Best of Serengeti and Lake Victoria

Daily Tour 14 Days

The Best of Serengeti and Lake Victoria Safari will take 14 Days package treat visitors with breathtaking unique. Explore Tanzania off the beaten track as you come along the Endless plain of Serengeti National Park to the source of the Nile River (Lake Victoria), hillside farms nestled between the mountains and lush green rain-forest. Experience the real life of Tanzania and the tour will be ending to Arusha. The Tour will take you to Bushmen, and Masai tribe, also Tarangire, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Duluti, Lake Victoria and Lake Babati.

Number of Clients Price Per Person($)
2 4,430
4 3,650
6 3,340

  • Meals according to the Itinerary
  • Drinks according to the Itinerary
  • Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle
  • Professional, English, German, France, Italian, Spanish-speaking guide
  • Park fees (For non-residents)
  • Ngorongoro Crater Service fees
  • All National Parks Fees
  • All activities (Unless labeled as optional)
  • All accommodation (Unless listed as upgrade)
  • All transportation (Unless labeled as optional)
  • All Government Taxes/VAT

  • Flights
  • Any activities at the Lake Victoria & Lake Babati
  • Optional activities
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Visa fees
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance

 Day 1: Airport to Hotel

You will be met at Kilimanjaro International Airport and welcomed to Tanzania by a Samora Explorers Ltd staff member. He will drive you to Arusha and your accommodation where you will have the chance to relax and prepare for tomorrows safari.

Dinner and overnight at Mrimba Palm Hotel

Meals: Half Board

 Day 2: The Lake Duluti

Lake Duluti is a small crater lake situated in eastern Arusha. It takes approximately 20 minutes from Arusha City. Lake Duluti is surrounded by a thick forest that is home to a number of reptiles like lizards and snakes while the lake itself is the sanctuary for the varies bird species. On this day we enjoy canoeing at Lake Duluti as well as the hike at the Duluti Forest and get to see the different animal and plant species, while walking around the lake we can see some caves which are used by Christians to pray. You could also enjoy bird watching or go fishing with the help of professional guides. Since the area is quiet popular with cultural tourism take time to visit the local market in Arusha at the evening after the Lake Tour.

Dinner and overnight at Mrimba Palm Hotel

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included

 Day 3: Arusha – Tarangire National Park    

In the morning you will start your safari with a drive to the Tarangire National Park. The park is roughly the size of Luxemburg and covers an area of about 2,600 km². Bush savannah, seasonal swamps and giant baobab trees make up the landscape of this nature reserve and the park is probably one of the best places in East Africa to see elephants. From the open roof of the safari vehicle you will be able to watch them and absorb the landscape. Apart from elephants, the park is also home to Masai giraffes, various gazelles, antelopes, buffaloes, lions, leopards, baboons and more than 500 types of birds. After an extensive game drive you will leave the park in the afternoon and drive to your accommodation in Karatu.

Dinner and overnight at Eileen’s Tree Lodge

Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner included

 Day 4: Visiting Bushmen at Lake Eyasi

Early morning tea/coffee then drives to Mang’ola at Lake Eyasi, which lays to the south of the Ngorongoro Crater, passing through the arable land of Karatu. Today we will spend our day by exploring and hunting with the Hadzabe Tribe or Bushmen. For them hunting and collecting honey is not an unusual activity but a daily obligation. Don’t be surprised if you are given a bow and arrow to hunt. With a little luck, you may experience a successful kill. Part of the meat will be eaten by the hunters while the rest will be taken home for their wives and children. After having the time with Bushmen, you will visit another tribe Datoga or Mang’ati who are the Maasai cattle rustlers. We will see how they do melt the iron and make the arrow then enjoy the tour on the shores of Lake Eyasi.

Dinner and overnight at Eileen’s Tree Lodge

Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner included

 Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater – Serengeti National Park  

After an early breakfast you will make your way into the Ngorongoro crater on a steep and narrow road. The slopes are forested but soon the landscape changes to savannah dotted with the occasional acacia tree. The wildlife here is absolutely breath-taking and if you are lucky you might spot the “Big Five” – lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard. The crater is also home to warthogs, wildebeests, zebras, hippos, hyenas and many more. After a morning full of game viewing and a picnic lunch you will leave the crater in the afternoon and head to Serengeti national park for overnight.

Some interest facts about crater,

The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest volcanic caldera, formed during the massive explosion of the volcano once higher than Kilimanjaro some 2 to 3 million years ago. The crater has the total area of 304 km², 600 m deep and the diameter of 20 km.

Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Wild Camp

Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner included

 Day 6: Serengeti National Park    

Serengeti has really special sights, sound, and smell of Africa with stunning scenery, ever changing light and entertaining wildlife. In this park the animals don’t walk to any schedule so we may find lions, leopards, elephants, zebras, cheetahs, antelopes, gazelles, hippos and many species of birds and reptiles during our game drive. Here you will spend your day at the central of the Park where we will also get time to visit Serengeti visitor’s center for more information about the park and be able to follow the trails of wildebeest and see some animals very close such as rock or tree hyrax, porcupine and lizards.

Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Wild Camp

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included

 Day 7: Serengeti National Park (IKOMA Area) 

After a great breakfast at the lodge, we will enjoy our game drive toward Ikoma Area via Retima Hippo Pool where you might get out of the car and watch and smell the hippos from the river. When we are on the game drive at Serengeti National Park, we will have a short stop for your picnic lunch under the shadow of the tree. Then we will make our way to Serengeti “Ikoma” Wild camp is located on the buffer zone of Serengeti Ecosystem between grumeti and the Ikorongo Game reserve, Northwest of Serengeti    Area which is located out the park.

Dinner and overnight at Ikoma Wild Camp

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included

 Day 8, 9, 10 & 11: The Lake Victoria in Mwanza

It will be taking almost 5 hrs from Ikoma Wild Camp to Lake Victoria.

One of the largest lakes in Africa, Lake Victoria is renowned in some parts of the world due to the “Darwin’s Nightmare” documentary, which is based in Mwanza. If you’ve never heard about the documentary, chances are you know that Mwanza has a busy port. And if that’s also news, maybe you know that it’s the second largest city in Tanzania.

Even so, it’s not necessarily a big tourist spot, yet there are a few good spots in Mwanza. And the huge lake makes one feel like they are at the seaside. Mwanza is a great place to walk along the shore of Lake Victoria and learn some history. It’s a good place to relax.

Things you can do while you are here, and choose what you would like to do

  • A boat trip on Lake Victoria should be a high point on everyone’s list while in Mwanza. Seeing the lake and the surrounding area from the boat will give you a better feel of how life around Lake Mwanza looks. There are also quite a few paths where you can walk along the shore. Do try to interact with the locals, even if there’s no common language. Tanzanians are friendly people, curious to find out more about other countries. If you’re looking for a place to relax, there are a few restaurants along the shore where you can enjoy a drink while admiring nature.
  • Like no other city in Tanzania, Mwanza is surrounded by hills and boulders. It’s not by chance that the nickname of Mwanza is “Rock City.” One of the most famous rocks in town is Bismarck Rock. Just judging by the name of the hills and rocks, one can guess the German influences in this region, even without knowing any history. During daytime, you might find kids bathing and playing in the water close to the area. Join them if you’re brave enough.
  • Sunrise or Sunset cruise by Speed Boat from Wag Hill Lodge & Spa. The feel of Mwanza is in large part determined by its geographic attributes: its proximity to Lake Victoria, its rolling hills, and its huge, unusual rock formations, which earn its nickname Rock City.
    To fully appreciate the beauty and serenity of Mwanza, take a sunset or sunrise boat ride on Lake Victoria.
  • Speed boat tour is perhaps the most exciting way to explore the Lake Victoria and the surrounding fauna and flora amongst the expansive lands of the Wag Hill Lodge & Spa.
    It is a completely different experience as the speed boat speeds through the waters of the mighty Lake Victoria, passing by the local fishermen in their traditional dhow boats, setting a net in the waters to catch a fish. It is also a great way to witness the various bird species that inhabit the lands surround the hotel premises from a distance.
    The rolling landscapes and the rocky terrains of the Mwanza town add another wow-factor to the already mesmerizing natural beauty of the Lake.

Dinner and overnight at Wag Hill Lodge & Spa

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner included

 Day 12: From Mwanza to Babati 

Early in the morning you will be starting your drive from Mwanza to Babati which will take almost 9 hrs. On your way to Babati you will be experiencing the Tanzanian life by seeing the movements of people from your jeep, while driving through Shinyanga, Singida until Babati.

Dinner and overnight at Silver Park Hotel

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner included

 Day 13: Babati  

Enjoying and seeing the Hippopotamus when you are having the conoe at the Lake Babati. Nestled in the Green Hills of Africa between Tarangire and Manyara National Parks, Lake Babati is an undiscovered gem in northern Tanzania, a place where afternoons are spent drifting in canoes, where hippopotamus spend the days lazing in the tall grasses along the lake shore and where the locals welcome you into their hearts. At the evening you will enjoy the dinner at Babati Boottocht Restaurant.

Dinner and overnight at Silver Park Hotel

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner included

 Day 14: Kilimanjaro Airport 

On this day you will be driving to the airport [JRO] or [ARK] catching the flight to Zanzibar or backing home with an amazing experience.
Here will be the end of our safari service. Thank you for experiencing Tanzania with Samora Explorers Ltd and hope to see you again.

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