12-Day Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti NP, Tarangire NP & Zanzibar Mid-Range Tour

This is one of our most popular tours as it allows you to spend a very reasonable amount of time in the Serengeti and still have the chance of exploring Ngorongoro and Tarangire National Parks. You tour by land (circle itinerary) and fly to Zanzibar. You will relax and stay in Zanzibar Island, enjoying the beaches and amazing landscapes.

"For being an adventure of a lifetime, I was surprised just how easy it was."

A Tohe Safari Client

Day 1

Arusha - Ngorongoro Crater tour.

Your exciting safari starts here! After a well-served breakfast in Arusha, you will start your safari heading to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. On arrival, you will descend into the famous Ngorongoro Crater for game viewing. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa’s most famous sites and is said to have the highest density of wildlife in Africa. Ngorongoro is the best place to see the endangered black rhinoceros. It is home to all of the Big Five and a good place to see lions, herds of wildebeest and zebra, the elusive caracal, and Cape buffalo year-round. Lunch will be served at the picnic site.

After a day well spent, you will head back to Karatu to your accommodation for evening leisure, dinner, and an overnight stay.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 2

Karatu to Serengeti National Park

After breakfast, we will leave Karatu village and enter Ngorongoro Conservation Area. We'll proceed to cross Ngorongoro Highlands until the Serengeti gate. Here we will start the game drive for these days.

Serengeti Park is the most famous park of all in Africa. It is more than 15,000 square kilometers of savannah full of lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, elephants, and many other wild animals.

After game drives, we will drive to the lodge for dinner and your overnight stay.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 3

A great time in wild Africa - the Serengeti National Park

As you proceed with your safari, these days are dedicated to game drives in the most famous national park in the world, the Serengeti. This is wild Africa – with its endless plains rolling into the distance as far as the eye can see. We head to the Seronera area, one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park. It features the Seronera River which provides a valuable water source to this area and therefore attracts wildlife well representative of most of the Serengeti’s species. As for big cats and large predators, it's the place of choice to look out for lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, and many more animals.

This part of the Serengeti has a good number of resident games throughout the year. Non-migrating games like elephant, buffalo, gazelle, zebra, lion, leopard, and cheetah can be seen here all year round. Dinner and overnight will be at the Lodge.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

Destination In Depth >

Day 4

A great time in wild Africa - the Serengeti National Park

As you proceed with your safari, these days are dedicated to game drives in the most famous national park in the world, the Serengeti. This is wild Africa – with its endless plains rolling into the distance as far as the eye can see. We head to the Seronera area, one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park. It features the Seronera River which provides a valuable water source to this area and therefore attracts wildlife well representative of most of the Serengeti’s species. As for big cats and large predators, it's the place of choice to look out for lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, and many more animals.

This part of the Serengeti has a good number of resident games throughout the year. Non-migrating games like elephant, buffalo, gazelle, zebra, lion, leopard, and cheetah can be seen here all year round. Dinner and overnight will be at the Lodge.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 5

Serengeti – Karatu.

You will spend one more day in the Serengeti before making your way to Karatu through the Ngorongoro conservation area in the late afternoon. You will overnight at a beautiful lodge in Karatu. The lounge area and dining room have the fun, rustic feeling of a tree house. Relax at the pool or dive!

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 6

Karatu – Game Drive in Tarangire NP

After breakfast, depart for Tarangire, Tanzania's third-largest national park and a sanctuary for an unusually large elephant population. Majestic baobab trees are an interesting feature of the park, dwarfing the animals that feed beneath them. Animals concentrate along the Tarangire River, which provides the only permanent water supply in the area. There is a great diversity of wildlife including lions, leopards, cheetahs, and up to six thousand elephants. Enjoy the game drive with a picnic lunch. Return for dinner and overnight at your accommodation at Sangaiwe Tented camp.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 7

Full day in Tarangire National Park

This day you will have a full-day game drive that will give you more chances to explore many areas of this great national park that has a good and high concentration of elephant population in Tarangire River where they get water, especially during the dry season, the huge baobab trees will be also one of the best highlights as this is one of the areas that this type of trees grow very big in the northern part of the country. You will also have a chance to drive along the Silale swamp for bird sightings and a chance to see the cats/carnivores around this area that wait for the animals to come and feed on grass and drink water. After exploring this park, you will drive straight to your accommodation inside the park for dinner and an overnight stay.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 8

Tarangire – Arusha - Fly to Zanzibar

After breakfast, check out and depart for Arusha Airport with a picnic lunch, for your air transfer to Zanzibar departing at 1:15 pm. You'll be arriving in Zanzibar at 2:35 pm. On arrival, you are met by our representative and then transferred to your hotel in Stone Town. After checking in and freshening up, you will depart for a 2-hour Stone Town tour, a walking tour where you will be going through the narrow streets of Zanzibar. See how the locals live and also learn about the slave trade history and the excellent architecture of Zanzibar. You are then guided back to your hotel. Your overnight stay is at Stone Town

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 9

Zanzibar Stone town

After breakfast, check out and depart for the half-day Prison Island tour where you will learn about the island and look at the giant tortoises that are 150 years old and above. After the tour, you are brought back to shore and then you are transferred to your beach hotel. Located on the South East coast of Zanzibar Island, is a lively village surrounded by some of Zanzibar's most beautiful beaches. At the time of your choice, you will transfer to this location. Once a sleepy fishing village, it is now a popular island destination full of life. It is also one of the only places from where you can see both the sunrise and sunset over the ocean. You can take some rest and enjoy this paradise made of beautiful beaches of white sand and turquoise water of the Indian Ocean

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 10

South East coast of Zanzibar Island

After breakfast, spend another full day at leisure in Zanzibar beach which is particularly stunning at high tides during the daytime when you can see the colors shine. The beaches in front of the big resorts are stunning. The beach is full of fluffy white sand as well as stunning rock formations throughout the beach.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 11

South East coast of Zanzibar Island

After breakfast, spend another full day at leisure on South East coast of Zanzibar Island. This is because the low and high tides in the area aren’t as extreme and there is a much higher concentration of sand vs seaweed and coral which is more prevalent on the eastern side.  is particularly stunning at high tides during the daytime when you can see the colors shine.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

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Day 12

Departure day

After breakfast, check out. You can spend the last hours of your journey relaxing. At an appropriate time, you will be transferred to the airport in time to catch your air transfer to your home

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

Destination In Depth >

Day 13

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

Destination In Depth >

Day 14

Lodge:
Arusha National Park

Arusha is the gateway to the world-famous Tanzanian safari circuit. As such, it is often the first and/or last stop on any itinerary. The park gate lies just 45 minutes from the city center and ishighlighted by incredible lush greenery and views of nearby Mt. Meru - or even Kilimanjaro on a clear day.

Destination In Depth >
Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park can best be described as the Land of the Elephants. Over 1,000 square miles of unspoiled African wilderness are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacias. The Tarangire river meanders through the park and serves as the primary source of water for all the incredible wildlife that live here.

Destination In Depth >
Serengeti National Park

Perhaps the most famous national park in the entire world - and with good reason. The Serengeti plains are the classic African safari experience and filled to the brim with wildlife. Spend your days watching the big cats of Africa in their natural habitat and your nights in one of the many incredible lodges inside the park.

Destination In Depth >
Ngorongoro Crater

Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this 100sq mile ancient volcano is home to its own miniature ecosystem. Few animals climb out of the 2,000 ft high rim walls. Around20 of those animals that stay year round are critically endangered Black Rhino - Making this the best place in the world to see these beautiful animals.

Destination In Depth >
Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a great change-of-pace from the other parks in the Tanzanian safari circuit. Its thick forest and shallow alkaline lake offers refuge for over 390 species of birds - including nearly 2 million flamingo. Marshlands and shallow pools provide the ideal habitat for hippo. Lake Manyara is also home to rare tree-climbing lions.

Destination In Depth >

Fully Equipped & Specially Modified Toyota Land Cruiser

All of our tours are private. The vehicle is yours and yours alone for the duration of your adventure with us. This means we can stick around and watch a lazy lion for hours or head back early for dinner. It's all up to you.

6 Spacious seats in the back cabin plus the captain and co-captain chair gives you loads of room to stretch out as you please.

Fully Equipped With Safety Features

Our guides perform a daily inspection of all safety features on the vehicle. This includes a bumper winch, multiple spare tires, first aid kits, car jacks, CB radios, extra fuel & water, and more. We take safety and preparations seriously so you can let all of your anxieties meltaway.

Over the Top Comfort

Bluetooth audio to connect your personal music,custom seat covers thoroughly cleaned between trips,and Air Conditioning are some of the standard comfort features we have.An on-board electric refrigerator (top left) to keep your favorite food/beverages cold and several electrical outlets (bottom left) to keep your devices charged make you feel at home!

...And So Much More!

A pop-top roof for ideal game viewing.Butterfly open windows to make you feel that much more in tune with the wilderness around you. A built-in canopy for one of a kind bush picnics. (right).

Stand up and feel the breeze in your hair as you race towards a fresh kill. This jeep is designed for you to use it as you prefer.

Don't Settle For Less

Too often, we see tourists packed in to a standard 4 wheel drive vehicle or an uncomfortable fully-open flat bed. Not only are these uncomfortable and open to the elements, they don't allow you to stand or have any of the amenities mentioned above.

With Tohe, you'll ALWAYS be in the IDEAL, CLASSIC safari vehicle. Fully open-air game viewing when desired and fully enclosed when required.

Pre-Trip

Our extremely responsive trip planners will walk through every step of the pre-trip process and isalways just a text or email away. This includes:

Guiding You Through Getting a Visa

Monitoring & Helping You Navigate COVID Protocols

Local Accommodation Recommendations

Packing Lists, Attire Suggestions, Photo Tips, etc

Flexible, Safe, and Secure Payment Options

During Trip

Daily Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

1.5L Water per person per day

Private Fully Equipped Vehicle

Highly Experienced guide/driver

Airport Pickup & Drop off

Park Entry Fees & Taxes

Departure COVID Test (If Necessary)

All Lodges & Accommodations

NOT Included: International Flights, Visas, Alcoholic Beverages, Tips ($10 per person, per dayIs standard), Extra activities (See next page), Laundry, items of a personal nature, Extra snacks

$599/pp

Hot Air Balloon Safari

Experience the Serengeti or Ngorongoro from above in an incredible hot air balloon safari experience. Flights depart at sunrise every day.

Includes 1 hour in the air, champagne, and fullEnglish breakfast.

$200/pp

Night Game Drive

A unique experience only possible in Lake Manyara National Park. See the animals when they're most active - and while predators are on the move.

A 4 hour drive with your guide - Flashlights included.

Starting at $50/pp

Dinner Under The Stars

Enjoy a private, romantic dinner under the stars deep within the African bush.

Your special candlelit dinner will be a moment to remember.

$100/Group

Hadza or Datoga Tribe Visit

Step back in time 20,000 years to umanity's hunter/gatherer history.

Witness how the indigenous local people make their food and supplies and try your hand at shooting their bow & arrows among other things.

$100/pp

Horseback Riding

Enjoy a 2 hour ride in the shadow of Mt.Kilimanjaro 40 minutes outside of Arusha.Witness zebra, gazelle, eland, wildebeest and even gerenuk along the way.

Rides are suitable for all experience levels.

$100/Group

Maasai Village Visit

Spend time with the iconic Maasai people in one of their thatched roof villages.

They'll entertain you with traditional dance and welcome you to explore their village home.

Starting at $150/pp

Kilimanjaro Base Camp Hike

A day trip to the Shira plateau of Mt.Kilimanjaro.

A great way to get a taste of one of the most famous climbs in the world.

$75/pp

Mt. Kilimanjaro Culture

Spend a day or half-day exploring the rich cultural history of the Chagga people who inhibit the area around Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Includes underground cave, waterfall trek,coffee/banana plantation visits.

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Kilimanjaro Summit and/or Zanzibar

Take a 5-10 day hike to the top of Africa with a team of sherpas or relax on the fine white sands of  Zanzibar.Either can be added to the beginning or end of any wildlife safari.

Low Season
(April 1-May 31)
Shoulder Season
(Mar 1-Mar 31)
or (Nov 1 - Dec 21)
High Season
(Jan 7 - Feb 28)
or (Sept 15 - Oct 31)
Peak Season
(June 1 - Sept 14)
or (Dec 22 - Jan 6)
1 Person
6362
6530
6824
6881
2 People
8882
9194
9768
9874
3 People
12558
13074
13941
14103
4 People
15112
15736
16884
17096
5 People
18790
19620
21055
21325
6 People
21342
22278
24000
24318
Low Season
(April 1-May 31)
Shoulder Season
(Mar 1-Mar 31)
or (Nov 1 - Dec 21)
1 Person
6362
6530
2 People
8882
9194
3 People
12558
13074
4 People
15112
15736
5 People
18790
19620
6 People
21342
22278
High Season
(Jan 7 - Feb 28)
or (Sept 15 - Oct 31)
Peak Season
(June 1 - Sept 14)
or (Dec 22 - Jan 6)
1 Person
6824
6881
2 People
9768
9874
3 People
13941
14103
4 People
16884
17096
5 People
21055
21325
6 People
24000
24318

* All cost estimates are group totals and based on the chosen accommodations highlighted in this document. If you choose to modify accommodations, pricing may be different.

To inquire about this tour or to customize your own

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Who is Tohe?

Tohe Wildlife Safaris (Pronounced tow-hee) is aboutique safari outfitter based in Arusha, Tanzania.

Our founding partners - Richard Moshi of Tanzania & Ron Wagman of the USA - met when Richard was the tour guide on Ron's honeymoon safari.

Richard brings years of experience guiding people through his home country, while Ron knows exactly what an American/European tourist is looking for in their visit.

Why Us?

We are Boutique

Tohe offers a personal touch that the big brands can't provide. You'll be planning your trip with one owner of the company and guided by the other.

Nobody is more invested in making sure your safari is perfect at every corner.

Local Accessibility Plus International Convenience

We offer all of the benefits of traveling local with the convenience of booking American.

Whether you're looking for an authentic experience on a budget, or a spare - no expense luxury vacation - Tohe has you covered.

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