Once in a lifetime Safari experience

This Safari package includes three natural wonders; Tarangire and Serengeti National Parks and N’gorongoro Crater. We also introduce you to the Masai village life.

The great migration is at its best from June to October but you can see large herds of antelopes and cats all year around.

We tailor you package to match your budget. The basic safari is 6 days along. The cost is EUR 2500 per person. We channel EUR 100 to development programs in Tanzania or a selected youth football club team.

Tarangire & Serengeti & N'gorongoro & Masai


Day 1. Arrival at Kilimanjaro Int Airport (KIA) (-, -, -):

Depending on the time of your arrival, we can explore Moshi or Arusha town at Kilimanjaro.  We can book your airport transfer and hotel as an add-on option.

Day 2. Moshi – Tarangire (b, l, d):

Early morning drive from Moshi to Tarangire. Tarangire National Park contains a range of different habitats from grasslands and woods, to low hills, scrub, and swampland in the south. Tarangire is southeast of Lake Manyara and is well-known as the home of elephants, where it is not unusual to hear of hundreds of sightings a day. It is also home to the mystical baobab trees, the elephants’ favorite food. Other wildlife includes; waterbucks, impalas, wildebeest, zebra, and buffalo.

Most of the predators which can be spotted are lions and hyenas. You will also spot the stunning birds of East Africa, from the Fire Finch to the African Fish Eagle. The Tarangire River cuts through the park and connects to Lake Burunge in the west; it is the key to life in the dry season when most of the migration congregates here. We will stop at one of the many viewpoints in the park for a picnic lunch and then enjoy an afternoon game drive.

Overnight at Eilens tree in Karatu

Day 3. Karatu – Serengeti (b, l, d):

After breakfast we drive through the N’gorongoro Conservation area towards the Serengeti plains, taking approximately 2/3 hours, as we transit through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the opportunity for game viewing is endless. The Serengeti is one of Tanzania’s oldest and largest national parks, covering an area of 14,763-square-kilometers. The park is a world heritage site, with the earth’s largest concentration of plains game – mainly wildebeest and zebra.

The population of plains game also includes buffalo, giraffe, and warthog, as well as a wide range of antelopes including, Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelle, dikdik, bushbuck, eland, and impala. Apart from Ngorongoro, the Serengeti is one of the best places to see predators in action. Predators include large clans of hyenas, lion pride, cheetahs, and the hardest to spot, leopards. We will have a picnic lunch in the park before an afternoon game drive and heading to Kisura Tented Camp for dinner and overnight.

 Day 4. Serengeti Full Day (b, l, d)

After an early breakfast, we go for an early morning game drive. This is the best time to get a great viewing of the animals. Apart from the wildlife on day 3, we may be lucky to see other scavengers, as jackals and vultures.

There are also some 520 bird species to be spotted, including storks and ostriches, and many more. After our morning game drive, we will leave Serengeti heading back through Ngorongoro Conservation towards the crater. You will have plenty of opportunity for further game viewing en-route. Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Kisura tented camp

Day 5. N’gorongoro Crater – Karatu (b, l, d):

We will have breakfast at the campsite before descending into the 600-meter deep Crater. The Crater has a 19-kilometer diameter, making it one of the world’s largest unbroken and unflooded caldera. The park covers approximately 300-square-kilometers, where the landscape ranges from lush rain forest on the rim to the bush savannas’ and the acacia woodland. Ngorongoro is home to the highly endangered black rhino and the largest herds of wildebeest, zebra, and buffalo.

Predators also live in the Crater; here there is plenty of opportunities to spot a hunt. Most of the predators found in the Crater include lions, hyenas, cheetahs, jackals, and serval cats. We will enjoy a picnic lunch before leaving the Crater – where plenty of wildlife can still be spotted. We stay overnight in Karatu town.

Day 6. Masai Village – Moshi (b, l, d):

After breakfast, we’ll drive straight to the Butti Masai village, near the border of Lake Manyara National Park. Help and Travel team has been constructed a  school for the village. You will be introduced to the Masai traditions and their daily pastoralist lifestyle, a culture that is a world away from many of the big cities in Europe and America. 

Additional options:

  • You can also consider some one-day trips as Machame village rainforest – waterfalls trip at the Mt Kilimanjaro slopes USD 120.
  • Larger add ons would be 6-days Mt Kilimanjaro climb or Zanzibar beach holiday

Start dates

Weekly startups please email us. Also tailored packages available. 

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