6 Day Tanzania Camping Safari-Unique Park

Safari Overview.

The 6-day Tanzania camping safari, an extraordinary journey into the heart of Africa’s untamed wilderness. This captivating Tanzania Camping Safari will lead you through iconic national parks, granting you an up-close encounter with diverse wildlife, stunning landscapes, and nights spent under the enchanting African sky at our cozy campsites. The 6-Day Tanzania Camping Safari promises an extraordinary adventure, offering you an intimate connection with the untamed beauty of Tanzania’s national parks. With skilled guides, comfortable camping accommodations, and the chance to witness the wonders of the animal kingdom, this Tanzania Camping safari is an immersive experience that will stay with you for a lifetime.

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Upon your arrival in Arusha, you will be warmly welcomed by our team. After settling into your accommodation, you have the rest of the day to relax and prepare for the exciting safari ahead. Take in the local atmosphere, and perhaps explore the vibrant town of Arusha.

On the second day, we set off towards Tarangire National Park, where the captivating scenery and ancient baobab trees await. Brace yourself for an unforgettable game drive, as Tarangire is famous for its large elephant herds and diverse wildlife population. Our expert guides will share their knowledge about the flora and fauna, enhancing your safari experience. As the sun sets, we gather around the campfire for a delightful dinner and share stories of the day’s adventures.

Our journey continues as we head to the legendary Serengeti National Park for two Night. This iconic park is home to the awe-inspiring annual wildebeest migration and an abundance of wildlife throughout the year. Be prepared to witness prides of lions, elegant giraffes, and herds of wildebeest roaming the vast savannah. As we traverse the Serengeti’s plains, the raw beauty of the African wilderness will leave you in awe. In the evening, we settle into our campsite within the park, where you can unwind and marvel at the starry skies above.

Depart after an early breakfast in the Serengeti, Afterward, you venture towards the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a natural wonder renowned for its dense concentration of animals. Descending Into the Ngorongoro Crater, you will explore the diverse ecosystems and witness the harmony between predators and prey. This unique caldera presents an incredible opportunity to spot the “Big Five” and countless other species. As the day draws to a close, you will drive to your campsite for Dinner and Overnight.

The sixth day brings you to Lake Manyara National Park, famous for its tree-climbing lions and diverse birdlife. The game drive in this picturesque park offers encounters with baboons, hippos, elephants, and an array of vibrant bird species. The lush greenery and the shimmering lake create a breathtaking backdrop for your wildlife adventure. After an eventful day, we retreat to our campsite, reminiscing about the astonishing wildlife encounters. Later drive back to Arusha for Overnight or drop-off at the Airport, depending with your flight schedule.

This marks the END of our safari

  • Transfers in both directions between the Airport.
  • Accommodation in Arusha/Tanzania Safaris.
  • Camping Equipment
  • Extended 4 x 4 safari jeep with pop up roof for game viewing
  • Professional English, France, German Speaker safari guide
  • Entrance fees to all national parks and Crater fees.
  • 18% VAT to our entrance fees.
  • All meals while on safari and cold water during the safari.
  • Government taxes, VAT and service charges relating to accommodation included meals.
  • Tanzania Visa:
  • Personal Expenses (e.g. laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
  • Optional Tours (balloon rides )
  • Tips and gratuities to your safari guide and cook.
  • Flight fare
  • Beverage

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