Tour program:

  • Arusha Day 1

    Arrival in Arusha, Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO), meeting and departure to Tarangire National Park

    Morning arrival in Arusha, meeting and departure to Tarangire National Park.
    - Safari in Tarangire Park. The park is located in the Masai steppe, which is characterized by hilly terrain with swamps in the lowlands. The Tarangire River flows through the park, from which the reserve takes its name. Animals flock to the river from an area of ​​20 thousand km², including zebras, buffaloes, impalas, gazelles, éland, water goats and others. Among the permanent inhabitants of the park are elephants, as well as gemstones and gerenuki. Trees are a favorite destination for lions, leopards and pythons. During the dry season, thousands of animals from the Masai steppes migrate to the Tarangire region in search of water.

    Accommodation at your lodge:
    budget safari- Crater Rim View Inn - full board meals
    medium safari- Country Lodge Karatu - full board meals
    luxury safari- Ngorongoro Oldeani Mountain Lo - full board meals

  • Ngorongoro Day 2

    Descent to the crater, safari in Ngorongoro

    Descent to the crater, safari in Ngorongoro, the largest inhabited caldera, which is under the protection of UNESCO. Around 25,000 animals live in the crater. You will have a real opportunity to watch all the representatives of the big African five. (lion, elephant, rare black rhino, buffalo and leopard). In addition to large mammals, you will see countless other animals and birds. In the crater there are several different islands of dissimilar vegetation, a small forest, a fresh lake, as well as a soda lake with flamingos. Lunch picnic in the crater.
    Return to Arusha. Flight to Zanzibar Island.
    Accommodation at your choice:
    Kendwa Rocks 4 *, coral bungalow, or similar, food: half board

    Gold Zanzibar 5 *, food: half board
    RUI Place Zanzibar 5 *, food: all inclusive

  • islands Zanzibar Day 3-6

    Four days of relaxation on the coast of the Indian Ocean, Zanzibar

    The island of Zanzibar beckons with its exotic name, and vibrant associations. This is an amazing piece of land on which history has created a unique cocktail of cultures, and time seems to have stopped. Imagine yourself surrounded by snow-white beaches, which are always washed by the warm and gentle ocean, and giant palm trees grow along the coast, and the desire to get to this island takes on quite specific outlines. In addition to the beaches, you will find the historical cultural heritage of the Stone Town, luxurious deep sea fishing, diving, snorkeling, kiting and much more.
    Accommodation at the selected hotel

  • islands Zanzibar Day 7

    Transfer to the airport, departure home

    Airport transfer, departure home

• Arusha

• Safari in Tarangire National Park

• Unique Ngorongoro Wildlife Amphitheater

• Zanzibar Island



Price per person accomodation -


Safari and Zanzibar Accommodation

Low season *


High Season *


budget safari,
4 * Kendwa Rocks HB Hotel or similar

1205 1345

medium safari, hotel 5 * Gold Zanzibar, HB / RIU Zanzibar Palace AI

1544 1964

luxury safari, hotel 5 * Gold Zanzibar, HB / RIU Zanzibar Palace AI

1776 2196

Seasons *

Kendwa Rocks, coral bungalow, HB or similar
Low season (April-June, October-December 15)
High season (December 15 - March, July - September)

Gold Zanzibar, HB
Low season (April-June)
High season (January-March, July - September)


Accommodation according to the program, meals on a safari full board, individual transport and services of an English huntsman on safaris and transfers, accommodation and meals at a selected hotel in Zanzibar, the cost of entrance tickets to national parks, meetings at airports, all transfers.

Not Included

International flight, domestic flight to Zanzibar Island, payment of additional excursions, tips for drivers and guides, drinks, all personal expenses, all other expenses not listed in the program, insurance 1,5 euro. per day.

Safari Car

4x4 Land Cruiser (5-7 seats)
This is a specially equipped safari with a hinged roof. At the crossings between the parks we drive with a closed roof, when we drive into the park and the safari begins, then the guide raises the roof.
Inside, the car interior frame is monolithic, and because of shaking on unpaved roads, this is the safest option.