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The best of Tanzania Romantic Safari


7 Days

Circuit Route

Northern Tanzania

Park Area to Visit

Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro (Conservation area & Crater)


Due to its wide range of safari locations and lodgings, Tanzania is the ideal holiday destination for couples. It offers fascinating natural attractions, breathtaking views, the big five species, and a wide variety of other animals.

Our main goal is to give our valued customers lifelong memories. We will exert every effort to make your 7-day safari memorable and unique throughout this tour.


Day by Day

Day 1: Arrival Day at JRO

A Broadleaf Adventures staff will meet you at the airport and accompany you to your Arusha accommodation for an overnight stay. Since your trip may begin early the next morning, we recommend that you take advantage of the first night in Tanzania to recuperate yourself after an exhausting flight and experience an African delight.

Day 2: Arusha to Tarangire National Park

After a hearty breakfast your tour guide will meet and pick you up from your hotel ready to start the trip with you. The first destination for this trip the beautiful Tarangire National Park, where you can spend the rest of the day spotting wildlife. The park’s enormous baobab trees are famous for towering over the beautiful landscapes of the area. The park is largely made up of low-lying hills from the floor of the Great Rift Valley. You’ll pause for lunch in the middle of the day before continuing the game drive.

Tarangire is renowned for having the highest density of elephant population in Africa, and is centered around the Tarangire River. Both the river and the marshes act as a trap for wild animals during Tanzania’s dry season. Additionally, zebras, lions, cheetahs, smaller kudus, giraffes, buffalo, and cheetahs may be encountered. Your guide will drive you to a lodge in Karatu after the adventures of the day, where you will spend the night and savor a delectable evening meal.

Day 3: Karatu to Serengeti National Park via Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Following a sumptuous breakfast at the lodge in Karatu, your Broadleaf driver-guide will drive with you to Serengeti National Park. You’ll make a stop at the Olduvai Gorge landmark area en route to visit the famous Zinjanthropus statue and take in the jaw-drop scenery of the Serengeti. This is a wonderful opportunity to take some beautiful pictures. You can also go to the museum to see the historical items our ancestors used as proof.

In the afternoon, you’ll take a lunch-break before proceeding with a game drive across the vast plains of Serengeti dotted with acacia trees. The wildebeest migration (the most notable feature of the park) can be witnessed near the Ngorongoro Crater. The Serengeti National Park is home to a good number of lions, cheetahs, elephants, giraffes, wildebeest, buffaloes, antelopes etc. as well as a plethora of bird species. Your driver will bring you to a Serengeti lodge for a delicious dinner and a restful sleep after an incredible day.

Day 4: Serengeti National Park

The best way to start a day in Serengeti is to tune-in and listen to the heart-warming sounds of the Serengeti’s birds. Following a hearty breakfast at your lodge, you’ll spend some time sync with everything around you before realizing you’re in the Serengeti. Your professional guide will recommend the best areas to spot wild animals, and because he’s an expert, you can bet that you will have the best game drive of your life.

Before beginning your game drive in the afternoon, you’ll stop for lunch in one of the designated picnic spots. The Maa name “Siringit” (which means “the land of endless plains”) is used to refer to the southern and central Serengeti regions. The classic savannah of the park, which is peppered with acacia trees, is bustling with animal life. Before driving back to the Serengeti lodge for dinner and an overnight, you can enjoy a late-afternoon drive to discover more about the local species.

Day 5: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Conservation area

You’ll get up early to go on an early morning game drive because daybreak is the best time of day for spotting wildlife, and you’ll return to the camp for a delicious meal before going on another game drive around the park. Wildebeests and zebras are frequently spotted in the Seronera region, and you may also see lions and other predators like leopards and cheetahs.

Before starting your afternoon game drive, you will enjoy a picnic lunch break in one of the designated sites. Your guide will pick you up in the late afternoon and take you to the Ngorongoro conservation area for an excellent meal and an overnight stay.

Day 6: Ngorongoro Crater

Early in the morning, after an ample breakfast, you will descend the crater’s steep, narrow slope. Ngorongoro crater presents an excellent likelihood of spotting all the Big Five, which are the lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino, and leopard. The wildlife and the natural makeup of the caldera are a delight in and of themselves.

You may also see warthogs, wildebeests, zebras, hippos, and more than 400 bird species in the area. After a wildlife viewing and a picnic lunch, you’ll leave the crater in the early afternoon ascent to Karatu, arrive in the early evening, and check in to your lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

 Day 7: Karatu to Arusha

After a sumptuous breakfast, your tour guide will pick you up and transfer you to Arusha town. You can decide to make stops along the route to take part in activities like going on a tour around Mto wa Mbu, where you can interact with local brewers and sip their beers, or going to local markets to learn about the indigenous way of living. After everything, we’ll proceed to the airport for your journey back home, in accordance with your departure schedule. We hope to travel with you again soon and wish you a safe trip.


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