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Four Parks Tanzania Camping Safari

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Map of Four Parks Tanzania Camping Safari

Highlights

  • Safari to four top Tanzania parks
  • Wildlife safari in the Serengeti
  • Comfortable wilderness camping
  • Big tuskers in Ngorongoro Crater
  • Birdlife on Lake Manyara

Four Parks Tanzania Camping Safari

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Quick facts

Price from £TBA
Duration TBA days
Max group size 14 persons
Single supplement none

Main areas visited

Summary of day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 Depart London Heathrow on your overnight flight with Kenya Airways to Kilimanjaro, via Nairobi.
Day 2 Rest after your flight with an overnight stop in Arusha, a colourful town and the gateway to Tanzania's best safari parks.
Day 3 After breakfast, meet your camping safari group and guide before heading off to Tarangire National Park to seek wildlife.
Day 4 Spend a full day on safari in Tarangire enjoying the large elephant herds the park is known for.
Day 5 Drive to Manyara where you will spend the day game viewing, before driving up to the Ngorongoro Crater or the night.
Day 6 Rise early and descend onto the Crater floor for the morning, before departing for the Serengeti in the afternoon.
Day 7 Spend today on safari in central Serengeti, where the Seronera River supports numerous plains game and predators.
Day 8 The second day of your Serengeti camping safari is a full day spent seeking out the wildlife that makes this reserve famous.
Day 9 Fly from the Serengeti back to Arusha on a small plane and in time to make your scheduled flight from Tanzania home.
Alternatively, relax on the beaches Tanzania is famed for, by adding on one of our Expert Africa Beach extensions.
Day 10 Arrive back home from Tanzania after an amazing comfortable camping safari to Serengeti and other top wildlife areas.

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