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Min Age : 1
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A Tanzania Family Safari will provide you with a sense of accomplishment. These popular creatures have been seen on National Geographic, Creature World, and in class readings by your children. Accept the opportunity to show them the wild and natural world up close and personal on your Tanzania Safari.

We have a number of Tanzania Family Safari Packages that are very popular with our customers. Throughout the 12 Days Family Safari on your Tanzania Safari Tours, you can explore the rich variety of inhabitant untamed life complete with game check open doors in the company of your family. This excursion will enhance your memories by providing a spectacular popular view of Tanzania’s iconic National Parks. Not just that, but there are several hypnotizing lakes with a well-known mix of greenery. Get up early and go for a stroll through the woods, surrounded by nature, to the soothing sounds of the morning light. You should read our Tanzania Family Safari Reviews and get a better idea of what we have to sell in our custom-made movement packages.

Departure & Return Location

Kilimanjaro International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Transportation in 4√ó4 safari vehicle
  • Professional, English speaking guide
  • Meals :Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • All national park fees
  • Overnight stays in Luxury Safari Lodges / Luxury Tented Lodges

Price Excludes

  • Accommodation in Arusha can be arranged upon request.
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Visa fees

Complementaries

  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

Tanzania  is the untamed half of east Africa, the raw safari experience that first drew explorers from around the world, home to endless savannah, volcanic mountains, the Great Migration and the towering walls of the Ngorongoro Crater.

A few hours away is mighty Mount Kilimanjaro itself, where adventure seekers can hike through a series of wildly different landscapes in a bid to reach the pinnacle of Africa, accompanied by a full complement of hardy porters and experienced guides. Although the mountain can be summited without having to do any serious climbing, it is still to be respected. Though the summit of Kilimanjaro lies among the clouds, those wanting to stand upon the mountain need not climb to the very top, as special excursions cater for short hikes and picnic lunches on its slopes.

Creating yet another rugged and scenic landscape nearby, the Rift Valley plunges down to the shores of tranquil Lake Manyara in a series of steep cliffs. Shallow and fed by the runoff from the high escarpment along its side, Manyara is home to great multitudes of pink-feathered flamingo throughout the year. The verdant national park that lies along its shores is famed for high concentrations of wildlife, including its unusual tree-climbing lion.

Itinerary

Day 0Arrival

Arusha Coffee Lodge offers a delicate prologue to Tanzania, charmingly arranged in the midst of a moving espresso manor. You’ll be greeted at Kilimanjaro International Airport and taken by street to the hotel, which is nestled among the espresso trees. Monkeys swing around the undergrowth, while shrub children and exotic birds sing from the trees. Relax in your open en-suite bed while taking in the views from your private gallery. At that moment, savor the freshest espresso on the planet, straight from the estate to your cup.

Day 1 - 2 Tarangire National Park

You will depart from JRO air terminal after breakfast for your ride to Tarangire National Park. You’ll be greeted and transported to the Sanctuary Swala Camp. Sanctuary Swala, located in a remote area of Tarangire, provides protection, restraint, and an intriguing connection to nature. Every en-suite tent is unabashedly opulent, with comfortable chairs, plush couches, and both indoor and outdoor showers. They’re also well-equipped for standard materials. The expansive tents, which are raised on braces above the savannah, have private survey decks that look down on Tarangire’s unique world. Elephant groups wander past the camp, a giraffe’s unmistakable shape is outlined against a gradually moving nightfall, while a lion pride approaches for a beverage. A staggering vastness pool additionally neglects the waterhole, while an individual orderly will go to all of your necessities.

Day 3-6 Serengeti National Park

After a sumptous breakfast, you will move to the close by airstrip and take off to Serengeti National Park. On appearance you will be met by your neighborhood guide and moved to Serengeti Migration Camp. The Sanctuary Serengeti Migration Camp offers the most bona fide drenching into this creature world. Private rose camps are contributed hand chosen untamed life zones, offering a personal bramble experience that doesn’t leave any impressions on the climate. These four days will offer a stunningly legitimate involvement with Africa’s down filled wild, while additionally giving extravagance and solace. Morning impressions next to the camp recommend that a panther was close by. A colossal bull elephant gradually approaches, ears fluttering as it meanders past. A massive bull elephant approaches slowly, its ears fluttering as it passes. Thompson’s gazelle and wildebeest crunch on the fresh grass that surrounds the tent, likely getting closer when they realize you’re not a threat. With its sights, sounds, and smells, your private camp has a multi-dimensional experience that few people have had.

Day 7-8 Singita Gruments Reserves

On a private sanction flight, you’ll ride over the unending grass fields of the Serengeti, making a beeline for Singita Grumeti Reserve in the north west of Tanzania. This massive private concession, which borders the Serengeti, is critical to the Great Wildebeest Migration and provides a luxurious safari experience. More than 2,000,000 vertebrates pass through this field on a daily basis, heading north for the Maasai Mara’s lush grasses. Extraordinary groups notice a large herd of wildebeest wandering together in the fields, leaving a whirling trail of dung behind them. Zebras and Thompson’s gazelle accompany them, hoping to avoid the hunters trailing behind them. The Singita Sasakwa Lodge’s cabins each have a private unlimited pool with views of the Serengeti, which the Maasai refer to as “the property that lasts for forever.” Your private house features a four banner bed, deep verandahs, high roofs, and endless views, combining traditional African influences with masterful extravagance. You’ll be fully immersed in your own personal slice of Africa.

Day 9-11 Flight to Zanzibar

After an exciting eight days on safari, you’ll be transferred to the airstrip for your flight to Zanzibar. Mnemba Island is just one mile in circumference and is surrounded by calm Indian Ocean waters. Traditional wooden dhows float around the skyline, coconut palm trees line the powerfully white beach, and only ten curious palm-frond bandas are hidden in the tropical forests. On this island, there are just a few cabin guests and a small group of attentive workers. You’ll have a heavenly slice of seaside paradise all to yourself. New lobster and prawns are served on wooden platters, heartfelt candlelit dinners accompany a quiet nightfall, and the tranquil waters allow for year-round swimming. The Mnemba Island Lodge, which was included in Conde Nast Traveler’s gold list of the best lodgings on the planet and UK Tatler magazine’s best 101 inns on the planet, provides a sparkling experience that is hard to find anywhere on the African coast.

Day 12Departure

You’ll be transferred to Zanzibar Airport for your departing flight after a brief boat trip back to Zanzibar Island.

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Riyyan

Family Traveller

we had perfect moment in Tanzania

August 11, 2021