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8 Days Tanzania Northern Explorer

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8 Days Tanzania Northern Explorer

This fantastic 8 Days Tanzania Northern Explorer is our most popular safari! It includes cultural excursions and a game drive in Tanzania’s ultimate game parks. This 8 Days Tanzania Northern Explore will take you to Tarangire National Park, the endless plain of the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Eyasi, and Lake Manyara. If you wish to see the three most stunning parks in northern Tanzania, our 8-Day Tanzania Northern Explore is ideal! Your safari will begin at Tarangire National Park, the home of the elephants.

Then the tour will take you to the famous Serengeti, home to an amazing wildebeest migration and a variety of wildlife. Additionally, our 8 Days Tanzania Northern Explorer will take you to the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater, a natural wonder with the highest wildlife density in the entire world. You may see these two of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders while on this incredible safari. Each park has its own special animal-watching opportunities as well as pleasant safari camps and lodges where you can unwind each evening. You will also visit Lake Eyasi where you get acquainted with the Hadzabe people, and learn about their traditional ways of life. This area greatly benefits from the presence of these traditional bushmen. The most significant activity here is walking.

On this private safari, you have the freedom to move at your own pace, exactly the way you like it. You will have your own private safari vehicle and a professional knowledgeable guide. The hotel and lodges we select for you during this 8 Days Tanzania Northern Explorer are standard class. But if you would prefer more luxury, we can choose for you.

Finally, our 8-Day Tanzania Northern Explorer will take you to Lake Manyara National Park. The park is most popular for its diverse habitats and multiple ecosystems. Around Lake Manyara, you can find thick rainforests, savannas, wetlands, and acacia forests, sustaining its own set of animals. This 8-Days Tanzania Northern Explorer includes standard class lodging, meals, Park fees, and travel in the 4-by-4 safari vehicle that has been specially equipped with a pop-up roof for game viewing.

The itinerary of this package is the best all year round.  It has been created for those who have a long holiday and want to see and experience nearly everything they can while on safari.

Book your 8-Day Tanzania Northern Explorer with Gemuka Adventure Tours. We are the best in Tanzania for luxury safaris, with long experience in providing the best and most excellent luxury service in Tanzania.

The Gemuka Adventures guide meets you at the airport and after completing the passport and customs formalities at Kilimanjaro Airport, you head to the hotel in Arusha for check-in and rest after the trip. Dinner together in the evening.


You’ll depart from Arusha or Moshi after breakfast for the approximately two-hour drive to Tarangire National Park. Along the way, you’ll pass bustling Maasai villages and the vast, open plains that have become synonymous with images of AFRICA. Tarangire national park where you could have a chance to see the groups of elephants.

Overnight: Enduro Lodge


Right after breakfast proceeds to the vast plain of the Serengeti, on the way you can see the small-scale farms of the Iraqi people grow corn, wheat, and coffee. You will be able to see the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater as you pass through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area before continuing on to the Serengeti National Park, where you will arrive at around noon. The Serengeti National Park is the largest park in Tanzania and features a variety of habitats and landscapes, including grassy plains, lakes, swamps, and savannahs. You will drive to your accommodation after a lengthy game drive and enjoy

Overnight: Serengeti Heritage Camp


Both morning and afternoon are spent on safari in the Serengeti. After a full day of close contact with the Serengeti’s wild animals and nature, we spend the night at the lodge.

Overnight: Serengeti Heritage Camp

You’ll take another incredible Serengeti game drive after breakfast before visiting the Ngorongoro Crater. When you reach the crater’s edge in the late afternoon, you will get a glimpse of the vast array of animals that will be there the following day. At a nearby lodge, you’ll spend the night as you fall asleep to the orange glow of the setting sun.

Overnight: Enduro Lodge

After a filling breakfast, you will drive down the challenging track into the crater. Early risers are rewarded with breathtaking views of the rising sun over the crater’s edge. 610 m deep, 260 square kilometers in size, and formed millions of years ago. Of all the parks in Tanzania, the crater offers the best game viewing because of its substantial animal population of about 25 000. You can see wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, elephants, and some of the more than 500 bird species in the area in a matter of minutes. If you’re lucky, you might see the horns of an endangered black rhino poking through the grass. You will climb the steep walls after lunch.

Overnight: Lake Eyasi Lodge

You will travel to the renowned Hadzabe tribe’s homes in the bush very early in the morning (05:45) to engage in cultural exchange. Join the Hadzabe tribe and go foraging. Eat throughout the day while foraging, and bring some honey, fruit, or wild game home if it’s available. Modern genetic research suggests that they may be more closely related to the Pygmies despite being historically thought of as an East African branch of the Khoisan peoples, primarily because of their language’s clicks. Take the chance to walk alongside them and observe how they forage for honey or gather insects. Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.

Overnight: Migombani Tented Camp

The Little Lake Manyara National Park, named after the park’s 200 km2 shallow alkaline lake, is your last stop on the tour. The park is renowned for its diverse topography, which includes cliffs covered in baobab trees, as well as open, grassy plains and woodlands home to primates. In addition to the over 400 different species of magnificent and diverse birds, the park is also home to hippos, elephants, baboons, wildebeest, and unusual tree-climbing lions. You will leave the flamingo cascades after a lengthy game drive through the park. In the afternoon drive back to Arusha and drive directly to the airport for your ongoing flight back home.

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