This 6 Days Tanzania Safari and culture tour is one of the best Tanzania safari tours you can book for an amazing cultural experience and wildlife viewing in the top safari destinations in Tanzania. In this 6 Days trip from your hotel in Arusha , you will visit Tarangire National Park which is famous for Elephants and baobab trees. You will get a chance to visit the Hadzabe tribe on the next day, Hadzabe tribe is one of the indigenous tribes of Tanzania and the remaining hunters and gathers, you will learn and interact with them about their culture. Thereafter you will descend to the world’s largest inactive caldera, the Ngorongoro Crater to see the African big five and so much more. This 6 Days Tanzania Safari and culture tour includes visiting the Maasai tribe and Serengeti National Park for a world-class game viewing.
We will depart from Arusha after breakfast for the approximately two hour drive to Tarangire National Park. Along the way you'll pass bustling Maasai villages and the vast, open plains that have become synonymous with images of Africa.
Once you've entered Tarangire, you'll begin your game drive across a rich vista of endless golden savannah that surrounds the Tarangire River. The river itself runs throughout the year and is a vital source of water for the animals of the region during the dry season. Lined with acacia and Baobab trees, the river is regularly visited by the park's large elephant population as well as other herbivores such as zebras and antelopes.
A picnic lunch with a view of the river is a great way to take it all in, but you'll have to keep on your toes as the local monkey population does its best to separate you from your lunch!
Driving through the park you'll also have the opportunity to see lions, leopards, cape buffalo, and a huge variety of antelopes. If you're particularly lucky, you might even see endangered animals such as the Greater Kudu or the Fringe-Eared Oryx.
After your day's drive is done, you'll retire to your accommodation for the evening.
Accomodation : Eileens trees Karatu