10 Days Groupsafari

10 day groupp-safari to Arusha, Tarangire, Serengeti, Olduvai kloof, Ngorongoro & Manyara

Dag 1: Arusha National Park

Meet you at Shuttle stop and our safari to Arusha Park will start from here. There is a trip to Arusha National Park – just an hour's drive away and nestled at the foot of Mount Meru. The park's landscapes are very varied and beautiful, with old craters, forest and lakes. There is a wide variety of birds and mammals to be seen, including buffalo, antelope, giraffe and colobus monkeys. On the lakes flocks of pink flamingos and many varieties of waders can often be spotted. There will be a picnic lunch with you. You will overnight stay at Mbega Campsite close to Arusha NP

Day 2: Tarangire National Park

After breakfast you will drive to Tarangire National Park for game viewing. Its famous for its dense wildlife population which is most spectacular between June and September, the dry period. During this time thousands of animals wildebeest, zebra eland, elephant, heartbeats, buffalo and Oryx migrate from the dry Masai steppe to the Tarangire river looking for water. Lions, Leopard and other predators follow the herds. Tarangire is also home to 55o varieties of birds. Overnight at the lodge in Zion Campsite Tarangire.

Day 3: Tarangire to Lake Eyasi

Morning game viewing at Tarangire National Park then drive to Lake Eyasi. For overnight stay at Nyika Campsite.

Day 4: Lake Eyasi

Full day excursions; Visit the Bushmen tribe of Datoga and Hadzabe. This is the only tribe remain in Tanzania that still lives primitive life. You will have a chance to visit their village, learn their culture and experience their hunting skills. For overnight we stay at the same campsite as the night before
Nyika Campsite.

Day 5: Eyasi to Serengeti National park

After break fast you will have a drive to Serengeti National park Via Ngorongoro Conservation area, which should bring some rewarding  further sightings of mammals. The vast plains of the Serengeti is just acclaimed as one of the world's great wildlife sanctuaries. With their extraordinary assemblage of wildlife. Many visitors' vision of the real Africa. Among the great herds of antelope are wildebeest, Thomson's and Grant's gazelles, impala, kongoni and eland, did dik, klipspringer, roan, oryx, oribi and waterbuck. Zebra are abundant, along with buffalo, giraffe and warthog. Those in search of predatory big cats are unlikely to be disappointed – lions, cheetahs and leopards are all found in the vicinity of the lodge at Seronera. Situated atop a granite outcrop, known as a kopje, the lodge and its grounds command far-reaching views of the surrounding plains, which are particularly memorable at sunset. For Diner and Overnight Stay at Seronera public Camp.

Day 6: Serengeti National Park

We have morning and afternoon game drives in the surrounds of Seronera, one of the most rewarding areas of the Serengeti for wildlife. The different habitats, which include open grassy plains, stands of acacia trees, granite outcrops and the gallery forests that line the water courses, ensure that we will encounter a wide variety of animals and birds. Another night at Seronera public Camp.

Day 7: from Serengeti to Ngorongoro via de Olduvai Kloof

Leaving early, we should enjoy further wildlife sightings as we cross the Serengeti Plains en route to Olduvai Gorge. The gorge cuts through layers of rock dating back two million years, where Louis and Mary Leakey unearthed fossilized remains of homo habilis, an ancestor of modern man and other ground-breaking discoveries. We will walk around the site, visiting the excellent museum there, and looking out for some of the interesting birds found in the area, including the red and yellow barbet and delightful purple grenadier. Continuing the journey, through Maasai territory, we climb to the volcanic Ngorongoro Conservation area, a World Heritage Site. For Overnight Stay at Ngorongoro Simba Camp.

Day 8: Ngorongoro Crater

Our Camp is situated on the rim of the world's largest caldera, the stunning Ngorongoro Crater, which forms a fabulous natural wildlife enclosure. With the exception of impala and giraffe, just about every African plains mammal is found at Ngorongoro, but we will be focusing our efforts on two we may not already have encountered at the other reserves: elephant and black rhino. We descend the steep track down into the crater for a day of wildlife viewing, with a picnic lunch. Later evening drive to Lake Lake Jambo Camp for overnight stay.

Day 9: to Lake Manyara National Park

The escarpment of the Great Rift Valley rises ahead of us, heralding our arrival at Lake Manyara National Park . The lake is fed by springs, which also water a lush jungle-like fig forest, spread out along the base of the escarpment cliffs and home to leopards and baboons. The shallow alkaline lake attracts large numbers of flamingos and is surrounded by stands of thorny acacia, where lions and giraffes are often observed. Hippos wallow in nearby pools, in the company of many water birds. In fact, with its varied habitats, Lake Manyara is an excellent bird-watching spot and even a casual observer can easily clock up over a hundred species. We spend the later part of the afternoon in the reserve, continuing to our Camp at sunset. For overnight stay at Lake Manyara Jambo Camp

Day 10: Lake Manyara Park

After  breakfast you will have a culture walking at Mto wa mbu there drive  to Arusha for overnight stay at  Point Zone Hotel. Ready for next destination....


We try to start a group safari every month. If you are intrested, ask Mkomwa Hamza when the next group safari will start.


Price per person is 1790 Usd
(this price is only valid in a group-safari)

 Package includes:

Transfers while in Tanzania, all park fees, camping, crater fee, all accommodation whilst on land, transport with 4x4 safari designed with popped up roof vehicle, three meals a day etc 

Package does not include:

All items of personal nature, Gratitude to your servants. If camping we prefer clients to have their own sleeping bags. 

It is a dedicated team of enthousiastic people who feel a passion for the land and who want to share it with you.

We are very serious about our safaris. All are staff members are experienced and qualified wildlife guides. They have a lot of knowledge and they know the areas like the back of their hands.