2-Day Tarangire & Manyara : Mid Range Tour

Code: KS&H0002T


This 2days 1night Safari in two of Tanzania’s national parks will give you a great experience. Visit Tarangire National Park, home to Tanzania’s largest elephant population. You will also visit Lake Manyara National park where you can find tree-climbing lions, an astonishing variety of birds, and wallowing hippos.

DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 2 hours before departure
Extensive Game drives Pre-tour itinerary document All meals included while on safari
All applicable Game Park entrance fees Guaranteed window seating with an open top Safari vehicles carry cold drinks and mineral water
Finest accommodations Round trip transport in 4×4 safari jeep Multi-lingual Professional Safari Guide/ Driver
Communication expenses
Guide gratuity


Day 1:Arusha town – Tarangire National park

You’ll depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park for game drive activity.
Once you’ve entered Tarangire, you’ll begin your game drive across a rich vista of endless golden savannah that surrounds the Tarangire River. The river itself runs throughout the year and is a vital source of water for the animals of the region during the dry season. Lined with acacia and Baobab trees, the river is regularly visited by the park’s large elephant population as well as other herbivores such as zebras and antelopes.
A picnic lunch with a view of the river is a great way to take it all in, but you’ll have to keep on your toes as the local monkey population does its best to separate you from your lunch!
Driving through the park you’ll also have the opportunity to see lions, leopards, cape buffalo, and a huge variety of antelopes.
After game viewing, later evening drive to Karatu town for dinner and overnight.

Overnight at Eileen’s Trees Inn
Meal Plan {Lunch & Dinner}

Day 2:Manyara National Park – Arusha town

After breakfast, drive to Lake Manyara National Park for game drive activity

The park is truly a photographer’s playground and offers some of the best game viewings in the world. You can expect to see many of Africa’s most well-known animals, with the tree-climbing lions a particular treat. These proud predators lounge in acacia trees.
Bird-watchers will find Lake Manyara is an absolute delight, with a huge variety of birds on display in the park. Even the novice can expect to be amazed by large flamingo flocks, circling birds of prey, and the brightly colored lilac-breasted roller.
You will have a picnic lunch, continue with a game drive, and later evening drive back to Arusha town.

Meal Plan {Breakfast}

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Yes, we believe Kenya is safe to visit for your safari trip. Don’t just take our word for it, though. The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has certified Kenya as one of 80 travel destinations with a “Safe Travel Stamp”. This means that the hygiene and safety protocols in place in the country have been viewed as safe and effective.

Kenya is recognized as a viable wildlife safari destination. As long as the current health protocols are followed, and here on the ground we can see they are, then your Kenyan safari will still be a success.

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