Epic 7 Day Safari (Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Serengeti) + visit 2 tribes!

Arusha, Tanzania

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Bea Adventurous
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Sep 7 - 14, 2024
Group size: 1 - 6
Epic 7 Day Safari (Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Serengeti) + visit 2 tribes!
Arusha, Tanzania

Bea Adventurous
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7 reviews

Sep 7 - 14, 2024
Group size: 1 - 6

About this trip

 

Join us on an epic 7-day safari as we explore some of the most stunning landscapes in East Africa in search of the Big 5: Rhino, Elephants, Lions, Leopards, and Cape Buffalo. We will visit Tarangire National Park (Elephant Paradise), Ngorongoro (the best view in the continent!), Central Serengeti (Simba’s home), and Northern Serengeti, where if lucky, we will witness the wildebeest crossing the crock-infected Mara River! And as if that wasn’t enough, we will also meet the Maasai and Hadzabe tribes to truly immerse ourselves in bush life.

From sunrise over Mount Kilimanjaro to sunsets over the endless savannah, you can expect action-packed days guaranteed to make lifelong memories. So pack your camera, and let’s enjoy the adventure of a lifetime!


What’s included

  • Maasai Tribe Experience
  • Tarangire National Park
  • Ngorongoro National Park
  • Serengeti National Park
  • Hadzabe Tribe Experience
  • Expert Wildlife Guide
  • 4 x 4 Specialist Vehicle
  • All mentioned activities
  • All NP Fees
  • All meals
    listed on the itinerary
  • Bottled water

What’s not included

  • Flights
  • Personal Insurance
  • Additional drinks
  • Souvernirs
  • Tips

Available Packages

Twin room
Available until May 31, 2024
$2,900
Deposit: $150

Itinerary

Day 1
Meet the Maasai Tribe

 

Upon your arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport, we will meet you and transfer you to Osiligiliai Maasai Eco Lodge Hotel, at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, where you kick start your African adventure by immersing yourself in the culture and traditions of Maasai tribal life.

Be prepared to become entranced with their guttural chanting as we go about the day learning how they survive off the land. Try your hand with the spear, join them on a sunset hike, and if you are brave, taste some blood! Then, as the sun sets over Mount Meru, sit around the campfire listening to tribal stories before we all tuck into our first group dinner before retiring for the night in a traditional Maasai Mud Hut.

Meals included: snacks and dinner.

Your Organizer


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Bea Adventurous
7 reviews
Welcome to Bea Adventurous! I have a passion for exploring off-the-beaten-path destinations through the eyes of locals. No big tour companies or international hotels. Instead, I find individual guides, family-run businesses, and independent hotels with whom to experience a destination in the most immersive possible way.

Reviews

Bea’s cultural immersion experience in Freetown was the perfect introduction to Sierra Leone. Bea is a great tour organizer and experienced in interacting with locals. She is completely unflappable and identified some fantastic experiences, such as a boat to Bunce Island followed by a quick swim and lunch on the beach. Her local contacts are great and provide first hand knowledge about the country. The whole experience was stress-free and wonderful. Thank you Bea!
By Christiane N for Sierra Leone Cultural Immersion on May 22, 2024
Bea was an amazing tour guide. She was so knowledgeable, organised, relaxed and had a wonderful network of contacts which made for the most wonderful, and fun trip. I was nervous about visiting Sierra Leone particularly in relation to my personal safety, but being with Bea I immediately felt comfortable in her knowledge of the area and understanding of the culture which alleviated any worries I had. She had a good knowledge of the area, communicated well with locals, took us to areas that were not on the usual tourist trails with inspiring tour guides which really completed the trip. The accommodation/bars/restaurants that Bea chose for us had been done carefully to ensure a wonderful balance of culture, budget, and tastes for everyone in the group, whilst still embracing the true ethos of embracing the locals and directing our expenditure to the local economy. Bea is a relaxed and knowledgeable traveller and I would jump at the chance to travel with her again. She worked hard to ensure the group bonded and was equally approachable if any issues needed to be raised !
By Georgie H for Sierra Leone Cultural Immersion on May 13, 2024
This was just the most amazing trip! I joined Bea Adventurous Cultural Immersion as I was heading to Sierra Leone for a charity marathon and wanted to understand more of the country and its culture. We spent three days in Freetown, touring the city in "KK"s (three wheeled taxis - an experience in itself!), a visit to Bunce Island to learn about the history of the slave trade, a culinary class that included a trip to a local market to buy (haggle for?!) the ingredients and a visit to a Chimpanzee sanctuary. Bea is a fantastic guide, her understanding of the local culture and people is very valuable on a trip to a location like this, and I felt comfortable, safe and welcome everywhere we went. Thank you Bea, and look forward to travelling with you again!
By Douglas S for Sierra Leone Cultural Immersion on May 13, 2024
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This was the trip of a lifetime! Bea and Malaki were an amazing team and created days filled with adventure, incredible animal sightings and knowledge, and overall so much fun. Malaki, our wonderful tour guide, is hilarious and kept the energy up and you can tell is truly passionate about what he does. We got to experience unforgettable culture, landscape, people, music, food, and breathtaking wildlife. Highly highly recommend!!
By Allia B for Epic 7 Day Safari (Tarangari, Ngorongoro, Serengeti) + visit 2 tribes! on May 11, 2024
I was lucky enough to join Bea on the Sierra Leone Cultural Immersion tour and it was fantastic. We spent some time learning about the history of Sierra Leone, cooking, eating and visiting the Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Bea found excellent local guides to talk us through the history of Freetown as well as the slave trade on Bunce Island, as well as explaining the current issues of the country. It was a perfect introduction to this amazing country. Bea perfectly balanced all the elements of relaxing and learning so we had time to process what we heard and saw as well as enjoy beautiful sunsets on the beach. At all times I felt safe and completed trusted Bea's judgement on what we should do when. I look forward on joining her on another adventure in the future.
By Elizabeth W for Sierra Leone Cultural Immersion on May 10, 2024
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