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Go Mad East Experience.

Tanzania from North to the South to the Beach


The Eyasi Camping (Standard Camping) Tarangire/Manyara/Lake Eyasi/Serengeti /Ngorongoro &Zanzibar Island.


Tanzania Mad Experience.

Day 1: Arrival Tanzania
Upon arrival in Tanzania (Kilimanjaro International Airport or Arusha Airport) your private driver/guide will pick you up and bring you to Kigongoni Lodge in Arusha for overnight stay.

Mealplan: bed & breakfast

Day 2: Unwind at Kigongoni Lodge
before starting your adventure we highly recommend you to have one resting day. Today is at own leisure at Kigongoni Lodge.

Meals: full board

Day 3: Lake Manyara NP
Your safari will start. After breakfast your private driver/guide will pick you up from Kigongoni Lodge and you will drive in approximately 2 hours to Lake Manyara NP. This park is relatively small and famous because of its big population of flamingoes and also of its tree climbing lions. You will have picnic lunch in the park. At the end of the afternoon you will leave the park and drive to the nearby village Karatu for overnight at Endoro Lodge with beautiful views of the Ngorongoro Highlands.

Meals: full board

Day 4 – Ngorongoro Crater – Serengeti NP
you will leave after an early breakfast for a game drive into the crater. It is also known as eight World wonder is absolutely a unique. You will descend 610 meters into the crater. Highlight is the rare black Rhino, which is one of the so called “big five” and only found here. After a maximum allowed stay of 6 hours in the crater you will start your journey Serengeti NP for overnight at Kenzan Luxury Mobile Camp for the ultimate “Out of Africa” experience.

Meals: full board

Day 5 – Serengeti NP
Full day game drive in Serengeti NP where you will look for the great migration but also for predators such as lion, leopard and cheetah. You have lunch in the park. At the end of the day you return to Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp for a nice sundowner.

Meals: full board

Day 6 – Serengeti NP – Karatu
You will leave Serengeti NP and is drive towards Karatu. On your way you will automatically do a game drive. At the end of the afternoon you will arrrive at Ngorongoro Farm House in Karatu.

Meals: full board

Day 7: Karatu – Maasai Boma – Tarangire NP
This morning you will have a lazy breakfast. After breakfast you will drive to the village Mto wa Mbo where you will have a typical local lunch. Before proceeding to your lodge  you will visit an authentic Maasai boma (Maasai village). You will arrive at Osupuko Lodge close to the main entrance of Tarangire NP where you can relax at the pool and have amazing views over Tarangire NP.

Meals: full board

Day 8: Tarangire NP
Today you will have to wake up very early in the morning (06.15 am). You will leave without having breakfast for an very exciting guided walking safari around Osupuko Lodge. You will return for breakfast and after breakfast you will make a full day game drive in Tarangire NP. In this park you will find large herds of elephants near the Tarangire river, or already digging into underground streams elsewhere in the park. You will also see large herds of migratory animals like wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, and gazelle. At the end of the afternoon you will return to Osupuko Lodge.

Meals: full board

Day 9: day of travel to Dodoma
Today you will travel to the city Dodoma. Since the distance from the northern part of Tanzania to Ruaha NP is to far it is impossible to do it in one day. At the end of the afternoon you will arrive at The New Dodoma Hotel. 

Meals: full board

Day 10: Unwind in Dodoma
Before starting the next, southern, part of your trip we highly recommend to have a resting day. This day is at your own leisure and it also gives your private driver/guide to get some new energy for the exciting days who are ahead.

Meals: full board

Day 11: Ruaha NP
After a very early breakfast you will leave Dodoma and start your journey of approximately 6 hours to Ruaha NP. This is the largest National Park in Tanzania. The Ruaha River runs through the park and because of the permanent presence of water differtent species of animals reside in this park.Besides wildlife you will experience the breathtaking vegetation. At the end of the afternoon you will arrive at Ruaha River Lodge for overnight stay.

Meals: full board

Day 12: Ruaha NP
Today you will have a full day in Ruaha NP. Probably you will notice that the behaviour of the animals in the Southern Parks are different to the Northern Parks because they are less used to safari vehicles and that makes a game drive extra special. You will return to Ruaha River Lodge for a beautiful sundowner on the shores of the Ruaha River.

Meals: full board

Day 13:Ruaha NP – Mikumi NP
You will leave Mikumi NP after breakfast. On your way to the gate you will automatically do a game drive. Once you have left the park it is another 5 hour drive towards Mikumi NP. In this park you will see elephants, giraffes and kudus. This park is also very famous for nocturnal animals such as bush babies and even aardvarks. At the end of the afternoon you will arrive at Vuma Hills Tented Camp.

Meals: full board

Day 14: Mikumi NP
Full day game drives in Mikumi NP and if you are lucky you will also spot a sable antilope. At the end of the afternoon you will return to Vuma Hills Tented Camp. 

Meals: full board

Day 15: Mikumi NP – Selous game reserve
You will leave Vuma Hills Tented camp and drive in approximately 4 hours to Selous Game Reserve. The Selous Game Reserve is the largest game reserve in Africa. The Rufiji River provides permanent water and the presence of animals throughout the year. More than 800,000 animals live in the reserve, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, buffalo, etc. Because there are few camps / lodges in the park you will feel like you are in paradise. You will arrive at Rufiji River Camp at the end of the afternoon.

Day 16: Selous Game reserve
Full day game drives at Selouse Game Reserve and today you will also stay at Rufiji River Camp.

Meals: full board

Day 17+18+19: Selous Game Reserve – Dar es Salaam – Zanzibar
Your adventurous trip on the mainland of Tanzania has nearly come to an end. You will drive to Julius Nyerere International Airport for your domestic flight to the paradise island Zanzibar. Here you will say goodbye to your driver/guide. Upon arrival in Zanzibar you will be transferred to Bellevue Zanzibar beautiful situated at the east coast of the island. Here you will spend 4 nights directly on the beach to relax and if you wish you can book excursions at the reception of Bellevue Zanzibar such as snorkeling, a spice tour, a visit to Stone Town or even take a kitesurf course.

Meals: half board

Day 20: Departure
today is really the end of jour amazing journey. You will be brought to Zanzibar Airport for your domestic flight to Dar es Salaam to connect with your international flight back home.

Just so you know

  • This tour accepts children who are 12 years and older
  • This tour can be customized according to the client’s preferences

From USD 7,400USD per person sharing, excl. international flight

What’s included

  • Guarantee price/guarantee private safari on confirmation
  • Ground transport on safari in a comfortable safari car equipped for game viewing, photography and touring.
  • Sleeping bags
  • Full board accommodation whilst on safari
  • All park entrance fees to include government taxes
  • Service of an English-speaking professional driver/guide and Cook
  • Bottled water whilst on safari
  • All camping materials


What’s not included.

  • Expenses of a personal nature, laundry, telephone calls, drinks and beverages and personal    travel insurances.

  • Tipping/gratitude to the supported staff

  • International Airfares & Visa entry fees to Tanzania

  • Airport transfers

  • Accommodation in Arusha town





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