The different National Parks – Tarangire, Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro – may look close on a map, but there is a considerable amount of driving between each location. Approximate driving times are listed below. While this gives you the opportunity to see more of the Tanzania countryside – look out for Maasai villages beside the road, children tending their herds of goats and cattle, and roadside markets – you will not see any game during these transit times.
We would recommend being up and early for a game drive – around 6am as this time is cooler in the day, the animals are most active, you get ahead of the other tourists and since the park fees are paid by day (end of day being 6pm) then leaving early means you can get the most out of the day. However, as we provide you with a completely customisable itinerary, you are free to choose your schedule depending on your comfort.
Our safari vehicle can accommodate up to 7 people. Every vehicle will have a rooftop and sliding windows for better viewing experience
Yes, of course, and we would highly recommend this as a platform for learning and growth for your little ones.
Casual clothing will do the job – loose-fitting and lightweight clothes are best as it will keep you cool and dry quickly in case of any rains. Do carry a fleece or jacket for chilly cold mornings of game drives. It is best to wear long sleeves at night to protect from mosquitoes. Khaki/neutral colours are best as black can attract tsetse flies and white clothes can often get dirty.