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Tanzania Group Safaris | Safari & Tours

Tanzania Group Safaris | Safari & Tours

Tanzania Group Safaris

Our guided Tanzania Joining Safaris Groups where you will be grouped with fellow travelers. We operate a range of small group safaris for a more sociable Africa experience. All of our scheduled Tanzania Joining Safaris Groups use vehicles with a maximum of six passengers, all guaranteed a window seat and standing space through the roof hatch when game viewing.

Group-joining safaris have increasingly become popular these days. It is a type of safari wherein a traveler or group of travelers join other like-minded adventurers on a safari. This is an ideal way to cut down the costs as travelers in the group share the expenses on fuel, guides, etc. and at the same time share the experience with new friends.

At Serengeti Trips we offer Tanzania group safari joining from Arusha at the best prices, we organize budget join group Tanzania safari to northern circuit safari destinations in Tanzania including Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park, and Lake Manyara National Park Park. All groups for Tanzania budget safari start and end in Arusha, you will join other guests at the designated pickup area and start your shared safari itinerary.

Best Tanzania Group Safaris Packages

3 DAYS - SERENGETI
3 Days Ndutu Migrations Safari
3 DAYS NDUTU - MIGRATIONS
4 Days Camping Serengeti & Ngorongoro
4 DAYS SERENGETI SAFARI
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5 DAYS NORTHEN TANZANIA
6 DAYS SAFARI NORTH TANZANIA
10 Days Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Safari
10 DAYS MIGRATION SAFARI

When we are looking at designing trips for groups, it becomes very important to get the trip just right. If at all possible, we recommend coming into our offices so that we can talk through all the options available. Alternatively, depending on the group size, we are happy to meet with you at a convenient place for the group – sitting down and going through everyone’s requirements is the best way to get the most out of a group trip to Tanzania.

There are a number of hotels, lodges and beach resorts that we really recommend for group trips as we consider them to be the best places for groups to take over privately. Our absolute favourites are Kiba Point in the Selous, Jongomero in Ruaha, and Alex Walker’s Serian in the Serengeti.

The main parks in the north are the Serengeti Game Reserve, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Lake Manyara National Park and Tarangire National Park.The Serengeti is notable for its million strong migratory herds of zebra and wildebeest. Ngorongoro has Africa’s densest lion and spotted hyena population as well as the rare, big tusked black rhino. Lake Manyara has flocks of flamingos in the shallows and tree climbing lion in the surrounding vegetation whilst Tarangire is known for having dense elephant populations in the dry season.

These parks are very easy to combine and can be accessed either by light aircraft, or more commonly by driving on a guided safari.

Places to visit in Northern Tanzania

Featuring heavily on our experiences of visiting Northern Tanzania, these selected places are destinations that also prove consistently popular with our travellers. Our specialists can help you choose how to include them in your wider trip, based on your preferences.

How to get to Tanzania?

Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) is situated 50km/31mi east of Arusha, the gateway of Tanzania’s popular Northern safari circuit. The drive from the airport to Arusha takes about 1½ hours*.

Tanzania’s main airport is Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), located 13km/8mi southwest of Dar es Salaam. This is the entry point for visitors to the southern parks.

From Arusha or Dar es Salaam, you can fly or drive between reserves. Some domestic flights out of Arusha will leave from Kilimanjaro International Airport, while others leave from the much smaller Arusha Airport (ARK) located 8km/5mi west of town. However you choose to travel, in most cases, your local tour operator will pick you up from the airport and arrange all further transportation as part of your safari package.

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Tanzania Budget & Camping Safaris FAQ's

Tanzania Camping Safari is an affordable and adventurous way to experience the African safari in Tanzania. Picture yourself under the African sky surrounded by nature and wildlife. You can even sit around a campfire in a public campsite at the heart of Serengeti National Park’s endless savannah plains. It’s a unique way of enjoying the beauty of Africa.

Camping safaris in Tanzania are suitable for adventure lovers who want to explore nature up close. You’ll be accompanied by experienced guides who know the wildlife and nature of Tanzania inside out. You can choose from a variety of camping safaris depending on your preferences and budget. From basic camping to luxury camping, there’s something for everyone.

Camping safaris are also a great way to connect with nature and escape the hustle and bustle of city life. You can disconnect from technology and immerse yourself in the natural world. With the sun rising over the savannah and the animals coming to life, it’s a truly unique experience.

During a camping safari, you’ll have the opportunity to see a wide range of wildlife, including lions, elephants, zebras, and giraffes. You can also explore the various national parks and reserves in Tanzania, including the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire, and Lake Manyara.

Most camping safaris in Tanzania include a cook who will prepare your meals, so you don’t have to worry about food. You’ll also be provided with tents and other camping equipment, including sleeping bags and mattresses. All you need to bring is your sense of adventure and a willingness to experience the beauty of Africa.

Tanzania Camping Safari is an affordable and adventurous way to explore the African safari. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with nature, see a wide range of wildlife, and escape the hustle and bustle of city life. With a variety of camping options and experienced guides, it’s a unique way of enjoying the beauty of Tanzania.

A budget safari in Tanzania remains an incredible and authentic experience of obtaining close to the animals in their natural habitat. Don’t let the word “budget” put you off when researching for that excellent trip in Tanzania. Choosing a budget safari doesn’t mean in the least that you just can see less animals, or receive a lower quality service. From my very own experience, our guide went above and beyond to confirm that we saw all the big 5 that we did. As an experienced guide, he selected routes less inhabited, that created our experience additional personal. You’ll be surprised on however crowded Serengeti parkland is, even in low season!
One of the things that defines a budget safari in Tanzania is that you are sharing the car with different travelers. On a luxury safari, you’ll have your own driver and vehicle. Once choosing the budget possibility, you can expect different excited safari goers to attach you. A car has half dozen seats, thus there are quite six people in one car.

When it involves accommodation, on a budget safari you’ll be sleeping in a tent, in a camp. Depending on that company you are traveling with, the camps are often inside or outside the national parks. To be honest, sleeping in a tent within the middle of the grassland is kind of special. Throughout my budget safari in Serengeti national park, we had wild animals visiting the camps nightly. It’s quite special to hear the roaring of the lions thus near to you, to hear the hyenas trying to induce into the bins at night, or nearly feel the breath of the zebras grazing simply outside the tent. You don’t very get that in a luxury resort.

When it involves an itinerary, after you book a budget safari, you have a set itinerary that you just can’t alter. On a luxury safari you can decide where you want to travel and the way long you wish to stay in one place. Also, on a basic safari you’ll lose time on the road, as driving from Arusha or Moshi to Serengeti takes nearly the entire day. On a luxury safari you’ll usually fly directly to Serengeti national park that has an airstrip for small aircraft.

After experiencing a little bit of the wildlife of Tanzania, I will suggest that you just do your analysis before you book a safari. Distances between the parks are quite long and, simply to convey you an example, it’ll take the whole day to reach Serengeti national park from Moshi. Once a safari tour is publicized as 4 days, once you deduct the travelling time, this leaves a 2.5 days.
I went on a 4 days safari to Serengeti national park and Ngorongoro Crater. While the first day was largely driving, we did get an awfully close encounter with a herd of elephants, simply before reaching our camp. If you wish to go to Tarangire national park, that is legendary for elephants, or Manyara Lake, that is legendary for tree climb lions, you ought to add a minimum of 2 additional days to your itinerary.

No matter that itinerary you select, you must not skip Ngorongoro Crater. This is often the foremost seemingly place to identify rhinos! I saw 8 throughout my safari!
Most of the safari tours are within the North of the country. However, if you’re on an awfully tight budget and have restricted time, you may think about going on a safari within the South of the country. These tend to be cheaper and less popular.

Serengeti is the hottest national park in Tanzania, stretching a distance of 14,750 sq. meters. It’s noted for the annual migration of antelope and zebras, when hundreds of thousands of animals move from north to south and back finding out water and recent grazing fields. A number of the other animals that you just can see in Serengeti national park embody lions, cheetahs, leopards, elephants, giraffes and hippos.

Ngorongoro Conservaion area is a must on any safari itinerary in Tanzania and is the place wherever you’ll have most probabilities to identify the big 5 in one single day. The crater was formed 2 to three million years past, once a volcano folded on itself. It’s the world’s largest inactive volcanic crater, 610 meters deep. This is often wherever you’ll possibly be ready to spot black rhinos, as there are around 60 living within the crater. Different animals that you can see in Ngorongoro Conservation area embody African buffalos, hippos, lions, hyenas, blue monkeys and flamingos.

Tarangire national park is legendary for its elephant herds that travel around tall baobab trees. The sixth largest parkland in African nation, Tarangire is a nice destination for bird lovers additionally, having the most important population of breeding species of birds on the world. Some of the other animals found in Tarangire embody leopards, cheetahs, ostriches, monkeys, pythons and impalas.

Lake Manyara national park is usually included as a half a day stop on safari itineraries. Seen from above, Lake Manyara looks pink, which is as a result of the thousands of many flamingos living here. The lions living in Lake Manyara national park are referred to as tree climbers because they like to spend a lot of time sleeping on branches, 5-6 meters above the ground. It is not clear why the lions prefer to climb trees and spend so much time at this height. Alternative animals seen in Manyara national park are baboons, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, and waterbucks.
Selous Game Reserve may be a great budget different for people who are travelling to Dar es Salaam and need to have a safari experience. Situated within the south of the country, Selous Game Reserve is an UNESCO heritage site as a result of its wildlife diversity and untouched nature. Some of the animals that you will see here are the crocodile, the east African wild dog, the African Bush elephant and also the Masai giraffe.

What will a Budget safari include?

A budget safari includes identical things as a luxury one, the distinction is simply in accommodation, number of people and freedom in choosing your own itinerary, as explained above.
A budget safari can include the following:
• 4×4 transport
• Basic accommodation in camps
• 3 meals on a daily basis
• A guide and a cook
• All the park fees
• Bottled water

This is a difficult question to answer because even if most safari companies are using identical type of Land cruiser vehicle for the safaris, some are in better shape than others. You would like to do an honest analysis to make a decision which might be the most effective company to travel on a safari with. Notwithstanding if you’re on a budget or luxury safari, the vehicles ought to supply identical comfort and safety. The only jeeps are that different belong to the very expensive resorts within the National Parks, and people open up completely allowing a 360 view (and feel).

I went on my safari with African Joy Tours and also the vehicle we were in was comfortable and fashionable, with a charger and an electric refrigerator within the back. The roof of the jeep popped up therefore we could see the animals better, and there have been handlebars all-round the roof to carry on to whilst the vehicle was in motion.

Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara and Tarangire Park, is meant to satisfy our customers budget exploring Tanzania park on camping style and get close to the nature. Our travel professional can work on your budget and advice the best public camp site on avoid the crowd and ensure you’ve got the unforgettable experience Tanzania wildlife Safaris.

All our camping gears like sleeping tents, mattress 3inch, back chairs and tables are quality a and can provide you with the comfortable keep throughout your Tanzania Budget safari. Our rating vary from $ 190-200 per person daily. Budget camping safari are often mixed with lodges or tented camps and can provide you with the simplest experience traveling in Tanzania.

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Both Kenya and Tanzania are good safari destinations for wildlife viewing in Africa. But there’s no place like Tanzania – the sheer abundance of wildlife is unparalleled. Besides, Tanzania is home to the Serengeti National Park’s wildebeest migration, the fascinating topographical wonder of the Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar’s tropical beaches. 

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