Ngorongoro Crater Tour
Transfer to Ngorongoro for a full day of crater tour with picnic lunch boxes, late afternoon return to Ngorongoro Sopa Wildlife Lodge for dinner and overnight stay.
Leave Ngorongoro in the morning with picnic lunch drive to Serengeti with en route game viewing. Dinner and overnight at Ikoma Serengeti Safari Camp.
Full day’s game drive
Spend full day in Serengeti game viewing with lunch box, around kopjes for lions and cheetah; late afternoon return to the Ikoma Serengeti Safari Camp for dinner and overnight.
Serengeti – Arusha
After breakfast, transfer to Arusha with en route game drive (long drive of about 6 hours).
Price per person (based on room sharing)
* 4 Days safari ( 2 persons per car ) 1 100 EUR
* 4 Days safari ( 4 persons per car ) 950 EUR
What you get…
* Full board accommodation in the lodges
* Local driver/guide fluent in English
* Transport to and within the park
* Park and crater service fees
… and what you don’t
* Flight and any other local shuttle service outside safari schedule
* Drinking water and beverages
* Items of personal nature
* Gratuities/tip to driver/guide/cook (highly recommended)
* Hotel before and after safari (can be arranged upon request)
Today, the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, protect the greatest and most varied collection of terrestrial wildlife on earth, and one of the last great migratory systems still intact. The Serengeti is the jewel in the crown of Tanzania's protected areas, which altogether make up some 14% of the country's land area, a conservation record that few other countries can match.Serengeti National Park is made up of grassland and woodland, plains, kopjes, and marshes; all of which make up a savanna.
"Savanna" is a general term for any type of semi-arid land from open grassland to woodland and all mixtures of grass and trees in between. Savannas cover one quarter of the worlds land surface and can support more animals than any other land type.
The jewel in Ngorongoro's crown is a deep, volcanic crater, the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world. About 20kms across, 600 metres deep and 300 sq kms in area, the Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtaking natural wonder. The rich pasture supports over 25,000 animals, predominantly grazing animals, including some of Tanzania's last black rhinos. Big tuskers roam the floor and even though animals are free to leave or enter the Crater, most remain because of the plentiful water and food available on the Crater floor throughout the year. Lake Makat, fed by the Munge River is a soda lake and a magnet for flamingos and other water birds which come here to feed.