|Pricing Based on Double Occupancy|
|Per person (1-3 pax)||US$2710|
|Per person (4-5 pax)||US$2500|
Day 1 – Serengeti National Park: You’ll be met at your lodge in Arusha early in the morning to transfer you for a pre-scheduled flight to Serengeti. Upon arrival, you’ll be warmly received by your professional guide to begin a five day safari in this most beautiful region. We’ll venture into the endless plains of the Serengeti, home to the highest density of wildlife in the world, as well as unrivaled natural beauty, diversity and scientific value. Our afternoon is spent game viewing in the central plains area. In the early evening, we’ll travel to the well appointed Kirurumu Serengeti Camp for lodging and dinner.
Day 2 – Serengeti National Park: We’ll spend a full day game viewing in the central Seronera plains and surrounding area in search of migratory and non-migratory animals. The most renowned wildlife sanctuary in the world, the landscape is characterized by vast stretches of open plains, punctuated by kopjes, rock formations that have survived from the Pre-Cambrian period and open woodlands. We’ll search for non-migratory species, including large prides of lion, solitary leopard, cheetah and graceful impala. We’ll return to the comfort of the Kirurumu Serengeti Camp for rest and well deserved Tanzanian cuisine.
Day 3 – Serengeti National Park / Ngorongoro Crater: After breakfast, we’ll enjoy a morning game drive before the journey to Ngorongoro Crater. Along the way, we’ll stop at the Olduvai Gorge for a brief historical tour. Our afternoon drive to Ngorongoro will take us along the rim of the crater and end with a delicious evening dinner and comfortable overnight at the Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.
Day 4 – Ngorongoro Crater / Eyasi: After breakfast, we’ll descend into the crater floor and spend a remarkable day enjoying the wildlife and landscape in one of the most beautiful places in Africa – the 2000-foot deep, 10 mile wide Ngorongoro Crater. You’ll view some of the world’s largest elephant herds, large prides of lion, and massive herds of plains animals like zebra and wildebeest. The crater is the last place in Africa where free-ranging black rhino can still be viewed. In the mid-afternoon, we’ll ascend to the rim and travel to Lake Eyasi where the early evening is spent on a guided trek along its beautiful shores. We’ll return to the pleasant accommodation of the Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp for rest and a delicious evening meal.
Day 5 – Eyasi / Arusha: We depart at dawn for a unique early morning cultural visit with the Hadzabe tribe, one of the few remaining indigenous groups in the region subsisting from primitive hunter-gatherer practices. We’ll return to our camp for breakfast, then visit another local tribe, the Datoga Bomas, to learn more about the region’s rich indigenous culture and heritage. Departing Eyasi after lunch, we’ll return to your lodge in Arusha in time for evening meals.