14 Days Luxury Wildlife Safari Experience in Tanzania

For our most discerning guests, a Luxury Safari offers the utmost in wilderness sophistication and authentic elegance. Discreet and friendly staff tends to your every wish, leaving you to indulge simply in the many personalized services that pamper you’re day and night, all accompanied by world-class services. Under star-filled skies, you sleep in cozy beds nestled in exceptional linens. Just outside your door are superb views of Africa’s pristine wilderness where you can explore with a complete sense of isolation away from the masses, crowds, hustle and bustle and roaring engines of tourist herds. For such an experience coming this close to Nature is a vivid reminder of being somewhere special in the African wilderness.
This is a pure Wildlife Safari Luxury experience in one of the world’s most preferred wildlife safari destination. The Great Migration, The Big Five, Unique Bird Collections, Endangered Species, Highest concentration of Carnivores and Herbivores, Scenic and Spectacular Landscapes are some of the attractions that will be encountered!
Having a chance of encountering this phenomena gives you a life time experience from nature. During game viewing spotting herbivores coloring the endless plains while feeding gives you a thrilling experience!
Highest concentration of carnivores especially all the big African cats such as Lions, Leopards, Cheetah and Spotted Hyena! Seeing these powerful predators hunting and sometimes fighting for the territory all makes your day! Endangered Species. Tanzania is one of the last remaining sanctuary for critically endangered Black rhino as well as endangered African hunting dog.
Special National Parks Includes, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Mt Kilimanjaro National Park, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Arusha National Park

Day 1:Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport & Transfer to the Lodge
Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport and Transfer to the Hotel in Arusha check in for overnight and have lunch. Located at the foot of Mount Meru. No wonder it is known as the green city of Tanzania. Arusha is a multicultural city with a population of mixed backgrounds. There are indigenous tribes of the area, Tanzanians of mixed heritage (Arab, Swahili and Indian heritage) and a strong white community. The city is relatively small and residents lead a more laid back kind of life. The city has a strong diplomatic community and legacy of having had UN and African Union offices. Christianity, Islam and Hinduism are the main religious denominations.

Day 2:Excellent Scenic Game Drive in Kilimanjaro National Park
Tanzania safarisAfter Morning breakfast Transfer to Kilimanjaro National Park The essence of the evening game drive set out in search of nocturnal predators and other brilliant wildlife on a night tour. Drive through a private wildlife concession, placed in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. Shu’mata Hill promises breathtaking views and wildlife encounters from its stunning slopes. Evening safari through these beautiful areas are a feast for the senses. They include unbelievable scenery, as well as fresh and cool breezes that caress your face, natural aromas that perfume the air, and wondrous African sounds. Leave the camp after sunset to experience its night life, full of grazing herds of eland, zebra, wildebeest, and gazelle, as well as the predators that prey on these species. Excursions to suit the preferences of every guest. Choose to view a certain animal, learn about the behaviors of different species and their habitats or simply enjoy the vast expanse of land and dark surroundings. After the evening search for the specials here drive back to the lodge for overnight This volcanic massif stands in splendid isolation above the surrounding plains, with its snowy peak looming over the savannah. The mountain is encircled by mountain forest. Numerous mammals, many of them endangered species, live in the park. Crowned by the Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, Kilimanjaro National Park is one of Tanzania Popular parks. In 1987, UNESCO declared Kilimanjaro a World Heritage Site due to its uniqueness. The Kilimanjaro Mountain is located in the Northern Tanzania right to the border to the Kenyan republic in Eastern Africa.
Rising abruptly from the open plains, capped by snow and frequently fringed by clouds, it is one of the Africa classic images. Kilimanjaro is a dormant but not extinct volcano.

Apart from a mountain, the park offers other attractions and there are some rare and endemic species of flora and fauna. 2,500 species of plants and 140 mammal species have been recorded.

Day 3 :Full Day Scenic Game Drive in Tarangire National Park
After early Morning breakfast proceed for the full day exploring of the park. The park is impressively splendid for its famous concentration of wild animals especially the elephants and it is also one of the finest birding destinations in East Africa. The name of the park originates from the Tarangire River that crosses the park and covers an area of 2850 km2. The Park has remarkable attractions with large groups of Elephants, spectacular natural beauty of savanna landscape and magnificent majestic Baobabs. Over 550 different bird species have been recorded in the park, of which several are threatened or endemic. Tarangire is noted as a safari destination for its large concentration of wildlife population. Animals like elephants, eland, giraffe, lions, buffalo, water buck, bush buck, gazelles, yellow baboon, ostrich, cheetah, leopards and zebra are easily spotted, common dwarf mongoose, white giraffe, wildebeest, Beautiful Baobab tree that can live up to 300 years and can grow trunks reaching more than 100feet in circumference. They have spent quite some time on the planet and seen a lot of history. So if only they could talk, they would surely be interesting storytellers! Explore Tarangire River Is the only sources of water for thousands of animals in the dry season thus offering a fantastic game driving experience.

Day 4:Morning Guided Nature walking safari in Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National ParkAfter early Morning breakfast join the armed ranger guide for engaging and most exciting scenic guided walkThis gives you a more learning experience about animals within the bushland and a better way of spotting animals within the bushland and a better way of spotting animals at a close range. It is mostly done in the morning and evenings and brings about a different scope and sense of adventure. It also conveys a different dimension in the whole safari experience enjoy animals such as herds of elephants, buffaloes, wildebeests, gazelles, zebras offering you an opportunity to explore the large herds of elephants alongside animals like giraffe, Oryx, starling, greater kudu, gazelle, heartbeats, wildebeest, zebra, lions, leopards and tree climbing pythons.

Day 5:Full Day Game Drive in Arusha National Park

After early morning breakfast from the lodge drive to Arusha National park the Great destination. It is the most accessible national park in Tanzania and stands out for its incredible scenery including volcanic craters and lakes. It takes less than two hours of driving to reach the park from the city center. The most noticeable feature in the park is Mount Meru but expect to spot baboons, buffalo, bushbucks, elephants, giraffe, hippos and leopards among other creatures.
Afternoon Canoeing on Lake Morella
After your picnic lunch in this great park with fantastic view at the great spot proceed for the best romantic Iconic Canoeing on a group of alkaline lakes found in the park on the largest and most popular which attract many of the park animals. Canoeing in Arusha National Park stands out because it is the best way to experience the full beauty of the park, its animals and birds. After canoeing proceed with the evening game drive to catch up of with lazy evening wonderers.

Day 6:Transfer to Lake Manyara National park & Afternoon Canoeing on Lake Manyara
Tanzania game safarisAfter early morning breakfast Transfer to Lake Manyara National Park arriving to the lodge for Lunch, after lunch proceed for evening Game Drive in this lush green vegetation consisting of tall trees of the ground water forest, the tree climbing lions, the soda lake inhabited with thousands of pink-hued flamingos, large water birds and the troops of baboons and blue monkeys and the rift valley escarpment make your safari to this area unforgettable. The park derives its name from a plant called Euphorbia tirucalli, known as Emanyara in Maasai language and covers an area of 648.7 km2. The varied diversity of habitats including the rift valley escarpment, open grassland, woodland and the lake makes the area an ideal place to visit.
Animals found here includes elephant, buffalo, hippo, lion, leopard, occasional cheetah and giraffe. Lions here have opted to rest up during the heat of midday in trees, giving Manyara Lions somehow different behavior.

Day 7:Full Day Game Drive in Lake Manyara National Park
After early morning breakfast proceed to Lake Manyara National Park for a full day Game drive along the lower slopes of the Great Rift Valley inhabited with variety of wildlife species like Elephants, Buffalo, Antelop, Lions, Leopards and Giraffe gives unforgettable sightings all the day. The night game drive safari through a diverse ecosystems gives the chance to see nocturnal animals and birds makes you feel like you’ve entered a whole new world!

This activity will expose you to view the steep escarpment patched with ever green forests as well as getting close to dozens of aquatic and birds species. The present natural walking trails takes you up and down the hills. The trails pass in areas with higher concentration of wildlife and varied habitats providing a chance of exploring the wilderness and getting close to nature the essence of a game drive add another dimension to your experience and enter the world of Africa’s nocturnal predators on a thrilling night drive. Night drives at Lake Manyara National Park are particularly spectacular, with the moon reflecting off the lake. The expert Ranger guide will take you through the park’s diverse habitats in search of nocturnal animals and sounds, giving you a completely different perspective of the lake and the Rift Valley Escarpment. The wild animals in this park are in top notch condition, due to the dependable water supply year round. There is an abundance of elusive animals that are rarely seen in the day, but that are incredibly active at night. Keep your eyes open, and hopefully you will be lucky enough to spot shy genets, lithe civet cats and prickly porcupines. Possibly easier to see will be the massive hippos happily foraging under a leafy tree on the road side. Fleeting leopards often wander around the park and, even though it is not a given that you will see one, there are regular sightings of them. The kings of the jungle, the golden lions, pride themselves on sleeping all day so fortunately, you are sure to seen them as they are most mobile at night and afterward drive back to the lodge for overnight.

Day 8:Morning Guided Nature Walk in Lake Manyara National Park
After early morning breakfast at the lodge proceed for a Guided Nature walking safari in Lake Manyara national Park filled with endless natural beauty and wildlife for your eyes to feast upon. It gives you a chance to view the wild animals from up close. The Lake Manyara National Park is one of the best places for a walking safari because you can possibly spot the Big 5 here!
The National Park is situated between the Great Rift Valley and Lake Manyara. Spanning over 325 km2 out of which the lake surface covers 230 km2 the park has come up as a popular tourist attraction. Sporting a rich flora and fauna the park is home to over 350 species of birds. Lake Manyara National Park is a place you will definitely enjoy!
Located inside the park is Tanzania’s first suspended walkway. The walkway is situated high among the trees and reaches a height of more than 18 meters above the ground in some places. This makes it one of the best places to observe exotic birds, mammals such as blue monkeys, and large baboons in their natural habitat, enjoy elephants, buffalos, antelopes, and dik-diks and enjoy a great bird watching experience Hot Springs and the savannah and acacia woodlands. This will provide you the opportunity to view flamingos and mammals such as zebras, bushbucks, gazelles, giraffes, and elephants, water-loving birds such as Flamingos, storks, herons, and pelicans. After this walking safari experience return to the lodge for Lunch as you relax at your own private patio. Go to the swimming pool Nestled on the rim of the Great African Rift Valley with stunning views over Lake Manyara, Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro on a clear day. The lodge is set on pristine lush green gardens and local vegetation with over 130 species of birds.

Day 9:Transfer to Ngorongoro Craters

After early morning breakfast at the lodge transfer to Ngorongoro craters one of those special must visit places in Africa for the great wildlife experience it was until 2009 Ngorongoro Wildlife Conservation Act placed new restrictions on human settlement and subsistence farming in the Crater, displacing Maasai pastoralists, most of whom had been relocated to Ngorongoro from their ancestral lands to the north when the British colonial government established Serengeti National Park in 1959. The name of the crater has an onomatopoeic origin, it was named by the Maasai pastoralists after the sound produced by the cowbell (ngoro ngoro). Based on fossil evidence found at the Olduvai Gorge, various hominid species have occupied the area for 3 million years.

Day 10:Full Day Game Drive in Ngorongoro Craters
Tanzania game safarisAfter early Morning breakfast at the lodge proceed with your packed lunch to start your full day safari descend into the Ngorongoro Crater through a lush highland forest, with magnificent birdlife to be spotted among the different tree species. Once on the grassy crater floor, you may discover a large variety of grazing herbivores, as well as the predators that are attracted by this abundant supply of prey. Depending on the time of year, you may see huge flocks of pink flamingo around the shores of the shallow Lake Magadi, while the surrounding swamp is inhabited by hippo. The crater has formed its own ecosystem due to its enclosed nature, and is one place where you can certainly tick all the boxes. Sublime scenery, abundant wildlife, it’s very own distinctive the world’s largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera.
Lerai Forest comprised of yellow fever trees and Lake Magadi, a shallow soda lake. Roam to the east and you will find Gorigor Swamp and the Ngoitokitok Springs where you will see happy pods of hippo. The north of the Crater is where the bulk of the resident game resides thanks to the drier, open grasslands, you will possibly be gifted by Black rhino, Tusker elephants, lion, leopard and hyena along with healthy herds of wildebeest, buffalo and zebra, Elands. Other wildlife includes serval cat, cheetah, jackal, Grant’s and Thompson’s gazelle, flamingo and bat-eared foxes, as well as approximately 400 species of colorful birds. You have a place a great place to relax and unwind with fantastic view over the iconic beautiful sun as it descend to set arriving at the lodge in the evening ready for dinner as you relax and retire at your own pace.

Day 11:Transfer to Serengeti National Park

After morning breakfast transfer to Serengeti National Park, the road condition partly paved, mostly sandy and bumpy but spectacular with panoramic views over the crater hundreds of meters below. It is 152 KM about 3hrs drive from Ngorongoro Conservation Area Headquarters to Serengeti National park, Stopover for Lunch en-route at the selected Tourist Hotel/Restaurant for proceeding for Afternoon drive. This drive is scenic full of oddities and attractions that never seem to end, rich the get check in as you proceed for evening game drive through this great and endless plains.
Evening Iconic Game Drive in Serengeti Plains
Maasai people called this park ‘Siringet’, meaning endless plains. The Serengeti speaks for itself and with good reason not only the migration of over 1 million wildebeest through its plains and woodlands but also unique landscapes and other spectacular wildlife.
In your extended comfortable Landcuiser start enjoying Serengeti home to the world’s largest populations of Wildebeest, Zebra, Cape Eland, Lion, Cheetah, Hyena and Gazelles. The scenic beauty of the sky with cool nights and warm days makes your visit to this remaining home for great migration of large mammals incredible. As you drive through experience the Highest Concentration of Carnivores especially all the big African cats such as Lions, Leopards, Cheetah and Spotted Hyena! Seeing these powerful predators hunting and sometimes fighting for the territory all makes your African safari! Enjoy the African herbivores as they graze through the great expanse in this great endless plains animals such as Largest Concentration of Herbivores Serengeti has more than 28 species of herbivores including buffalos, wildebeest, zebras, elands, hippos and waterbucks. During game viewing spotting herbivores coloring the endless plains while feeding gives you a thrilling experience! After the drive proceed to the Lodge for overnight.

Day 12:Full Day Memorable Game Drive in Serengeti National Park
African Birding JourneysAfter early Morning breakfast along with your packed lunch proceed through the endless plains for a full day safari. The park covers 14,750 square kilometers of grassland plains, savanna, riverine forest, and woodlands. The park lies in northwestern Tanzania, bordered to the north by the Kenyan border, where it is continuous with the Maasai Mara National Reserve. To the southeast of the park is the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, to the southwest lies Maswa Game Reserve, to the west are the Ikorongo and Grumeti Game Reserves, and to the northeast and east lies the Loliondo Game Control Area. Together, these areas form the larger Serengeti ecosystem.

Driving around Serengeti plains is unforgettable experience, the almost treeless grassland of the south is the most emblematic scenery of the park. This is where the wildebeest breed, as they remain in the plains from December to May. Other hoofed animals – zebra, gazelle, impala, hartebeest, topi, buffalo, and waterbuck also occur in huge numbers during the wet season. Drive around “Kopjes” that are very common and they are great observation posts for predators, as well as a refuge for hyrax and pythons. This is the best place to find huge dark elephants, giraffe, and dik dik, plains zebra, 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle and Grant’s gazelle, and tens of thousands of topi and Coke’s hartebeest. Masai giraffe, waterbuck, greater kudu, impala, common warthog and hippopotamus are also abundant. Some rarely seen species of antelope are also present in Serengeti National Park, such as common eland, klipspringer, oribi, reedbuck, roan antelope, sable antelope, steenbok, common duiker, bushbuck, lesser kudu, fringe-eared oryx and dik dik. Herds support 7,500 hyenas, 3,000 lions, and 250 cheetahs. There are more than 500 birds and 300 mammal species. Get ready to feast your eyes on Africa’s most stunning sunsets. The bright orange horizon, casting silhouettes of giraffes and elephants, you have not witnessed a sunset until you’ve seen one in Serengeti. After the safari drive back to the lodge for overnight. Inviting incredible beauty of the African bush in expanses of windows and doors mean that you have nature right around you as you sit in the comfort and luxury of the superbly appointed bar lounge. A spreading deck surrounding the main lodge affords you breathtaking views of the endless plains upon which the lodge perches watch the animals sweep the plains as you take sundowners, see the sun slip like a segment of orange into the hills and listen to the sounds of Africa nestle up to you as night slides in.

Day 13:Visit to Masai People around around Serengeti national Park
Tanzania SafarisAfter morning breakfast Visit Maasai people well known for their culture and traditions get welcomed by their songs and music. The Maasai people of Serengeti have been herding their cattle for thousands of years. A proud, nomadic warrior race who count their wealth in cattle and children, the Maasai are struggling to integrate themselves in a dwindling world. No longer able to roam as freely as before with their herds, they must restrict their activities based on Tanzania governmental policies or disrupt the fragile ecology and tourism economy of the district as counseled by its policymakers. This is ironic since historically, the Maasai did not kill wild animals nor damaged their environment. They subsisted on the blood, meat and milk of their herds. They disapproved of agriculture on the grounds that it ruined the land for grazing. But today, they are learning to farm and to trade their crafts, their skills and their produce, cooperating with the tourist industries, taking their place as guides, drivers, trackers, cooks, assistants and managers to bring in much-needed revenue for their government and training opportunities for their young people.
They extend a welcome to your visit in return for support of their village, schools and health centers. Friendly and generous hosts, they will share their native melody, dancing and ritual wisdom with you to enrich yourself by the experience. The dramatic red cloth cloaks and spears of the Morani, or Maasai warriors, contrast with the rich bead collars of their children and gap-toothed wives, as they sing, dance and enact dramas with enthusiastic joy and pride in the richness of their very different culture. Traditionally, the Maasai live in extended families in Tanzania. The men are responsible for security, fencing their circular kraal with acacia thorns to keep marauding lions from attacking their cattle. The boys act as herdsmen while women and girls build houses or Inkajijik, collect wood and water and prepare food. Today, some families often live independently. The girls are as ambitious as the boys, keen to learn trades and develop skills as cooks, housekeepers, artists. And in turn you will learn something about maasai African traditional lifestyle, afterwards drive back to the lodge. Succumb to the allure of wild Africa at this beautiful Safari Lodge. From beautiful rooms and a breathtaking infinity pool with stunning views of Serengeti National Park to warm, gracious hospitality, exhilarating excursions and adventures and dining under the stars, giving you a holiday ultimate safari experience in Tanzania.

Day 14:Transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport
After early morning breakfast transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport, the drive is long but scenic it will take about 6hrs drive on bumpy dusty road of Africa. The distance from Serengeti National park to Kilimanjaro International Airport is 323 km the drive takes you through Ngorongoro conservation area, Arusha town the tourism capital of Tanzania. Stopover for lunch at the selected Tourist Hotel/Restaurant for hot lunch before proceeding to check in for a flight at Kilimanjaro International Airport