16 Days-15 Nights Authentic Tanzania Safari

16 Days


This is an ideal Tanzania safari vacation if you are interested in diverse wildlife, fascinating cultures, stunning scenery combined with an extension of holiday in the dazzling historic and alluring spice island of Zanzibar. An  African  Safari  of this type is all about the different emotions you experience. The fun; the anticipation, the excitement, the fear and  the pleasure of game of game viewing in its natural surroundings and never knowing what is around the next corner.


  • Cultural Immersion in Marangu Village: Explore the rich culture of Tanzania with a visit to Marangu village. Engage in a hiking tour at the foot of Kilimanjaro, visit local Chagga families, witness blacksmiths at work, and experience the warmth of traditional hospitality.
  • Tarangire National Park Safari: Embark on a thrilling safari adventure in Tarangire National Park, where you'll encounter open savannah, iconic baobab trees, and diverse wildlife. Marvel at herds of elephants and predators roaming freely in their natural habitat.
  • Lake Natron's Unique Landscape: Discover the enchanting Lake Natron, a shallow alkaline lake surrounded by a dense rainforest. Witness the spectacle of massive flocks of flamingos painting the African horizon pink at sunset.
  • Serengeti National Park Wildlife Extravaganza: Experience the renowned Serengeti National Park, home to millions of hooved animals. Enjoy game drives and witness the legendary wildlife, including elephants, lions, rhinos, giraffes, and the breathtaking migration of wildebeests.
  • Zanzibar Heritage and Beach Retreat: Conclude your adventure with a cultural exploration of Zanzibar, delving into its history, spice farms, and local village life. Indulge in a day of snorkeling and a sunset Dhow trip, savoring the beauty of the ocean.


Your arrival into Kilimanjaro International airport marks the beginning of your wildlife safari holiday in Tanzania. upon arrival and transferred to our hotel near the airport. On a clear day, enjoy views of Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro. Dinner and overnight at Kia lodge or similar.

This morning, marks the start of cultural part of your holiday in Tanzania as you travel to Marangu village. You we will have lunch at a hotel. You have hiking tour at the foot of Kilimanjaro leading to a local Chagga Village, visit the families, learn about their history, see blacksmiths at work and can also try out the local brew. Located at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro, these villages are set against the backdrop of Africa’s highest mountain. Dinner and overnight at Sal Salinero Villa hotel or similar.

After a hearty breakfast in Arusha, you depart for Tarangire National park with a picnic lunch en route. Enjoy your your first lose encounter with African wildlife in this famed park that idolized in Hollywood movies, romanticized by early settlers and sought ever since by the modern traveler.
Tarangire National Park safari tour takes you to open savannah, looming primeval baobab trees and stretched groves of acacia compete with roaming herds of elephants and an impressive array of predators to provide the very definition of the African bush. Dinner and overnight at Kikoti Safari Camp.

Leaving your safari lodge early in the morning with a packed breakfast provides you with an opportunity to make the most of prime game viewing opportunities before heading back to camp for a late lunch.
Escorted by armed guards and a naturalist, a game walk (approx. 2 hours) in the late afternoon will give you an intimate taste of life as an African explorer before relaxing on Kikoti Rock with some of the best sunsets in Africa as a backdrop. An evening game drive in a convertible vehicle will open up for you the world of Africa’s nocturnal game before you enjoy dinner and retire at the end of an exhilarating day. Overnight at Kikoti Safari Camp.

Today, you drive to Lake Manyara National Park — a unique place for spotting lions perched high in the trees where, by nature, they are most at ease in the savannah.Afternoon Lake Manyara hiking tour to a beautiful waterfall. Dinner and overnight at E Unoto (Maasai village) Retreat.

After breakfast, spend the morning game viewing in Manyara National Park. Lake Manyara National Park safari tour takes presents you with a surprise where you discover unexpected oasis of tropical ground forest, nestled deep at the foot of the western escarpment that looms over the Great African Rift Valley from the Red Sea to Mozambique, later proceed to Lake Natron.
Lake Natron is a shallow alkaline lake, one of the many that bejewel the great Rift Valley, supporting massive flocks of flamingo that daub pink swathes across the African horizon at sunset.
The dense rainforest that border the lake harbour an exotic kaleidoscope of birds and monkeys. The dense canopy is alive with the chatter and squawks of the tropical birds and wildlife who make Lake Manyara home. Afternoon departure to Lake Natron arriving in time for dinner and overnight at Lake Natron Tented Camp.

A little bird watching tour at Lake Natron where you will enjoy the views of millions of flamingoes. Hike to a nearby freshwater waterfall where you can swim, cool off and relax! Visit a traditional Maasai village.
The tribal Maasai are the fiercely proud people of East Africa, who despite an ever changing modern world, have maintained much of their tradition and culture. Often nomadic, the Maasai are traditional herders, often wearing brightly colored robes and jewellery, still living in tribal villages. Dinner and overnight at Lake Natron Tented Camp.

After breakfast, it is time to depart for Tanzania’s most famous game park. Approximately 15,000 square kilometers, the Serengeti is home to literally millions of hooved animals.Your Serengeti safari tour game viewing is planned throughout the day. Overnight is at the Serengeti Serena Lodge

After breakfast, enjoy morning and afternoon game drives in Serengeti National Park, the park is famous for its legendary wildlife such as elephants, lions, rhinos, giraffes, buffaloes and millions of wildebeests, zebras and numerous grazing antelopes who remain ever watchful for the park’s predators. All meals and overnight at Serengeti Serena Lodge

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Your Tanzania safari in Serengeti offers you a unique opportunity to view the Serengeti from the dream-like perspective of a hot-air balloon. Sail through the warm air on our sunrise balloon ride and celebrate with a Champagne breakfast.

You say good bye to the Serengeti and move on to the famed Olduvai Gorge where the Leakey’s family made their famous early hominid discoveries, dated at 1.8 million years old. In the afternoon, continue on to the Ngorongoro Crater; famous for the greatest wildlife concentration in Africa. Overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

Ngorongoro crater is undoubtedly one of the most identifiable sights in Africa. This unique Crater is approximately 12 miles wide and has just about every species of animal found in East Africa.
The views from the crater rim are absolutely spectacular, but once you get down to the crater floor, you will know why it has been compared to Noah’s Ark. There are lions, elephants, buffaloes, wildebeests, Thomson’s gazelles, zebras, reedbucks, rhinos, monkeys, baboons, hippos, hyenas, jackals and thousands of flamingos in the soda lake, Lake Magadi. Depart for Lake Eyasi. Overnight at Kisima Ngeda Camp or similar.

Another taste of tanzania cultural tour.Lake Eyasi is host to the Hadzabe hunter-gatherers. Related to the San and Kung Bushmen of Kalahari fame, the Hadzabe are a fascinating, traditional people. Experiencing life through the eyes of such ancient peoples will give you a privileged view of the lives of one of the last groups of authentic hunter-gatherer groups left in Africa. Overnight at Kisima Ngeda Camp or similar.

After breakfast, you drive to Arusha arriving in time for lunch. After lunch, you continue to Arusha Airport for your flight to Zanzibar. You will be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel for dinner and overnight at Chavda or Tembo Hotel.

Your holiday in Zanzibar begins after breakfast, enjoy a guided exploration of Zanzibar’s history including the slave trade, a visit to the slave market and the Anglican Church, and learning about Livingstone.
Later enjoy a visit to Kizimbani spice farm where your host show you a few local spices, fruits and plants and an explanation about their uses and special properties.
Experience a local village where the villagers give a performance of daily activities including: a show on how their houses are constructed, a singing performance by the school, cooking methods, farming methods, social activities etc. This day is really a fantastic excursion that touches on every aspect of Zanzibar. Dinner and overnight in Zanzibar at Chavda or Tembo Hotel.

This is a day full of options you can decide to kick back and relax, go swimming, snorkeling, diving or simply do nothing but enjoy the ocean and relaxed pace of Zanzibar. In the afternoon, enjoy a “Dhow” Sunset trip as the perfect way to bid farewell to the experience and memories of Tanzania. Farewell dinner and overnight in Zanzibar at Chavda or Tembo Hotel.

After breakfast, say goodbye to Zanzibar as you proceed to the aiirport for your departure flight to Dar es salaam. Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and start your Dar es salaam city tour that will take you to the following attractions-:
Makumbusho village situated along Bagamayo road and holds authentically constructed dwellings parts (tribes) of the country .The museum often holds Ngoma ( traditional dances) other cultural activities are frequently held there.
Mwalimu Nyerere Cutural centre ( Nyumba ya sanaa) – The art house was established in 1983 by a catholica nun with the help of Norwegian funds.It displays traditional arts and crafts which are mostly made by women and disabled.
Karibu Art Gallery – Located a long Bagamoyo road at Mwenge suburban close to the university of Dar es salaam.This is the area where local people sell their art & crafts.Most of the goods are made at the gallery. The gallery offers a wide selection of beautiful pottery, paintings and carvings.
Lunch in town, a day room to freshen up will be provided. Enjoy your dinner before a transfer back to the airport where you will board your homebound flight and say goodbye to this great country.


Trip Includes

  • All park fees and emergency evacuation insurance
  • English-speaking guide
  • Unlimited mileage in a 4×4 vehicle with pop-up roof for game viewing
  • Full board accommodation
  • Drinking water
  • Birds and animal field guide book
  • A pair of binoculars
  • Government taxes
  • Transfers

Trip Excludes

  • Personal items (e.g., cameras, visa, and travel insurance)
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Pre/post accommodation (booking is available upon request).
  • Tips for your guide and cook. Industry recommendations are $20 a day to the cook and $40 a day to your guide divided by everyone in the vehicle.
  • International Flights
  • Travel documents like Insurances, Visas and Passport

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the Safari Tour Package?

The package includes transportation, accommodation, meals, park fees, and guided tours in Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. It may also include additional activities or services depending on the specific package.

What type of accommodations can we expect during the safari?

Accommodations range from comfortable tented camps to lodges, offering various levels of luxury and amenities. The specific accommodations will depend on the package you choose.

Is airfare included in the package?

No, airfare is typically not included in the package. Travelers are responsible for booking their own flights to and from Tanzania.

Is the Safari Tour suitable for children?

Yes, the Safari Tour can be enjoyed by children, but it’s important to consider their age and ability to handle long drives and wildlife encounters. Some lodges may have age restrictions or offer specific activities for children.

What should we pack for the safari?

It is recommended to pack lightweight and breathable clothing, a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable walking shoes, and a good camera. It’s also advisable to bring any necessary medications, binoculars, and a reusable water bottle.

Is the safari tour safe?

Yes, the safari tour is generally safe. The tour operators and guides prioritize the safety and well-being of their guests. It is important to follow their instructions, respect the wildlife, and take necessary precautions to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

What is the cancellation policy for the safari tour?

The cancellation policy may vary depending on the tour operator and package. It is advisable to review the terms and conditions before booking to understand the cancellation and refund policies.


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