7 Days Camping

Arrival Day 1: We pick you up from the airport to Arusha.  Overnight at Sinca Court Hotel in Arusha or Sakina Campsite.

Day 2: Drive from Arusha to Lake Manyara
You will leave after breakfast with picnic lunch for Lake Manyara. An afternoon game drive in the park offers you scenic views of this small but unique park loaded with birdlife like flocks of flamingos and big wild game such as elephants, tree-climbing lions and hippos.

Day 3: Lake Manyara to Serengeti
Enjoy your breakfast before you depart for Serengeti via the Olduvai Gorge, this historical site is famous for the numerous hominid fossils excavated by the Leakey family,  which reveal a lot about human evolution. Meals and overnight at campsite.

Day 4: A full day in Serengeti National Park (R1)
Enjoy a full day in Serengeti plains – an environment of Over 3 million large animals, some of which are found nowhere else. Grab this opportunity to spend quality time in this one of a kind remaining important wildlife sanctuary. You will have two game drives one in the morning and the other in the afternoon to see lots of wild game including widldebeests (Gnu), the big cats and numerous bird species including ostriches. Meals and overnight at your camp.

Day 5: Round 2 (R2) Serengeti National Park 
It is greatly rewarding to spend another day in Serengeti searching for any wild game you might have missed in the previous game drives. Dinner and overnight at your camp.

Day 6: Selengeti to Ngorongoro
Drive to the Ngorongoro Crater floor for yet another fascinating Game drive. Ngorongoro crater, the largest unbroken caldera in the world, is a protected habitat for thousands of wild game and avifauna featuring lions, hyenas, wildebeests, zebras, black rhinoceros and varieties of small antelopes. You will take a picnic lunch, proceed to spend the whole day in the exciting view of wild game and later in the evening retire to your camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 7: Ngorongoro to Arusha
After breakfast, have a cultural Masai Village tour before returning to Arusha.

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