7 days Northern Tanzania safari

This 7 day safari features all of the popular Northern Circuit game parks, with a departure every Saturday. Special offers are now available for safaris in April and May.

Travel in custom designed 4x4 safari vehicles with open roofs for game viewing and a maximum of 6 travellers per vehicle — all with window seats.

The price includes meals, accommodation, park entry fees and visit to Lake Manyara, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater & Tarangire

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
Whats included in this tour
  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners & dining
  • Park fees
  • All accommodation including tea houses en route
  • All transportation including taxis and coaches
  • A proffesional diriver/guide
  • All taxes
Whats not included in this tour
  • International flights
  • Visa fees and entry clearing fees
  • Additoional accommodations before and at the end of the tour
  • Tips
  • Personal items
  1. Day 1 Arrive in Arusha

    Arrive at Kilimanjaro Airport, Tanzania. After clearing customs, look for your Adventure driver, who will be waiting for you. Your driver will transport you to Hotel in Arusha where you will be spending the night

  2. Day 2 Lake Manyara national park

    The morning starts with a drive to Lake Manyara National Park. Set against the steep escarpment of the Rift Valley, it boasts an evergreen groundwater forest and a variety of ecosystems, including acacia woodland, grassy plains, a swampy fan delta, and – of course – the expansive lake. This diversity attracts a wide variety of mammal, bird, and wildlife species. Manyara is also home to rare tree climbing lions. The park offers excellent game viewing with buffalo, impala, giraffe, bushbuck, waterbuck, hippos, and lots of elephants roam near the lake. Also look out for blue monkeys, vervet monkeys, and the very active Olive baboon troops.

  3. Day 3 Serengeti national park

    Head out after breakfast for the drive to Serengeti National Park. The word “Serengeti” is derived from the Maasai language, meaning “endless plain.” En-route to the Serengeti you can opt to visit as Masaai Village, a perfect place to explore Maasai culture and even participate in some tribal activities. Or visit Olduvai Gorge, known as the Cradle of Humanity; the Museum is a testament to the long journey that humanity has made from its humble roots in East Africa to its current state as the dominant species on earth. Enjoy a game drive enroute to your camp.

  4. Day 4 Ngorongoro conservation

    Enjoy a morning game drive en-route to Ngorongoro Crater. Descend into the Ngorongoro Crater floor for game driving and exploration. The crater is 600m deep, 16km across and 265 sq km in area. Enjoy the spectacular scenery and game viewing, in what has been described as the eighth wonder of the world. Many of Tanzania’s last remaining black rhino can be seen grazing on the open grassland of the crater floor, surrounded by some of the 20,000 large animals that occupy the crater, including lion, cheetah, eland, zebra and gazelle. Flamingo, among other bird species, can often be seen feeding at Makat Soda Lake as well. Afternoon drive to your lodge for dinner and a god nights rest.

  5. Day 5 Tarangire national park

    This morning drive to Tarngire National Park. Tarangire is traversed by the Tarangire River, which never dries up. Being the only source of water during the dry season, it draws hundreds of animals to the park, making for a wildlife and bird viewing spectacular. The landscape is varied, with grassy savannah plains, swamps, hills and spectacular baobabs. Enjoy a full day in the park with game viewing.

  6. Day 6 Arusha National Park

    In the morning, we will collect you from your hotel in Arusha and take you to the Arusha National Park. The park has an incredible variety of fauna and flora, which cannot fail to impress. The park offers excellent game viewing with a visit to the Ngurdo Crater. Buffaloes, waterbucks, giraffes, warthogs, zebras and baboons can be seen all year round as well as many different bird species. At the Momella Gate, an armed ranger will be waiting for you to accompany you on your walking safari that will give you the chance to experience the wildlife up-close. Only a few other national parks in Tanzania give you such an opportunity and it is something that should not be missed. Lunch will be taken at a picnic place and in the afternoon, you will continue your tour in the safari vehicle through the Arusha National Park. After plenty of time allocated for you to observe the wildlife, we will take you back to Arusha.

  7. Day 7 Departure Day

    Enjoy a morning at leisure before your transfer to Kilimanjaro airport for your flight home. If your flight departs in the morning, then a night accommodation must be added in Arusha – speak to us to your tour provider to arrange this.

Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
Shared Rooms included in teh Price Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
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Individual Rooms not included in the Price Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
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Watching wildlife in Lake Manyara National Park is good all year, but at its best from late June to October, during the Dry season. However, this very scenic park is at its most beautiful during the Wet season, from November to May, when the vegetation is lush and waterfalls cascade down the escarpment.

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The best time to visit the Serengeti National Park is in the Dry season (from late June to October). This period offers the best wildlife viewing in general – with the wildebeest migration as its absolute highlight. Wildlife viewing is good throughout the year, but certain areas are better at specific times. The timing of the migration varies every year (the best chance of seeing it is during June and July) while the wildebeest calving is from late January to February.

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Wildlife viewing inside the Ngorongoro Crater is superb at all times. However, grass on the crater floor is short in the Dry season (June through September) and this makes animal spotting easier. The scenery is lush and spectacular in the Wet season months (from November to May).

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The middle and end of the Dry season, from late June to October, is the best time for wildlife viewing in Tarangire National Park. Most of the animals migrate out of the park during the Wet season, and wildlife viewing is considerably less productive.

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The best time to visit Arusha National Park is from June to October, during the dry season. It is easier to spot the wildlife - since they normally gather around the waterholes, rainfall is minimal, vegetation is not too thick and mosquitos levels are reduced.

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January-February for the wildebeest calving; June-September for general wildlife viewing with a chance of seeing the wildebeest crossing of the Grumeti River (June-July) or the Mara River (September)

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Most of the year – July to March (The Serengeti will be crowded around the Seronera area)

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April and May (Lower rated may apply)

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Most of the year – July to March (The Serengeti will be crowded around the Seronera area)

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Most of the year – July to March (The Serengeti will be crowded around the Seronera area)

Departure Dates Confirmed Dates Trip Status Trip Status Price (PP) Including Flights Price (PP) Excluding Flights  
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$2,779
$3,170
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Booked & Guaranteed
$2,679
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$1,779
$3,470
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available
$2,779
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Booked & Guaranteed
$3,779
$4,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$2,879
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$2,679
$1,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Booked & Guaranteed
$4,779
$3,970
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$5,779
$3,270
Fri 18 Oct '16 - Sun 04 Nov '16
Available & Guaranteed
$2,779
$3,970