Explore the North Circuit with this 7-days Tanzania Safari Vacation Itinerary
Tanzania is known for the plateaus, the caldera, and the wildlife it entails for years and years. An ideal Tanzania Safari Vacation encompasses a visit to the national parks, plateaus, the local villages, and the magical Serengeti. This customized 7-day Tanzania Safari itinerary is going to cover all of it.
Arrive in Tanzania and relax in your hotel before the real safari thing
Visit Tarangire National Park to get some solid glimpses of wildlife
Head out to the stunning and lush Ngorongoro Crater while detouring through the Mto-Wa-Mbu village
Pay a visit to the worlds largest inactive caldera, Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Explore the lesser-known corners of magical Serengeti
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Here you are on the land of Tanzania. It is the place which you are going to explore for the next 7 days. Meet your guide at the airport who will drop you to the hotel. Check-in and rest for the rest of the day. Enjoy the food, the surrounding, and the feeling of staying in the lap of mother nature.
Day 2: Get started with the safari Through Tarangire National Park
In Tanzania, the safari actually starts with visiting the Tarangire National Park. This place is full of wildlife that are enough to give you goosebumps like never before. A massive herd of elephants, predators, and countless birds make this place completely picturesque. Bok the day two of your Tanzania Safari Vacation for this park and explore it to the fullest.
Day 3-4: Depart Tarangire and head out for Ngorongoro Crater
After exploring the untamed roads of Tarangire National Park, its time to drive to another legend of Tanzania which is Ngorongoro Crater. The stunning and lush Ngorongoro Crater is a place that adds more wilderness to the wild. Spot big five in the deep forests of Ngorongoro Crater. On route, however, you will detour through the Mto-Wa-Mbu village, for a taste of Tanzanian culture. This town of 18,000 is home to a rich variety of Tanzanian tribes, with a high prevalence of Masai warriors. So, you will get to see the wild surrounded by the historic villages and town of Ngorongoro Crater. While enjoying all this, do not miss to taste the local cuisine of the town. They are delectable.
Day 5-6: Explore the Floor and Surrounding Plateaus of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Today, you will find you safari taking a sudden adventurous turn. From the wilderness of African forests, this safari will take you to the floors of the plateaus that reside in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This place was created three million years ago when an ancient volcano exploded in on itself. Today, this crater is the worlds largest inactive caldera. The wildlife it has, the rain forests it entails, and the scenic beauty it offers to every traveler makes this place stand out from the crowd. Enjoy staying there and exploring the beauty of this place on day four.
Day 7: Visiting the Magical Serengeti
While you were wondering whats exciting in this place, the meaning that the name of this place hold will fly unnoticed. In order to avoid this, lets make you aware of the real meaning of Serengeti. In English, this Masai term is translated as the place where the land moves on forever.' On the last day of your Tanzania Safari, you will visit a place where land keeps on moving. To understand this better, set out in a private safari vehicle in the early morning hours, beginning your multi-day search for the savannas prolific wildlife. Let the guides introduce you to the birdlife, mammals, or, the Great Wildebeest Migration that resides there. You will also get to know about some lesser-known facts, corners, and species of this remarkable ecosystem.