- 3 day camping safari in Tarangire, Lake Manyara, & Ngorongoro Crater


ARRIVAL - We'll pick you up from Kilimanjaro airport and transfer you to Arusha for dinner and overnight stay at the Outpost Lodge. Meal Plan BB.

Day 1 - After breakfast at 8:00am, we'll drive you to Tarangire for a full day's game drive. Here you will see big herds of elephants, zebras, elands etc. and you'll enjoy seeing animals soaking in Tarangire River during sunset. You'll have dinner and overnight stay at Zion Campsite. Meal Plan Full Board.

Day 2 - After breakfast at 8:00am, we'll drive to Lake Manyara National Park for a full day's game drive. There you will observe Great Rift Valley Wall ground water forest, wildlife like buffaloes, impalas, giraffe, zebra, as well as Lake Manyara itself. Later, we'll start the drive to Jambo Campsite for dinner & overnight stay.

Day 3 - After an early breakfast at 7:30am, we'll start to Ngorongoro Crater for a 5hrs Crater tour. Here you should be able to spot the 'Big Five' - lion, leopard, elephant rhino, and buffalo. You will also be able to encounter many species of birds due to Ngorongoro's alkaline lakes. Later, we'll start the drive back to Arusha for an overnight stay at the Outpost Lodge.

Price includes:

Park fees, crater service fees, packed lunch, 1 ltr of water, 4WD jeep transportation, and guide.

Price does NOT include:

Visas, travel insurance, specialty health requirements, gratuities, drinks (aside from the 1 ltr of water), all items of a personal nature, and any service not specified.

Transfer From/To airport

Accommodation in Arusha

Domestic flights, cultural visits & excursions to be added onto the costs according to clients need.


Giraffes are the tallest living terrestrial animals and are preyed on by lions, and calves are also targeted by leopards, spotted hyenas and wild dogs.

Adult giraffes do not have strong social bonds, though they do gather in loose aggregations if they happen to be moving in the same general direction.

Males establish social hierarchies through "necking", which are combat bouts where the neck is used as a weapon.

A giraffe has only two gaits: walking and galloping. Walking is done by moving the legs on one side of the body at the same time, then doing the same on the other side. When galloping, the hind legs move around the front legs before the latter move forward, and the tail will curl up.

Giraffe face