Explore Tanzania's Natural Wonders
Exquisite nature and wildlife abounds in each of these amazing parks.
From the wonder of the Great Migration in the Serengeti, to Ngorongoro Crater the world's largest intact caldera, to Lake Manyara, known for its tree climbing lions, and Tarangire which contains some of the largest elephant herds in Tanzania, there is beauty all around to explore.
All of our safaris are private, personalized itineraries and can be as short as 3 days, or up to as long of time as you have.
Our vehicles are 4WD safari Land Cruisers with an open roof hatch for 360 degree sightseeing and photography.
Depending on group size we use our short chassis or long chassis vehicle.
We have created four suggested safari itineraries which have been loved by previous clients. In addition to lodging while on safari, our itineraries also include a night in the hotel before and after your safari.
Contact us with your safari preferences and the Local Moshi team will create your tailor made itinerary.
Planning your Safari
One important thing to consider when planning your safari will be the driving distances between parks.
Therefore our itineraries have been created to maximize your time on game drives instead of on the road.
Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit
Kilimanjaro to Arusha - 65 km: 1 hour 15 min
Arusha to Lake Manyara - 180 km: 2 hours 30 min
Arusha to Tarangire - 170 km: 2 hours 30 min
Tarangire to Lake Manyara - 95 km: 2 hours
Lake Manyara to Ngorongoro Crater - 58 km:1 hour 30 min
Ngorongoro to mid Serengeti - 130 km: 3 hours
Approximate driving distances and times
Four Stunning Parks and Four Amazing Itineraries
Our Safari Itineraries
A high diversity of habitats, ranging from forests, rivers, grass- and woodlands,
the Serengeti, sustains many different animal species. Twice a year the spectacle of the great migration can be seen in Serengeti
One of Tanzania's smaller parks, Tarangire draws less visitors. The park contains large elephant herds and is home to three rare animal species - the Greater Kudu, the Fringed-eared Oryx and a few Ashy Starlings.