10 Days in Tanzania

Serengeti, Ngorongoro & Zanzibar

10 Days in Tanzania

Serengeti, Ngorongoro & Zanzibar

Could there possibly be a more romantic trip than this one to Tanzania? Before arriving at the captivating island of Zanzibar, the journey takes travelers from the coffee plantations of Arusha to safaris in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. 10 Days in Tanzania highlights Tanzania’s breathtaking wildlife and landscapes, a nation full of natural and cultural wonders that can all be explored in one unbelievable vacation.

Trip Summary & Accommodation

1 Night in Arusha

2 Nights in Ngorongoro

3 Nights in Serengeti

4 Nights in Zanzibar

Trip Itenerary

  • Day 1: Arusha Tanzania

    Arusha, located beneath the mighty gaze of Mount Meru, is an ideal base for exploring Tanzania's Northern Safari Circuit. It's difficult to think of another location in the world that is so close to so many national parks and game reserves! The Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater are only a short flight away, as are Arusha's famous coffee plantations.

  • Day 2 - 3: Ngorongoro Crater

    Since 1959, Ngorongoro Crater has been a part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Aside from having a fertile floor and thus an abundance of wildlife (particularly the Big 5), the crater is also the world's only intact caldera. Many people believe that before Ngorongoro erupted, it would have been higher than Kilimanjaro.

  • Day 4 - 6: Serengeti National Park

    The Serengeti National Park, which spans 1.5 million hectares, is known for its impressive wildlife population, most notably the Big 5. It is perhaps best known for serving as a backdrop for the annual Great Migration. Every year, over two million wildebeest, a fair number of gazelles, and a small herd of zebra migrate south in the Serengeti, then west and north into the Maasai Mara before returning.

  • Day 7 - 10: Zanzibar

    The Zanzibar Archipelago is a group of islands in the Indian Ocean off Tanzania's coast. Centuries ago, the island was an important area for spice trade, first with the Arab world since the eleventh century, before falling under the rule of Arab sultans who reigned over the islands for several years, assimilating with the local Swahili.



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