Day 1.

Arrive Arusha (via Nairobi or Mt. Kilimanjaro International) and transfer to the Hotel/Lodge for your first overnight. You’ll have a “meet and greet” safari briefing upon arrival or the following morning before starting your first game drive.

Day 2.

After breakfast we, depart for a 2.5hours to Tarangire National Park .Arrive in time for lunch a siesta. You will be out for an afternoon game drive for about 3.5 hours before returning to the Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Hilltops in the area offer astounding views down into the river, which provides the only permanent water supply in Maasai land. The area supports a great diversity of wildlife, including giraffe, buffalo, lesser kudu, eland, oryx and zebra. Lion, leopard and cheetah are also present in the area. Up to 6.000 elephants inhabit Tarangire in the dry season. Lunch,, dinner and overnight at Lodge/Tent Camp


Day 3.

Another full day in the park with game drives at your pace. You can take picnic lunches from the lodge or come back for lunch and a siesta followed by the afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight Lodge/Tent Camp



Day 4.

Today we depart for Lake Eyasi with picnic lunches. After breakfast we’ll drive across the floor of the Great Rift Valley through Mto wa Mbu. After climbing the Rift Valley escarpment we will reach the village of Karatu where we’ll take a rough road to Lake Eyasi. We will spend the remainder of the day exploring on foot this rugged landscape, which is still inhabited by a small group of Bushmen: The Hadzabe or Watindiga, who still live in bands, hunting with bows and arrows; gathering roots, tubers and wild fruits, just as they did thousands of years ago. We’ll overnight in the area of Bushman (weather permitting) or return to Karatu and overnight at the Lodge

Day 5.

After breakfast at our camp we’ll proceed to the rim of Ngorongoro for a hike and tour of the area, returning to camp for lunch. The remainder of the day can be spent hiking or relaxing at the camp. Or upon request, we can visit a Maasai Village in the area. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge  

Day 6.

Today we take the full day to visit Ngorongoro Crater. World Heritage Sight and often called the 8th Wonder of the World, Ngorongoro is a sunken caldera, 10 by 12 miles in diameter. Animals are found throughout the year due to the permanent availability of grass and water. Ngorongoro is one of the most spectacular game haunts in Africa, and contains an impressive variety of wildlife including black mane lion, the highly endangered black rhino; herds of wildebeest, zebra, elephant, and hippo, We’ll enjoy a picnic lunch within the crater, returning to Lodge in time for a relaxing dinner.

Day 7-11

After breakfast, we depart for The Serengeti, stopping along to way to visit Olduvai Gorge. This is where the Leakey’s discovered the remains of Homo Erectus, bringing crucial understanding to the study of the evolution of man. Serengeti is perhaps the most famous wildlife sanctuary in the world, and with good reason. During the migration, literally hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra can be seen making their way across this magical plain. In February-March they concentrate at the Ndutu and Salei plains, where the calving season takes place, attracting the attention of predators like lion, cheetah and hyena. You will be living the Ernest Hemingway style while in the Serengeti and the location of the camp is based on time of year.

Day 12

After an early farewell breakfast, you will drive to a near by airstrip for a short flight back to Arusha. Lunch and a day room hotel awaits. You’ll be transferred to the airport for your flight home or continuing arrangements.

Price Includes:

Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle

Professional guide

Meals according to the itinerary

Mineral Water (3 liters per person per day)

Overnight mentioned

All national park fees

Price does not include:

International flights
Tourist Visa for entry to Tanzania
Travel and Medical Insurance
Items of a personal nature
Additional excursions


Arusha Coffe Lodge
Arusha City

Arusha Coffe Lodge

The aptly named Arusha Coffee Lodge lies hidden amongst the sprawling grounds of Tanzania’s largest coffee plantation, set below the rugged peaks of Mt Meru. Guests can unwind in one of the lodge’s exclusive Plantation Suites, which each boast a romantic four-poster bed draped in Egyptian cotton linen, a split-level sitting area, ensuite bathroom, an open fireplace, a personal bar and a private veranda that looks out onto rows and rows of berry-laden coffee bushes. Guests can enjoy scrumptious meals in the Coffee Lodge lounge or sip on their favourite drinks in the bar area. A boutique store, swimming pool and garden terrace add to guest delight.

&Beyond Lake Manyara Tree Lodge
Tarangire National Park

&Beyond Lake Manyara Tree Lodge

Designed to exert minimal impact on the environment, &Beyond Lake Manyara Tree Lodge offers an exclusive interpretive safari in a remote, game-rich wilderness. Overlooking a forest boma, or outdoor dining area, lined with traditional dugout canoes, guest areas are characterised by soaring spaces that house local artworks and tactile fabrics. An interactive kitchen allows guests to observe the preparation of delicious dishes that are enjoyed in the theatrical boma or on the open dining decks, with spectacular forest views. The lodge also features a Safari Shop that boasts signature community craftwork and a range of lodge branded safari clothing.

&Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
Ngorongoro Crater

&Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

&Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge has been called the game lodge at the top of the world and, between the natural riches of the Crater spread out at its feet and the amazing architecture, it’s easy to believe that you have entered a realm of pure fantasy. With ever-changing views as mists swirl and clouds scurry over the huge wildlife cauldron below, the location is truly breathtaking. Divided into three camps, 30 stilted suites with banana leaf ceilings and grass roofs provide an intimate and exclusive Crater experience. Each camp has its own sitting and dining areas, with private butlers who provide warm, personal service. Brocade sofas and Persian rugs invite you to re-live the day’s experiences around a roaring fire. The domed dining room, where sparkling silver and crystal vie for attention with the huge windows and awe-inspiring views.

Four Seasons Lodge.
Serengeti National Park

Four Seasons Lodge.

Nestled within the Serengeti National Park boasting panoramic landscape views and a variety of wildlife, lies the Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti. It offers a spa, and the outdoor Maji Bar overlooks the infinity swimming pool and Savannah. The elegant and air-conditioned rooms feature African décor and come complete with a sofa, flat-screen TV, mini-bar and a safe. All rooms have an private bathroom with a bath and shower. At Four Seasons Safari Lodge, the Boma Grill offers a cultural Maasai experience with an authentic African feast and Maasai dancing. With spectacular views, the Kula’s Restaurant has dishes with local flavors and international wines. There is also a wine cellar where guests can experience food and wine pairings. The Serengeti features a variety of wildlife such as elephants, lions and cheetahs.