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We’re adventuring into the incredible African wild! This is your chance to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most stunning and endangered species in their natural habitat.

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Driving through the Ngorongoro volcanic crater that hosts more than 20,000 large animals and exploring Tanzania’s sixth largest park – home of some of Africa’s animal kings and queens.

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Take game drives through the stunning Serengeti in search of a variety of predators and a wide range of habitats – from dotted plains to thick woodlands and hippo pools.

Now that we’re here, a Wild Guanabana rep will be waiting outside the airport gates to take us to Mount Meru Hotel to rest up and get ready to start our safari adventure the next morning.
We’re getting a short briefing after breakfast before we head out to Tarangire National Park armed with picnic lunches. In the evening we head to a picturesque tented lodge for dinner and to spend the night.
After breakfast, we head on to Lake Manyara National Park with picnic lunches. Famous for its tree-climbing lions and elephant populations, Manyara has a wide array of habitats from open plains to cool ground water forest. In the late afternoon we head back to the lodge for dinner and spend the night at Kirurumbu Manyara Lodge.
Today we’ll need to get an already start in order to head to the world famous Ngorongoro Conservation Area, famed for its dramatic game-filled crater. Today is ideal for game viewing and excellent photography. In the evening we head back out of the 2,000 ft. deep crater back to the lodge for dinner.
Our final days of safari take us across the endless plains of the Serengeti –a vast eco system that continues into Kenya. En route, we stop off at the Cradle of Mankind - Olduvai Gorge. From here, we game drive our way toward Kirurumu Ndutu Camp for the night.
All of today will be spent exploring and game driving through the Serengeti, with the night spent at Kirurumu Ndutu Camp.
In the morning we head out for a final game drive before heading back to Arusha to spend the night at Mount Meru Hotel.
Today we’re being transferred to the airport to catch our flights back home.


Tanzania is an all year round destination and the climate is pleasantly warm with cool nights. Temperatures are slightly higher from October to March, while they are slightly cooler from June to August. At night it can be a bit cold, and the temperature can drop below 10 °C, especially from June to August. As for the rainfall; there are two rainy seasons, one that lasts about six weeks and occurs from March to May (called "the long rains"), and the other that lasts about two weeks and occurs from October to December (called "the short rains"). So, The best time to visit Tanzania for a Safari goes from June to September, being the coolest, and slightly the driest of the year. However, showers in the afternoon may still occur, and there can be a bit of cool (or even cold) at night, while during the day the weather is pleasantly warm.



We stay in safari lodges inside the national parks, moving from one park to the next. All the buildings follow the design of traditional African round houses with conical roofs, and these stretch along the line of the hills with the impressively large public area buildings and the swimming pool at their centre. All lodges have spacious guest rooms with queen and king size beds; mosquito nets; electronic safes; dressing tables; en-suite bathrooms and sheltered verandas that all have views over the gardens and the game reserve beyond.



During our stay in the lodge our bellies are always taken good care of! We enjoy everyday a full breakfast before we head out to look for the animals, and a fulfilling dinner after we return. There is also an outdoor timber deck should you wish to enjoy your meal beneath umbrella-shaded tables, with some traditional African food and your stories of your amazing encounters.



The Maasai are a nilotic ethnic group of people located in Northern Tanzania and Kenya. They are known for their great warrior culture, a sacred relationship with cattle, and a love for the colour red. Leading a semi-nomadic lifestyle, the Maasai offer a look into a completely different culture, heritage and tradition from our own. A Safari trip to Tanzania isn't just about the Big Five, but also about the cultural exploration it offers.



While Tanzania is home to hundreds of different species of animals, it is most famous for “The Big Five”. Originally, the term “The Big Five” referred to the five most difficult animals to hunt in Africa: The African Leopard, The African Lion, The African Elephant, The African Rhino and The Cape Buffalo. Of course, hunting culture is slowly fading away (thankfully), and instead, we’re here to explore the wildlife wonders of the continent. On this trip, you will get to experience 4 different national reserves including Serengeti which is best known for its wildebeest migration as well as the Ngorongoro crater which is a hub for Africa’s big 5.



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    • This price is based on a minimum of 4 participants.
    • Arrival, departure, and all transport in a private car.
    • Experienced English-speaking guide 
    • Meals as mentioned above (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner) 
    • Activities as mentioned above.
    • All national park entrance and rescue fees 
    • Government taxes
    • Emergency medical evacuation
    • Safari-equipped 4x4 vehicles with cool box drinking water


    • International flights to/from Tanzania.
    • Personal medical & travel insurance 
    • Tanzania visa fee
    • Single supplement fee
    • Personal expenses, such as laundry, drinks during meals, etc.
    • Tips & gratuity