4 Days Tanzania Luxury Safari

Tour Overview


                Your adventure begins in Arusha, Tanzania’s Safari Capital, and continues to Tarangire National Park, also known as “the Elephant Paradise,” followed by a visit to Tanzania’s most famous National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and a visit to Lake Manyara National Park, which features a variety of scenery and wonderful wildlife. You can anticipate having a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with hundreds of animals and birds in all of these destinations. The spectacular vista, on the other hand, is wonderful in and of itself.

 Important Note: We can help you organize an ideal wildlife safari to match your personal needs.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival Day – Meet and greet at Kilimanjaro Int’l Airport to your Hotel

Fly to Kilimanjaro Int’l Airport, JRO, in Tanzania and meet one of our staff members who will pick you up and take you to your booked hotel/lodge, as well as enlighten you on your upcoming safari.

We hope you enjoy your stay here and that your safari with Lango Africa will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Day 2

Arusha - Tarangire National Park - Karatu

After breakfast, at around 6:00 a.m., your driver guide will arrive at the hotel and pick you up, ready to take you to Tarangire National Park. It takes about 3 hours to get to the Tarangire gate. Tarangire, often known as the Elephant Playground, has a lot to offer with its wonderful range of wildlife and large area.

Elephants make their habitat here in vast numbers. Other wildlife found here includes lions, buffalo, gazelles, zebras, and gnus. Expect to encounter many different species, including giraffes grazing from the beautiful acacia branches and zebras and gazelles huddling. When we’re lucky, we can see a pride of lions lounging under trees, and if we’re very lucky, we can spot cheetahs, onyx, and kudu from the road.

So, what is it about Tarangire that distinguishes it?  Trust us when we tell you that there’re so many magical moments to encounter in Tarangire.  The agama male lizard, which changes colors right before your eyes as the temperature changes, will leave you stunned. Among many other interesting circumstances, the hyrax – an elephant-like creature also known as Pimbi – will illuminate your day.

Tarangire National Park is well-known for its majestic baobab trees, undulating grasslands, and acacia woodland. You’ll leave the park after a long game drive and a picnic lunch for Karatu, a small village in the great Ngorongoro highlands. You’ll spend the night at one of the Lodges here.

Day 3

Tarangire National Park – Lake Manyara National Park

Breakfast will be provided before leaving the Tarangire Area for Lake Manyara National Park, another park on the Northern Circuit and a popular safari destination. Besides the elephant herds and plains game, you’ll find jungle-like woodlands teeming with blue monkeys, a soda lake pinked by flamingos, and some of Tanzania’s best birding.

Manyara is famous for its beautiful lake, which runs along the Rift Valley Escarpment. It is rich in both vegetation and fauna. Enjoy the beauty and calm as pink flamingos flutter over the shallow, alkaline waters in search of algae to feed. Around 400 different bird species have been spotted there, ranging from bee-eaters to hornbills and all in between.

                If you visit between February and June, keep an eye out for yellow-billed storks and pink-backed pelicans. Manyara’s geography is limited, but it offers a diverse range of ecosystems, including various woods fed by rivers seeping from the adjacent escarpment. There are monkeys everywhere, but keep an eye out for lions, giraffes, warthogs, and grumpy Cape buffalo, which are all proud residents of this park.

Keep your nose to the ground when you arrive at the hippo pool since these enormous semi-aquatic creatures stink! After a long game drive and, of course, lunch, you’ll leave the park for Karatu, a small village in the magnificent Ngorongoro highlands. You’ll spend the night in one of the Lodges here.

Day 4

Karatu—Ngorongoro Crater—Arusha.

After breakfast, you’ll proceed to the Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest full volcanic crater and the heart of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. In this elephant sanctuary, you don’t want to miss out on anything. As they approach the end of their lives, the giant male tuskers come to eat on the soft, swampland grasses on the side of the surrounding swampland known as the “elephant graveyard.”

There are approximately 120 lions with well-defined territories in the crater, as well as 15,000 gnus, 9,000 zebra, 400 hyenas, and approximately 50 black rhinos. Numerous gnus and other herd animals live here all year, taking use of the numerous water sources that are present all year and are supplied by migrators during the mating season. Buffalo, Serval, jackal, Thomson’s gazelle, and eland are also plentiful. Hippos can be observed in ponds and marshes, and the highland wildlife is vibrant and abundant near water. Lake Magadi, which covers a portion of the crater floor, is inhabited by flamingos. After your morning game drive and lunch, you’ll have a 4-hour journey back to Arusha, covering 190.6 kilometers.

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