2 Days Tanzania tours
Tanzania tours allows you to get close the African wilderness and experience its magic and the beauty. In contrary to other African countries Tanzania offers the best camping safari due to the fact that all of its campsites are not fenced which allows animals to wonder around freely and get close to the tents the thing that brings the feelings of being to the heart of the African wilderness. In the morning you will be awakened by the beautiful birds’ songs ready to go for a game drive. The driver guide will help you spot various animals and explain to you the observed drama while the safari cooks will treat and spoil you with their excellent culinary skills.
Day 1: Arusha To Tarangire National Park
Pick you up in the morning from the hotel in Arusha town for a two hours drive to Tarangire National Park, which is famous known for having huge herds of Elephants compared to any other national Park in the country. The park vegetation is characterized of savannah grass land dotted with huge baobabs trees which offer the shading for animals during the day time. During the dry season Tarangire river which cross the park act as the only permanent source of water in the park. At this season animals are congregated along the bank of the river which provides the best opportunity for spotting predators chasing and killing.
You will take a full game drive at Tarangire until the late evening when it will be our time to rest and cool our bodies. our accommodation will relay on Tanzania camping safari
Overnight at Camp
Day 2: Tarangire National Park – Ngorongoro Conservation Area – Arusha
You will leave early in the morning from the Camp to Ngorongoro Conservation Area into the crater where you will spend the half day conducting the game drive. The Ngorongoro Crater is the world famous crater inhibited by a variety of African plain animals including the rare species such as the black rhinos. In the mid-day stop near the hippo pool for picnic lunch then proceed with the game drive before departing back to Arusha. end of Tanzania tours