5 Days Tarangire & Serengeti Wildlife Safari

5 Days Tarangire & Serengeti Wildlife Safari

On the look of things, less than 5days safari to Tarangire and Serengeti national park will be the wrong choice for any traveler who wants value for money, a stress-free trip, and a true adventure. 5 days are ideal as you will have a wildlife adventure in Tarangire national park, situated between two famous national parks, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.

Enjoy a cultural experience with a very exciting group of the Masai people who will take you through some thrilling performances such as dances and songs.  Not forgetting a classic and indescribable experience at Serengeti national park, Tanzania’s most visited national park with a variety of mammals, plants and rare bird species.

Detailed Trip

Day 1: Pickup, City Tour in Arusha

On this day, our driver-guide will be glad to welcome you to the country for the 5 days and 4nights safari that takes you to Tarangire and Serengeti national park. It all starts with a briefing session with the driver guide who will summarize for you the trip.

Afterwards, you will head out for a city tour visiting some of the Historical sites, the museum and the local markets before going for dinner and overnight in your accommodation.

Day 2: Transfer to Tarangire National park        

After having a very hefty breakfast, our expert driver-guide will pick you up for a scenic drive to Tarangire national park, located at the backdrop of the Ngorongoro crater and Serengeti National Park. You will use a very interesting route covered with amazing features of the rolling hills, plantations and water bodies.

Arrive in the afternoon ready for lunch, and when that is over, you will go for an evening game drive experience that will expose you to different animals such as the elephants, warthogs, hyenas, and the cats such as the Lions and leopards if you are lucky.

Sum up the day with dinner and overnight

Day 3: Morning Game Drive and Transfer to Serengeti nation Park

When the breakfast is over, go for yet another rewarding Game drive experience in the plains of Tarangire national park, to encounter some of the mammals that you might have missed and those that you couldn’t see properly, there are chances of spotting unique migratory birds and mammals such as elephants and others in the 3-4 hours’ game drive experience.

Enjoy a bush breakfast before returning to the lodge to check out and embark on a journey to Serengeti national park, Tanzania’s most famous national park and host of the annual wildebeest migration that sees the huge wildebeests and gazelles forge a way to Masai Mara for green pasture and water. Lunch will be enroute as you reach the park in the evening for dinner and overnight.

Day 4: Morning game Drive and Cultural encounter with the Masai People

Wake up early in the morning and drive to the wilderness to catch up with the different mammals, birds, and primates from their slumber. These may include the lions, rhinoceros, African elephants, leopards, and Cape buffalo that form the big five, cheetahs, hyenas, giraffes, crocodiles, antelopes and hippos among others.

There are over 505 bird species recorded in this park, plus primate such as the olive baboons that can be spotted during the 3-4-hour game drive experience.

Return for late breakfast, rest a bit then head to the nearby community for an exciting cultural encounter with the Maasai people, who have a very original lifestyle admired by all the visitors who visit the park. They will sing, dance, and show you how to use some of the local hunting and herding tools. Thereafter, drive back to the lodge or dinner and overnight.

Day 5: Enroute Game viewing and check-out of the Lodge

After having a delicious cup of coffee, you will check out of the lodge and drive back to the city or airport while having an en-route game drive experience where you get a chance of spotting the giraffes stretching their long necks to get what to eat, buffaloes, elephants, antelopes and gazelles, the birds flying from one area to another, then if you are lucky, you will spot the rare cats – lions, and leopards hunting down their prey.

End of the safari