Arusha National Park
First contact with the wildlife. This park comprises three distinct ‘zones’: the Ngurdoto Crater, also known as the ‘mini Ngorongoro’, the shallow, alkaline Momella lake that is fed by underground streams, and the spectacular Mount Meru. Game Drive in the park.

Dinner and overnight : Moivaro Coffee Plantation Lodge 
Arusha / Tarangire
This park is famous for the herds of elephants that come to the river to drink and bathe. The acacia woodland stretches across the park, and grassy savannah and baobab trees, which characterise the park, provide shelter to the wildlife.

Dinner and overnight : Tarangire Sopa Lodge 
Tarangire / Lac Manyara
An ornithological paradise, this national park of 325 km² is located between the cliffs of the Rift Valley and lake Manyara. The beauty and variety of its landscapes, and the abundance of wildlife amply compensate for its small size. Famous for its tree climbing lions, the forest is also home to many primates, and the vegetation is much denser here than in the other parks.

Dinner and overnight : Kirurumu Tented Camp 
Lac Manyara / Ngorongoro
After a sumptuous breakfast, morning game drive. Then we continue on towards one of the most beautiful sites in the country, the Ngorongoro crater, classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

Dinner and overnight : Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge 
Ngorongoro Crater
Early morning descent into the crater. With a diameter of 20 km and a depth of 600 m, this is the largest unbroken caldera in the world. A city the size of Paris would fit easily inside the crater. It is regarded as the eighth wonder of the world.

Dinner and overnight : Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge