6 Days ngorongoro Tanzania Africa safari – Great Adventure Safaris specialize in organizing wildlife adventure safaris to East African countries of Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania. Contact us for your amazing African safari and we plan an adventurous and a memorable safari holiday to one of the popular safari destinations in East Africa.
Enjoy your Africa’s most iconic wildlife while on safari in the Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tarangire and Serengeti National Parks. Meet with our professional guides to take you through a wildlife safari experience as he explains and give you all the information about your African safari. Visit a Masai village and spend time with Masai women and learn more about their life style and their activities.
After being picked up from boarder or Airport you will transfer to Grand Melia hotel in Arusha for dinner and overnight.
Leave Arusha town for Lake Manyara National Park dinner and overnight at Lake Manyara hotel after an afternoon game drive.
Drive onto Serengeti National Park African’s most famous National Park. Enjoy the game viewing en-route, dinner and overnight at either lodge or campsite.
Enjoy an early morning game drive when wildlife is most active. After breakfast continue viewing until lunch time. Lunch will be followed by a drive to Ngorongoro Crater with an optional tour of Olduvai Gorge. Dinner and overnight on the crater rim at Ngorongoro Serena lodge.
After the breakfast, set off with lunch boxes descending onto the crater floor. For game viewing late drive to Lake Manyara for dinner and overnight
After morning breakfast enjoy game viewing in Lake Manyara National Park with a picnic lunch late afternoon drive to Arusha town.
The best time to visit Tanzania depends on what wildlife you would like to spot. The country’s seasons and wildlife numbers are dictated by the rains, so you will have a slightly different experience depending on when you choose to visit.
Tanzania’s headline attraction is the Great Migration, which occurs year-round across the Serengeti National Park. Many people flock here between July and September for a chance to witness huge herds of wildebeest and zebra crossing the Mara River panic ensues as they try to avoid the jaws of crocodiles and other predators waiting to pounce. You will see lots of vehicles in the National Park at this time of year, though.
Tanzania’s ‘green season’, between November and March, is much quieter. While there’s a chance of rain showers, it’s a fantastic time for bird watching as migratory species arrive in their thousands. You will also see Great Migration herds with their newly born calves.
The only time we tend to avoid Tanzania is between April and May, when heavy rains can disrupt wildlife viewing.