Within Tanzania’s breathtaking Manyara Region, Tarangire National Park is a breath-taking national park with granite mountains, river basins, diversified vegetal landscapes, and wandering wildlife. The Tarangire River is a magnet for thirsty wildlife during the yearly dry season. Predators naturally follow large herds of elephants, migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest, and eland. Since lions are among the most often sighted animals, it is uncommon for a tourist to fail to see this majestic animal munching or prowling. Additionally, Tarangire is the only location in Tanzania where dry-country antelope like oryx and gerenuk are frequently sighted. In addition, this vast region is renowned for its magnificent baobab trees, breath-taking views of the Masaai Steppe, and the magnificent mountains to the south.
The Central Serengeti, located in the centre of Tanzania, includes the renowned Seronera Valley, which is renowned for offering the best chances to see wildlife. This idyllic terrain is made up of infinite lengths of open grasslands covered in savannah, broken up by rugged granite outcrops, dotted with acacia woods, and drenched in a network of rivers and streams. A wide range of species, including giraffes, impalas, waterbucks, hippos, elephants, buffalo, lions, leopards, hyenas, jackals, servals, and many more, can be found in the Central Serengeti, which is a part of the big wildebeest and zebra migration. Game viewing, cultural tours, horseback riding safaris, and hot air ballooning over the breathtakingly beautiful landscape are all popular pastimes.
Africa’s most well-known wildlife park consists of Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Park and Northern Tanzania’s Southern Serengeti. For many people, the picture of acacia trees on a vast grassy plain represents Africa. The yearly wildebeest migration, which passes across the Serengeti and the Masai Mara and involves more than a million animals, is the world’s greatest mass movement of land mammals. Elephant, giraffe, gazelle, eland, and large prides of lions can all be spotted, making for some incredible photo opportunities. Rides in hot air balloons offer further ideas. Additionally, trips that dive into the rich culture of the Masai people are available for tourists to enjoy.
You will start early on the last day of your safari. After a brief breakfast, you’ll start your early morning descend into the crater bottom at roughly 6:30 AM. The biggest intact, inactive, and empty volcanic caldera in the world is the Ngorongoro Crater. It has a huge floor area of over 260 square kilometres and a depth of more than 2000 feet. You will see a lot of animal activity during the five-hour game drive on the crater bottom. Keeping the camera at the ready is unquestionably advised. There are several African elephants, buffalo, black rhinoceroses, hippos, hyenas, cheetahs, and lions. After eating a picnic lunch beside the lovely Hippo pool, you will start the ascent to the crater’s top exit. There is still a four-hour drive to get to Arusha at the end of your safari. By 6:00 PM, you will be dropped off at the Arusha area of your choice. It is now time to say goodbye to your team after an amazing experience and a tonne of memories.