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This trip combines Tanzania’s best wildlife parks with cultural visits. Spend several days in Serengeti National Park and visit Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Park as well. See the migration and have in-depth visits with a few of Tanzania’s tribes, including one of the country’s only hunter-gatherer, click-speaking tribes.

Price for 8 Days Culture and Wildlife Safari: Double Room

Number of Pax

2 Persons

4 Persons

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8 Persons

10 Persons

Price per Person ($)

USD 2690

USD 2410

USD 2300

USD 2170

USD 2050

  • Supplement single room: 480 USD

Departure Dates: 24/07/2022 – 01/08/2022 And  02/08/2022 – 10/08/2022

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Departure Dates: 24/07/2022 - 01/08/2022 And  02/08/2022 - 10/08/2022


Day 1, (24.07.2022):

Arrival (flight with KLM)

Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport around 8:15pm. Meet and greet with our driver/guide, who will help you with your luggage and take you to your organized hotel for your overnight stay and dinner.
- Overnight Kibo Palace/SG Resort (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 1, (25.07.2022):

Arrival (flight with Ethiopian Airlines or Qatar)

Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport at approximately 12:30pm. Meet and greet with our driver/guide who will assist you with your luggage and transfer you to your organized hotel for your overnight stay and dinner in Karatu.
- Overnight Marera Valley Lodge (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 2, (26.07.2022):

Tarangire National Park

After breakfast, you will drive to Tarangire National Park, which takes 3 hours. Huge herds of wildebeest, zebra, elephant, eland and oryx gather in Tarangire to stay until the rains set in. Tarangire is crossed by the Tarangire River, which never dries up. Being the only source of water in the dry season, it attracts hundreds of animals to the park, making wildlife and bird watching a spectacular experience. The landscape is varied, with grassy savanna plains, swamps, hills and spectacular baobab trees. Enjoy a full day of wildlife viewing in the park.
- Overnight Marera Valley Lodge (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 3, (27.07.2022):

Mto wa Mbu / Serengeti National Park

After breakfast, we will drive to Mto wa Mbu for some activities. Discover the diverse culture of Tanzania in Mto wa Mbu village. Visit local life such as rice fields, banana plantations, traditional houses and much more. Later we will drive to Serengeti National Park for overnight.
- Overnight Serengeti Wild Camp (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 4, (28.07.2022):

Serengeti National Park

Early in the morning we will drive to Serengeti NP. Serengeti NP is a place for carnivorous animals like leopards, lions and cheetahs. Overnight stay in Serengeti NP.
- Overnight Ikoma Wildcamp (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 5, (29.07.2022):

Serengeti Mara River

Today we drive to the Mara River to observe the "Great Migration" across the Mara River. In July/August the world famous crossing of the Mara River begins. To get to the Masai Mara in Kenya and the fresh grass, the herds have to cross the river. Those that survive stay in the Masai Mara for a while, grazing, before moving back to Tanzania and crossing the Mara River again. The crossing is one of the highlights of the great migration. Crocodiles lurk in the river, hunting the many prey animals on the crossing. A dramatic fight for survival begins. July and August are the best months to experience the dangerous and spectacular crossing.
- Overnight Ikoma Wildcamp (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 6, (30.07.2022):

Serengeti National Park - Ngorongoro Crater

In the morning we do another game drive in the Serengeti NP. Around noon we drive towards Ngorongoro Crater. On the way we will visit a Maasai village. The Maasai people are mainly cattle breeders who eat meat and milk that they produce themselves. Traditionally the Maasai are recognizable by their special clothing. They wear sandals and wrap their bodies in red, blue or black robes. Women spend much of their free time beadwork, and they often decorate their bodies with their creations as well as bracelets and earrings made of wood or bone. Maasai society is a patriarchal society in which groups of older men usually decide important community issues. The warrior caste within Maasai culture is one of the most respected and world famous. These brave men are granted many privileges, such as the ability to wear their hair long. The Maasai believe in a single god, "Engai". He is a god with two facets, one kind and the other vengeful. Within tribal groups, a "laibon" (spiritual leader) oversees matters of spirituality, although he has no position of power in deciding matters of indigenous importance.
- Overnight Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 7, (31.07.2022):

Ngorongoro Crater

Early morning Ngorongoro Crater tour. This is the best place in Tanzania to see black rhino and lion pride, which include the magnificent black-maned males. There are many colorful flamingos and a variety of water birds. You can also see leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, other members of the antelope family and small mammals. Then overnight in Karatu.
- Overnight Marera Valley Lodge (Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

Day 8, (01.08.2022):

Hadzabe and Datoga Tribes

Today we will visit the Hadzabe and Datoga tribes. The Hadzabe are an indigenous tribe known as hunter-gatherer bushmen. Visit their homesteads and learn about their lifestyle. This tribe hunts in groups with bows and arrows and is able to survive on what the environment provides. The Hadzabe Bushmen treat illness with their own medicines. The Hadzabe speak the unique click language. Like the Maasai, the Datoga were nomadic pastoralists, but are now farmers who grow beans, maize and millet to increase their livestock (sheep, goats, cows and chickens). As a result, they rely on permanent water sources and are affected by increasing drought. Datoga came from Ethiopia about 3,000 years ago to settle at Lake Manyara and Lake Eyasi. They wear beaded and brass necklaces and bracelets and live in mud huts. This indigenous people resist outside development and education, have a high infant mortality rate, and are considered primitive by other tribes in Tanzania. In the late afternoon, drive to the airport to fly to Zanzibar or home.
Option: Day 8 – 14 Zanzibar
  • Transport with qualified driver/guide in 4×4 vehicles with viewing roof
  • Camping fees or lodge accommodation
  • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
  • National Park gate fees
  • Park commission
  • Government tax
  • Bottled water
  • Visit Massai Village
  • Flight to Arusha/Zanzibar
  • Entry visa
  • Travel and health insurance
  • Gratuities to your guide, hotel staff and porters
  • Meals, drinks and excursions not included in the itinerary
  • Any other item of personal nature, laundry, telephone and postage
  • Items of personal nature
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