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THE TOUR IN SHORT

2-Days Tarangire Ngorongoro Crater Safari

The following segment is a safari through the Northern Parks of Tanzania, in a 4×4 safari vehicle, off into the bush. The night stops are fixed, but you are largely free to plan each day as it comes, to go at your own pace and set your own agenda. Your driver guide is able to contact our other vehicles out in the parks and you will be able to discuss game sightings with other guests in the camps, so together you can integrate the latest reports of game movements into your plans.

Tarangire National Park: The youngest of the parks in this area, Tarangire is primarily known for elephant, which gather here in prodigious numbers in the dry season, July thru January. But the park is more than a one trick wonder, it is a high quality wilderness area, especially in its virtually untouched southern sector. Tarangire may not have the scenic magnificence of Ngorongoro or the vast plains of Serengeti, but it is a prime slice of “honest Africa”, a really good bit of bush country with a wide range of flora and fauna, worthy of a visit at any time of year.

Ngorongoro Crater: With a diameter of over 20km, Ngorongoro is the world’s largest unfolded caldera and an amazing sight. Created two million years ago by the collapse of an enormous volcano, reckoned to be larger than Kilimanjaro, today the crater contains a microcosm of East Africa, with plains, soda lakes, forests, swamps and springs. Most of the larger mammal species are present, including elephant, black rhino, buffalo, hippo, lion and leopard.

 The only notable absentees are giraffe, which find the precipitous slopes of the crater rim too steep to negotiate. Game-viewing here is about as easy as it gets. The only downside is that visitor numbers can get very high during peak season, with vehicles clustering around major animal sightings and picnic spots. The crater remains a spectacular sight throughout the year and not to be missed, worthy of a half to one day visit on most safaris.           

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?

THIS PACKAGE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING

  • All Park fees
  • 1-Night accommodation on Full board
  • Experience English speaking safari guide
  • Well-conditioned Pop-up Safari vehicle
  • All activities stated in the itinerary
  • Bottled mineral water during the safari

Welcome at JRO upon arrival

Transfer to the lodge c/o REUEL TRAVEL

Full day at leisure at the lodge.

 A driver from REUEK TRAVEL will be waiting for you with a signboard outside the

Kilimanjaro International Airport building ready to transfer you direct to the lodge.

OVERNIGHT STAY GREEN MOUNTAIN HOTEL

Morning departure to Tarangire NP for a full game drive

Picnic lunch in the park

Today you will be picked-up from you lodge drive direct to Tarangire NP

PM transfer to Karatu to your Camp for overnight

 Tarangire National Park: The youngest of the parks in this area, Tarangire is primarily known for elephant, which gather here in prodigious numbers in the dry season, July thru January. But the park is more than a one trick wonder, it is a high quality wilderness area, especially in its virtually untouched southern sector. Tarangire may not have the scenic magnificence of Ngorongoro or the vast plains of Serengeti, but it is a prime slice of “honest Africa”, a really good bit of bush country with a wide range of flora and fauna, worthy of a visit at any time of year.

 

Safari: Silale Swamp: approx 5 to 7 hours: This is another area of particular interest over to the east of the park. There is often decent game over in this sector, amongst which the most talked about are the giant African pythons, which are often found hanging around in the trees on the edge of the swamps. It is quite a long drive and the further south you go the more pointless it can appear, but there are often herds of batchelor elephant and large numbers of buffalo to be found down here.

OVERNIGHT STAY HAVENNATURE SAFARI CAMP

Morning departure to Serengeti NP with game drive en-route.

Picnic lunch en-route

Today you will be picked-up from you lodge drive direct to Serengeti NP

PM transfer to your Camp for overnight

 

Seronera : The central area of the Serengeti is known as the Seronera Valley. Located to the north of the main plains, at the junction between the northern and western corridors, the area is a broad sweeping valley of light woodland, smaller open grasslands and granite hills. The key feature of the area is the network of small rivers and pools, which provides sources of water all year round. This means that Seronera is not only able to maintain good populations of resident game all year round, but also that it acts as a safe haven for huge   numbers of animals which migrate into the valley from less well watered areas during thR dry season, July thru November. At this time             Seronera is said to have the highest density of lion and cheetah anywhere in Africa. Unfortunately, the valley also has high densities of human visitors, being the location for park headquarters, various research projects, two large lodges and numerous campsites. The smart way to do Seronera is therefore to raid it from smaller camp locations around the periphery, which gives you a chance to see a share of the game whilst avoiding the main vehicle concentrations.

OVERNIGHT STAY CAMPING

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