Our 3-day Camping safari Tanzania is the best you can take if you are looking for a ‘no-frills’ budget safari in Tanzania but still enjoying all the wildlife and game watching opportunity that you can get in the shortest time possible.
This 3 days safari in Tanzania takes you to some of the best national parks in the Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit including a visit to Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park as well as the Ngorongoro Crater which is UNESCO World heritage site and one of the best wildlife areas in Africa and the whole world.
3 Days 2 Night
No size Limit
Transport on 4WD vehicle with the pop-up roof, which enable you to spot wildlife easier One-night accommodation based in BB” the night before your Safari.
Three meals a day on Safari All wildlife reserve entry fees All game drives as mentioned Transfer from airport and drop off All Taxes and VAT. Drinking water while on safari (2 litres per person per day). Concession/ Camping Fees.
International airfare & flights Personal Items (Souvenirs, Travel Insurance, Visa Fees, etc.). Gratuities for safari guide and camp staff Travel insurance Optional activities Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and beverages at the camp. Government imposed increase of Taxes and or Park Fees.
You will be picked up at the Kilimanjaro International Airport and transferred to Moshi town,or Arusha at your arranged hotel. You will meet your driver guide who will brief you on your upcoming safaris, then rest until the next day morning.
>>> Pick up from Arusha or Moshi early in the morning and drive for around 2 hour along a nice paved road to Tarangire National Park which is along the way when you take the Arusha – Dodoma Road; past Makuyuni Junction. Tarangire National Park is the place to be if you want see elephant herds in their big numbers as well as other big game and birdlife. Dotted with gigantic baobab trees the Tarangire National Park is one of the parks where you can see most of the big five including the leopards, Buffaloes lions and elephants with one exception of the Rhino. The park derives its name from Tarangire River which flows across the park ensuring the park is teeming with wildlife throughout the year. You will do game drives until later in the afternoon then transfer to Mto wa Mbu where you will spend the night at a campsite at Mto wa Mbu near Lake Manyara. Lunch and dinner included.
>>> This morning we will wake up very early in the morning and transfer trough Karatu township arriving early at Loduare Main Gate of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area where you will register to access the NCAA. You will make a brief stop at the Crater’s View point where guests are allowed to alight from the jeeps and have some great views over the Crater floor and an opportunity to take some pictures before descending to the Crater floor where most of the animals reside. You will to day spend the most of the day at the base of the ‘World largest Caldera’ doing game drives in a bid to spot all the Big five as well as many other animals that can be spotted at a very close range in this area. Ngorongoro Crater boasts of the largest concentration of wild animals in their natural habitat. Lunch will be picnic lunch at one of the picnic sites, and later in the afternoon you will drive up the Crater rim where you can camp at Simba Campsite or returned to Mto wa Mbu where you will check in again at your campsite. Request for the price to stay at the Crater’s rim if you wish. All meals are included. Breakfast, Lunch/lunch box and dinner.
>>> Breakfast at your campsite freshly prepared by your professional trained safari cooks then you enter the Lake Manyara National Park at the base of the Great Rift Valley which runs from North to South Africa. The 3rd and last day of your safari will be spent at this small gem of a park which constantly lush green with leafy green forests that are fed by underground rivers making it a very beautiful park regardless it’s size. You will do game drives in the few plains inside this park while elephants and giraffes can be spotted as you pass the forests right from the park’s entrance. The park is also home to thousands of primates including cheeky monkeys and large troops of baboons that reside in this wildlife park.
The lake itself makes up for two thirds of the park (220 Km Square) and at the shores of the lake you will see a lot of hippos as well as aquatic birds like cormorants, Egyptian geese, herons , as well the Greater and lesser flamingos that flock in this lake. Later in the afternoon depending on your schedule you will be transferred back to Arusha or Moshi where your safari ends.