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Tanzania Wildlife and Cultural Excursions


9 Days

Circuit Route

Nothern Tanzania

Park Area to Visit

Lake Eyasi, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Mto wa Mbu


Broadleaf Adventure itinerary of wildlife and cultural excursions offers the “ultimate Tanzania safari” through Tanzania’s most well-known northern destinations, including Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti National Park, and Arusha city.

The program will take you to the Hadzabe and Datoga tribes around Lake Eyasi to learn about their cultural practices, and then to Mto wa Mbu village for exceptional cultural excursions.


Day by Day

Day 1: Arrival day at Kilimanjaro International Airport     

Our representative will meet you at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) and give you a brief introduction before driving you to your hotel for dinner and the night. Whilst waiting for your safari in the next day, unwind in the comfort of your hotel.

Day 2: Arusha to Lake Eyasi

Your guide will pick you up from your Arusha hotel after a hearty breakfast and take you to Lake Eyasi. You’ll pass through appealing Maasai communities and landscapes on the way. You’ll have a nice meal at the lodge once you arrive in the late afternoon, after which you are able to recuperate up for the next early-morning cultural activities hosted by the Hadzabe people.

Day 3: Lake Eyasi to Serengeti national park

To meet with the Hadzabe people, who are going to accompany you on a hunt and show you how to hunt for food, we leave this morning prior to the morning meal. You will discover more about their customs and way of life. Before returning to your lodge for an excellent breakfast and, if need be, a refreshing shower, and visit the Datoga tribe. After that, proceed your trip in one of our 4×4 safari vehicles to the Serengeti National Park, journeying past the picturesque Karatu farmlands and the Ngorongoro highlands. In the afternoon, you’ll make a little break along the way for your picnic lunch.

Given an enormous variety of native species, the Central Serengeti offers great all year long wildlife viewing. Irrespective of the month, spotting the Seronera River Valley in the Central Serengeti is a “must-see” on any safari. Because indigenous wildlife have a greater concentration nearby due to the availability of water sources, game watching in the Central Serengeti is most effective from June through October.  Among the herbivores that can be spotted nearby are impala, buffalo, hippo, warthog, topi, hartebeest, and giraffe. When the day’s activities are over, your guide will take you to a lodge where you will spend the evening and eat a delectable supper.

Days 4 & 5: Full game drive at Serengeti

Your safari program will be more beneficial if Serengeti National Park is visited for two full days. The seductive melodies of birds and wild creatures will make your evening special. You start the day with a morning game drive in Seronera, the Serengeti’s central region, following breakfast. Appreciate the awe-inspiring splendor of infinite plains while listening to fascinating wildlife tales from your tour guide.

In the heart of the Serengeti, various animal species obtain their water from the Seronera River. Kopjes are a preferred hiding place for lions, snakes, and hyraxes. Your trip Brunch within the Serengeti’s endless grasslands will be an experience of a lifetime. Take some time to relax after lunch before exploring the Seronera region in search of wildlife. You might see lions, leopards, elephants, zebras, cheetahs, and antelopes while on the game drives. The Kori Bustard, the heaviest flying bird in the world, may be spotted if you’re fortunate enough to see it. Your guide will take you to a lodge for dinner and a relaxing night following a game drive.

Day 6: Serengeti to Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Following an early-morning lavish breakfast, your guide will pick you up and begin a trip from Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Our initial stop is to the Olduvai Gorge, which has a long history spanning back to the beginning of time. The skulls of “Handy Man” and “Nutcracker Man,” two significant individuals in the history of human evolution, were discovered here by scientists Drs. Louis and Mary Leakey. You will discover a lot about history and findings when you’re here. In the late afternoon, your guide will take you to a lodge where you may unwind, eat a delectable dinner, and spend the evening relaxing.

Day 7: Ngorongoro Crater

Your knowledgeable guide will pick you up after an exquisite breakfast at your lodge, along with your packed lunch, and accompany you on a 600-meter descend into the caldera to view wildlife. Lions, zebras, flocks of flamingos, elephants, giraffes, and a variety of other kinds of wildlife can be observed in the Ngorongoro crater. It has been designated an official World Heritage Site of UNESCO and is regarded as Africa’s most stunning and exceptional location where people and wildlife coexist.

Prior to proceeding with our game drive in the park around late afternoon in search for all the animals we missed in the morning, we will stop for a picnic lunch in one of the designated places and take a brief break. We will also be heading to Lake Magadi, which is one of the crater’s principal attractions and is a substantial but shallow alkaline lake in the southwest corner. Your guide will take you to Karatu when the day’s activities are complete, where you will have dinner and spend the rest of the evening.

Day 8: Mto wa mbu village Cultural Excursions

Your guide will pick you up and take you on a tour within Mto wa Mbu, which is situated halfway between Manyara and Ngorongoro Highland, after you’ve enjoyed an excellent breakfast at your lodge. Spend a day exploring a part of Tanzania that few tourists manage to experience with an experienced local guide. The local tour guide will lead an excursion through the village. You will have a special chance to see the town from your guide’s perspective because he or she is probably a native of the area. During your stay, you’ll be able to get an understanding of the village’s social aspect.

Before arriving at a local lunch location, you’ll either have a hot local lunch prepared there by them or prepare the food yourself with their guidance. Your tour will likely begin at the rice plantations, where you’ll learn about how they grow them. After that, you’ll be taken through various locations. Your tour guide will pick you up following your day’s adventures and transfer you to Arusha city, where you will stay in a lodge for an exquisite dinner and a restful night’s sleep.

Day 9: Arusha City Tour (Optional)/ Departure

A wonderful way to wrap up your cultural adventure is to spend some time touring Arusha prior to departure. The Uhuru monument, the Maasai market, where you can see and perhaps purchase some cultural products, and the central market, where you can learn about various Tanzanian herbs and spices vegetables, local food, and fruits, just to name a few, are all worthwhile places to stop by if you want to learn about the history of Arusha city both before and after the colonial era. For your departing flight, you will be transferred to Kilimanjaro International Airport in the late afternoon.


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