drive as we drive up the crater rim for overnight.

Day 7: Ngorongoro - Arusha
After breakfast, we explore the colorful town of Mto-wa-Mbu for some last-minute pictures and curio shopping. Afterward, we head to Arusha where the tour will end at our offices. We hope to welcome you again on one of our African adventures!


Tanzania Wildlife Broadway

Serengeti

Day 1: Arusha, Tanzania
You will be collected from the airport and transferred to your lodge in the forests outside Arusha. Depending on your arrival time, you will have an opportunity to explore the lodge grounds, go for a dip in the swimming pool or partake in any of the offered additional activities available. [D]

Days 2: Arusha – Tarangire National Park - Manyara
Our tour sets off after breakfast, with the first stop being the town of Arusha for some last-minute purchases, before we head off on an exciting safari experience… We will travel towards the Tarangire National Park, where we stop for lunch and afterward, our first game drive of the safari! Tarangire National Park is well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the center of the annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephants, 25,000 wildebeest, and 30,000 zebra. [BLD]

Day 3: Manyara National Park
After coffee, we head towards Lake Manyara National Park for an early morning game drive. This spectacular park is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a shallow soda lake, which lies at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. Manyara NP is not only known for its large flocks of flamingos but also the elusive tree-climbing lions. We enjoy a picnic lunch and a rest over the heat of the day before continuing on an afternoon and night game drive, returning to the lodge for dinner and overnight. [BLD]

Day 4: Manyara - Serengeti National Park
Our journey starts shortly after breakfast with a scenic drive up the Rift Valley escarpment to Serengeti National Park. You will be crossing Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority and we make a brief stop at Olduvai Gorge and the museum which documents the discovery of 1.8 million-year-old human-like fossils. After that, we head for the Serengeti National Park, game driving along the way to the campsite. [BLD]

Day 5: Serengeti National Park
An early start sees us heading out after breakfast for a game drive in the magnificent Serengeti National Park. Depending on the season and game activities, we will either take along a picnic lunch or return to the lodge for lunch before heading out on an afternoon game drive. [BLD]

Day 6: Serengeti National Park - Ngorongoro Crater – Lake Manyara
We take an early breakfast at the camp and then head to the Ngorongoro Crater. On arrival, we go through the registration process and descend to the floor of the world’s largest unbroken caldera for the most wonderful day of game viewing. We will have lunch at the designated picnic site at the side of the hippo pool and continue with a game drive up the crater rim. Afterward, we proceed to Mto-wa-Mbu and our lodge for dinner and overnight. [BLD]

Day 7: Lake Manyara - Arusha
After breakfast, we explore the colorful town of Mto-wa-Mbu for some last-minute pictures and curio shopping. Afterward, we head to Arusha where the tour will end at our offices. We hope to welcome you again on one of our African adventures! [B]


Tanzania Wildlife & Cultural Explorer

Serengeti

Day 1: Arusha
Upon your arrival, you will be collected from the airport and transferred to your lodge in the lush forests surrounding the town of Arusha. If you arrive early enough, you will have an opportunity to explore the lodge grounds, take a dip in the swimming pool or partake in any of the offered additional activities available. [D]

Days 2: Arusha – Tarangire National Park - Manyara
Your safari begins after breakfast this morning. Our first stop is Arusha town, for any last-minute purchases before we head off on an exciting safari experience! We will be in the Tarangire National Park for lunch and an afternoon game drive. Tarangire is well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the center of the annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephants, 25,000 wildebeest, and 30,000 zebra. [BLD]

Day 3: Cultural Activities at Manyara
After breakfast, we set out to experience the cultural diversity of Mto wa Mbu, starting at the market and visiting a Chagga family producing banana beer and passing by many different farms. On the way, your guide will introduce you to the various fruits and vegetables growing in the area and explain the irrigation system that sustains local crops. After having a delicious, home-cooked meal in a local Mama’s home, we go back to the lodge for a rest, before our visit to the nearby children orphanage center and school in the afternoon. [BLD]

Day 4: Lake Manyara National Park – Lake Eyasi
After coffee and breakfast, we head towards Lake Manyara National Park for an early morning game drive. This spectacular national park is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a shallow soda lake at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. Lake Manyara is not only known for its large flocks of flamingos but also the elusive tree-climbing lions. After lunch and a short afternoon game drive, we head towards our lodge at Lake Eyasi. [BLD]

Day 5: Lake Eyasi
Today you will have the opportunity to interact with the Bushmen, the Hadzabe Tribe, who live in groups hunting with bow and arrows and gathering roots, tubers and wild fruits, much as humankind lived in the Stone Age. We will obtain an in-depth look at how they continue to survive and adapt to their harsh environment and the challenges they face in continuing their nomadic existence. The Hadzabe have close relations with the Datoga tribe, blacksmiths who have developed their trade over centuries and still practice it very much the same way today. They produce the arrowheads for the Hadzabe and brass trinkets, some of which will be for sale by the maker himself. [BLD]

Day 6: Lake Eyasi - Lake Ndutu
This morning, we head through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, towards the Serengeti National Park. We will stop at a Masai village for a cultural encounter of a lifetime. The Masai people are semi-nomadic herders, who choose to live a traditional lifestyle and are known for their distinctive traditional attire. After lunch, we embark on a game drive within the park on our way to the lodge. [BLD]

Day 7: Serengeti National Park
Today our game drive will lead us towards the central part of Serengeti National Park. We look for large herds of wildebeests pounding the grasslands, while hungry predators such as lions, leopards, and cheetahs prey upon the youngest and weakest members of the herds. The Serengeti’s endless plains provide an exceptional landscape for wildlife viewing throughout the year. [BLD]

Day 8: Serengeti National Park
Enjoy a full day of game viewing in the Serengeti National Park. The Serengeti is renowned for its annual wildebeest migration and large predator population. From February to May, a herd of over a million wildebeest (gnu) migrates for the Western Corridor of the park, in search of greener pastures. The Serengeti’s other animal attractions include lion, leopard, zebra, Thompson gazelle, impala, Grant’s gazelle, and buffalo. Most of the park is open swathes of grassland, broken by isolated granite kopjes (hills) and patches of acacias woodlands. [BLD]

Day 9: Serengeti – Ngorongoro – Lake Manyara
We take an early breakfast at the camp and then head to the Ngorongoro Crater. On arrival, we go through the registration process and descend to the floor of the world’s largest unbroken caldera for the most wonderful day of game viewing. We will have lunch at the designated picnic site at the side of the hippo pool and continue with a game drive up the crater rim.

Day 10: Arusha
After breakfast, we explore the colorful town of Mto-wa-Mbu for some last-minute pictures and curio shopping. Afterward, we head to Arusha where the tour will end at our offices. We hope to welcome you again on one of our African adventures!

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