Short n’ Sweet Safari
Two Days of Safari Adventures
Day 1: Ngorongoro Crater | Ngorongoro Wild Camp
- Pick up from your hotel in Moshi or Arusha.
- Drive to Ngorongoro Crater for game drives.
- Best place in Tanzania to see black rhinos and prides of lions.
- Magnificent black-manned males and colorful flamingoes.
- Variety of water birds, leopards, cheetah, hyena, and other antelope species.
- Late afternoon drive to Ngorongoro Wild Camp.
- Overnight stay at Ngorongoro Wild Camp (includes lunch, dinner & breakfast) or Similar.
Day 2: Lake Manyara – Moshi/Arusha
- After breakfast, drive to Lake Manyara National Park (about 2 hours).
- Impressive Rift Valley escarpment as a backdrop when approaching from the east.
- Groundwater forest with monkeys leaping from branch to branch.
- On the escarpment, elephants stand in the shade of acacia trees.
- Other animals include zebras, impalas, monkeys, giraffes, buffalos, hippos, and more.
- Afternoon transfer back to your hotel in Arusha or Moshi or to the airport.
Ngorongorokratern and Lake Manyara Highlights
Make the most of the natural wonders and cultural richness of Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara. Explore the largest intact volcanic caldera and witness iconic pink flamingos. Encounter elephants, lions, leopards, zebras, and more. Dive into the Maasai culture in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, gaining insights into their traditional lifestyle and harmonious coexistence with the wildlife. Engage in a variety of activities, including game drives, walking safaris, bird watching, and cultural tours.
Why Choose this Travelplan?
This travel plan offers a concise and enticing opportunity for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Seamlessly integrate it with longer plans or a Mount Kilimanjaro climb for a comprehensive Tanzanian adventure. The cost-effective nature of this plan ensures an exceptional experience without a hefty price tag. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara, encountering a rich variety of wildlife in their natural habitats.