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DELUXE SAFARI IN TANZANIA

Tanzania - Private Guided Safari in Tanzania 8 Days / 7 nuits
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From 5870 $ per person (tax included)

Double occupancy - Deluxe Lodges and Camps 

Private safari  -  Group of 2 to 4 passengers in 4 X 4  -  English-speaking guide

Arusha: 1 night    Tarangire: 1 night   -   Ngorongoro Karatu: 1 night   -  Serengeti: 2 nights   -   Ngorongoro Crater: 2 nights

Did you dream of Out Of Africa luxury safari just for the 2 of you or in a small group of only close friends and family? This tour with private guide gives you an excellent possibility to explore Tanzania from the east to the west in a true comfort of luxury lodges and camps. 

 

Day 1     Kilimanjaro Airport - Arusha (50 kms)

Meet and greet at Kilimanjaro Airport. Our guide will be waiting for you in the arrival hall carrying a branded sign board. Transfer from airport to Arusha Coffee Lodge for overnight.      D

The Arusha Coffee Lodge is a haven for calming composure before your safari. Located in Arusha, at the foot of Mt. Meru, nestled among seemingly endless acres of emerald green coffee bushes, this idyllic lodge welcomes you to experience an unexpected class of style and service at her plantation-styled houses. Sip champagne as you reminisce about your adventures and the bygone eras of explorers and settlers. Indulge yourself and unwind in the hearth and home-styled comfort of the Arusha Coffee Lodge.

      

 

Day 2     Arusha - Tarangire

After breakfast, your guide will pick you up in 4x4 vehicle and drive to Tarangire. The road leads west at first, turning progressively south. It passes to the south of the Monduli Mountains and the east of Lake Manyara in the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley. Approximate journey time 3 hours*.

Discover the Tarangire National Park. Old hunting grounds declared a National Park in 1970, Tarangire is the sixth largest park in the country. Its name comes from the Tarangire River, which runs through the park from south to north. Covering an area of 2600 km2, Tarangire has an amazing diversity of plants (sausage trees, acacias tortelli ...) but is best known for the huge baobab trees dotting its rocky slopes. The park also offers a very diverse fauna. Many birds have been identified including lapwings, African hoopoe, kingfishers, ostriches, Kori bustards, secretary birds, vultures and marabou storks. The savannah of the Tarangire National Park is also home to many animals. Thus, although the park is best known for hosting one of the largest concentrations of African elephants, it also houses many other residents. Impala, waterbuck croissant, buffalo, hartebeest, Cape eland, kudu and hyraxes live there. Lions, leopards and cheetahs are also present but are harder to see because of the tall grass.

Afternoon safari in Tarangire in your tour vehicle (4x4).

Night: Tarangire Treetops, standard Room. The service includes laundry and all drinks (excluding champagne, exclusive cellar wine, cognac and single-malt whiskeys).     B, L, D

  

 

Day 3     Tarangire - Ngorongoro Karatu

After breakfast, drive from Tarangire to Ngorongoro. The road leads north, then turns north-west, rising from an altitude of 1050 m in Tarangire to over 1500 m in the Ngorongoro area. Approximate journey time 3 hours. Visit of coffee plantation

Night: Plantation Lodge. The package includes laundry and all drinks (except champagne and luxurious alcohol).          B, L, D

  

  

Day 4     Ngorongoro Karatu – Serengeti Seronera (154 kms)

Drive from Ngorongoro to the Serengeti. The road leads north-west. Leaving behind the fertile highlands area with its coffee and tea plantations it passes into the open planes of the Serengeti where Masai pastoralists co-exist with the African wildlife. Approximate journey time 3 to 5 hours, depending on the exact start and end points. Picnic lunch.

Discover the Serengeti National Park. Created in 1951, the Serengeti (from Siringet, meaning "endless plain" in maa, the language of the Maasai) is one of the largest parks in Africa. Covering an area of 14,800 km2, it abuts the Ngorongoro to the east and the Masai Mara (Kenya) to the north. This is a magical place both for the beauty and diversity of the landscapes (plains, acacia savannah, hills, and large forested areas) and for the variety of animals. The Serengeti National Park is home to a considerable wildlife population in all seasons: gazelles, antelopes, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, jackals, warthogs, monkeys ... all are gathered here. Elephants, hippos, crocodiles are also among the main residents of the park. Over 500 species of birds have been identified including ostriches, bustards and secretary birds. The park is also famous for its many predators: more than a thousand lions, hundreds of cheetahs, many hyenas and some leopards have been recorded. If the lions are more visible near the rivers (especially near the Seronera River), cheetahs and hyenas are more at home in the plains.

Afternoon safari in the Serengeti in your tour vehicle (4x4).

- Night at the Camp: Serengeti Pioneer Camp (Luxury Tents) - Includes Non-premium drinks and laundry           B, L, D

  

 

Day 5     Serengeti Seronera

Safari in the Serengeti National Park in the morning. Covered with uninterrupted columns of zebra and gnu during the May migration, the savanna is the permanent home of the spotted hyena and the jackals, which would probably be the first animals you would meet. The spotted hyenas have the habit of digging their territory along the sides of the pathways and the jackals occupy the holes left vacant by the just as powerful vultures.

Afternoon safari in the Serengeti in your tour vehicle (4x4).

Night at the Camp: Serengeti Pioneer Camp (Luxury Tents). - Includes Non-premium drinks and laundry         B, L, D

  

 

Day 6     Serengeti Seronera – Ngorongoro Crater

Spend this morning in a safari cruiser for the great expedition to find the Migration of wildebeest. But not all the animals in the Serengeti opt to join the wildebeest in their time-honoured circuit to find the best grazing. Zebras certainly tag along and a good number of predators who are looking for the weak and unwary. But many species are quite happy with their own territory, which makes a game driving in the Serengeti National Park an absolute delight and an experience to be remembered.

We leave Serengeti and head to Ngorongoro. The B144 is the main road running through Serengeti, linking it with Ngorongoro in southeast. Approximate journey time 3 to 5 hours*. Picnic lunch. Visit of Maasai village.

Night: The Manor at Ngorongoro – Lodge (Manor Suite). B, L, D

  

Day 7     Ngorongoro Crater

After breakfast, discover the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Initially incorporated into the Serengeti National Park, the Area is not a National Park. It was founded in 1959, following a conflict between the National Parks and the Maasai, as a nature reserve to protect a unique wildlife but also as a haven for the Maasai. Its name comes from the warriors of the tribe once living in the crater: the Likorongoros (which was distorted to Ngorongoro by the German colonists). The Ngorongoro Conservation Area offers a wide range of habitats: wetlands, grasslands, forests, streams and savannas. The crater itself covers about 260 km2. A World Heritage Site, it is in fact a caldera, caused by the collapse of a massive volcano nearly 2.5 million years ago. During the descent into the crater you will enjoy a spectacularly panoramic view of the interior of the crater. Even from the top of the crater wall you'll notice the first large herds as dark spots on the landscape. The crater boasts the largest animal density in Africa with some 20 000 animals including around 55 species of mammals, ostriches, Kori bustards, dwarf flamingos, crowned cranes, zebras, gazelles, warthogs, wildebeest, hartebeest ... all are present. Eland, jackal, black rhino and some servals are also among the principal inhabitants. The Ngorongoro Crater is further home to many predators such as hyenas, lions and leopards.

Picnic lunch. Full day safari in the Ngorongoro Crater in your 4x4 cruiser.

Night: The Manor at Ngorongoro - Lodge. (Manor Suite). B, L, D

  

 

Day 8     Ngorongoro Crater – Arusha/Kilimanjaro airport             

Time to say “good buy” to Ngorongoro! We are driving back to the east, leaving behind the fertile highlands area with its coffee and tea plantations, passing through the semi-arid savannah rangeland that has long been home to Masai pastoralists before reaching the Arusha area known for its vegetable and flower crops. Approximate journey time 3 hours*.

Transfer from Arusha to the airport for your flight back to Canada or to Zanzibar for your beach holiday (You can request your beach holiday package with our travel consultant).  

 

* Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.

Note: B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner

 

 

Your group of

4 passengers in 4X4

Price per person in

double occupancy room

Your group of

3 passengers in 4X4

Price per person in 

double occupancy room

Your group of

2 passengers in 4X4

Price per person in 

double occupancy room

01/11 - 19/12 $7127 $7400 $8036
20/12 - 01/01 $7738 $8014 $8562
02/01 - 28/02 $7440 $7715 $8265
01/03 - 31/03 $7128 $7402 $7952
01/04 - 31/05 $5870 $6143 $6691
01/06 - 30/06 $7183 $7459 $8007
01/07 - 31/10 $7613 $7888 $8438

 

The product includes

  • 7 nights accommodation as per the program in deluxe lodges and camps
  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • 20 meals: 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 7 diners
  • Services of an English-speaking professional driver-guide
  • Transport in a 4X4 Land Cruiser in your group of 2, 3 or 4 people from day 2 to 8
  • ½ litre of water available in your 4X4 per day per personne
  • Park entrance fees
  • Visit of Maasai village and coffee plantation
  • All drinks (except champagne and luxurious alcohol)
  • Luggage handling (note: maximum luggage allowance 15 kgs – soft bags only)

The product does not include

  • International Flights (you can request the flight with our travel consultant)
  • Visa Fees (approx USD 50)
  • Vaccines: updated vaccination record, yellow fever, typhoid, malaria treatment, hepatitis A and B
  • Medical & Travel Insurance
  • Meals, drinks and activities not mentioned in the program
  • All expenses of personal nature
  • Gratuities & Tips
  • Early Check In & Late Check Out
  • Internal & Domestic Flights for ypur holiday extension (priced separately)
  • clients contribution ($1/$1000) to the to the Indemnity Fund

 

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Tanzania - Private Guided Safari in Tanzania 8 Days / 7 nuits

Day 1     Kilimanjaro Airport - Arusha (50 kms)

Meet and greet at Kilimanjaro Airport. Our guide will be waiting for you in the arrival hall carrying a branded sign board. Transfer from airport to Arusha Coffee Lodge for overnight.      D

The Arusha Coffee Lodge is a haven for calming composure before your safari. Located in Arusha, at the foot of Mt. Meru, nestled among seemingly endless acres of emerald green coffee bushes, this idyllic lodge welcomes you to experience an unexpected class of style and service at her plantation-styled houses. Sip champagne as you reminisce about your adventures and the bygone eras of explorers and settlers. Indulge yourself and unwind in the hearth and home-styled comfort of the Arusha Coffee Lodge.

      

 

Day 2     Arusha - Tarangire

After breakfast, your guide will pick you up in 4x4 vehicle and drive to Tarangire. The road leads west at first, turning progressively south. It passes to the south of the Monduli Mountains and the east of Lake Manyara in the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley. Approximate journey time 3 hours*.

Discover the Tarangire National Park. Old hunting grounds declared a National Park in 1970, Tarangire is the sixth largest park in the country. Its name comes from the Tarangire River, which runs through the park from south to north. Covering an area of 2600 km2, Tarangire has an amazing diversity of plants (sausage trees, acacias tortelli ...) but is best known for the huge baobab trees dotting its rocky slopes. The park also offers a very diverse fauna. Many birds have been identified including lapwings, African hoopoe, kingfishers, ostriches, Kori bustards, secretary birds, vultures and marabou storks. The savannah of the Tarangire National Park is also home to many animals. Thus, although the park is best known for hosting one of the largest concentrations of African elephants, it also houses many other residents. Impala, waterbuck croissant, buffalo, hartebeest, Cape eland, kudu and hyraxes live there. Lions, leopards and cheetahs are also present but are harder to see because of the tall grass.

Afternoon safari in Tarangire in your tour vehicle (4x4).

Night: Tarangire Treetops, standard Room. The service includes laundry and all drinks (excluding champagne, exclusive cellar wine, cognac and single-malt whiskeys).     B, L, D

  

 

Day 3     Tarangire - Ngorongoro Karatu

After breakfast, drive from Tarangire to Ngorongoro. The road leads north, then turns north-west, rising from an altitude of 1050 m in Tarangire to over 1500 m in the Ngorongoro area. Approximate journey time 3 hours. Visit of coffee plantation

Night: Plantation Lodge. The package includes laundry and all drinks (except champagne and luxurious alcohol).          B, L, D

  

  

Day 4     Ngorongoro Karatu – Serengeti Seronera (154 kms)

Drive from Ngorongoro to the Serengeti. The road leads north-west. Leaving behind the fertile highlands area with its coffee and tea plantations it passes into the open planes of the Serengeti where Masai pastoralists co-exist with the African wildlife. Approximate journey time 3 to 5 hours, depending on the exact start and end points. Picnic lunch.

Discover the Serengeti National Park. Created in 1951, the Serengeti (from Siringet, meaning "endless plain" in maa, the language of the Maasai) is one of the largest parks in Africa. Covering an area of 14,800 km2, it abuts the Ngorongoro to the east and the Masai Mara (Kenya) to the north. This is a magical place both for the beauty and diversity of the landscapes (plains, acacia savannah, hills, and large forested areas) and for the variety of animals. The Serengeti National Park is home to a considerable wildlife population in all seasons: gazelles, antelopes, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, jackals, warthogs, monkeys ... all are gathered here. Elephants, hippos, crocodiles are also among the main residents of the park. Over 500 species of birds have been identified including ostriches, bustards and secretary birds. The park is also famous for its many predators: more than a thousand lions, hundreds of cheetahs, many hyenas and some leopards have been recorded. If the lions are more visible near the rivers (especially near the Seronera River), cheetahs and hyenas are more at home in the plains.

Afternoon safari in the Serengeti in your tour vehicle (4x4).

- Night at the Camp: Serengeti Pioneer Camp (Luxury Tents) - Includes Non-premium drinks and laundry           B, L, D

  

 

Day 5     Serengeti Seronera

Safari in the Serengeti National Park in the morning. Covered with uninterrupted columns of zebra and gnu during the May migration, the savanna is the permanent home of the spotted hyena and the jackals, which would probably be the first animals you would meet. The spotted hyenas have the habit of digging their territory along the sides of the pathways and the jackals occupy the holes left vacant by the just as powerful vultures.

Afternoon safari in the Serengeti in your tour vehicle (4x4).

Night at the Camp: Serengeti Pioneer Camp (Luxury Tents). - Includes Non-premium drinks and laundry         B, L, D

  

 

Day 6     Serengeti Seronera – Ngorongoro Crater

Spend this morning in a safari cruiser for the great expedition to find the Migration of wildebeest. But not all the animals in the Serengeti opt to join the wildebeest in their time-honoured circuit to find the best grazing. Zebras certainly tag along and a good number of predators who are looking for the weak and unwary. But many species are quite happy with their own territory, which makes a game driving in the Serengeti National Park an absolute delight and an experience to be remembered.

We leave Serengeti and head to Ngorongoro. The B144 is the main road running through Serengeti, linking it with Ngorongoro in southeast. Approximate journey time 3 to 5 hours*. Picnic lunch. Visit of Maasai village.

Night: The Manor at Ngorongoro – Lodge (Manor Suite). B, L, D

  

Day 7     Ngorongoro Crater

After breakfast, discover the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Initially incorporated into the Serengeti National Park, the Area is not a National Park. It was founded in 1959, following a conflict between the National Parks and the Maasai, as a nature reserve to protect a unique wildlife but also as a haven for the Maasai. Its name comes from the warriors of the tribe once living in the crater: the Likorongoros (which was distorted to Ngorongoro by the German colonists). The Ngorongoro Conservation Area offers a wide range of habitats: wetlands, grasslands, forests, streams and savannas. The crater itself covers about 260 km2. A World Heritage Site, it is in fact a caldera, caused by the collapse of a massive volcano nearly 2.5 million years ago. During the descent into the crater you will enjoy a spectacularly panoramic view of the interior of the crater. Even from the top of the crater wall you'll notice the first large herds as dark spots on the landscape. The crater boasts the largest animal density in Africa with some 20 000 animals including around 55 species of mammals, ostriches, Kori bustards, dwarf flamingos, crowned cranes, zebras, gazelles, warthogs, wildebeest, hartebeest ... all are present. Eland, jackal, black rhino and some servals are also among the principal inhabitants. The Ngorongoro Crater is further home to many predators such as hyenas, lions and leopards.

Picnic lunch. Full day safari in the Ngorongoro Crater in your 4x4 cruiser.

Night: The Manor at Ngorongoro - Lodge. (Manor Suite). B, L, D

  

 

Day 8     Ngorongoro Crater – Arusha/Kilimanjaro airport             

Time to say “good buy” to Ngorongoro! We are driving back to the east, leaving behind the fertile highlands area with its coffee and tea plantations, passing through the semi-arid savannah rangeland that has long been home to Masai pastoralists before reaching the Arusha area known for its vegetable and flower crops. Approximate journey time 3 hours*.

Transfer from Arusha to the airport for your flight back to Canada or to Zanzibar for your beach holiday (You can request your beach holiday package with our travel consultant).  

 

* Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.

Note: B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner

 

 

Your group of

4 passengers in 4X4

Price per person in

double occupancy room

Your group of

3 passengers in 4X4

Price per person in 

double occupancy room

Your group of

2 passengers in 4X4

Price per person in 

double occupancy room

01/11 - 19/12 $7127 $7400 $8036
20/12 - 01/01 $7738 $8014 $8562
02/01 - 28/02 $7440 $7715 $8265
01/03 - 31/03 $7128 $7402 $7952
01/04 - 31/05 $5870 $6143 $6691
01/06 - 30/06 $7183 $7459 $8007
01/07 - 31/10 $7613 $7888 $8438