Experience the magic of an African safari in Tanzania, where every step unveils the raw beauty of wildlife and landscapes. Join East Africa Safari for an adventure that transcends boundaries, taking you from the wonders of Lake Manyara Park to the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater.
Situated between Lake Manyara and the Great Valley, this protected area spans 325 km², with 230 km² of lake surface.
Lake Manyara Park is a haven for bird enthusiasts, boasting 350+ species. Encounter tree-climbing lions, flamingos, and a diverse array of wildlife amidst the enchanting groundwater forest.
Located 180 km west of Arusha, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area houses the remarkable Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A colossal volcanic caldera, the Ngorongoro Crater is a biodiversity hotspot. Explore its wonders, from large mammals to smaller species, against a backdrop of grassy plains, acacia trees, and serene lakes.
Embark on a safari journey with East Africa Safari, where every day is a chapter in the story of Tanzania’s wilderness. Our private safaris, led by experienced guides, promise an unforgettable holiday travel experience.
Warmly welcomed at Kilimanjaro International Airport, you’ll be transferred to the Green Mountain Hotel in Arusha for a comfortable stay.
A scenic drive takes you to Lake Manyara National Park. Enjoy a picnic lunch and an afternoon game drive before returning to your Arusha hotel.
Venture to the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the vast caldera, have lunch by the hippo pool, and return to Arusha.
Visit the Meserani Snake Park, where you’ll encounter some of the world’s most dangerous snakes. Immerse yourself in Maasai culture before departing for the airport.
A: The dry season from June to October is ideal, but Tanzania offers fantastic safari opportunities year-round.
A: Yes, our safaris cater to a wide range of ages and fitness levels, including family-friendly options.
A: Tanzania boasts the Big Five, cheetahs, zebras, giraffes, hippos, crocodiles, and diverse bird species.
A: Yes, Tanzania is generally considered safe for tourists. East Africa Travel Company prioritizes safety for a secure and enjoyable experience.
A: Essentials include comfortable clothing, sturdy shoes, sun protection, insect repellent, a camera, and personal medications.
A: Absolutely! We offer customizable packages to tailor your safari adventure to your preferences.
Embark on an African safari in Tanzania with East Africa Safari, where the untamed beauty of nature meets the richness of cultural experiences. Let every sunrise be a promise of new adventures, and every sunset a canvas painted with the colors of the wild.
|1 PAX||2 PAX||3 PAX||4- PAX|
|$ 1,641||$ 1,391 Per Person||$ 1,310 Per Person||$ 1,266 Per Person|
|Arrival||Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)|
|Departure Time||Yes Require|
|Included||2 nights’ accommodation in Arusha; Meals: ; Professional Guides; Park Entry Fees and Government Levies; Rescue and First Aid: Safety measures; Crisis Management and Safety; VAT; Safari Truck; Visa – MasterCard 3.5%; Money Transfer|
|Excluded||Personal Expenses; Tips $30 per car per day; Spanish and German Translation other than English; Additional Services; Tickets; Insurance; Airfare; Flights; Meals other than breakfast while in Arusha Additional nights beyond the two standard hotel nights included; Hotel upgrade costs if you decide to request an alternative hotel to the standard; Items considered to be non-essential, such as alcohol, beverages, cigarettes, snacks, etc.|