Discover Tanzania Safari (t1)
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Day 1 - Arusha to Tarangire
Drive from Arusha to Tarangire National Park. Game drive in Tarangire followed by lunch at the camp. Afternoon / evening game drive. Dinner and overnight at Tarangire Safari or Sopa lodge.

Day 2 - Tarangire National Park
Full day game drive in Tarangire National Park. Lunch, sunset, dinner and overnight at Tarangire Safari or Sopa Lodge.

Day 3 - Tarangire to Lake Manyara
After breakfast, game drive as you exit the Tarangire National park. Drive to Kirurumu or Lake Manyara Serena Lodge for lunch. Afternoon/evening game drive in the park. Dinner and overnight at Lake Manyara Serena lodge.

Day 4 - Lake Manyara to Serengeti
After breakfast, drive to Serengeti National park. Picnic lunches. Game drive en-route to the lodge. Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Serena or Sopa Lodge.

Day 5 - Serengeti
Full day game drive in Serengeti. Lunch, dinner and overnight at Serengeti Serena or Sopa Lodge.

Day 6 - Serengeti
Full day game drive in Serengeti. Lunch, dinner and overnight at Serengeti Serena or Sopa Lodge.

Day 7 - Serengeti to Ngorongoro
After breakfast drive to Olduvai Gorge with packed lunch. Proceed to the Ngorongoro crater rim for dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge or Sopa Lodge.

Day 8 - Ngorongoro
After an early breakfast, descend into Ngorongoro crater for a tour of the crater floor. Lunch, dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

Day 9 - Ngorongoro to Arusha
After late breakfast, drive back to Arusha - either drop off at the aiport or extension program


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One of the most amazing aspects of the Kilimanjaro (5.890 meters) is the accessibility of its peak to climbers with no mountain climbing equipment. It takes more or less five days to reach the top and return.  [photo: Paolo Cecchellero]

Kilimanjaro from above
The snow top of the Kilimanjaro (5.890 meters) as seen from the air.

With its 5.890 meters, Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain that regular tourists can climb, although it remains a considerable feat of human endurance. The breathable oxygen at the top is less than half the amount than is common at sea level, and climbers cover at least eighty kilometres on nothing but their own feet.  [photo: Laura Weinkam]

Kirurumu Tented Camp
A tented room in Kirurumu  [photo: Kirurumu Tented Camps]

Kirurumu Tented Camp
Kirurumu Tented Lodge lies high above the Great Rift Valley edge overlooking Lake Manyara and mount Losimingori. Not far from the Ngorongoro highlands and crater. It takes 45 minutes drive to reach the Ngorongoro Gate. Twenty minutes to Lake Manyara National Park and forty minutes to Tarangire.  [photo: Kirurumu Tented Camps]

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge  [photo: Yvonne Matiba]

Lake Manyara Serena Lodge
Lake Manyara at dawn.  [photo: Ken Zaremba]

Momella Wildlife Lodge  [photo: Mike Needham]

Mount Meru
Mount Meru, at 4,568 mt above sl - is the fifth highest mountain in Africa and offers one of the most challenging climbs. Once as high as Kilimanjaro, two hundred and fifty thousand years ago an explosion blew out the entire eastern side of the mountain, leaving only the vast crater you can see nowadays.  [photo: Nick Fraser]

Mt Meru Game Lodge
Mount Meru Game Lodge is a small very intimate lodge with a private sanctuary. It lies midway between Kilimanjaro International Airport and Arusha,  [photo: Yvonne Matiba]

Ngorongoro crtaer
The Ngorongoro crater with Lake Magadi, as seen from the rim  [photo: Lucio Andreetto]

Ngorongoro crtaer
The Ngorongoro crater as seen from the rim, not far from Ngorongoro Serena Lodge  [photo: Serena Hotels]

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Olduvai Gorge
Looking out into Olduvai Gorge, Drs. Louis and Mary Leakey - renowned anthropologists - began research in the 1930's and for decades unearthed evidence of early man's existence in this place.  [photo: Kevin Mc Bride]

Olduvai Gorge Visitor Center  [photo: Dongyi Liu]

Serengeti Serena Lodge  [photo: Serena Hotels]

Seronera Sopa Lodge (Serengeti)

Tarangire Safari Lodge
View from the terrace  [photo: Mike Needham]

Tarangire  [photo: Lucio Andreetto]

Tarangire Sopa Lodge  [photo: Sopa Lodges]

Balloon over Serengeti
During the air-fillling, the balloon basket lies on its side, on the ground. Passengers - usually, 16 guests - are invited to crawl in and lie on their backs. You might think that this is uncomfortable but the boarding procedure just takes few minutes and staff is there to assist you.  [photo: Ken Zaremba]

Balloon over Serengeti
Firing the burners to get lift-off. The pilot jumps into the basket as the balloon is almost at stand up position. At that moment, the ropes are untied and you gently lift-off the ground. Do not be frightened by the noise of the burners; it's part of the adventure!  [photo: Ken Zaremba]

Balloon over Serengeti  [photo: Ken Zaremba]
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