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6 Days/ 5 Nights
Availability : May 2019 - May 2021
Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)
Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)
Min Age : 4+
Max People : 12

Take a whole week exploring the famous and incredible parks in the Northern Tanzania circuit, and this includes Serengeti National park, Lake Manyara National park, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National park where you will able to witness an abundance of wildlife and amazing scenery. Tanzania is the best safari destination in Africa but in order for you to have the extraordinary experience then we have selected the best professional and English speaking guides with more than 10 years experience who will teach and explain to you the history, flora and fauna of these parks. If you are looking for the best experience of Tanzania Wildlife then this is it.

 

Tour Highlights:


 

❖ Tour starts: Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)

❖ Tour Ends: Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)

❖ Explore Incredible Serengeti plains

❖ Take pleasure in Tarangire National Park

❖ Excellent game viewing

❖ Balloon rides in the Serengeti (Optional)

❖ Enjoy Ngorongoro Crater Big 5 Safari

❖ Discover the uniqueness of Lake Manyara National Park

❖ Private English-speaking safari guide accompanies you all the way

❖ Transport includes between destination and to/from included activities

❖ 5 Nights Basic Tent Accommodation during Safari

❖ 3 meals per day (Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch box ) during a safari

❖ Perfect for small groups, couples and family

❖ Service Level – Standard

❖ Travel Style – Light

 


Tour Itinerary:

 

Arrival Day

Once arrived in Kilimanjaro International airport (JRO), our driver guide will pick you up from the arrival gate and escorted you to the Hotel in Arusha and after arriving your Safari guide will be there to brief you about a safari which will start the next day.

Accommodation: Green Mountain Hotel

 

Day 1

Arusha to Tarangire

 

After breakfast at the hotel in Arusha, then you will proceed to Tarangire National park, the land famous for the herds of elephants and baobab trees which are beautiful and spectacular. Today your driver guide will teach and explain to you the flora and fauna of this park, Tarangire is rich in wildlife and an awe-inspiring park, some of the animals you can see here includes Elephant, gazelle, impala, mongoose, monkey, wildebeest, lion, buffalo, giraffe and huge number of birds, later you will arrive in a place for you to have your picnic lunch before having the last game drive and later drive back to your accommodation for the overnight.

Accommodation: Fig Tree Campsite (B, L, D)

 

 

Day 2

Tarangire to Manyara National Park

 

After breakfast in the hotel, we will collect our lunch boxes and drive to Manyara National Park which is famous for the tree climbing lions and its spectacular Alkaline lake which cover half of the park. On this day, get ready to explore the huge number of bird species which around 400 bird species have been recorded from this National Park. The park is filled with rainforest and by the shores of the shallow alkaline lake which is a famous spot for the pink-hued flamingos and animals around the lake includes include zebra, elephant, hippo, monkey, wildebeest, waterbuck, warthog, gazelle, impala, buffalo, wildebeest, warthog, hyena, baboon and giraffe. Manyara is rich in wildlife and a good introduction to your safari trip in Tanzania. Later afternoon you will drive back to the Hotel for the overnight.

Accommodation: Fig Tree Campsite (B, L, D)

 

Day 3

Lake Manyara to Serengeti National Park

 

Today you will leave Manyara early after the breakfast and proceed to Serengeti National park with an en- route game drive. This park is rich in wildlife and probably the best safari destination in the world. Later you will enjoy your picnic lunch in this UNESCO World Heritage which is famous to see animals like Lion, Leopard, Elephants, Cheetah, Buffalo, Hippo and so many varieties of birds, later you will drive back to your accommodation where you will spend your overnight.

Accommodation: Serengeti Tumbili Public Campsite (B, L, D)

 

Day 4

Serengeti National Park Game drive

 

Wake up in the most famous wildlife park in the world with amazing sounds of birds and incredible sunrise ahead of you. After your breakfast, today your guide will take you to the most amazing part of the park where you can spot an abundance of wildlife animals and have the extraordinary experience in this awe-inspiring place. You will be able to view the Acacia trees creating a canopy like a ceiling over the savannah with the sky above, truly a place to visit, breathtaking wildlife like Lion, cheetah, elephant, impala, leopard, buffalo, hippo, mangoes, hyrax, giraffe and lots of birds varieties. You don’t have to miss this park when visiting Tanzania. You will continue for the game drive until noon when you will have your picnic lunch before continue with your late noon game drive.

Accommodation: Serengeti Tumbili Public Campsite (B, L, D)

 

Day 5

Serengeti to Ngorongoro 

 

Today as the last day in Serengeti, you will start your game drive early in the morning while your guide keeps explaining important things you will need to know about the flora and fauna of the park. Later you will go back to your accommodation for the brunch and after that, we will start to drive towards Ngorongoro conservation area with an en-route game drive where you will be able to spot varieties of animals as well as seeing Maasai tribes in their daily lifestyle inside the park. And then we will have a picnic lunch on the way and arrive at a time of dinner in your accommodation and for the overnight in the Ngorongoro conservation area. Tomorrow the unique adventure will be waiting for us.

Accommodation: Ngorongoro Simba Public Campsite (B, L, D)

 

 

Day 6

Ngorongoro Crater Tour to Arusha

 

If there is an Eden left on this planet, this must be it. Today you have an amazing experience where you will descend to the Ngorongoro crater which is the biggest and unfolding caldera with about 600km2 is the place with plenty of animals with best game drive ever and which has been a separate conservation area since 1956 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978. During a couple of hours, you can see hundreds of gnus, buffalos, zebras and gazelles and its predators, like lions, leopards and hyenas in their natural lifestyle and if lucky you can meet rhino too. Later you will have your picnic lunch down the crater and after your guide will be ready to drive you back to the Airport. Going on the journey down into this crater is well worth it and a lifetime experience tour. Never miss it.

Accommodation: Green Mountain Hotel (B, B)

 

Departure Day

After breakfast in the hotel, you will have spare time before your flight back home and you can take an optional Arusha town trip to visit the Maasai curio shops and the Tanzanite Experience. Transfer to Kilimanjaro Airport for your departure flight.

 


Tour Includes:

 

✔ Pick up and drop off at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)

✔ 5 Nights Tent Accommodation on Safari

✔ Government Tax, 18% VAT on Tours Fees

✔ National park entrance fee, conservation fees

✔ Local Certified English-speaking driver guide

✔ Local professional safari chef

✔ Camping Types of equipment

✔ 4×4 land cruiser vehicle with a pop-up roof for the best game viewing

✔ Meals as indicated on the itinerary [B, L, D – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner]

✔ Drinking water on safari

 

Tour Excludes:

 

✘ Tips for the crew

✘ Meals outside the regular tour itinerary

✘ International visa for Tanzania

✘ Drinks and beverages

✘ International Airfares and Airport taxes

 

Safari Tour FAQ:

All you need to Know before Going


Safari Cost:

The cost of a safari depends on two main factors: whether you camp for the night or stay in a lodge or permanent tented camp, and how many people are on safari.

The two factors are closely linked, but a camping safari is obviously cheaper than on which uses lodges for overnight accommodation. The exact cost depends partly on how long you want to go. In general, it is true to say that the longer you go for and more people, there are in your group, the less, proportionally, it will cost you per day. At Shizi Safaris all of our prices are all inclusive and we have selected the best accommodation options that will result in the best safari experience. Our prices are affordable and reflects betters services and facilities.

 


Tipping Culture:

Regardless of whether you go on a camping safari or a lodge safari, the driver/guide and the cook (where provided) will expect a reasonable tip at the end of the journey. Be generous, you may think you have paid a lot of money for your safari but most of it will have gone to national parks, transport and accommodation. The wages of the driver and cooks will have been minimal hence most of them will highly depend on gratuities. Most of the guides will receive USD $ 15  and cooks USD $ 10 per day per group during a safari and it is always appreciated to give more to anyone who made your safari trip more exceptional and with the best experience.

 


Safari Fleet:

Our Safari Fleet are modified Landcruiser 4WD and well designed to give the best safari experience. The fleet (safari jeep) have the pop-up roof, big windows, a cooler box for keeping your cold drinks and 220 Volt electric sockets for battery chargers that will ensure your phones and camera are in full charge during all the safari trip and hence never miss a moment. All our fleet vehicles are always going a routine service after every safari which makes them durable and safe. Safety and comfort are of the utmost importance for us.

 

Accommodation on Safari:


Lodge and Hotel:

All our Lodges are selected by focusing on best, clean, modern with friendly staffs and great locations. Lodges can be located either inside the National Parks or Outside the park.

Lodge accommodation is best for couples, honeymooners and family who are wishing for the best safari experience with stress-free.

Tented Camp Accommodation:

This is the middle standard accommodation perfect for visitors who do not wish for the luxury accommodation but yet wish for best adventure and value for money. Most of these type of camps are located inside the National parks since are they friendly to the environment and provide amazing bush experiences. The rooms are with electricity and flush toilets.

Public Campsite:

This is the large open field which is reserved by the park authority for visitors to camp. You will sleep in a two-man tent which your guide will place it for you on the right spot. During dinner, your Chef will be already prepared something for you, you will have a chair and table for your meals. There are two large sheds, which one is used as the kitchen while another one is the dining place. There’s no electricity at the campsite which people substitute it with a fireplace.

 


Safety and Security:

Tanzania with no doubt a safe country to visit and even more safe when you travel with reputable and registered Tour company. Millions of travellers visit Tanzania each year and there are very rare incidents. At Shizi Safaris all our clients travelling are covered by AMREF Flying Doctors which makes them safe and secure during all the time of safari.

When you are alone and wish to walk around, make sure you do not go to isolated areas or beaches also we are strongly encouraged to use registered taxis with a label or hired drivers from the hotel or other reputable sources for town transportation.

 


Visa Requirement:

Visitors entering Tanzania will require to have a Visa either for single-entry which cost $ 50 and valid for three months or multiple entries for $100 which also last for three months. The following citizens have no visa requirement to enter Tanzania: Botswana

Gambia Ghana Hong Kong Kenya Leshoto Malawi Malaysia Mozambique Namibia Swaziland Uganda Zambia and Zimbabwe. As long as you have the cash you can always purchase a Visa at a mentioned price above when entering Tanzania. A visitor will suppose to declare any international currency value more than $ 10000 when entering or exit from Tanzania.

 


Yellow Fever Requirements:

You should consult your doctor for a few months in advance as you may need a series of vaccinations. For complete advice on vaccines and medications, do not forget to tell your doctor that you are travelling to Tanzania and participating in an Adventure trip (wether Safaris or Kilimanjaro Climb). Tanzania only calls yellow fever vaccine for travellers from countries that are infected with yellow fever, such as Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Ethiopia. It may be necessary for you to present a yellow fever vaccination certificate, which must be kept at all times.

However, if there is a health officer present at the passport control for Tanzania (sometimes they are not present), they will ask for your vaccination record and if you do not have it, they will administer it locally. If you come from Dubai, Nairobi and Ethiopia, definitely there will be a health representative there. Therefore, it is important that you have a yellow fever vaccine.

No further vaccinations are required to enter Tanzania at present. Malaria is endemic in many parts of Tanzania. While high altitude malaria is not common, malaria medication is strongly recommended for all visitors to East Africa. You should discuss this with your doctor before travelling.


What to Expect on a Typically Day Safari:

Every day before going to bed you will have a discussion with our guide on how the day went and how to go about the next day. You can always decide what you wished to experience or see and our guide will give you the best advice on that. At Shizi Safaris we do not restrict our customers b mileage or distance to be covered, you will have the freedom to choose according to your itinerary.

You can start a day early in the morning for the early game drive and your guide will be pointing animals while teaching and explain to you about their behaviour and nature around them. At 10 am you can go back to the camp or lodge for the brunch and after that, you can opt to take a rest in the lodge or continue for a game drive until noon where you will have your lunch box if you are far from the lodge/camp and continue with a game drive until evening where you will get back to your accommodation ready for the dinner and around 9:30 pm is the perfect time for getting to bed which is after a briefing for the next day by your guide.


What to Bring on Safari:

Remember to collect your sunglasses,  hat and lip balm since most of the time you will spend outside and also it is sunny most of the time especially during the dry season from June to October.

Make sure you bring your camera and phone for taking pictures since there will be a socket inside your safari fleet which you can use to charge your gadget all the time of the safari but most important remember to bring your binoculars since sometimes animals might be very far from the road and especially in Serengeti since it is a vast plain and it is always advised to have binoculars for the best game viewing.

You should also bring less in terms of clothes and toiletries especially when it is not camping safari which toiletries are must to bring. Prefer to bring more of no bright coloured clothes since they can attract tsetse fly. Bring casual but comfortable clothes like t-shirt or blouse with long sleeves and collars help to keep you away from mosquitos or tsetse fly as well as a pair of safari trouser and comfortable walking shoes or open sandals.


Food on Safari:

We know that food is paramount during your safari in Tanzania and add good experience.

During your safari, you should expect breakfasts usually with buffet “British” breakfasts, which most of the time served with a different type of an omelette, potatoes, bacon or sausage toast and cereals.

For Lunch, you will have a hot meal or if you are still on a game drive and it is not relevant to go back to the lodge then you will have your lunch box meal which usually contains cold chicken, yoghurt, juice, hard-boiled eggs, raw veggies and baked cake.

During dinner, you can have different taste of cuisine with meat, potatoes or pasta, sometimes you can also have a local Swahili dishes which can be a good experience for you to have a local meal.

Since all Chefs and lodges are taking consideration of all intolerances, allergies and if you follow a special diet then you can communicate this with us before starting your safari trip.


Have a Question? We have Answers:

inquiry@shizisafaris.com

Call us: +255 788 519851

Whatsapp Call: +45 30482784

P. O. Box 2558 Arusha, Tanzania