6 Days Migration Safari in December

Arusha, Tanzania

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Sebastian Karim
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6 Days Migration Safari in December
Arusha, Tanzania

Sebastian Karim
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About this trip

 

6 Days Migration Safari in December

Ndutu Migration Safari in December to March is well known a right tour planned for the traveler interested on great wildebeest migration season when are getting birth in Ndutu Plain of Serengeti National park, this eight day of migration safari will give access to explore other famous and unique wildlife park of Tanzania.

You will visit;

·  Arusha Town here is the first town you will stay the night of your safari program

· Tarangire National Park, this is the park famous for its large herbs of Elephants and huge baobab trees.

· Lake Manyara National park, most dramatical park attractive with its vegetation and landscape allows wildlife animals and bird to grow in.

· Serengeti National park, known as the endless plain where is the start and ends of the Great Wildebeest migration.

· Ngorongoro Crater, one of the eight wonders destination in the world with a large caldera allows the live life of Wildlife and Human being together in the same area. And the only place you can discover all the big five animals in a day.

Day 1; Arusha Town to Tarangire National

 After breakfast in the Hotel, safari brief by our expert then start driver to Tarangire National Park for afternoon game viewing, It is very possible to see an animal in this park because of its savannah dry to give an excellent chance to have a unique wildlife viewing.

Tarangire is most known as the home of more massive elephants among all Tanzania National Parks, also is famous of its savannah that allows and grew a bigger tree “Baobab trees” which natural used by elephants to provide water from their bark.

Overnight at; Kudu Campsite
Meal Plan; B, L, D

Day 2; Tarangire to Ngutu Serengeti

After early breakfast depart for Ngorongoro crater, arriving in time for lunch. Afternoon game drive on the floor of the crater. After game drive will drive to Simba Camp for dinner and overnight.

Ngorongoro’s caldera shelters the most beautiful wildlife haven on earth. The rich pasture and permanent water of the Crater floor supports a resident population of some 20,000 to 25,000 large mammals. They are not confined by the Crater walls and can leave freely; they stay because conditions are favorable. Since most of the Crater floor is grassland, grazing animals predominate: gnu, zebra, gazelles, buffalo, eland and kongoni (Coke’s hartebeest) and warthogs. The swamp and forest provide additional resources for hippos, some of Tanzania’s last remaining black rhinos, giant-tusked elephants, waterbucks, reedbucks and bushbucks, baboons and vavets.

Overnight at; Simba Campsite
Meal Plan; B, L, D

Day 3; Full Days Tour in Ndutu Areas

Early morning game viewing in Ndutu plain, with an African sunrise you can be surprised with hundreds of calf bone in just one night, then after breakfast you will continue with a full day game in Serengeti park.

Ndutu is the plain attach South Serengeti and the small prairie of Ngorongoro conservation, by doing migration safari between December to March is the best season to witness large groups of wildebeest from northern Serengeti grazing and its where calving takes place, is possible to enjoy predators hunting live in Ndutu plain.

Overnight at; Simba Campsite
Meal Plan; B, L, D

Day 4; Ndutu to central Serengeti

After morning game viewing in Ndutu areas and enjoying your breakfast in the Camp, you will be ready for leaving for another safari experience in the heart of Serengeti at Seronera, en route it’s possible to see some groups of Wildebeest moving to the central as their ecosystem.

Overnight at; Seronera Campsite
Meal Plan; |B, L, D|

Day 5; Central Serengeti to Karatu

After early morning game drive in Seronera (as you agreed with your guide last day of game) breakfast then start leaving the Seronera towards Ngorongoro Highlands game drive en route. You can make a stop at Ndutu to meet some large groups of wildebeest with their calf grazing and moving as their ecosystem.

Overnight at; Kudu Campsite
Meal Plan; |B, L, D|

Day 6; Lake Eyasi (Hadzabe & Datoga home

After breakfast in the morning we take short drive to lake Eyasi. After all activities you will Fly for Zanzibar holiday.

Lake Eyasi is a very scenic soda lake found on the southern border of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This less visited lake lies at the base of the Eyasi escarpment on the western rift valley wall. This afternoon you will be introduced to the extraordinary people who belong to an indigenous tribe known as the ‘Hadzabe’ (hunter-gatherer bushmen). The tribe inhabits the shores of Lake Eyasi as do the Nilotic-speaking Datoga tribe. You will visit these tribes, which will include a visit to their homesteads, learn about their way of life, animal tracking, medicinal plants, and much more. Some wildlife and a wide range of bird species can be viewed during walks around the lake, which can be arranged. Then after activities, we drive back the lodge for dinner and overnight.

End of Service.

What’s included

  • Airport transfers
  • Accommodations with meal
  • All camping facilities.
  • Cook for your Meals
  • Cook for your Meals
  • Drinking water and Soft
  • Lunch box for the first
  • Safari Car
  • Entry fees
  • All game drives mentione
  • Maasai Boma Visiting
  • Visiting Hadzabe Village
  • International flights
  • Visa for Tanzania
  • All optional activities
  • Insurances
  • Meals not mentioned and
  • Tips for driver & Cook

Itinerary

Day 1
Arusha Town to Tarangire National Park

 After breakfast in the Hotel, safari brief by our expert then start driver to Tarangire National Park for afternoon game viewing, It is very possible to see an animal in this park because of its savannah dry to give an excellent chance to have a unique wildlife viewing.

Tarangire is most known as the home of more massive elephants among all Tanzania National Parks, also is famous of its savannah that allows and grew a bigger tree “Baobab trees” which natural used by elephants to provide water from their bark.

Overnight at; Kudu Campsite
Meal Plan; B, L, D

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Sebastian Karim
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