6 Days Family Safaris and Culture Tour
With Tito Tanzania’s 6 Days Family Safaris and Culture Tour, you can enjoy quality time with your family while also unwinding in the knowledge that they are having as much fun as you are. We choose hotels and lodges that offer a range of family-friendly accomodation alternatives keeping this in mind.
Our safari vehicles have a hatched roof to provide shade from the sweltering African sun and an expanded body with wide seats for comfortable seating and leg room. All visitors may sit by the window. Moreover, cars come equipped with power outlets, refrigerators, and VHF radio calls for quick and simple connection with the base office.
A Tito Tanzania safari guide with a signboard bearing your names will meet you at Kilimanjaro International Airport when you arrive. After that, we will go to Arusha, where we will stay and assemble for a pre-safari briefing.
Day 0: Kilimanjaro Airport Arrival
When you arrive, a driver will pick you up and take you to the Lodge/Hotel you’ve booked. A brief safari briefing will be given by our safari guide or our travel-wise manager prior to the journey to Arusha, and we’ll then head straight there. For supper and to get ready for the following safari.
Day 1: Arusha to Tarangire national park
After breakfast, we begin our camping safari in Tanzania and afterwards travel to Tarangire for a full day of wildlife viewing. After entering through the main gate, you will go on a game safari drive in the park. You will go on a morning and an evening game drive before returning to your tent. Dinner and a night spent in a Lodge/Hotel near Lake Manyara.
As soon as you arrive in Tarangire, your game drive will start across a beautiful panorama of unending golden savannah that encircles the Tarangire River. The perennial river serves as both a location for some exciting game viewing and a crucial source of water for the area’s animals during the dry season. Together with other herbivores like zebras and antelopes, the park’s enormous population of elephants drink from the river that is covered in acacia and Baobab trees.<br>A picnic lunch by the river is a wonderful way to take it all in, but you’ll need to be vigilant because the neighborhood monkey population will try its hardest to get in between you and your food!<br>You can observe lions, leopards, cape buffalo, and a wide variety of antelopes while driving through the park. You might even be able to spot a threatened species, like the Greater Kudu or the Fringe-Eared Oryx. Once you’ve finished driving for the day, we’ll transport you to your accommodations. Stay the night at the Manyara Lodge/Hotel.
Day 2: Tarangire National Park – Serengeti National Park
It will ultimately be a pleasant and enjoyable scenic drive as you enjoy the beautiful scenery and breathtaking vistas on your way to the Serengeti National Park from the Tarangire National Park. We leave early after breakfast and travel across the Great Rift Valley’s floor, up the escarpment, and through the Ngorongoro Conservation area. Arrive at the Serengeti in the late afternoon for a wildlife drive before checking into a camp or lodge for a campfire, supper, and sleep.
Lunch is consumed at one of the picnic locations, most likely near the Naabi Hill Gate, where you can also get some fresh air while your guide completes the necessary registration and paperwork. Dinner twice, followed by slumber at the opulent Campsite/Lodge/Hotel in the heart of the Serengeti.
Day 3: Full Game in Serengeti National Park
this day, you can get up early to go on a sunrise game drive in an effort to spot both the early-risers among the diurnal animal species as well as the rare nocturnal animal species. As most wildlife like to line up at road sides to avoid the early dew, it is a wonderful time to watch animals nearby. You will spend the entire day on game drives inside the Serengeti National Park after breakfast at your tent. The Maasai word “Siringit,” which means “plains without end,” is the source of the name Serengeti, and true to the name, you will travel over wide swaths of the African Savannah in search of the various creatures that Serengeti has to offer. You can anticipate seeing a variety of creatures in addition to the wildebeests, such as elephants, lions, cheetahs, the elusive leopard, zebras, elands, and several resident and migratory birds.
Dinner and overnight stay at the opulent tented campsite or somewhere comparable in the heart of the Serengeti.
Day 4: Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro Crater
After breakfast at your camp or lodge, we check out and depart for one more Serengeti game drive. As directed by your knowledgeable safari guide, you can travel anywhere in the Serengeti, including the Seronera River Valley, which is home to a variety of animals and birds. As is customary, your safari guide will stay in touch with other guides via the VHF high frequency radios installed in our safari cars so that he can have a better understanding of the finest spots to explore. You will return to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area later in the day and check into a lodge where you will spend the night and have dinner.
Dinner and a stay at the Campsite/Lodge/Hotel.
Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater Full game drive
After a hearty breakfast at your campsite or lodge or hotel, you’ll go out early for wildlife drives in the Ngorongoro Crater. The earlier you arrive to the Crater level, the higher your chances are of sighting rare creatures like Black Rhinos with a little luck. You may descend after breakfast or even with a packed breakfast in order to be at the Crater floor as early as you can. Up until lunchtime, spend the majority of the morning visiting the Ngorongoro Crater. With its 600 to 650 meter high walls, Ngorongoro Crater resembles a natural zoo and has the highest concentration of wild animals. If you’re lucky, you might even be able to see the Big Five in one day here. You will drive up the Crater rim and out of the Conservation area following your picnic lunch, which you will most likely eat at the designated picnic place beside the hippo pool. You will head back to Arusha mto wa mbu for the evening in preparation for the final game drive the following day.
Dinner and overnight at the Campsite/Lodge/Hotel.
Day 6: Lake Manyara National Park full game game drive
Go to Lake Manyara National Park for game drives after breakfast at your lodge. Due to underground water streams that run from the Great Rift Valley to the Lake, Lake Manyara is a stunning and perpetually green park.
A great range of animals, including herds of African elephant, buffalo, zebra, impala, hippos, giraffe, and other antelopes, are drawn to the park’s diverse habitats with lots of water and food. This park is home to the renowned tree-climbing lions of Lake Manyara as well as other predators. Several beautiful flamingos and other aquatic birds live in the vast but shallow soda lake where they graze on algae and other aquatic life.
Drive back to Arusha through Mto wa mbu town for an overnight stay or drop off at the airport in the late afternoon (depending on your flight time). (If you’d like, stop at a Maasai market on the way back to Arusha.)
- Accommodation according to the itinerary
- Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle
- Professional, English-speaking guide
- Professional, English-speaking safari cook
- Overnight stays in safari tents
- Camping equipment (tents, sleeping mats, chairs, tables etc.)
- Meals according to the itinerary
- Mineral water
- All mentioned activities
- All national park fees
- Flying Doctors insurance (AMREF) during the safari
- International Flights
- Alcoholic and soft drinks not included
- Visa fees
- Personal spending money for souvenirs etc.
- Travel insurance