|Pricing Based on Double Occupancy|
|Per person (1-3 pax)||US$2273|
|Per person (4 pax or more)||US$2020|
Day 1 – Tarangire National Park: You’ll be met by a professional driver and guide at your lodge in Arusha early in the morning to prepare you for an amazing four days in the Tanzanian back-country. Tarangire is famous for its giant baobab trees, large herds of elephant, predators and abundant game spreading across wide savannas. The park is also known for its buffalo, primates and astounding variety of bird life. We’ll depart early in the evening for lodging and dinner at the well appointed Kirurumu Tarangire Lodge. Enjoy excellent meals and service in the ambiance of the sun setting on the plains of Tanzania.
Day 2 – Tarangire National Park: You’re invited to join us for an early morning ethno-botanical walk in the wilds of Tanzania with a Maasai tribesman to learn about local indigenous cultures and their adaptation to the environment. After breakfast, you’ll embark on another full day of game viewing in Tarangire. Knowledgable of the habitat and behavior of Tanzania’s wonderful wildlife, your personal guide will share with you the fascinating methods of communication elephant use for individual and herd interaction. After another wonderful day in Tranagrie, we’ll return to Kirurumu Tarangire Lodge for Tanzanian cuisine and a comfortable rest.
Day 3 – Lake Manyara National Park: After breakfast, we’ll travel to Lake Manyara National Park and visit a nearby local school (depending on season and school operations) to learn about Tanzania’s children and public schools. Upon arrival to Lake Manyara in the afternoon, you will enjoy game viewing that includes Manyara’s famous prides of tree climbing lion. The park also boasts rich ground water forest, lakeside grassland and an abundant variety of trees and shrubs. The lake features numerous avian species, including flamingo, pelican, stork and a variety of shorebirds. During the game drive, the view across Manyara’s expansive savannas leaves one with a sense of seclusion. This is the romantic setting that provided the backdrop to the the story and film that would become “Out of Africa.” We’ll depart early in the evening for comfortable lodging and dining at the Kirurumu Manyara Lodge.
Day 4 – Ngorongoro Crater: You’ll have another opportunity to join a local Maasai tribesmen for an early walk in back-country to learn about local culture and customs. After breakfast, we’ll travel to Ngorongoro for our descent 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. We’ll return to Arusha in the mid-afternoon in time for evening meals.