Wildlife Week in Tanzania



  • Lake Manyara Game Drive: Experience a myriad variety of animals at this amazing game drive in Lake Manyara game reserve. Although the Lake occupies a larger part of the Game Drive, along with large areas of forests, woodlands and swamplands, it provides a home to baboons, giraffe, impala, wildebeest, buffalo, zebra, elephant, hippos, with over 400 species of birds.
  • Serengeti National Park Game drive: The world-famous Serengeti, known for its annual wildebeest migration will be an amazing addition to your trip. Hop on a four-wheel drive with a guide and drive through the rough and wild roads to experience the incredible sighting of wild animals amongst the 4 million large mammals living in total freedom.
  • Ngorongoro National Park: A visit to the UNESCO protected world Heritage Site that includes an international Biosphere Reserve, Ngorongoro Crater, Empakai Crater, Oldupai Gorge and Ndutu including the short grass plains of the South-Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem proves to be an unforgettable experience. The stunning view of the Ngorongoro crater with its steep walls is the main highlight.
Lake Manyara (2), Serengeti National Park (2), Ngorongoro (2)
Arrival (Kilimanjaro), Departure (Kilimanjaro)


What is included

  • 2 nights stay at Lake Manyara
  • 2 nights stay at Serengeti
  • 2 nights stay at Ngorongoro
  • All three major meals at all places
  • Ground transport in 4X4 vehicle with a pop up roof for easier game drive
  • Complimentary 1 litre bottled mineral water per person per day
  • Park entrance fees
  • Private transport made available
  • Services of an English-speaking driver / guide
  • Meet and greet services


What is excluded

  • Visas - Inoculations and personal insurance
  • Domestic and International flights and departure taxes (quoted separately where applicabl
  • Optional activities and excursions - Drinks, tips, laundry and other personal expenses - Medical, travel and baggage insurance - Holiday Surcharge
  • Porterage and gratuities
  • GST


During the dry season (June to October) is perfect as the water levels go down resulting in the herd to start migrating towards water lands, the dry plain fields make it ideal for sighting of animals. July to October gets little to no rain and thus the clear skies make it ideal for wild animal sightings. Unpaved roads are essential to reach the parks which are more accessible during the dry seasons. January and February is the best time to experience wildebeest calving. March and April experience worst weather as it rains heavily. June and July are the best months to watch the wildebeest migration. During the dry season (June - October) animals are easier to spot since they concentrate around waterholes and rivers and there is less vegetation.