A 5 days safari to Serengeti National Park
- plus Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire and Lake
Manyara National Parks - with start in Mwanza
and drop off in Arusha (or opposite).

This safari is operated by One-Way Tours and Safaris for
Mwanza Guide - Destinations in Tanzania Ltd.

Serengeti National Park - Tanzania’s first and most famous park is renowned for its wealth of leopard and lion. The vast reaches of the park are a hiding place for the endangered black rhino and provide a protected breeding ground for the vulnerable cheetah, alongside the Serengeti’s thousands of other diverse species. Serengeti National Park is an UNESCO World Heritage site.

Day 2: After an early breakfast, we will do another day of game drive in Serengeti. We will find a nice spot to relax and enjoy our lunchbox somewhere there. In the afternoon we will do en route game drive to Ngorongoro. Sundowner, dinner and overnight at Serengeti Heritage Camp (photo to your right).

Day 1: We will meet you up at your hotel in Mwanza and drive towards the Ndabaka Gate to Serengeti National Park about 135 km and a 2½ hours drive from Mwanza. It’s a nice trip - you will have the beautiful Speke Bay on your left hand side most of the way and you will pass through nice small villages such as Kisesa, Nyanguge and Lamadi on the way to the western gate to the park. We will have our lunch soon after arrival somewhere in the park and then we’ll take an afternoon game drive - before the dinner will be ready at Kati Kati Tented Camp - our stop in Serengeti for the first night.

Day 3: After breakfast we will carefully move down in the Ngorongoro Crater - a
250 km2 wide and 600 m deep caldera. The crater alone has over 20.000 large animals
including some of Tanzania’s remaining black rhinos. Ngorongoro Crater is also an
UNESCO World Heritage site. Dinner - and overnight after a drink or two at Ngorongoro
Rhino Lodge (Photo down to your left).

Day 4: After an early breakfast we will drive to Lake Manyara National Park - which is one of Tanzania’s smallest parks. Lake Manyara (the lake covers one third of the park) is famous for it’s millions of flamingos in the wet season as well as the park also host a population of the rare tree-climbing lions. We wil enoy our dinner and spend the night at Twiga Lodge.

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