Due to time constraints and budget one may want to take a short 2 days safari Tanzania, which made us come up with a range of 2 days / 1 night safari packages in the most interesting Tanzania safari parks. 2 Days/1 Night Tarangire & Ngorongoro Crater Safari from Arusha is wildlife watching safari in Tarangire National Park and in the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater. Other animals of the park that also frequent in this area include lions, leopards, zebras, antelope and gazelles.
Warmly welcome to Tanzania. Pick up from Kilimanjaro Airport or Arusha Airport and drive to Arusha Safari Lodge in Arusha City. Enjoy your beautiful night at Arusha Safari Lodge. Peaceful hotel on the slopes of Mount Meru. The hotel is outside the City with big garden and lovely swimming pool.
Morning after breakfast with picnic lunch and drinking water to enjoy on your way, drive to Ngorongoro crater 3 hours. Game tour in the crater viewing wild animals. Ngorongoro crater has high concentration of wild animals. Approximately 25,000 wild animals living in this crater. Expect to see Black rhino, Zebra, hippos, Buffaloes, hyenas, lions, Leopards, Antelopes, wildebeest and other more are available in the crater. Heavy flying birds, other species of birds are available everywhere in the Park. Later drive to Country Lodge Karatu for overnight stay.
Morning after breakfast with picnic lunch and drinking water to use on your way drive to Tarangire Park two hours. Game drives viewing wild animals at Tarangire national park. The park is famous for large groups of Elephants (Famous as Elephant’s Paradise), wildebeest, zebra, big cats, Buffaloes and other many animals. Enjoy your game tour until evening. After lovely game tour drive to Arusha City 2hours. Overnight stay at Arusha Safari Lodge based on bed and breakfast.
On day 3, our driver will pick you at the Arusha Safari Lodge and drive to Airport for your home flight or other destination. This will be the end of our services.
The best time to go on a safari in Tanzania is during the dry season, which typically runs from June to October. However, the wildebeest migration occurs from November to July, so if you want to see this phenomenon, it’s best to plan your trip around that.
Tanzania is home to a wide variety of animals, including the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino), as well as giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, cheetahs, hyenas, and many more.
Yes, most visitors to Tanzania require a visa, which can be obtained online or at the airport upon arrival. Make sure to check the current visa requirements before you travel.
You should pack light, breathable clothing in neutral colors, as well as comfortable shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat. You may also want to bring binoculars and a camera.
There are a variety of accommodations available, from budget-friendly campsites to luxury lodges. Some accommodations are located within the national parks themselves, while others are located just outside the park boundaries.
Don’t worry, you will not be alone in Tanzania. Don’t think you are a guest in Tanzania, you are our family member.