This safari holds amazing sights and attractive sceneries!! Six days in which we explore some of Tanzania's real natural wonders, as we follow the path of the Great Migration in Western Serengeti. By June, this is where we’ll find the concentration of the herd animals as the world's biggest animal movement continues its way clockwise. Of course, Nature and rainfall determine the exact route and timings of the animal’s movement, so our daily schedule will be adjusted if necessary, to ensure that we see the animals at their very best, at their most numerous. From our starting point in Arusha, our spectacular adventure takes us first to Tarangire National Park, famous for its large elephant population and its landscape of distinctive baobab trees. Our next destination is the magnificent Central Serengeti, followed by the western section of this most famous park. Thousands of zebra, wildebeest, and Cape buffalo gather to cross the Grumeti River, full of crocodiles. Each day will bring something new, all explained to you by your Safaris expert. The Great Migration, the world’s biggest movement of animals, is often the highlight of people's lives, never mind the highlight of their safari! After absorbing all the excitement that Serengeti's wildlife can provide, we change scenery to visit the stunning Ngorongoro crater, another incredible but different venue for the breathtaking animals of Tanzania. You will take away enough memories to last a lifetime.
After breakfast in Arusha, we will depart for Tarangire National Park early in the morning. Once we arrive in Tarangire we will begin exploring the enormous termite mounds and the ancient baobab trees. You should know that this park is renowned for its diverse bird species and extensive population of elephants. There are regular sightings of ferocious lions, giraffes, warthogs, ostriches, impalas, cheetah, mongoose, buffaloes, and mischievous baboons. After viewing the wildlife in Tarangire we will continue our journey to our next highlight the Ngorongoro Crater and Close to Lake Manyara. Dinner and Overnight Camp or Lodge