3 DAY SAFARI ITINERARY
(4 Day Trip)
Including Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Park
HOW ARE SAFARIS PRICED?
Safari pricing is based on a minimum of 2 people sharing transport and accommodations. The larger your group the cheaper your safari.
Our safaris are private. You will have your own 4x4 Landcruiser and go on your own time. No sharing of mini buses and adhering to someone else's schedule.
If you wish to travel solo please contact us for pricing.
Our Kilimanjaro climbers will receive a 10% discount on safaris.
Prices are listed as per person, based on group size.
PRICING (per person)
Our safaris can be as short as this 3 day safari itinerary, or up to as long of time as you have.
Contact us with your safari preferences and the Local Moshi team will create your tailor made itinerary.
DAY 1 - ARRIVAL
Arrive at Kilimanjaro Airport, where a Local Moshi representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel in Arusha.
DAY 2 - LAKE MANYARA
Early morning pick up at your hotel, drive to Lake Manyara National Park. Picnic lunch and afternoon game drive in Lake Manyara National Park. Drive for overnight in your designated lodge.
DAY 3 - NGORONGORO CRATER
After breakfast, drive to Ngorongoro Crater, picnic lunch, game drive. Drive for overnight in your designated lodge.
DAY 4 - TARANGIRE
After breakfast, drive to Tarangire, picnic lunch, game drive, late afternoon drop off at JRO Airport for departure.
An extra night in the hotel after your safari can be added at your request for an additional fee.
Our Safaris include:
Hotel the night before safari (bed and breakfast basis)
Pick up/drop off at JRO airport
All park fees
Landcruiser with photographic roof hatch
Lodging at night while on Safari (double occupancy)
All meals while on Safari
1.5 liters of water/day during game drives
AMREF Flying Doctors helicopter rescue
18% VAT (tax)
Airfare to Tanzania
Tips for the driver
Lunch and dinner at the hotel (on the first and last day)
Personal Items (toiletries, etc)
Anything not mentioned under "Included"
ADDITIONAL SAFARI ITINERARIES
Spending a day at Lake Eyasi, home to the Hadzabe bushmen. Lake Eyasi is one of the few places remaining in Africa where tribal life is still maintained relatively untouched by the development of the region. The Hadzabe people have called Lake Eyasi home for more than 10,000 years, and still retain their hunter gatherer lifestyle; making them one of the last bastions of ancient African tribal life. A visit to the Hadzabe lands offers a unique and unforgettable glimpse into an ancient culture.