Manyara, Serengeti & Ngorongoro Safari

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Manyara, Serengeti & Ngorongoro Safari

DAY 1:

After breakfast in the morning leave Arusha town and drive to Lake Manyara national park (2.5-3hrs). Afternoon games drives and later in the evening drive to a lodge/campsite outside the park for dinner and overnight. Common animals likely to see is giraffes, zebras, elephants, tree climbing lions, leopard, warthogs, hyenas, buffaloes, baboons, blue and vervet monkeys and several species of birds including the lesser/greater flamingos, pelicans, storks etc on the lake.

DAY 2:

Leave the campsite in the morning after breakfast with your picnic lunch and drive to Serengeti national park via Ngorongoro Conservation Area (190km, 4-6 hrs as the road is sometimes very bad). Game drive will be en route to a lodge/campsite in Seronera area at the heart of the park for dinner and overnight. Common animals likely to view are wildebeests, giraffes, zebras, elephants, lions, hippos, leopard, cheetah, eland, warthogs, hyenas, buffaloes, blue monkeys, vervet monkeys, baboons and several species of birds.

DAY 3:

Early morning game drives before breakfast. You will be likely to see sun rise if it is on a clear day as it is an attraction there on the endless plains and probably spot the nocturnal animals as they are returning to their dens. After breakfast you will go the fi

nal game drive on the way out of the park to the rim of Ngorongoro crater at a lodge/campsite (175km, 4-5 hrs) for dinner and overnight.

DAY 4:

After breakfast in the morning descend the 600m high crater walls to the crater floor with your picnic lunch. You will explore this amazing area until later in the afternoon, ascend the crater and drive back to Moshi (250km, 4-5 hrs). End of safari. Common animals likely to see on the crater are rhinos, wildebeests, zebras, elephants, lions, cheetah, warthogs, hippos,  hyenas, buffaloes, blue monkeys, vervet monkeys, baboons and several species of birds including the heaviest flying bird (kori bustard) and the smallest flying one (larks).

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