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A honeymoon safari in Tanzania is an experience you will never forget. There is a chance to see amazing animals, beautiful scenery, and find love in Tanzania. Since this trip includes almost everything, you can relax and enjoy your honeymoon without worrying about the cost. In order to ensure that your honeymoon is truly unforgettable, Lion King Adventures will work with you to create a custom itinerary that is tailored to your specific interests and needs.


Day 1: Arrival in Arusha

The Lion King will send a representative to the airport to pick you up and take you to your hotel in Arusha. If you get to Arusha early enough, you can do some sight-seeing. The Gran Melia Hotel is a great spot to unwind before embarking on a safari because of its spacious and lush grounds.

Day 2: Tarangire National Park

Your own safari guide will pick you up from your accommodation in the morning after breakfast. The landscape en route to Tarangire is reminiscent of the Maasai grasslands, with its gentle hills and smatterings of acacia trees. Several Maasais in brightly colored garb will be out and about, wandering the side of the road, riding bicycles, and herding animals.

The Tarangire River provides the park with its namesake. The fauna in the area relies on this “river of warthogs” for survival during the dry season. Visiting families of elephants are sure to notice the park’s namesake residents, which congregate frequently along the river. There’s a chance you’ll also encounter giraffes, bushbucks, and hartebeests. Lions and leopards, among other predators, follow these creatures quite closely. Tarangire National Park has more bird species than any other location on Earth. Here, you may also find the massive and ancient baobab trees.

We’ll end the day with a game drive, and then you’ll head to one of our luxurious lodge partners for dinner and a night of rest and leisure.

Day 3: Lake Manyara National Park

The next stop on your epic safari will be Lake Manyara National Park, and you’ll leave right after breakfast. In Manyara, you can see a wide variety of birds and tree-climbing lions in their natural habitat. The park’s western boundary is formed by the Rift Valley’s impressive western escarpment. East of here you’ll find alkaline and shallow Lake Manyara. Thousands of flamingos call the lake home when it floods from heavy rains, but it dries up when the seasons change. The Maasai word “emanyara” refers to a common plant used to construct the walled compound that surrounds a typical Maasai household, and therefore the name “Manyara” (boma). Both savannah and evergreen woodland can be found in the park. While roaming the park, you might come across giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, buffalo, elephants, and even lions relaxing in the trees.

Following a long day seeing the park, you may unwind with dinner and a good night’s sleep at your lodging.

Day 4: Serengeti National Park

Continue your journey into the Ngorongoro Highlands, where the Iraqw people cultivate crops including wheat and corn, after breakfast. Traveling through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area’s misty rain woods, you may spot baboons, leopards, and elephants in the underbrush if you’re lucky.

You will be able to view the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater in its natural habitat at the Ngorongoro Conservation Area before continuing on to the Serengeti National Park around lunchtime. Grassy plains, wetlands, lakes, savannah, and mountains are just a few of the many habitats found in Tanzania’s largest park, Serengeti National Park.

In the evening, after a full day of game viewing, you’ll return to Lahia Tented Lodge for dinner and the night. The camp’s location on a hill affords visitors breathtaking vistas of the Serengeti below.

Day 5: Serengeti National Park

This is our day to go on safari in the Serengeti. Amazing sights can be seen in the Serengeti. The area is well-known for the many animals it provides access to because to its expansive meadows. One of the world’s oldest ecosystems, the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania dates back to the early 20th century. It has had a relatively stable climate and vegetation for millions of years.

While the Serengeti is home to a wide variety of animals, the annual great migration is what brings the majority of tourists there. Huge herds of wildebeest migrate each year in search of new grazing land, often accompanied by large herds of zebra and antelope. Both the starting point and ending point of the annual migration are totally weather-dependent.

A hearty dinner and stargazing at Lahia Tented Lodge await you after your game drive

Day 6: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater

Leaving the Serengeti after breakfast, you’ll travel to the Ngorongoro Crater.

Ngorongoro Crater appears to be a long-lost civilization at first glance. Steep volcanic walls conceal a pristine wilderness, complete with rolling savannah, patches of acacia woodland, and shimmering lakes and swamps. The crater formed two to three million years ago as a result of the collapse and explosion of a large volcano.

Getting to the crater floor is an adventure in itself, and once you’re there you’ll find yourself surrounded by hundreds of birds of various species as well as large herds of grazing wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle. Rare black rhinos are occasionally spotted in the crater’s open grasslands, so visiting there is a good idea.

Following a long day exploring the crater, you’ll retire for the night in one of Karatu’s many hotels.

Day 7: Karatu to the Airport

After breakfast, you’ll head to the airport, marking the end of your fantastic honeymoon trip.

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