3 days Ngorongoro Safari
3 days Ngorongoro Safari to the world’s largest broken caldera which homes the highest predator per-capita in the world. Visit one of the 10 natural wonders of the world for the lifetime memorable wildlife experience.
Day 1: Arusha to Ngorongoro
You will be met by our driver guide in your hotel or airport upon arrival. You will be briefed through the itinerary and then start your drive Ngorongoro crater. We will be passing through the local Maasai villages and large coffee plantations. We then check in to our lodge for some refreshments and small rest as we pick our lunch boxes.
After we go for cultural tours in the local Maasai villages to experience true African culture. We have road game drive to view different animals like giraffes, zebras, gazelles and others along the conservation area.
Day 2. Full day Ngorongoro
After breakfast with parked lunch we descend down to the crater for the most wonderful moments of the park, this is remarkable in that the crater hosts a wide pride of lions, you will see them hunt live take almost the whole day down as you see much more action of nature happening there, have a break off for lunch as the eye competes with the mouth seeing much interesting things happening in front of you while the mouth never gives up enjoying the local food of Africa.
As we come out of the crater we have enroute game drive back to our lodge where we will go for refreshments and relaxing memorizing our experience of the wilderness
Dinner and overnight
Day 3. Ngorongoro to Arusha
After early morning breakfast depending on your flight we can have a game drive in Lake Manyara national park on our way back to Arusha for your flight.
- Pick up and drop off
- Park and conservation fees
- Professional safari guide
- All meals and cold water while in a safari
- All accommodation according to your standard required
- Government taxes.
- Personal Expenses (laundry, telephone, alcoholic drinks etc)
- Optional activities like balloon rides 570$ per person
- International flights
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