This 11-day safari takes you through some of the most exciting destinations in Tanzania's Northern Safari Circuit. Starting in the charming town of Arusha, your adventure begins on a working coffee farm, where you'll sit back and relax for 1 night whilst preparing for the next leg of your trip.
From Arusha, your travels will take you to Tarangire National Park – a lesser-known safari gem in Tanzania, famous for its tree-climbing lions. You'll spend 3 nights in this wildlife-rich region, enjoying some of the best game viewing the country has to offer.
Your final destination is the world-famous Serengeti National Park. This safari icon delivers incredible game viewing in pristine wilderness best known for hosting the annual Great Wildebeest Migration – a show you'll get front-row seats to.
Throughout your stay you'll be treated to exceptional luxury lodges and camps, friendly service, excellent facilities and amenities, incredible activities, and memories you won't soon forget. To top it all off, you'll have the privilege of spending time with local Maasai, Hadzabe, Datoga and Barabaig tribes. Here, you'll have the rare opportunity to gain glimpses into the world of cultures that are largely untouched by the Western world.
Why Is This a Trip With a Purpose?
- More than just providing incredible safari experiences through the African wilderness, this trip also incorporates visits to communities and tribes across Northern Tanzania.
- During your stay at Chem Chem Lodge, you'll have the opportunity to stop by a local Maasai village, where you'll meet the chief and other community members.
- While at Chem Chem, receive a rare glimpse into the lifestyle of the Barabaig tribe, which promises to be a vivid and transformative encounter for any visitor.
- Your stay at Nyasi Migrational Camp includes a cultural experience with the Datoga tribe.
- When at Mwiba Lodge, your itinerary will include a visit to the Hadzabe tribe, which affords the opportunity to marvel and learn from local tribespeople. Join them on a morning walk and watch how they silently move through bush to forage, experiencing a world completely untouched by Western civilization.