5 Days Tanzania Safari

Tanzania, an East African country that is known for its idyllic beaches, big game, rich culture and Africa’s highest mountain Mount Kilimanjaro. It is one of the most visited safari destinations attracting millions of visitors and travelers from across the globe. The annual wildebeest migration crosses the Serengeti in the north, and in the south is the vast wilderness of Selous. Our Tanzania safaris visit the best game viewing areas in the country including the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti. A Tanzanian safari can be combined with beach stays in Mombasa, Zanzibar, Mauritius or Seychelles. Whether you are looking for a luxury safari, budget safari, customized BUDGET SAFARIS or an adventurous experience of the Africa’s tallest mountain Kilimanjaro, Beacon Safaris will make your dreams come true.

  • Day 1: Arusha-Lake Manyara
  • Day 2: Lake Manyara-Serengeti
  • Day 3: Serengeti National Park
  • Day 4: Serengeti-Ngorongoro
  • Day 5: Ngorongoro-Arusha

You will be picked by your private jeep and transfer to Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge for your hot lunch.

Enjoy your game at Lake Manyara National Park has a wonderful mosaic of different habitats, which attracts a whole host of animals including a high density of elephants. Look out for monkeys, antelopes, zebras and hippos too. There are also lions and some have developed the unusual behavior of climbing trees for their afternoon snooze. However, they have not mastered the art of dragging their kill high into the branches, as the leopard is so adept at doing. Bird life is fascinating at Lake Manyara and numbers are at their peak during the rainy season when seed-eaters, insect-eaters and waterbirds thrive. Pelicans, storks, geese, herons and cormorants share their water world with migrant flamingos, which come and feed on the algae rich water and turn the crystalline edges of the soda lake a vibrant pink.

  • Main destination : Lake Manyara National Park
  • Accommodation: Lake Manyara Serena Luxury lodge located just outside Lake Manyara NP
  • Meals & drinks: All meals included Drinks not included

Depart with your picnic lunch boxes for Serengeti National Park. Making a game driving on the Serengeti plains, searching for the migration, the largest concentration of plains game (wildebeest, zebra and gazelle) to be found anywhere in the world. Also the predators (lion and cheetah) and the scavengers (hyena and jackals) together with elephant, buffalo, giraffe, warthog and many other species of both big and small game. Enjoy your game drive with your private jeep till late evening.

  • Main destination : Serengeti National Park
  • Accommodation: Serengeti Serena Lodge Luxury lodge located inside Serengeti NP
  • Meals & drinks: All meals included Drinks not included

This morning’s African adventure begins with an exploratory game drive through Tanzania’s oldest and most recognized National Park, the Serengeti. This location offers the most expansive game viewing in Tanzania. From predators to prey, great herds of grazing herbivores to tactically cunning packs of carnivores, life on the plains of the Serengeti can best be defined as a complete “circle of life.” Spend today searching out Impala, one of Africa's most beautiful and graceful animals. Previously thought to be part of the gazelle tribe, Impalas have been found to be so different that they are now classified as their own sub-family status. Leopards, cheetah, lions and wild dogs prey on impala. Impala can reach running speeds of approximately 50 to 55 mph (80 to 90 km/h) to escape its predators.

  • Main destination : Serengeti National Park
  • Accommodation: Serengeti Serena Lodge Luxury lodge located inside Serengeti NP
  • Meals & drinks: All meals included Drinks not included

You are provided with a personalized, experienced tracker-guide and private transportation today whilst exploring around the Ngorongoro National Park grounds.

Explore one of the most recognized wildlife conservation areas in Tanzania today. Depart your camp or lodge in a privately driven vehicle, along with a local expert guide, for approximately a 20 to 30 minutes drive towards the Ngorongoro Park Gate. It will then take you another 20 minutes to reach the crater rim itself. The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera. This geological masterpiece was formed as a result of an extremely large volcanic explosion which caused the volcano to collapse in on itself, thus creating a crater. The crater floor also boasts one of the highest carnivore densities in the world including large prides of lions, packs of hyenas and solitary predators like cheetahs and jackals.

  • Main destination : Ngorongoro Crater
  • Accommodation: Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge Luxury lodge located inside Ngorongoro
  • Meals & drinks: All meals included Drinks not included

Descend to the rim of the crater for your game viewing. A keen eye and expertly recommended search patterns from your guide may help you spot some of the less common species like leopards, servals, and bat-eared foxes.

  • Main destination : Arusha
  • Accommodation: End of tour (no accommodation)
  • Meals & drinks: All meals included Drinks not included
Best Time to Visit Tanzania

There is no “right” time—warmer months mean picnics and parks, but also crowds. During colder months skies are grey, but there are fewer tourists. There are events year-round, from outdoor summer concerts to holiday extravaganzas in the winter.

Tanzania Weather

January is the coolest month with an average temperature of 41°F (5°C). July is the hottest month with an average temperature of 68°F (20°C).

Tanzania Transportation

The ever-expanding metro and RER train systems transport Tanzaniaians just about anywhere they want to go. It’s cheap and efficient; a single ticket costs $2 and day passes start at $14. Taxis and buses are also easily accessible, but locals will walk or grab a Vélib bicycle if they don’t have far to go.

Know Before Visiting

Tanzania is a diverse, evolving city, so leave many of the Hollywood stereotypes at home. Try to speak French a bit and dress a little nicer than usual, but in the end, relax. Even Tanzaniaians wear sneakers—albeit fashionable ones.


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