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2 Days Tarangire and Ngorongoro Safari

2 Days Tarangire and Ngorongoro Safari

Overview

A 2-day safari encompassing Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania is an intense immersion into East Africa’s wildlife and landscapes.

On day one, you’ll venture into Tarangire, where iconic baobab trees dot the savannah. Game drives here reveal elephant herds, graceful giraffes, and prowling predators. Tarangire’s prolific birdlife offers captivating moments for birdwatchers. As the day draws to a close, you’ll settle into your accommodation near the park.

Day two brings you to the renowned Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Descending into the crater’s bowl, you’ll witness the Big Five and countless other species in their natural habitat. The Maasai’s cultural presence adds depth to your visit. After a day of wildlife wonder, you’ll return to your starting point, concluding an exhilarating and compact Tanzanian safari that captures the essence of these two iconic destinations in a short but unforgettable adventure.

DAY 1- MOSHI – TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK

Location: South East of Lake Manyara, Northern Tanzania
Climate: Hot and wet best to visit July-January
Typical Landscape: Hilly, with long elephant grass and swamps

Tarangire covering 2,850 sq. miles is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania. This well-watered park is famous for its diversity of wildlife, large herds of elephants wandering, and tree climbing pythons often spotted in the branches of its massive iconic baobab trees. This park is worth a visit to experience the perfect diversity of East Africa and Tanzania between July and December when large numbers of animals migrate from Lake Manyara.

Overnight Ngorongoro farm House  Full Board

DAY 2 – NGORONGORO – MOSHI

Location: Crater Highlands, Northern Tanzania
Climate: Lower temperatures on the highlands and at night, rainy during April, May, and November
Typical Landscape: Soda lake with a fig tree and acacia forests, and flat mud plains  during the dry season

The Ngorongoro Crater and Conservation area are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to approximately 25,000 large mammals and a huge variety of smaller species making it a target for discerning safari goers.  Packed full of game, due to the plentiful water and food available on the crater floor throughout the year.

This large unflooded volcanic caldera and the vast escarpments and flat grassy plains, yellow barked Acacia trees, wetlands and lakes attracting massive Flamingo migrations with over 300 species of birds to make this park an awe-inspiring sight as one of the natural wonders of the world. Enjoy lunch by the hippo pool before driving back to Moshi / Arusha.

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