8 Days northern Tanzania flying Safari
This safari takes you through the highlights of renowned parks of northern Tanzania. The tour starts at Tarangire, famous for its dense wildlife population then to Ngorongoro crater, which supports a year round resident population of mammals. A visit to Serengeti follows, a big game haven that hosts over 3 million large mammals. Finally, we head to Lake Manyara national park, an ornithologists’ paradise known for the elusive tree-climbing lions.
AT A GLANCE
|Starts:||Kilimanjaro International Airport|
|2 nights||Lake Manyara Tree Lodge – Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania||Full Board & Activities|
|2 nights||Crater Lodge – Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania||Full Board & Activities|
|3 nights||Klein’s Camp – Serengeti Migration Area, Tanzania||Full Board & Activities|
|Ends:||Kilimanjaro International Airport|
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