Superlight Safaris Africa
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Day 1: ARUSHA
Depart Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International/Wilson Airport to arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport and transfer to your hotel. Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 2 : Tarangire National Park
After breakfast, depart for Tarangire National Park - a park at its most classic – idolized in Hollywood movies, romanticized by early settlers and sought ever since by the modern traveler.
Open savannah, looming primeval baobab trees and stretched groves of acacia tortilis complete with roaming herds of elephant and an impressive array of predators.
Spend the day in the park with lunch hampers, arriving in time for a welcome gala dinner in the boma with traditional maasai dances. Overnight at Kikoti Safari Camp.

 

Day 3 & 4 Tarangire
Early morning game drive with packed breakfast, returning to camp for late lunch. Afternoon, embark on a guided bush walk with armed rangers and a naturalist guide, with sundowners on Kikoti Rock. Depart for your evening game drive in open 4x4 vehicles arriving in time for a bush dinner. Overnight at Kikoti Safari Camp.

Day 5 + 6: Tarangire National Park - Lake Eyasi
After breakfast, proceed to Lake Eyasi - via a small farming community at the base of the Rift valley called Mto wa Mbu. From here, we make our way up the escarpment, passing Karatu driving Southwest arriving at the northshore of Lake Eyasi – a mild alkaline lake stretching 50 km’s.
To the northeast the horizon is dominated by the Ngorongoro crater highlands and beyond lies the Serengeti Plains. We spend these two days exploring the dry and harsh landscape with the Hadzabe and Watindiga bushmen living their daily lives gathering roots and wild fruits.
Accompanying them on hunts with their bows and poisoned arrows, take you back to earlier times, when man lived in harmony with nature.
This is a unique experience – as well as an opportunity to interact with the other native tribes with a different lifestyle such as the Barabaig’s and Datoga Tribe. All meals and overnight at Kisimangeda camp – LAKE EYASI.

Day 7 + 8: Lake Eyasi - Ngorongoro Crater
This day we leave for Ngorongoro highlands, arriving in time for an early lunch at the lodge.
This afternoon we drop down 2000 ft, into one of the most spectacular settings. Ngorongoro is perhaps the finest and without doubt the most impressive, wildlife destination on the planet.
A perfectly formed sunken volcano that hosts as wide a cross section of wildlife as is found on the continent of Africa including the rare and endangered Black Rhino.
A game drive around the perfect natural amphitheatre, bounded by 2000 ft sheer walls, allows a rare intimacy with the resident wildlife that roam the definitive range of eco systems.
During your stay, you will have an opportunity to visit the Olmoti Crater – The shallow grassy crater is the source of the Munge River, which pours through a notch in the rim in a spectacular waterfall on its way to Ngorongoro Crater.
(Two nights full board accommodation at the Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge)

Day 9, 10 + 11: Ngorongoro Crater - Serengeti National Park
We depart for Serengeti National park – Arguably the most famous national park in the world, the vast predator rich Serengeti needs little introduction. The primeval paradise of roughly the size of Connecticut has been the subject of countless wildlife films, each seeking to capture the unique spirit of this exhilarating eco system that was, until recently, the domain of favored few. The unfurling plains of Seronera provide the stage for the most dramatic wildlife spectacle on the planet when the massed herds of a million wildebeest congregate on the short grass plains for the great migration north to the Maasai Mara. We are proud to say that the Serengeti is everything that a discerning safari seeker would expect and more – and we believe that a few nights in a mobile camp is the best way to do it the justice it deserves.
On your way to Serengeti – you will stop and visit the Olduvai Gorge, a river canyon cut 100 meters deep through the volcanic soils of the Serengeti plains. Buried in the layers are the remains of animals and hominoids that lived and died around the shallow lake amid grassy plains and woodlands from 2,000,000 years ago to present. Olduvai museum is also very useful for information and education. Spend these four days exploring the endless plains of Serengeti National Park.
Three nights full board accommodation at TPS Serengeti Medium Camp

Day 12 : Serengeti - Arusha
Fly from Seronera to Arusha with Regional Air – Scheduled flight departing at 11:15 hrs (this is an optional flight at additional cost). A day room at the New Arusha Hotel and dinner can be arranged (Optional, extra cost). You will be transferred back to JRO Airport by road for your departing flight.