3 Days 2 Nights Safari – Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire

1Day 1: MOSHI – LAKE MANYARA - NGORONGORO

Manyara Region takes its name from Lake Manyara, which is one of the major lakes formed in ancient times by the Great Rift Valley. It is the only Region in Tanzania to be bisected into two by the Great Rift Valley. It is a major wildlife water source and is, therefore, an essential part of the wildlife ecosystems of Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Tarangire National Park. In addition, Lake Manyara is the country’s largest breeding ground for tens of thousands of flamingos.

Meals: FB
Budget lodging: Twiga lodge & campsite / Rhino lodge/Endoro Lodge / Kirurumu Tented Camp Manyara
Standard lodging: Ngorongoro wildlife Lodge/L. Manyara wildlife lodge/Ngorongoro farm house / Roika Tarangire Tented Camp Luxury lodging: Ngorongoro Sopa lodge / Ngorongoro Serena lodge/L. Manyara Serena Lodge / Tarangire sopa lodge.

2DAY 2: NGORONGORO CRATER – TARANGIRE

After breakfast descend down to the crater with lunch boxes for full day game drive. Ngorongoro district in Tanzania, home to the famous Ngorongoro crater and bordering the Serengeti national park, is surely one of the most beautiful landscapes on earth. Animals are free to move here. This free mobility of animals and rich volcanic soil, lush forests and spring source lakes on the crater floor tend to attract tourists throughout the year. Ngorongoro also has some of the bird prey, the most common bird prey is the Augur Buzzard which is either black and white or rare all black and also the Verreaux’s Eagle.

3DAY 3: TARANGIRE – MOSHI /ARUSHA

After breakfast go for half day game drive in Tarangire National Park, then drive back to Moshi/ Arusha.

Tarangire lies to the south of the large open grass plains of southern Maasai land and is the best-kept, secret on the northern safari circuit. It offers wonderful panoramas of wide savannah Grasslands dotted. With open acacia woodland studded with large Baobab trees. The density of game is second only to the Crowded Ngorongoro Crater.