Our 2-day Tanzania safaris, tours, travel and trekking packages, which specifically include 2 Tanzania Parks, have been designed to offer you more time in the Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. You will experience the excitement of game viewing in some of the most spectacular national wildlife game parks in Tanzania.
- Visit Tarangire & Ngorongoro Crater
- Luxury Tour (Uses Luxury Accommodation)
- Private Tour (you will not join other travelers)
- Not Suitable for solo travelers (It requires a minimum of 2 travelers to start)
- Suitable for visitors of all ages.
- Can Start on any day
- Can be customized
Tarangire National Park
After breakfast you will depart the lodge ready to start your safari to southwest through Maasai steppe land to Tarangire National Park with picnic Lunch boxes.
You will spend hours for the day game viewing in Tarangire, viewing some of Tanzania’s largest populations of elephant and enjoying the diverse scenery, including the dramatic baobab trees that are so typical of the park. This park boasts a high concentration of animals, including elephant, zebra, eland, and wildebeest and plenty of predators.
Picnic Lunch will be served at the picnic site where you will have a nice view of Tarangire River overlooking down the valley where most of the animals will be gathering drinking from the river. After Lunch you will proceed with game drives until evening when you will exit the park heading to the luxury lodge for dinner and overnight.
Dinner & Overnight at Serena Safari Lodge
After an early breakfast, depart the lodge heading to Ngorongoro crater. You will descend over 600 meters into the crater to view wildlife. The Ngorongoro conservation Area supports Avast variety of wildlife, which include herds of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, eland, warthog, hippo, Rhino and giant African elephants. Another big draw card to this picturesque national park, is it’s dense population of predators, which include lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs and the ever-elusive leopard, which sometimes requires a trained eye to spot.
You will visit Lake Magadi, a large but shallow alkaline lake in the southwestern corner, which is one of the main features of the crater. A large number of flamingos, hippos and other water birds can usually been seen here.
Late afternoon you will exit the park return to Arusha for an overnight.
- Park fees
- All Taxes/VAT
- All activities (Unless labeled as optional)
- All accommodation
- A professional driver/guide
- All transportation
- All Meals (As specified in the itinerary)
- Drinks (As specified in the itinerary)
- International flights
- Tips form safari driver/guide and chief
- Personal items
- Travel insurance, visa fees
- All things of personal nature
Are safaris in Tanzania safe?
Tanzania is one of Africa’s most stable countries. You’ll be welcomed by its friendly people and always taken care of by attentive staff. After full days of wildlife viewing, rest up at lodges, which offer authentic African charm and modern-day conveniences.
What additional costs can I expect when traveling in Tanzania?
Your safari land packages will include all accommodations, meals, water (with meals and on wildlife-viewing drives), airport transfers, park fees and services of guides and drivers. International airfare is not included.
Additional costs may include: tips for your guides, drivers and staff, bar beverages, laundry service, passport and visa fees, souvenirs and travel insurance (if you choose to purchase it).
What is the Great Wildebeest Migration?
The Great Wildebeest Migration is a year-round phenomenon where millions of mammals, mainly wildebeest, gazelle, and zebra, move around the Serengeti in a clockwise pattern in search of food and water. The driving force of the migration is rain, making it difficult to predict.
This happens from June to September (the mammals head Masai Mara) and October to November (Migration return back to Serengeti)
What if I don’t see the Great Migration during my safari?
Hakuna matata! No worries! Plenty of awe-inspiring moments present themselves whenever you travel in Tanzania. Even if you don’t happen to see the Great Migration, you’ll still see an abundance of wildlife.
What’s the food like?
With advanced notice, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and diabetic-friendly meals can easily be arranged. Make sure to inform us when booking your trip.
Will I have a chance to interact with the local people of Tanzania?
Many of our trips provide opportunities to visit local villages and interact with the people. However, if your itinerary does not include these visits, you’ll still gain valuable local insight from your expert guide, a native of Tanzania.
Can i bring children during the safari?
Of course! We think taking your whole family on safari is a wonderful way to learn and grow together; think of the lifelong memories! We recommend a minimum age of six on our family safaris.
Can I make my own itinerary?
Absolutely. Just contact us to start the process. We’ll listen to your needs and give expert recommendations based on your interests, timeline and budget. Leave the details to us!