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Budget Safari with Full of Experience

Budget Safari with Full of Experience

Budget Safari with Full of Experience is real possible, One of the most interesting thing about Safari is that whether you go luxury, budget, or even basic camp, the experience is just the same! You can pay $150/day and have 100% same Wildlife experience with the person who have paid $1500/night, Yes and that is very true.

The good thing is that you spend a lot of time out there, and so the extra comfort of accommodation is just for few hours of night, the game time drive will never be enough, unless you only come to Tanzania to relax for the second or third time that’s why Budget Safari with Full of Experience is possible.

The two things that you should never compromise is the quality of the car and the experience guide, these are the most important things to take care of! without a proper safari vehicle, experience guide and a well organized chef, you are planning to fail.Below is one of these amazing itinerary:

Day 1: Moshi Lake Manyara

Depart Moshi with lunch boxes at around 9 am for Lake Manyara National Park. We have lunch at Twiga/Jambo Campsite and after Lunch we drive in the park. The park is very beautiful, many elephants can be seen. Dinner and overnight at Campsite or hotel.

Day 2: Manyara Serengeti National Park

After breakfast depart for Serengeti with our lunch boxes passing through Oldupai Gorge, the site of Leakey’s family discovery of fossils of human and animal ancestors dating back to almost two million years.

We visit the museum and receive a lecture while having lunch. After lunch we proceed to Serengeti National Park, stopping at the Naabi hill gate for a short break, we then do an afternoon game drive as we heading to Seronera area. Meals and overnight at Campsite or hotel

Day 3: Serengeti – Ngorongoro

After breakfast do another morning game drive to Serengeti, then start to head to Ngorongoro. Lunch at the Naabi hill gate. Option to visit one of the Maasai villages and experience their way of living at an extra cost per person. Dinner and overnight at camp or hotel.


Day 4: Ngorongoro Crater

We have breakfast very early in the morning, and then start to drive to Ngorongoro. Stopping at the Loduare gate then drive to the rim of the crater, stopping at the viewpoint which is 2400 meters above sea level (if the weather is clear). Note that at this point you may experience low temperature.

We then continue to drive around the rim of the crater before descending down to the crater bottom (650m). We do a morning game drive in the crater. Plenty of animals to view, big herds of wildebeest and zebras, lions, cheetahs, hyenas, gazelles antelopes, flamingos at the lake and black rhinos in a clear lucky day.

Yet another chance to complete the left members of the big five. We have lunch at the picnic site in the crater. After lunch we start to drive to Camp or hotel.

Safari Vehicle

Day 5 Hunting With The Bushmen And Visit The Local Tribes.

Early in the morning we have breakfast then we visit the Hadzabe tribesmen. We do hunting with them, learn how to hunt with the spear and arrows. Very interesting people as they still live in their ancient ways. We then visit the ironsmith and other tribes. Dinner and overnight at the camp or hotel.

Day 6 Lake Eyasi Arusha

After breakfast we drive to the lake Eyasi and do fishing if it’s not too dry we then return to the camp have lunch and start to drive to Moshi.

Hadzabe in Eyasi

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