3 Days Safari, Ngorongoro and Serengeti safari will take you to the world’s most popular destinations. Ngorongoro Crater is often called Africa’s Eden and the 8th Natural Wonder of the World. Serengeti is well known for the wildebeest migration which can’t be seen anywhere else in the world.
Day 1: Game Drives in Serengeti National Park
After breakfast, the game drive to Serengeti. The name Serengeti originates from the Masai word Siringit that means “endless plains”. You will see why the Maasai gave this region this name as the grassland savannah stretches to the horizon in the South and is only interrupted by the rocks-called kopjes. These kopjes are bizarre rock formations formed by the weathering of granite outcrops. The plains are the perfect hunting grounds for leopards and other big cats; you will have a good chance to view these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat through the open roof of the vehicle. In the afternoon, you will reach the destination for the day, the Seronera Valley in the central Serengeti area. You will sleep in mbugani tented lodge and enjoying a good meal in the middle of the African bush.
Day 2: Game Drive in Serengeti to Ngorongoro
After breakfast, you will continue the game drive through the Serengeti National Park. You will enjoy seeing hundreds of wildebeests and zebras and often lions and other big cats such as leopards and cheetah in the Seronera Valley. After lunch at a picnic site, you will drive in the direction of the Ngorongoro Crater. As soon as you have reached the edge of the crater, the caldera opens up before you and you will have a remarkable view of this impressive natural wonder. You will sleep in rhino lodge on the crater’s edge and enjoy the fantastic view of sun set.
Day 3: Game Drives in Ngorongoro Crater back to Arusha
After an early breakfast at daybreak, you will drive down into the crater. The Ngorongoro Crater is the largest unbroken caldera and has unbelievable wildlife diversity. On the grass steppe and in the acacia tree woods, you will find almost all species that are found in the East African savannah with the exception of topis, Masai giraffes, and impalas. Quite often, you can observe the “Big Five” (lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino, and leopard) within a couple of hours. Later you will drive to Arusha for departure and arrive around 4pm.
All meals during the safariAll transfers and transportGame drives in a proper safari vehicleServices of a safari driver/ guide hotel accommodationsSleeping bagsPark feesHotel and Lodges Accommodations
Items of a personal natureTipsInternational air fares.Any required visas.Travel insurance.