Rating in Tanzania
$ 9495

Northern Tanzania Walking Safari

Trekking  +  walking
Trekking + walking
min $ 9495
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 9495
Duration: 8 days
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For those with an adventurous streak

Discover the wonder and wildlife of northern Tanzania. Sip on coffee harvested onsite from your private veranda at the Legendary lodge. Hang out with tree-climbing lions at a lake deemed by Hemingway “the prettiest he’s seen in Africa”. Stay at a luxury camp at the Ngorongoro Crater and make friends with the local Maasai tribe. End your journey with perhaps the most electrifying moment of all as you witness thousands of wildebeests and zebras race through the Serengeti. This trip can easily be paired with our Southern Walking Safari to get a full look at Tanzania.

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Day by Day

Welcome to Tanzania! Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport, you will be met by your local guide and driven to Legendary Lodge where you will spend your first night, relaxing and unwinding after a day of travel.

Venture toward the Manyara National Park to experience the stunning Lake Manyara and set out on a safari. This evening, recount the day's sightings over sundowners in your treehouse suite.

Take in the sights of the area from a different perspective as you paddle out in your canoe. Spend the afternoon on either another thrilling game drive or enjoying a lakeside bike ride.

Venture out for a final safari in Manyara and catch one last glimpse of the tree-climbing lions native to the area. Pass by picturesque villages along the Great Rift Valley en route to Ngorongoro Crater’s gate.

Spot black rhinos and massive bull elephants as you set out for a thrilling drive to the crater at sunrise. Spend the morning tracking down the lions before heading back to the lodge for a relaxing afternoon, followed by an evening stroll with a local Maasai guide.

Catch a morning flight to Tanzania’s oldest and most popular national park, the Serengeti, to behold the Great Migration. Experience the rush as herds of wildebeests and zebras gather by the thousands to move their way south.

Continue your experience of the magical Serengeti and more opportunities to bear witness to the migration. In the evening back at your mobile camp, you may hear the faint roar of a lion or the grunt of hippos in the distance as you drift off to sleep.

A private car will take you to the nearest airstrip for a scheduled charter flight back to Arusha. From there, you will be met by a driver and who will take you to Kilimanjaro Airport for your international flight home.

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What’s included? Everything you need. Plus everything you’d
want. Plus a few things you never knew you wanted ‘til you got them.

In a word: everything. In ninety words? Signature B&R guides; local experts; unique, unforgettable biking and walking routes; private tours; authentic local cuisine; lessons and demonstrations; local artisanal wines; wine tastings; all victuals and libations; all the endorphins you can handle; new insight; interesting, fun and like-minded travel companions; a feeling of total freedom. In short: an extraordinary, hassle-free journey of discovery.

  • All hotel accommodation
  • Meals as indicated with wine, beer, and house spirits at all properties
  • All park & conservation fees
  • All transportation from rendezvous to drop-off
  • All baggage transportation
  • Domestic flights
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Butterfield & Robinson
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