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4 Days / 3 Nights Safari

Contact Information Sanawari, Arusha - Tanzania +255 755 625 994 / +255 686 944 066 info@lappetfacedsafaris.com www.lappetfacedsafaris.comDay 1 – Arusha to Tarangire national park
You will be met by your private guide and vehicle and driven to Tarangire National Park, arriving with plenty of time for an afternoon game-drive.The Tarangire River runs through the park attracting a huge number of elephants, buffalo, giraffe and antelope, particularly in the dry season between June and October. It is not uncommon to see large herds of elephants roaming through Tarangire’s savannah grasses or taking shade under the odd looking “upside down trees” (baobab) that
are dotted around the park. The park also boasts over 550 different bird species, the most diverse in Africa, including the Kori Bustard, the heaviest flying bird in the World!

Day 2 – Tarangire to Serengeti

After breakfast, you will take a picnic lunch with you as you continue to the Serengeti, a drive of around 4 ½ hours through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Even when the migration is quiet, the Serengeti offers some of the most exciting game viewing–great herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, as well as thousands of eland, topi, hartebeest, impala and Grant’s gazelle.

Day 3 – Serengeti to Ngorongoro

After breakfast, you will set out with a picnic lunch for further game viewing in the Serengeti. The Serengeti National Park is one of world’s greatest game parks. Meaning “endless plains” in the Maasai language, it is Tanzania’s oldest game reserve and is world-famous for the role it plays in the annual Great Migration, when an estimated two million herbivores-mostly wildebeest and zebra-migrate from the Serengeti to Kenya’s Maasai Mara Game Reserve.In the afternoon you will leave the Serengeti to
return to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Day 4 – Ngorongoro to Arusha

After an early breakfast, you will drive to the fascinating wildlife arena of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
The crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is over 260km2 (100 miles2) and was formed when a massive volcano exploded and collapsed on itself 2-3 million years ago. It is now the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world and often referred to as “Africa’s Eden”. Home to more than 25,000 large mammals–it is not unusual to see all of the ‘Big Five’ (buffalo, elephant, rhino, lion and leopard) in a single day. Driving through the Ngorongoro Highlands, you will arrive at the crater rim and then descend
down 610m (2000 feet) onto its floor to start your safari extravaganza.

Then in the late afternoon drive back to your hotel in Arusha / Moshi