West East Tours

Item Code: 86-2469

This honeymoon safari is the best way to see Tanzania’s most popular parks, which are all located in the country’s northern region. It’s a chance to see the stunning lodge and learn about Tanzanian culture. Your room has some lovely touches that would make honeymooners feel right at home.


Day 1: Arrival - Canoeing Safari & Sundowner

When you arrive in Arusha, a staff member will be there to greet you and take you to your lodgings for the night. There is a 45-minute car ride between the airport and your hotel. Your group will be picked up later for a canoe trip on one of the beautiful crater lakes, just in time to watch the sun go down. Many kinds of birds can be seen in the nearby forest that borders the lake. Especially for a newlywed couple, the sunset can be a very emotional and beautiful experience. In between two and two and a half hours, you’ll be out on the lake, listening to the water and the birds. Lodge Stay at Ngare Sero Mountain

Day 2: Tarangire National Park

Your day will begin with a two-hour drive to Tarangire National Park’s entrance after breakfast, as planned with your guide. Elephants of impressive size can be seen in Tarangire. Big cats, buffalo, zebras, giraffes, and antelopes are just some of the mammalian species that might be spotted in the park. The area is also frequented by hundreds of different species of migratory birds.

The Tarangire River, which is located in Tarangire National Park, is a perennial river. When water is scarce, animals flock to the river, making it easy to spot wild animals. To enjoy the park’s natural splendor while eating a picnic lunch. In the evening, you’ll return to Lake Manyar Kilimamoja Lodge, where you’ll spend the night after a day spent viewing wildlife.

Maasai wedding ceremony, an event.

Day 3: Central Serengeti National Park

The journey to Serengeti National Park will begin after breakfast this morning. “endless plain” is how the Maasai language refers to the park. On your way to the crater, you’ll pass through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. You’ll take a break and then head to Serengeti National Park for an afternoon game drive, where you can see a variety of amazing animals, including herds of mammals and fantastic birds.

Throughout the year, the Seronera River Valley and Central Serengeti serve as the “heart” of the wildlife area. Animals, including the “Big Five,” have made this region their permanent home. Travel to the Serengeti Sametu camp in the evening for dinner and a night’s stay.

The visit to the Olduvai Gorge archaeological site is an optional extra (activity supplement applies).

Day 4: Amazing Serengeti Exploration

After a hearty breakfast, you’ll have the chance to spend the entire day on a game drive, exploring different parts of the Serengeti in search of wildlife. It’s always easiest to see wildlife in the early morning or late at night. Serengeti’s “endless plains” are the place where a wide variety of animals call home. Everything from the “Big Five” to the “Little Five” can be found in abundance here. Not only are large cats common sights, but so are spotted hyenas (especially first thing in the morning), jackals, and more. The Serengeti Sametu camp is where you will be staying for the night, where you can enjoy dinner and a comfortable bed.

A balloon safari over the Serengeti followed by a sunset meal.

Day 5: Transfer to Ngorongoro

Take plenty of pictures to help you remember your time on the Serengeti’s final game drive. Big cats, buffalo, zebras, hippos, and a wide variety of birds can all be found in the Serengeti year-round. You leave the Serengeti and make your way to the crater’s edge, where the Ngorongoro Ecosystem Reserve awaits your arrival the following day. You will check into the Ngorongoro Lions Paw camp for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 6: Ngorongoro Crater

Incredibly, today you will reach the bottom of the crater, which is roughly 102 square miles (264 square km) in area. As the world’s largest unfilled, intact, and dormant volcanic crater, Ngorongoro is a sight to behold. An impressive depth of over 600 meters (over 2,000 feet) characterizes this crater. Roughly 20,000 large mammals and other small wild animals, along with numerous bird species, call the Ngorongoro Conservation Area home. The crater also features a forest that is home to buffalo, zebras, and other herbivores, as well as the nests of numerous species of birds.

Spend the day having a picnic in the crater. Your guide will then return you to the airport in time for your flight. At this point, your sightseeing trip is over. It was great to have you along on our safari! Our best wishes for a speedy return are extended to you.

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