3 Days Ngorongoro – Tarangire – Lake Manyara Lodge Safari


We depart Arusha in the morning for Tarangire National park and arrive around lunchtime. The park owes its name to Tarangire River, which flows across the area. It is characterized by dense vegetation of acacia and mixed woodland and dominated by huge baobab and old doum palm trees to a lesser prominence, as well as black cotton grass. Tarangire is famous for the annual animal immigration that takes place during the dry season. Dinner and overnight at a lodge

After having an early breakfast, we depart for Ngorongoro crater and arrive in time for lunch. Ngorongoro's caldera shelters the most beautiful wildlife haven on earth. The rich pasture and permanent water of the crater floor supports a resident population of some 20,000 to 25,000 large mammals. They are not confined by the Crater walls, and can leave freely; they stay because conditions are favorable. Since most of the Crater floor is grassland, grazing animals predominate such as gnu, zebra, gazelles, buffalo, eland and kongoni (Coke's hartebeest) and warthogs. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

We drive to Lake Manyara and arrive around lunchtime. Lake Manyara is known for its tree-climbing lions and has the most pachyderms per km sq. in Tanzania. As visitors enter the gate, they pass into the lush forest; home to troops of baboons and blue monkeys. Buffaloes and hippos also lurch in the adjacent Hippo Pool. The vegetation eventually merges into a flat-topped acacia woodland where, in the heat of the day, lions can be seen stretched on the branches of these trees - a habit prevalent to Manyara lions.

After the game drive, we'll drive back to Arusha to catch your flight back home.

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3 Days Ngorongoro – Tarangire – Lake Manyara Lodge Safari