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7 Days Tanzania Camping Safari | 7 Days Tanzania Safari Highlights

The 7 Tanzania Camping Safari is a well-designed safari itinerary that allows you to
experience the best of Northern Tanzania's safari circuit at a low cost. Visit the Bushmen in
Tarangire Park, Lake Manyara, and Lake Eyasi, as well as Serengeti National Park and the
Ngorongoro Crater, on this Tanzania camping safari.

Highlights from a 7-day Tanzania camping safari

Visit the Bushmen at Lake Eyasi and the Masai Village in the Ngorongoro Highlands for true

contact with the natives.

Discover the big cats, the big 5, and fascinating creatures you never knew existed.
The Serengeti wildebeest migration is the world's largest animal aggregate.
Enjoy the stunning scenery of Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti's infinite
rolling plains.

Traveling in style
Comfort and privacy – You will travel in a private adapted safari Land Cruiser with
photographic roof thatch, and all passengers will have window seats. From the beginning to
the conclusion, a professional and experienced local safari driver guide and a private safari
chef will be with you. We guarantee a stress-free safari where you won't have to worry
about where to sleep, what to eat, or anything else because everything will be taken care of
for you. The chef will cook all of your meals, as well as pitching your tents. We recommend
that you bring your own sleeping bags because you will be camping at public campgrounds
and sleeping in canvas tents with beds and pillows. However, you can still rent sleeping
bags in Arusha town for a fair amount paid once for the entire trip.

Day 1 Arusha – Tarangire National Park
Arusha – Tarangire National Park Day 1
Following a brief briefing in the morning, you will depart for Tarangire National Park. Huge
elephant herds roam the park's grassland, baobab trees, seasonal wetlands, and lagoons.
The life-giving Tarangire River attracts a wide variety of species, including giraffes,
bushbucks, and hartebeests, as well as the strange-looking gerenuk and fringe-eared oryx.
Buffaloes, zebras, and wildebeests also live in the park, and they are constantly pursued by
predators such as lions. Leopards are occasionally sighted, while cheetahs are rarely seen.
You will be able to take in the scenery and observe the wildlife from the safari vehicle's
open top. In the late afternoon, you will arrive at a campsite inside the park, where you will
spend the night in a tent.Lunch; Dinner

Day 2 Tarangire National Park – Lake Natron
Day 2: Lake Natron, Tarangire National Park
After breakfast, depart from Tarangire National Park and travel to Mto wa Mbu, a
multicultural village. From here, you'll journey down the Rift Valley Escarpment on a
spectacular and very bumpy gravel road, with Ol Doinyo Lengai, the Maasai's "holy
mountain" in the distance. The picturesque Masai town of Ngare Sero, an oasis in the hot
and dusty Rift Valley, is our destination today. Thousands of flamingos breed and feed on
the algae of the alkaline Lake Natron, creating a pink glow in the distance. In the afternoon,
you'll go on a walk with a Maasai guide to a nearby waterfall before returning to the
campground for the night.  Lunch; Dinner

Day 3 Lake Natron – Serengeti National Park
Day 3: Serengeti National Park – Lake Natron
After an early start, your vehicle will rise out of the Rift Valley and onto the Serengeti's
grassy plains by lunchtime, following challenging dirt routes with breathtaking views. The
Maasai language refers to the Serengeti as "endless plains," as the grassland savannah
stretches to the horizon. The Serengeti is Tanzania's most well-known park, and it is home
to the world's largest wildlife migration, with hundreds of thousands of animals migrating to
find fresh grass and water. You'll spend the night at a campground in the park's northern or
central areas

Day 4 Serengeti National Park
In the Serengeti National Park, the entire day is dedicated to game viewing. Depending on
your last night's stop, you will either go on a full day game drive or join early morning and

afternoon drives in the Seronera area. Huge herds of wildebeests and zebras can be seen
between December and May, with calves and foals born between January and March. In
addition, the Seronera area is the ideal site to see the secretive and nocturnal leopard.
You'll spend the night in the Seronera area at a campsite. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are
all options.

Day 5 Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Another game drive in the Serengeti is planned for the morning, and you might see some
animals you haven't seen before. Before the temperatures peak around midday, animals
are more active in the morning. After lunch, you'll depart the Serengeti plains and journey to
the Ngorongoro Conservation Area's highlands. You'll stay at a campground right on the rim
of the Ngorongoro Crater, with a view of the crater's collapsed volcano. It's the ideal location
for a sunset sundowner. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner .

Day 6 Ngorongoro Crater – Mto wa Mbu
Get up and shine! It's up early in the morning to tackle the steep slope that leads down into
the 600-meter-deep crater. The hills are forested, but the landscape quickly transitions to
savannah, with the occasional acacia tree thrown in for good measure. The wildlife in the
crater is incredible, and you might even spot the Big Five — lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino,
and leopard – if you're lucky. Warthogs, wildebeests, zebras, hippos, and some of the
area's more than 500 bird species should all be seen. You will go to Mto wa Mbu, where
you will spend the night after an entire morning of game viewing and a picnic lunch in the
crater. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 7 Mto wa Mbu – Arusha
Mto wa Mbu – Arusha, Day 7
Following a leisurely breakfast, you will begin your return journey to Arusha, arriving about
lunchtime. You will be dropped off in the city centre or at the airport. Breakfast; Lunch;

The following items were included:
 According to the schedule, go on a camping safari.
 Transportation in a four-wheel-drive safari vehicle
 English-speaking professional guide
 Safari cook who is fluent in English.
 Safari tents are available for overnight stays.

 Camping supplies (tents, sleeping mats, chairs, tables etc.)
 Meals prepared in accordance with the schedule
 Water with minerals
 All of the aforementioned activities
 Fees for all national parks

The following items are not included:
 Bag for sleeping
 Flights
 Extracurricular activities
 alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
 Fees for visas
 Tips
 Personal spending money for souvenirs and other little purchases.
 Insurance for travel

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