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Day 1: Arusha- Tarangire NP
After breakfast head to Tarangire National Park. Apart from elephant, zebra, wildebeest, buffalo and giraffe, Tarangire contains almost the full range of animals found in east Africa such as plentiful lions, occasional leopards, hyena, African wild dog, bushbuck, lesser and greater kudu, Thomson’s and Grant gazelle, impala, gerenuk, Kirk's dik dik, waterbuck can be sighted and there are many warthogs. Dinner and overnight in Tarangire
Day 2: Tarangire- Lake Manyara NP
Awakened by an early-morning cup of tea (around 5.30 am) you will be driven to the balloon take-off point. As dawn breaks, the balloon slowly rights itself majestically into the cool of the morning air. Eventually, it descends to a gentle controlled-landing on the plains, celebrate and drive back you camp/ lodge for hot lunch and relaxation. Afternoon game drive and head to Lake Manyara for dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Lake Manyara NP
After a buffet breakfast, head for Lake Manyara National Park with picnic lunch. The Lake shimmers below the western Great Rift wall in the heat haze, home to flamingos, pelicans and innumerable other water birds. As you drive through a luscious green underground water forest, you will spot tree climbing lions, buffalo, dik-dik, giraffe, hyenas, impala, baboon, monkey, bush pig, wildebeest, hartebeest, hippos and many more. Also has a fantastic profusion of birdlife over 400 species. Dinner and overnight at Lake Manyara
Day 4: Lake Manyara- Ngorongoro Crater
After having a hearty breakfast, drive to Ngorongoro and descend down to the Crater floor. As you drive down the descend road, the black dots below becomes discernable shapes, with the crater becoming ever more beautiful and irresistible. Zebra and wildebeest mix on the crater floor along with some 50 lions, 400 hyenas, grant’s and Thomson’s gazelles, cheetah, antelopes, hippos, various types of jackal, greater and lesser flamingo and many other species. Late afternoon, return to the camp/lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater- Serengeti National Park
Early morning, depart Ngorongoro crater for Serengeti with your picnic lunch via Olduvai Gorge where the skull of Zinjanthropus nicknamed “the Nutcracker” due to large back molars found by Dr. Louis and Mary Leaky in 1959, the museum behind Olduvai's viewing platform provides some further clues as to the secrets such as the prehistoric tools and the bones of extinct animals and the exhibits, tell their own story of yesteryear. You will visit Maasai boma and have lunch en-route. Dinner and overnight at your camp/lodge in Serengeti
Day 6: Serengeti National Park
One of the most magically memorable of the Serengeti experiences, a balloon safari allows you to drift in silence above the splendor of the plains to dip down to visit the hippo pools of the Grumeti River and to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the wildlife theatre as it is enacted below you. Dinner and overnight at your camp/lodge in Serengeti
Day 7: Serengeti- Arusha- Fly Home
After an early game drive, head back to Arusha. After arrival to Arusha, you will be taken to KIA and fly home.
OR prolong your safari trip and opt for luxury and relaxation in Zanzibar Island.
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