Park / Reserve

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Activities

Primary

Walking Safari

Secondary

Guided Game Drive

Optional

Game Drive
Olduvai Gorge Tour
Balloon Safari

Useful Info

What's Provided

Tented Accommodation
Meals
Bottled Water

What to Bring

Personal Items
Drinks
Camera
Binoculars

Imagine walking through the wilderness of the world-renowned Serengeti ecosystem and the Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken caldera in the world. This walking safari takes guests through the spectacular Serengeti National Park on foot. It includes vehicle-based game viewing, with a visit to Ngorongoro en route. On day 1, guests depart on safari to Ngorongoro. The drive is interesting and varied – a mix of farmlands, local villages and some spectacular scenery. The night is spent at a lodge on the crater rim, and in the afternoon there is an option to enjoy a walk with a local Masai guide in the area. On day 2, guests descend into the Ngorongoro crater caldera for a jam-packed morning of game viewing, before heading to the open Serengeti plains- mile upon mile of open grassland. They then arrive at either Serengeti Wilderness camp, Ndutu Wilderness Camp or Serengeti North, home for the next two nights. Days 4 and 5 comprise the walking safari in the Serengeti, accompanied by a trained, armed guides. On the final day, guests enjoy a morning walk in the cool of the day, before returning to Arusha. This safari ensures an unforgettable experience in arguably the best known wildlife sanctuary in the world.

Quick Facts

Accommodation Type: Tour
Rates from:
Group Size: Small
Max No of Guests: 10
Children Friendly: No
Minimum Age: 16

Tour info

Tour duration: 7 days, 6 nights
Start: Arusha
End: Arusha
Highlights Ngorongoro Crator, Serenegeti Plains, Great Migration (Seasonal), Big 5
Nearest Major City Arusha

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Rates Tripadvisor

Safari Experience

Safari type

Wilderness Experience

Specialist Species

Great Migration
Spotted Hyena
Wildebeest
Zebra

Malaria area

Yes

Suitable for

Couples
Private group
Small groups
Solo Travellers