4 Days Safari – Tanzania Image Travel


It gives you the chance to see the “Big Five,” which is ideal for those with limited time. Amazing views

of the Rift Valley, the majestic Ngorongoro crater, spending a day with Tarangire’s elephants, and

traveling back in time to experience the Hadzabe’s (Bushmen) primitive way of life—hunting and

gathering—are just a few of the highlights. One of the rewards of this adventure is the chance to see the

“Big Five.”


The guide picks you up from your lodging place in Arusha or its enviros and proceeds to Tarangire
national park. This Park, with 2850 square kilometres, is known for its large herds of elephants, baobab
trees and good scenery. Apart from the rhinoceros, the remaining members of the “Big Five”; Elephants,
Buffalos, Lions and Leopard, can be spotted. Overnight will be at a lodge within or on the periphery of
Tarangire National Park.

Early breakfast is served then drive to Lake Manyara National Park for wildlife viewing tour. The
distance between the two parks being less than an hour; it is easy to transit between the wilderness areas.
Like all most lakes which lie within the rift valley, Lake Manyara’s water are shallow and salty making it
one of the hotspots for viewing water-birds.
A tour in Lake Manyara will afford you great landscapes due to the presence of the rift valley escarpment,
evident vegetation segmentation, a large variety of bird species, including migratory birds which come
from as far as Europe and common African wild animals such as Lions (many have been spotted on
trees), elephants, giraffe, monkeys and hippopotamuses. After afternoon session you will drive to
Ngorongoro conservation area for overnight at a lodge on the rim of the crater or Ngorongoro highlands.

Today, the earliest breakfast is served then check-in into Ngorongoro conservation area where you will
descend into the crater for tour. Listed among the seven natural wonders of Africa, Ngorongoro crater is
610 meters deep and occupies and area of about 260 square kilometres. The endangered Black
Rhinoceros, according to IUCN listing, is being refuged here and it is one of the few places to spot the
animal in natural habitat.
In addition to amazing landscapes, you will be rewarded by a good number of animals including
Rhinoceros (rare), elephants, hyenas, lion’s wildebeests and many others. In the evening you will exit the
crater and drive to Lake Eyasi region where y will spend the night in reserved lodge.

Day 4 :

At around 06h0, before breakfast, get off the bed and catch up with the Bushmen (Hadzabe tribesmen) as
they go for the morning hunt; you are allowed and they are receptive should you want to participate in the
hunt with them.
At around 09h0, return to the lodge for breakfast then visit neighbouring communities (pastoralists and
blacksmiths) for the exchange of knowledge. Lunch in the lodge at around midday then drive back to
Arusha, airport or your lodge where you will say goodbye to your safari guide.

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4 Days Safari – Tanzania Image Travel