Tanzania Safari Tour – 9 Day highlights of Tanzania June – October 2024

Experience the highlights of Tanzania with a guided safari tour.

Tanzania Safari Tour

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Get ready for a Tanzania Safari tour like no other

Tanzania group safari. Tanzania is home to some of the most stunning landscapes and unique wildlife in the world. 

Explore an incredible natural crater, spot African animals living in their natural habitat and stay in luxurious comfort. 

Stop dreaming about Africa and book your Tanzania safari tour today, or book a call to find out if this tour is right for you. 

TOUR DEPARTS: June to October 2024

*Itinerary is subject to change*

What’s included? 

  • All transport in a 4×4 safari land cruiser with a pop up roof
  • Arrival & Departure airport transfers complimentary to all our clients
  • Transportation as per itinerary
  • Accommodation per itinerary
  • One double deluxe room or Single deluxe room
  • Meals as per itinerary Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Services of English-speaking drivers/guides
  • National park & game reserve entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Recommended Mineral Water while on safari

Things Excluded 

  • Visa and related costs
  • Personal Taxes Drinks
  • Tips, laundry, telephone calls and other items of a personal nature
  • International flights
  • Optional excursions and activities not listed in the itinerary

Spaces for this popular tour fill fast. Book today to avoid disappointment.

Day 1: Arusha


Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport I will meet you along with our competent drivers to give you a warm welcome.

We will then transfer to a nearby hotel in Arusha for your first night accommodation, where you can relax after your long flight.


Day 2: Ngorongoro Crater

After having breakfast, we’ll make our way to the Ngorongoro crater, but not without making a few stops along the way. Our first stop will be the African Art Gallery, a remarkable exhibition of souvenirs including paintings, wood and stone carvings, clothing, and more.

Our second stop will take us to the Tanzanite Museum, where we’ll have the opportunity to learn about the mining of tanzanite in Tanzania and the process of making it into exquisite jewelry. You might even be tempted to purchase some souvenirs or a beautiful piece of tanzanite jewelry.

By mid-afternoon, we’ll reach the Ngorongoro Coffee Lodge, where we’ll enjoy a late lunch and check in to our charming cottage-style accommodation. Overlooking the coffee plantation and Ngorongoro forest, the lodge provides a peaceful retreat for you to unwind and relax. You can spend the rest of the afternoon lounging by the pool or bar as you prepare for tomorrow’s game drive in the Ngorongoro Crater, which is undoubtedly one of the highlights of any Tanzania safari tour.


Day 3: Ngorongoro Crater


After indulging in a delectable buffet breakfast, we’ll embark on an exhilarating Ngorongoro Crater safari, complete with a packed picnic lunch on the crater floor.

Our descent of 600 meters into the Ngorongoro Crater floor will lead us to a habitat teeming with vast populations of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle, as well as a significant number of lions and hyenas. In addition to these incredible creatures, the Ngorongoro Crater is also home to an array of other fascinating animals, including rhinoceros, leopards, hippopotamus, eland, elephants, cape buffalos, warthogs, flamingos, ostriches, jackals, and much more.

The Ngorongoro Crater also has a high population of lions which are regularly seen on safari. So expect to see a lot of lions today.

We will pause for a midday picnic lunch by the lake, which boasts an abundance of birdlife and distant sightings of hippos. Our safari adventure will draw to a close as we return to the lodge at around 4:00 PM.


Day 4: Ndutu


After breakfast, we’ll check out of Ngorongoro Coffee Lodge and pass through the scenic great rift valley on our way to the Ndutu-Serengeti region. This area is known as the Ngorongoro Conservation area where Masai tribes coexist with wild animals. During this scenic drive, we’ll encounter many Masai villages, where the Masai people herd their sheep, goats, and cattle. As well as see wildlife such as zebras and giraffes.

En route, we’ll make a stop for a Masai Village tour to learn more about their way of life. Around lunchtime, we’ll arrive at the stunning Lake Masek Tented Camp in Ndutu, where we’ll check in. After lunch, we’ll embark on our first game drive in Lake Masek. Ndutu is home to many of Africa’s big cats, such as lion, leopard, and cheetah, as well as giraffes, hyena, elephants, zebra, cape buffalo, and more.



Day 5: Ndutu

After breakfast we will take a full day game drive in Ndutu with a packed picnic lunch.

Ndutu is a unique location in Tanzania, where you can encounter a wide variety of wildlife during your safari. The Ndutu region is especially famous for its big cats, including lions, leopards, and cheetahs. In fact, Ndutu has one of the highest concentrations of big cats in Africa. You’ll have a great opportunity to spot these magnificent predators during your game drives, as they roam the savannah in search of prey.

Apart from the big cats, Ndutu is also home to several other exciting species. You can spot herds of majestic elephants, graceful giraffes, and numerous antelopes such as impalas, gazelles, and elands. Additionally, the region is home to an array of bird species, including flamingos, ostriches, and eagles.


Day 6: Serengeti

After breakfast, we leave Ndutu and make our way to the Serengeti for the next phase of our Tanzania safari tour. The Serengeti is renowned for its big cats, so you can expect to spot lions and even cheetahs on the journey. We will stop at a popular picnic spot for lunch along the way.

As we travel through central Serengeti, we’ll head towards the western corridor, famous for the wildebeest migration in June and the Grumeti River. Here, you can encounter hippopotamuses and some of Africa’s largest Nile crocodiles. We’ll reach our lodge by 4:00 PM, giving you time to unwind in your spacious room or the outdoor horizon pool and cocktail bar before dinner.


Day 7 & 8 Serengeti

Known by many as ‘big cat country’, Serengeti is the park’s most popular destination safaris in Africa. The Serengeti offers the best chance to see big cats like lions, cheetahs, and elusive leopards in the wild.

Despite large numbers of predators, herbivores like diminutive impala and towering elephants are also abundant in Serengeti National Park and you may just spot them grazing amongst the kopjes and acacia trees.

As well as searching for these beautiful animals, we will also follow the herds in the great migration which consists of approximately 1.5 million wildebeest, 650,000 zebra and 350,000 thompsons gazelle. We will also keep a close eye on the Grumeti for wildlife river crossings which is a spectacular sight as the animals cross the river dodging large nile crocodiles.

For an extra cost, you may wish to take a hot air balloon ride to experience an aerial view of the Serengeti plains, followed by a lavish champagne bush breakfast.



After a delightful breakfast, our final game drive in Serengeti awaits before catching a short flight from Serengeti to Kilimanjaro in the late morning. The game drive will offer you a chance to witness the Serengeti come to life with breathtaking views of the African savannah and herds of majestic animals grazing peacefully.

If your next destination’s flight schedule permits, you may opt to extend your stay by an additional night in Arusha or Kilimanjaro. This is a great opportunity to soak in the culture and beauty of Tanzania while enjoying its hospitality. There is no shortage of things to do, from visiting local markets to trying out the traditional cuisine.

Additionally, we strongly suggest considering the addition of a few extra nights in Zanzibar to your itinerary. This idyllic island is the perfect way to end your safari tour, with its pristine beaches, clear blue waters, and vibrant coral reefs. You can indulge in a range of activities from snorkeling, diving, and swimming to exploring the historic Stone Town or simply basking in the sun. We would be pleased to provide you with quotes upon request so you can make the most of your time in this beautiful country.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can bring children, however I recommend my tours for children aged 12 and over, due to the long days and unfamiliar conditions.

We recommend you bring the following on your tour: 

  • Strong, non-slip walking shoes
  • Hat (wide-brimmed is best)
  • Flynet
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Camera
  • Casual and comfortable clothing

We have a maximum of 14 people on the tour. You will travel in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. We keep 4-5 people per vehicle to avoid your safari feeling too crowded.

We are able to cater for one of the following special dietary requests upon request at time of booking: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free or dairy-free. 

If you have a food allergy (e.g. peanuts), please advise at the time of booking and carry any necessary medication with you on tour.

The longest you can expect to walk for on this African safari tour is 2 hours per walk, at a relaxed pace.

Meals are included but drinks and tips are not. You can pay for drinks with a credit card or cash in most locations.

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