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Tanzania hosts some of the most stunning wildlife reserves in the world.  We encourage our members to consider spending an additional 2-5 days after their Kilimanjaro trek to enjoy one of our safaris customized and priced exclusively for S2 members. Your safari will be hosted by professional wildlife guides eager to share their knowledge of habitat and wildlife behavior in the backdrop of famous reserves like the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.  Best of all, we’ll plan a schedule that coincides with your Kilimanjaro trek and accommodates your individual ambitions for viewing Tanzania’s wonderful wildlife.

 
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2 DAYS: TARANGIRE & NGORONGORO

$1,250 (1-3 Pax) / $1,100 (4 Pax or More)

Tarangire is famous for its giant baobab trees, large herds of elephant, predators and abundant game spreading across wide savannas.  The park is also known for its buffalo, primates and astounding bird life. Knowledgable of the habitat and behavior of Tanzania’s wonderful wildlife, your personal guide will share with you the fascinating methods of communication elephant use for individual and herd interaction. You'll be invited to enjoy an ethno-botanical walk escorted by a local Maasai to learn about local indigenous culture. Spend a remarkable day enjoying the wildlife and landscape in one of the most beautiful places in Africa – the 2000-foot deep, 10-mile wide Ngorongoro Crater. You’ll view some of the world’s largest elephant herds, large prides of lion, and massive herds of plains animals like zebra and wildebeest. The crater is the last place in Africa where free-ranging black rhino can still be viewed.

3 DAYS: MANYARA, TARANGIRE & NGORONGORO

$1,812 (1-3 Pax) / $1,592 (4 Pax or More)

This safari includes two days enjoying Tarangire and Ngorongoro (Itinerary Description Provided Above), as well as one day at Manyara National Park. In addition to wildlife at Tarangire and Ngorongoro, game viewing includes Manyara’s famous prides of tree climbing lion. The park also boasts rich ground water forest, lakeside grassland and an abundant variety of trees and shrubs. The lake features numerous avian species, including flamingo, pelican, stork and a variety of shorebirds. During the game drive, the view across Manyara’s expansive savannas leaves one with a sense of seclusion.  This is the romantic setting that provided the backdrop to the the story and film that would become “Out of Africa.”

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4 DAYS: NORTHERN CIRCUIT

$2,273 (1-3 Pax) / $2,020 (4 Pax or More)

This safari includes two days enjoying Manyara and Ngorongoro (Itinerary Descriptions Provided Above), as well as two days at Serengeti National Park. In addition to wildlife at Manyara and Ngorongoro, we’ll venture into the endless plains of the Serengeti, home to the highest density of wildlife in the world. The Serengeti hosts unrivaled natural beauty, diversity and scientific value.  The central Seronera plains and surrounding area is habitat for both migratory and non-migratory animals. The most renowned wildlife sanctuary in the world, the landscape is characterized by massive wildlife herds and vast stretches of open plains punctuated by woodlands and kopjes, rock formations that have survived from the Pre-Cambrian period.

5 DAYS: NORTHERN CIRCUIT

$2,710 (1-3 Pax) / $2,500 (4 Pax or More)

This safari includes two days enjoying Ngorongoro,  as well as three days at Serengeti National Park (Itinerary Descriptions Provided Above). In addition to wildlife viewing at Ngorongoro and Serengeti, you can enjoy a unique and personal experience with the wonderful tribal people of Tanzania. Enjoy an early morning cultural visit with the Hadzabe tribe, one of the few remaining indigenous groups in the region subsisting from primitive hunter-gatherer practices. You’ll return to camp for breakfast, then visit another local tribe, the Datoga Bomas, to learn more about the region’s rich indigenous culture and heritage.

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