Tarangire National Park Tarangire National Park covers an undulating area of 2,850 km2 (1,100 miz) and is an easy few hours drive from Arusha. Famous for its giant baobabs, savannahs with scattered termite mounds, and large elephant herds, this underrated park is dominated by the perennial
Tarangire River.

Ngorongoro Crater A veritable Garden of Eden, the Ngorongoro Crater is only 260 km2 (100mi2) in size yet has some of the highest densities of lion and spotted hyena found anywhere in the world. The view from the crater rim at 2,000 feet above the floor is nothing short of breathtaking. The thick mountain forests of the crater highlands strike a sharp contrast with the short grass plains of the crater floor with its yellow fever Acacia woodlands and streams. The soda lake Magadi in
the center of the crater floor sometimes attracts lesser flamingos, and the area is known for very large tusked elephants, black rhino, and great
predator action.

Zanzibar Just a short flight from the Tanzania mainland lies the idyllic Indian Ocean archipelago of Zanzibar. Famous for intoxicating aromas of spices, beautiful white sand beaches, and warm turquoise waters, the heart of the island is undoubtedly Stone Town, a fascinating step back in time with narrow winding streets, Swahili traders and local fisherman, and the daily call to
prayer in this predominantly muslim town.

This cost includes: Full board accommodation and all meals, all airport and road transfers, all safari game drives and activities, direct flight to Zanzibar, personal vehicle and driver/guide, park and
conservation fees.
This cost does not include: International flights, trip cancellation and health insurance, any options not described in the itinerary, alcoholic and soft drinks, visa
and passport fees, gratuities.