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Safari Game Package
A Tanzania Safari is a great way to see the country. Discover the legendary ‘Big Five’ inside the Ngorongoro Crater, often referred to as the world’s eighth natural wonder; bug the magic of Serengeti National Park’s endless plains with its dramatic annual wildebeest and zebra migration; bug the magic of Serengeti National Park’s endless plains with its dramatic annual wildebeest and zebra migration; bug the magic of Serengeti National Park’s endless plains with its dramatic annual wildebeOur tour guide has a lot of experience working in the tourism industry.
Visit Maasai Boma.
A Maasai boma is made up of several natural-material houses built in a circle to keep cattle contained. Visiting a boma will allow you to witness firsthand how the Maasai live. You can also speak with your hosts, who will provide you with a thorough understanding of their traditions and customs.
A demonstration of traditional Maasai dance, a look at the day-to-day operations of a Maasai village, and the chance to buy locally made jewelry are all included in your visit.
Every moment on safari is memorable, but there are a few that stand out. An early morning wake-up call is followed by a relaxed breakfast private breakfast before driving through the breaking dawn to a favorite spot to watch the sun rise.
Dining under the African stars is referred to as a bush dinner. We host bush dinners in beautiful locations throughout the Serengeti plains.
With unrestricted views of the big game, this dining experience is quite exciting. In most cases, the bush dinner will begin as the sun begins to set. Our visitors will find a table and chairs already set up, as well as a campfire, lanterns, and a bush kitchen.
A sundowner is simply a ‘happy hour’ in the African bush at sunset. Your game drive will be spiced up with a Sundowner to cap off your Afternoon adventure. When you stay at one of our camps, you may be taken to “our” special African sundowner spot to enjoy this breathtaking moment. The majority of sundowner spots also provide fantastic photo opportunities.
The “Cradle of Mankind” is the name given to the Olduvai Gorge. Richard Leakey and his family made the earliest archaeological discoveries there. In the early twentieth century, the Leakeys discovered the remains of the first hominids in Olduvai Gorge. They went on to make some significant discoveries, the majority of which date back more than 2 million years. Extinct animals that roamed the area, as well as more recent stone age man, are among the fossils.
Crater Walk throughout Empakai
This is the Ngorongoro Crater’s younger sibling. A volcano collapsed into a 6-kilometer-wide caldera to create the Empakaai Crater. It’s a lesser-known crater with a lot of potential. A large portion of it is covered by an 85-meter-deep alkaline lake. Pink flamingos, blue monkeys, water bucks, bush bucks, buffaloes, elephants, and hyenas live on the crater’s rims. Mount Kilimanjaro and Ol Doinyo Lengai can be seen from beyond the crater.
Crater Walkat Olmoti
Olmoti is a Maasai word that means “cooking pot.” The shallow crater is located in the highlands of the Ngorongoro conservation area and is 3080 meters above sea level.
The majority of Maasai herders graze their domestic animals alongside buffaloes, bushbucks, eland, and reedbuck. Visit a nearby waterfall (100 meters) that feeds into Lake Magadi to round out your tour of the Crater.
A hot air balloon safari over the Serengeti plains is a sublimely serene way to spice up your safari with a little romance. Nothing beats the sensation of soaring over the wide-open plains at sunrise before landing for a champagne breakfast in the middle of nowhere.