Tanzania Northern Circuit to Tarangire and Ngorongoro Crater
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Enjoy 2 days Tanzania trip to Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. Find the best of Tanzania National Parks within 2 days. Discover giant baobab trees is home to Masai giraffes, buffaloes, hartebeest, eland, fringe-eared oryx, the weird-looking long-necked gerenuk, and over 550 species of birds.
🏁 Tour Itinerary: Tanzania Northern Circuit to Tarangire and Ngorongoro Crater
Day 1: Moshi – Tarangire National Park
In the morning you will start your safari with a drive to the Tarangire National Park with packed lunch. The park, roughly the size of Luxemburg, covers an area of approximately 2,600 km². The landscape of savannah, seasonal swamps, and giant baobab trees is home to Masai giraffes, buffaloes, hartebeest, eland, fringe-eared oryx, the weird-looking long-necked gerenuk, and over 550 species of birds. But it is the elephants, Tarangire is famous for and the park, where herds of up to 300 animals roam, is probably one of the best places in East Africa to see them and to get close to these giant creatures. After an extensive game drive, then drive to Panorama Camp Site for dinner and overnight.
🏚️ Accommodation: Panorama Camp Site.
Day 2: Ngorongoro Crater – Moshi
After breakfast drive to Ngorongoro and descend into the crater with packed lunch. Inside the world’s largest caldera, you will see a diversity of wildlife ranging from black rhinos, Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelles, lions, and leopards to elephants and mountain reedbucks in the forests on the slopes. You might also see buffaloes, spotted hyenas, rare wild dogs, and some of the more than 500 bird species of the area. After an intensive game drive and a picnic lunch, you will leave the caldera in the afternoon and travel back to Moshi where you will arrive in the early evening.
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