Tanzania Wildlife Safari

Tanzania Wildlife Safari information and booking

  • Duration
    3 days
  • Group size
  • Difficulty
    Discovery & Cruising
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Schedule Details

  • 3 day trip
  • 2 nights permanent campsite
Equipment Required
Specialist gear required include comfortable walking shoes or boots and day pack (a comprehensive gear list is provided in the pre-departure information provided on booking).


  • Visit Ngorongoro Crater
  • Wildlife viewing around Lake Manyara National Park

Tour description provided by World Expeditions

After a climb on Kilimanjaro or Meru, there are few better ways to glimpse the highlights of northern Tanzanian wildlife than to join this short safari. The world famous Ngorongoro Crater is considered the "Garden of Eden" of Tanzania in terms of game viewing and we spend a day doing just that . Other highlights while on safari include prolific birdlife at Lake Manyara National Park (depending on the season).

What's included

  • 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 2 dinners
  • Private safari vehicle
  • Services of english speaking driver-guide
  • National park entrance fees and conservation fees valued at us$185
  • Accommodation in comfortable safari camps with permanent tents and private bathroom


Day 1 Transfer from Arusha, afternoon safari
Early this morning, your guide will pick you up from your hotel to depart for Lake Manyara National Park where an afternoon game drive will be exciting. This evening is spent at Migunga Permanent Tented Camp which is located about 5 mins from the entrance to Lake Manyara National Park, near the village of Mto Wa Mbu.
Day 2 To Ngorongoro Crater
We drive up the Rift Valley escarpment this morning to the Ngorongoro Highlands. Our journey will take approximately two hours with wonderful views over the floor of the Rift Valley and passing through lush rainforest. On arrival at the crater rim (2300m) we descend into the Ngorongoro Crater for nearly a whole day of game viewing. We enter via the Windy Gap road, which is narrow, steep and twisting as it descends into this natural amphitheatre. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the last refuges in northern Tanzania for the endangered Black Rhino. With an extremely high density of animals in the 100sq km caldera, the Crater can be regarded as a “Garden of Eden”. Along with rhino, it is home to the largest density of lions anywhere in Africa with a plethora of antelope, hippos, other big cats, elephants, birds and much more. We return to Migunga permanent camp in the late afternoon. (Please bring some warm clothing as it can be chilly on the crater rim.)
Day 3 Return to Arusha where trip concludes
This morning we check out of our permanent camp after a relaxed breakfast. Our drive takes us across the South Masai land steppes to Arusha, which is situated approximately 2 hours from Mto Wa Mbu and 4 hours from the Crater Rim. Trip concludes on arrival in Arusha around noon.