9 Days Tanzania Wonders of Wild

Tanzania Tours & Safari

9 Days Tanzania Wonders of Wild

On this 9 Days Tanzania Wonders of Wild, you’ll visit some of Africa’s most beautiful wildlife parks. From the stunning Tarangire and Lake Manyara to the world-famous Serengeti and the incredible Ngorongoro Crater, Immerse yourself in nature and witness the world’s largest overland migration.

This private safari allows you to travel at your own pace and in the manner that you prefer. A private safari vehicle and guide will be provided for you. During this safari, we have chosen silver-class hotels for you. If you want to be pampered, stay in a gold or platinum-class hotel.

**price p.p. incl. guide, safari-jeep, hotel and park entrance fees, excl. international flight Based on 6 persons)

Day by Day

Day 1: Arrival in Arusha, Kilimanjaro

When you arrive at Kilimanjaro airport, you will be greeted by your Tanzania specialist guide. This will take you to your hotel, where you can relax and enjoy the African atmosphere for the rest of the day. Your personal Tanzania Specialist guide not only knows a lot about Tanzanian culture, but can also tell you a lot about the country’s stunning national parks and sights. As long as you ask your Tanzania Specialist guide anything, he’ll be happy to answer.

This is an exclusive private safari, so you can get the most out of your trip! You are free to choose when you want to leave in the morning and when you want to return in the evening. During the safari, you can also spend as much time as you want watching a specific animal or herd. You are not required to be considerate of others. As you go on safari, your personal guide will give you advice so that your trip will be one to remember.

Your safari will begin the following morning!

Day 2: The National Park of Lake Manyara

One of the smaller but most scenic national parks is the first one you visit. Elephants and large groups of baboons can be seen in the forest, as well as tree-climbing lions if you’re lucky. Buffalos, warthogs, giraffes, wildebeest, zebras, and flamingos can all be found in the vicinity of the massive soda lake. The shallow Hippo Pool is a great place to see hippopotamuses, as well as a beautiful view of the Rift Valley Escarpment.

Lake Manyara is a great place to do both game drives and fun things like cultural tours, mountain biking tours, and canopy walks at the same time.
More information on Lake Manyara National Park can be found here.

Day 3–5Serengeti National Park is located in Tanzania.

Your safari in the Serengeti National Park continues today. Its breathtaking scenery has been featured in some of the most awe-inspiring nature documentaries. The vast plains and plethora of wildlife are unrivaled. The annual wildebeest migration, which attracts over a million animals, is undoubtedly the Serengeti’s highlight. Seeing millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles thunder across the endless plains of the Serengeti is a true spectacle. You’ll be on the lookout for the herds across the plains with your personal guide. Apart from migratory animals, you will be able to see lions, cheetahs, leopards, and a variety of other animals. Expect to be wowed by Africa’s most famous park’s natural beauty.

We recommend going on a balloon safari if you want to see wildlife from a different perspective. It’s amazing to float above the plains, surrounded by herds of animals, and not hear a thing.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Day 6)

You leave Arusha early in the morning to visit the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The road leads to the Ngorongoro Crater, passing through the Great Rift Valley and through the crater forest. The area’s main feature is a collapsed volcano that has created a unique ecosystem with a diverse range of vegetation. Take in the stunning colors of the landscape and the wide range of animals. Elephants, lions, buffaloes, hippos, and even the rare black rhino live in the crater, which has the highest concentration of wildlife in Africa. One of the best places to see all five of the Big Five is here. The views of the crater floor from the crater rim are breathtaking. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders due to its natural beauty.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area has a lot of different things to do, like going to a Maasai village.

Tarangire National Park, Day 7

After breakfast, drive to Tarangire National Park for a full day of game viewing. Because it is one of Tanzania’s lesser-known parks, it retains its authentic safari atmosphere. The hilly landscape is breathtaking, with majestic Baobab trees against a blue sky. The world’s largest concentration of elephants can be seen here. Around the Tarangire River, herds of up to 300 elephants can be seen drinking or taking mud baths. Aside from elephants, Tarangire is a birder’s paradise. Lions, leopards, cheetahs, and even tree-climbing pythons can be found in the area surrounding these swamps.

8th and 9th days: Tarangire – Airport

Depending on your flight, today will be free to relax or explore. Your driver will take you to Kilimanjaro Airport for your departure flight, and you will return home on day 9.

Do you want to combine your safari with a beach vacation? They are perfect places to relax after going on a safari in Tanzania. Some of them are: Zanzibar, Pemba, and Mafia.

Similar Package's

  • All arrival and departure transfers.
  • All Government taxes and levies.
  • Accommodations
  • Game drives through the National Parks
  • Luxurious private 4×4 Safari Jeep with pop-up roof and big windows, especially designed for high end safari game drives
  • English speaking private guide during the whole safari
  • All fees visiting parks includes crater fees
  • All fees visiting villages
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner during your safari (full board), excluding day 1, because most likely you will arrive in the evening
  • 24/7 service from our local office in Tanzania
  • Reservation costs
  • Drinking water in our safari jeeps
  • International flight tickets and visa
  • Travel insurance (travel- /cancellation insurance, flying doctors)

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