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2 day tarangire safari

Wildlife Safari experience from Zanzibar in 6 Day

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6 Days Safari from Zanzibar to Tanzania

The 6-day Safari from Zanzibar, offered by Travel-Wise Safari, is an exhilarating trip that will take you on an unforgettable adventure through some of Tanzania's most breathtaking national parks. Starting in Zanzibar, this safari tour from Zanzibar island will lead you on an exciting wildlife exploration of the renowned Serengeti National Park, where you'll witness the annual wildebeest migration and have the chance to see lions, elephants, and other magnificent creatures. You'll also get to visit the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world's most unique natural marvels, before heading to Lake Manyara National Park, known for its lions that climb trees and its diverse bird population. Throughout your journey, you'll have experienced guides with you to ensure your safety and provide valuable insights about the wildlife and the region's rich culture.

6 Day Safari from Zanzibar Highlights

You Will Visit 

  • Tarangire National Park 

  • Serengeti National Park 

  • Ngorongoro Crater and 

  • Lake Mayara National Park 


  • Day 1 - Heart and Soul Lodge 

  • Day 2 &3 - Serengeti Heritage Tented Camp

  • Day 4 - Rhino Lodge Ngorongoro 

  • Day 5 - Heart and Soul Lodge 

  • Day 6 - No Accommodation 

Safari from Zanzibar All inclusive

6 Day Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Tarangire Safari Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 -Zanzibar -Arusha-Tarangire National Park

Your safari adventure begins today! First, our driver will come to your hotel in Zanzibar to take you to the airport. You'll be flying to Arusha Airport, which takes about an hour in a small plane. When you arrive in Arusha, our safari manager will be at the airport to greet you and give you a quick overview of your 6-day safari. After that, one of our expert safari guides will pick you up from Arusha Airport and drive you for about 2 hours to Tarangire National Park.

This park is famous for its big groups of elephants and lots of really old baobab trees, which are the biggest trees on the continent. As you ride in a vehicle with an open roof, you'll see seasonal swamps, open grasslands, and the Tarangire River, which is home to a wide range of animals, like many types of birds, giraffes, impalas, zebras, lions, leopards, elands, warthogs, and elephants. Later in the day, you'll head to your lodge for dinner and spend the night there.

>  Accommodation:

✓  Name: Heart and Soul Lodge.

✓  Type: Lodge

✓  Level: Mid-range

Day 02 - Tarangire National Park to the Serengeti National Park.

After you finish breakfast, you'll head towards the Rift Valley, passing through places like Mto Wa Mbu and Karatu, which are in cooler areas up in the mountains. Then, you'll enter the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, where you'll take a quick look into the Ngorongoro Crater from a special viewpoint. As you continue your journey around the crater, you'll go down the other side, feeling the bumpy road, which can be like a free "African massage." You'll also pass by Maasai villages on your way to the Serengeti National Park.

At the Naabi Hill entrance gate, there's a spot where you can walk to a high point with amazing views of the Serengeti plains. After that, you'll keep going toward the Seronera Area, which is right in the middle of the Serengeti. This park is home to a ton of wildlife, including the Big Five, which are lions, elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, and leopards. Later in the afternoon, you'll reach the Serengeti Heritage Tented Camp. This camp is in a quiet spot, deep in the wilderness, and the night sky is filled with beautiful stars. You'll have lunch on the way there.

Breakfast; Lunch; Dinner

>  Accommodation:

✓  Name: Serengeti Heritage Tented Camp.

✓  Type: Lodge

✓  Level: Mid-range

Day 03 - Full day at the Serengeti National Park.

On this day, you have the option to get up early for a sunrise safari ride to see some rare animals that come out at night and those who wake up early in the morning. This is a great time to get close to the animals because many of them like to hang out by the roads to avoid the morning dew. After having breakfast at your camp, you'll spend the whole day exploring the Serengeti National Park through safari rides.

The word "Serengeti" comes from the Maasai language, and it means "endless plains." And just as the name suggests, you'll get to explore huge open areas of African grasslands in search of many different animals that the Serengeti has to offer. In addition to wildebeests, you can expect to see other animals like elephants, lions, cheetahs, hard-to-find leopards, zebras, elands, and a whole bunch of birds that live there or visit during their migration.

>  Accommodation:

✓  Name: Serengeti Heritage Tented Camp

✓  Type: Lodge

Day 04 - Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro Crater.

After having breakfast at your camp or lodge, we'll check out and go for one more game drive in the Serengeti. During this drive, you'll get to see the Seronera River Valley, which is full of animals and birds, or you can choose to explore another part of the Serengeti, depending on what your experienced safari guide suggests.

Your safari guide will stay in touch with other guides using special radios in our safari cars, so he'll know the best places to go. Later in the day, we'll drive back to the Ngorongoro Conservation area and check in at a lodge where you'll have dinner and spend the night.

Dinner and overnight at a nice mid-range lodge at  Ngorongoro Crater  All meals included.

>  Accommodation:

✓  Name: Rhino Lodge

✓  Type: Lodge

✓  Level: Mid-range

Day 05 - Ngorongoro Crater – Lake Manyara National Park.

After breakfast at your lodge, you'll head down early to the bottom of the Ngorongoro Crater for a safari adventure. It's a good idea to get there as early as possible, either right after breakfast or with some food to go, to increase your chances of seeing rare animals like Black Rhinos if you're lucky.

You'll spend the morning exploring the Ngorongoro Crater, which is like a natural zoo with really high walls around it. It's home to a lot of wild animals, and if you're fortunate, you might even see the Big Five (lions, elephants, buffaloes, leopards, and rhinos) in just one day. After having a picnic lunch, most likely by the hippo pool, you'll drive back up the crater's edge and out of the conservation area.

>  Accommodation:

✓  Name: Heart and Soul Lodge.

✓  Type: Lodge

✓  Level: Mid-range

Day 6  Lake Manyara National Park- Arusha-Zanzibar.

After you eat breakfast, you'll head to Lake Manyara National Park. Ernest Hemingway once said the lake here was "the most beautiful I had seen in Africa." This park is like a neat circle for seeing animals, and it's one of the most diverse wildlife reserves in the country. The lake itself takes up a big part of the park, and the Great Rift Valley makes a stunning background.

In Lake Manyara, you can spot over 400 kinds of birds, including thousands of pink-colored flamingos that are always moving around. You can also see other big water birds like pelicans, cormorants, and storks.

In the afternoon you will head back to Arusha, where you will be dropped off at the airport for the flight back to Zanzibar.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

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