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Hidden Treasures of Tanzania Safari – 14 days

Hidden Treasures of Tanzania Safari – 14 days

The Green Ranger Safaris team would like to welcome you to the Hidden Treasures of Tanzania Safari – 14 days tour.

What to Carry
+ Necessary travel documents
+ Medication if any
+ Comfortable shoes
+ A camera
+ Clothes for warm weather
+ Clothes for cold weather (It may get cold at night)
+ Plenty of water
Fun Facts About Tanzania
Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania is the largest intact caldera in the world.
Of Africa’s almost 2,500 bird species, Tanzania holds over 1,100.
Ruaha National Park holds 10% of the world’s lion population.
Tanzania has the largest population of African wild dogs in Africa.
Tanzania has the largest concentration of animals per sq km in the world.

Safari Itinerary: Hidden Treasures of Tanzania Safari – 14 days

Day One: Arrival

You will be met at the International Airport of Kilimanjaro by your driver/guide and our representative. We will take you to the famous Hatari Lodge once the home of the German Actor Hardy Krueger. On arrival, you will be met by the lodge manager for a warm welcome and to discuss your safari programme for the following two days.

The Hatari Lodge is picturesquely located at the foot of majestic Mt Meru with breathtaking views over Arusha National Park. Overnight at Hatari Lodge. Dinner included.

NB: If you arrive at another airport than Kilimanjaro, then we’ll arrange a connection flight to Arusha either on arrival or the following day (at extra cost). From Nairobi also road transfers in private or shared vehicles possible.

Days Two to Three: Hatari / Momella / Arusha National Park

Spend two days at Hatari Lodge and on safari activities are arranged by the lodge, including game drives at Arusha National Park, walk at the forest at Mount Meru and around the lodge. Also, local communities, Momella village or Masai Villages are usually visited. 2 x Overnight at Hatari Lodge. All meals included.

NB: On request, one night at the lodge owned Shu’mata can be arranged if one wishes to spend one night in the complete wilderness. There is a supplement of approx 250 USD per person.

Day Four: Marangu

After breakfast, we depart from Mount Meru towards Kilimanjaro. After a drive of around 2 hours, you will reach Marangu, a small friendly mountain town in a lush green surrounding. After lunch, you will go on a walking tour at the foot of Kilimanjaro.

Together with a Chagga guide you visit the Chagga Museum, walk through fertile valleys with great waterfalls, densely planted coffee and banana plantations to panoramic viewpoints ideal for photographing Mount Kilimanjaro. You experience the culture, traditions and daily life of the local Chagga people. Overnight at Marangu Hotel. All meals included.

Days Five to Six: Mkomazi Game Reserve

Leave in the morning from Marangu and drive to Mkomazi Game Reserve. It serves as a buffer to the adjacent Tsavo National Park in Kenya. The Pare and the Usambara Mountains form the boundary in the south.

The two mountain ranges in the background scenery, alternating from sparse tree savannas to grassland, are the reason for a such an imposing and breathtaking landscape; and due to protection measures put in place, the number of animals has increased substantially.

Although there are not as many animals as in some of the more well-known national parks, the wonderful landscape more than compensates for this.

Besides a multitude of other game, it has the largest population of Gerenuk antelope in Tanzania. Bird enthusiasts can observe approximately 400 different species of birds there. Mkomazi is also famous for it’s breeding projects of African wild dogs, and the rare black rhino run by the George Adamson / Tony Fitzjohn African Wildlife Preservation Trust.

If possible you can visit the project and see the wild dogs and rhinos. If you wish, you can easily go on a night game drive on that evening or a guided walk around the camp. 2 x overnight at Babu’s Camp at Mkomazi Game Reserve. All meals included.

Please Note: During April-May Babu’s Camp at Mkomazi National Park remains closed. Therefore we replace the visit to Mkomazi with a visit Ndarakwai / Western Kilimanjaro with accommodation at Ndarakwai Camp.

Day Seven: Mkomazi – Usambara

After breakfast, you return to Same – the busy market town at the sole of the Pare Mountains. If you wish, you can visit the lively market (Sunday is the market day) or the church, before you proceed along the majestic landscape of the Pare/Western Usambara Mountains and large sisal plantations to Soni / Lushoto at the heart of Usambara Mountains to a small but very friendly Farmhouse. Overnight at Maweni Farms or Mullers Lodge. Breakfast and dinner included.

Days Eight to Nine: Western Usambara

Spend the following two days in lush green, un-spoilt surroundings in a small eco-friendly lodge. Your hosts will arrange various walking tours to the next surroundings, taking you to Sakkarani Monastery, to small villages, to Mazumbai Rain Forest, Irente Viewpoint etc.

If you wish, you can attend the service at one of the numerous churches at Lushoto or nearby. The walks will be designed to your preferences. 2 x Overnight at Maweni Farms or Mullers Lodge. All meals included.

Days Ten to Eleven: Usambara – Pangani

After breakfast, your taxi will wait for you and take you to the remote beaches of Pangani close to the Indian Ocean (Driving time of around 4-5 hours) partly on the tarmac, partly on unpaved dirt roads.

When you reach the beach around midday/early afternoon, it is time for some resting and relaxing, laying in the sun and enjoying a long un-spoilt beach. 2 x Overnight at The Beach Crab a small friendly beach guest house with spacious clean coconut wood bungalows – under German management. Breakfast and dinner are included.

Day Twelve: Pangani – Saadani

Depending on your private schedule, you will travel again by taxi from Pangani along the coastline of the Indian Ocean to Saadani – the only wildlife sanctuary in Tanzania bordering the Sea – here, ‘bush meets beach’ and you can relax in a very unique, unspoiled nature with the turquoise blue waters of the Indian Ocean at the front and African Bush at the back. Overnight at A Tent with a View Lodge. Breakfast and dinner included.

Day Thirteen: Saadani National Park

A full day of game driving and safari activities at Saadani National Park, which offers a unique combination of both marine and mainland flora and fauna in a culturally fascinating setting including savannahs, ocean and river, forests and shrubs.

Species to be seen are elephants buffalos, hartebeests, waterbucks, reedbucks, warthogs, numerous giraffes, wildebeests, rarely lions, hyenas, genets, porcupines and different baboons. In the morning you will go on an exciting game drive.

After lunch at the banks of Wami River, you go on a boating safari to Wami River where large groups of hippos live and Nile crocodiles can be seen as well as kingfisher, fish eagles and many species of wading birds. Overnight at A Tent With a View or Saadani Safari Lodge. All meals included.

Day Fourteen: Departure

Departure transfer to Saadani or Mkwaja Airstrip for your charter flight to Dar Es Salaam. Breakfast and lunch included. This trip can be easily extended with a visit to Zanzibar.

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