7-Days Tarangire, Serengeti
and Ngorongoro Lodge Safari
Embark on a breathtaking 7-day Tarangire, Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Lodge Safari in Tanzania, immersing yourself in the untamed beauty of these iconic national parks.
Tarangire National Park, known for its massive elephant herds and ancient baobab trees, invites you to witness diverse wildlife thriving in its picturesque landscapes. The park’s rich savannahs and lush riverine ecosystems create a haven for lions, giraffes, zebras, and an array of bird species, promising an exceptional wildlife encounter.
The legendary Serengeti National Park awaits with its vast plains and extraordinary wildlife spectacle – the Great Migration. Marvel at millions of wildebeests and zebras as they traverse the Serengeti in search of greener pastures, accompanied by predators like lions, cheetahs, and hyenas, creating a captivating display of nature’s raw power.
Finally, the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, beckons with its unique caldera teeming with wildlife. Descend into this natural sanctuary, home to the endangered black rhino, and observe an abundance of animal species coexisting in a thriving ecosystem. The dense concentration of wildlife in the crater offers an unparalleled safari experience.
Throughout the journey, you’ll enjoy the comfort and luxury of carefully selected lodges, strategically positioned to provide stunning views of the landscapes and wildlife. Expert guides will lead you on unforgettable game drives, offering insightful knowledge and ensuring your safety during this adventure of a lifetime. Explore the wonders of Tarangire, Serengeti, and Ngorongoro, and take home cherished memories of an unforgettable African safari experience.
The best time for this safari depends on your preferences. Generally, the dry season from June to October is popular for wildlife viewing, as animals gather around water sources. The Great Migration usually occurs between July and August in the Serengeti. The wet season from November to May offers lush landscapes and fewer crowds, but some areas might be inaccessible due to heavy rains.
You can expect to see a wide variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, buffalo, cheetahs, hippos, rhinos (in the Ngorongoro Crater), and an array of bird species. The Serengeti’s Great Migration is a highlight, where you can witness massive herds of wildebeests and zebras on their annual journey.
Yes, the lodges selected for this safari are comfortable and provide a safe environment for guests. They offer amenities such as en-suite bathrooms, dining facilities, and often stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. The lodges prioritize guest safety and often have security measures in place.
Group sizes may vary depending on the tour operator, but they are typically small to ensure a more personalized experience. Smaller groups allow for better interaction with the guide and a more intimate wildlife viewing experience.
Yes, this safari is generally suitable for children. However, it’s essential to consider the age and interests of the child and whether they can handle long game drives and the safari experience. Some lodges may have age restrictions, so it’s essential to check with the tour operator.
Yes, most visitors to Tanzania will require a visa. Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality, so it’s crucial to check the specific visa requirements for your country before traveling.
Yes, travel insurance is highly recommended for any safari trip. It should cover medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and other unexpected events that may occur during your journey.
To book this safari, you can contact a reputable tour operator or travel agency that offers this package. They will guide you through the booking process, provide information on availability, and answer any additional questions you may have.
This safari is generally suitable for people with a moderate level of physical fitness. While game drives are done in vehicles, there might be some walking involved during activities. However, the tour can often be tailored to accommodate different fitness levels.
Yes, the “Big Five” can be spotted in all three national parks visited during this safari. Tarangire, Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater are known for their diverse wildlife, including all of the Big Five species. However, wildlife sightings are subject to the animals’ natural behavior and may vary from day to day.
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120 meters (394 feet) above sea level.
120 meters (394 feet) above sea level.
This period is generally considered the best time to witness the Great Migration in the Serengeti. From late June to early July, the herds gather in the western corridor and make their way northward towards the Mara River.
The wet season in Tanzania is characterized by intermittent rains. While the Great Migration herds may have moved to the southern Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area during this time, the exact timing and movement patterns of the migration can be unpredictable.