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  • Day5


    June 7, 2012 in Tanzania

    Miriakamba Hut - Moshi.
    After a good nights rest at Miriakamba Hut we take the direct route down through open grassland and mixed forest, with good chances of seeing wildlife. This trail has excellent views back towards the crater and over the plains of the National Park. We should reach Momella Gate after 2-3 hours walking. Once you reach the end of the climb you will be transferred to your hotel for a celebratory dinner and a welcome shower.Read more

  • Day4

    Day 2: Dar es Salaam to Kilimanjaro

    March 8, 2011 in Tanzania

    Free continental breakfast of bread, jam, egg and sugar banana from the hotel. Hung around for a bit before heading to the airport.

    Yesterday's comments about light traffic can be disregarded, as I'd forgotten it was Sunday! Today (Monday) is very different! Lots more cars, bikes, buses, bicycles, rickshaws, pedestrians etc. A lot more people hanging around, they don't seem unemployed but sometimes it's hard to tell!

    The people here aren't that friendly but they aren't unfriendly either. We've been stared at a few times, but nobody is overtly hostile. Everyone is surprisingly well-dressed, most men over 30 wear ironed business shirts while the younger men wear t-shirts or replica English football shirts. Even saw one guy wearing a Sydney Olympics volunteer shirt! Lots of children in their school uniforms early in the morning. A couple of beggars here and there but employment seems reasonably high. At least in the capital anyway there's a bit of money around, but no doubt it will be different in Moshi. Most people are pretty laid-back lackadaisical, and patient. As long as you're not in a hurry it's fine.

    Currently at the airport for our flight to Kili. Not sad to see the back of Dar but it seems like an OK place. Wouldn't want to spend more than a day or two here though.

    The flight to Kili airport was very uneventful. Plane was only half full with mostly tourists. Bags arrived pretty promptly and our transfer man was there to greet us. All fears were unsubstantiated! The drive to Springlands Hotel took an hour - very confronting with lots of locals living in poverty on the sides of the road.

    Thankfully Springlands was pretty nice, though they gave us a triple room, not a double room. And there's blackouts every few days. Used the net briefly and had a short swim before the briefing at 5pm.

    Our guides are Hasani and Mika. Their English isn't great and we didn't get a great first impression. After the briefing and dinner we finalised our packing and got an early night. Very restless sleep though - some nerves and jetlag woke me up at 2am and not much sleep after that.
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  • Day8

    Feiern in Moshi und weiter nach Kenia

    January 6, 2015 in Tanzania

    Autor: Sandra
    Zurück in der Zivilisation freut man sich auf was am meisten (kleiner Tipp: nach einer Woche ohne Dusche)??? Genau. Die Freude auf die warme Dusche währte allerdings nicht lange, da in Tansania ja nicht alles so läuft wie geplant. D.h. der Erste (Bastian) hatte noch warmes Wasser... Naja, Hauptsache es floss überhaupt noch ein Tropfen. Danach gab es mit unserem Guide und Eva (die wir während des Trekks häufig getroffen haben) noch ein traditionelles Abschiedsessen. Nach einer kurzen Ortserkundung [Anm. ich: wir haben uns den Bahnhof angeguckt....] ging es dann ins Bett, da es am nächsten morgen weiter nach Kenia ging.
    Nächster Tag: Morgens halb 4 in Afrika: Wer da gerade die Melodie "Naaaaaaaaants ingonyama bagithi baba" im Kopf hat: Weit gefehlt. Grillenzirpen, mein Cousin Jan frühstückt seine Banane und unser Fahrer ist weit und breit nicht zu sehen. Nach über einer Stunde und mehreren Telefonaten fliegen wir im Affenzahn durch die Afrikanische Nacht zum Flughafen und bekommen tatsächlich noch unseren Flug mit der Precision Air nach Nairobi. Aber wie sagt man so schön "Pole Pole" (langsam, langsam). Hakuna Matata!
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  • Day4

    MOSHI - 2 Day Trip - Nachmittag

    February 3 in Tanzania

    Nach dem Mittagessen sind wir zu den „Ndoro Waterfalls“ gefahren. Um aber wirklich an den Wasserfall zu gelangen, muss man ca.30 min in das Tal wandern. Das war es völlig wert denn bei 30 Grad in dem kühlen Wasser zu baden war so erfrischend!
    Nach dem wir alle wieder frisch im Auto saßen ging es nun zu dem Eingang einer unterirdischen Höhle/Gänge von den „Chagga“. Die wurden vor einiger Zeit errichtet als die Maasai die Chagga jagten und töteten. Diese Gänge sind ca.16 km lang, in 3-4 Meter Tiefe und gerade mal 1 Meter hoch. Dies wurde so errichtet, da Maasai springend angreifen und das in dieser Enge nicht geht. Michael hat uns einiges über diesen Streit erklärt und es war wirklich sehr interessant.
    Danach ging es in ein kleines Dorf um frisches Bananenbier und -wein zu probieren. Das Bier hat sehr seltsam geschmeckt, allerdings war der Wein gar nicht so schlecht!
    Gegen abends ging es dann ins „Paradise Hostel“ in Moshi. Das Abendessen war wie fast immer Pommes mit Gemüse und Früchten. Das Hostel war sehr sauber und schön angelegt. Wir haben uns aber vor allem über die 5 (warmen) Duschen gefreut.
    Morgen geht es dann zu den heißen Quellen!

    (Der Footprint ist am Paradise Hostel gesetzt)
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  • Day2


    February 6, 2017 in Tanzania

    Day 1:

    So after consuming a lot of gin I touched down in the tiny airport that is Kilimanjaro. Immigration was a breeze even though you have to go through four different people which I’m sure could have all been done by one person.

    I had a lovely taxi driver that took me to my hostel. We found common ground by talking about football to which he mentioned that his brother played for the national team and was lucky enough to play against Brazil when they were over for the South African world cup which is pretty cool. I eventually dozed off in the back until we arrived at the hostel.

    I had booked a dorm but the place was so quiet they offered me a private room for the same price which was a great start to the trip. I was ready to crash but I was also starving so I ordered lunch. As expected it took an age for the food to arrive but it was worth the wait. The veg curry I had ordered was just like mum’s cooking.

    After eating I went to bed for a much needed nap. I woke up again at 4pm and had the urge to explore. I took a stroll into town which was a 30 minute walk. As soon as I got into town I was approached by two guys. I read that it was rude not to exchange pleasantries when someone speaks to you so I ended up having a very long conversation which eventually resulted them trying to sell me some paintings. I should have seen this coming but I hadn’t travelled in two years so I was a little rusty. I tried to fob them off by saying I was in town to get money as I had just arrived. Big mistake. They then wanted to show me the nearest ATM which was across the road. So I went with them but I lied that my card wasn’t working and that I needed to head back to the hostel to ring the bank as they have blocked it. This didn’t work the persistent buggers, they insisted that I try the Barclays ATM as this always works with the foreigners. We walked at least a mile and as I didn’t know the town I had no idea where I was being led and if I was going to be mugged. Luckily I saw the blue sign and went in and pulled the same trick. This time I insisted that I needed to get back and sort this issue out with my bank. They looked visibly pissed but such is life. I then walked away and went a different way to avoid them following me. I’m glad this happened as I was still green from not backpacking in such a long time and this was the wakeup call I needed to not be so naive.

    I actually needed money so I found another bank and proceeded to explore the town. Moshi was tiny and I had seen everything in a couple hours and had my bearings. On my way back to the hostel I bumped into the two guys again with a bottle of water in one hand and a packet of biscuits sticking out of my pocket so obviously I had some money to buy this stuff. They asked if I had any money to give them as they were not able to sell anything due to the low season and they needed the cash to get home. I apologised and said I still hadn’t got back to the hostel to speak to the bank and parted ways, phew.

    That evening I ended up eating at this vegetarian Indian restaurant that was highly recommended on Tripadvisor. The food was exactly like mum’s cooking, from the filo pastry samosas to the roti’s. I had eaten a lot in India but the food was never quite like home but my mum was born and raised in Tanzania so it started to make sense that her cooking had a different twist to it.

    Back at the hostel I met one of the guests who was from South Korea. He ended up being an NFL fan and even better a Patriots fan so we instantly hit it off. He was a really interesting guy that was studying Farsi and had spent some time living in Iran. We spent a long time talking about languages and he taught me some basic Swahili words to get by which I am very thankful for.

    Day 2:

    I woke up a little late in the morning and had missed the time for breakfast which was something like 8am. So I thought I’d head to a coffee shop however on my way out the receptionist stopped me and said that they would bring out breakfast for me which was incredibly nice of them. The staff were fairly quiet because I don’t think their English was great but they were lovely and very helpful. I ended up sitting with two American’s called Dave who were planning to climb Kilimanjaro too. One of the Dave’s had a tour company in Tanzania and had been selling Kilimanjaro holiday’s but has never done it himself. We spoke about what we were getting ourselves into but no one had any idea what was in store for us. One of their guides arrived to give them a briefing but I had a chance to chat with him to get some advice. He had climbed up Kilimanjaro for the last ten years so this guy knew what he was doing. The key thing he said was it’s all in the head which is what the guy in the pub said too. I had no idea what this meant but he used the phrase, “love the mountain and the mountain will love you back. If you think of the mountain as torture then the mountain will make you struggle.” So what I got from that was, positive thinking, even if your leg is falling off.

    Whilst chatting to the Dave’s, Rik’s friend Raj arrived. We had spoken a bit on WhatsApp in our Kilimanjaro group but I had no idea how he knew Rik. He had got the same flight as me but a day later so like me he pretty much crashed as soon as he dumped his bag. I thought I’d head back into Moshi and get my caffeine fix. I headed to Café Union and my word this was one of the best coffees I have ever had. It was so unexpected to get a perfectly brewed coffee in Tanzania. They roasted the beans on site so I should have assumed they knew what they were doing.

    Raj ended up meeting me in town and we walked around a bit getting to know each other. He actually knew Rik from his time in Malawi. He went out there to volunteer as an accountant and met Rik at his lodge which was a part of the same company.

    When we got back to the hostel, Rik and his cousin Hiten had arrived. We caught up over dinner then it was time for bed. No one was keen to drink with Kilimanjaro fast approaching.
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  • Day1

    Boma Road Moshi Kilimanjaro

    January 18 in Tanzania

    1 day Machame Gate to Machame Camp
    Elevation (ft): 5,400ft to 9,400ft , Distance: 11 km , Hiking Time: 5-7 hours , Habitat: Rain Forest
    The drive from Moshi to the Mount Kilimanjaro National Park Gate takes about 50 minutes. The journey passes through the village of Machame which is located on the lower slopes of the mountain. We now leave the park gate and walk through the rain forest on a winding trail up a ridge. Lower down, the trail can be muddy and slippery. Gaiters and trekking poles are a good idea here. We continue a short distance until we reach the Machame Camp.

    2 day Machame Camp to Shira Camp
    Elevation (ft): 9,400ft to 12,500ft , Distance: 5 km , Hiking Time: 4-6 hours , Habitat: Moorland
    After breakfast, we leave the glades of the rain forest and continue on an ascending path, crossing the little valley walking along a steep rocky ridge, covered with heather, until the ridge ends. The route now turns west onto a river gorge. Time for rest, dinner, and overnight at the Shira campsite.

    3 days Shira Camp to Lava Tower to Barranco Camp
    Elevation (ft): 12,500ft to 13,000ft ,Distance: 10 km ,Hiking Time: 6-8 hours , Habitat: Semi Desert
    From the Shira Plateau, we continue to the east up a ridge, passing the junction towards the peak of Kibo. As we continue, our direction changes to the South East towards the Lava Tower, called the "Shark's Tooth." Shortly after the tower, we come to the second junction which brings us up to the Arrow Glacier at an altitude of 16,000ft. We now continue down to the Barranco Hut at an altitude of 13,000ft. Here we rest, enjoy dinner, and overnight. Although you end the day at the same elevation as when you started, this day is very important for acclimatization and will help your body prepare for summit day.

    4 days Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp
    Elevation (ft): 13,000ft to 13,100ft , Distance: 5 km , Hiking Time: 4-5 hours ,Habitat: Alpine Desert
    After breakfast, we leave Barranco and continue on a steep ridge passing the Barranco Wall, to the Karanga Valley campsite. This is a short day meant for acclimatization.

    5 days Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp
    Elevation (ft): 13,100ft to 15,300ft ,Distance: 4 km,Hiking Time: 4-5 hours ,Habitat: Alpine Desert
    After breakfast, we leave Karanga and hit the junction which connects with the Mweka Trail. We continue up to the Barafu Hut. At this point, you have completed the South Circuit, which offers views of the summit from many different angles. Here we make camp, rest, enjoy dinner, and prepare for the summit day. The two peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo are to be seen from this position.

    6 days Barafu Camp to Summit to Mweka Hut
    Elevation (ft): 15,300ft to 1345ft (and down to 10,000ft) ,Distance: 5 km… ascent / 12 km descent ,Hiking Time: 7-8 hours ascent / 4-6 hours descent ,Habitat:
    Very early in the morning (midnight to 2am), we continue our way to the summit between the Rebmann and Ratzel glaciers. You head in a northwesterly direction and ascend through heavy scree towards Stella Point on the crater rim. This is the most mentally and physically challenging portion of the trek.At Stella Point (18,600 ft), you will stop for a short rest and will be rewarded with the most magnificent sunrise you are ever likely to see (weather permitting). From Stella Point, you may encounter snow all they way on your 1-hour ascent to the summit. At Uhuru Peak, you have reached the highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro and the continent of Africa. Faster hikers will see the sunrise from the summit.From the summit, we now make our descent continuing straight down to the Mweka Hut camp site, stopping at Barafu for lunch. You will want gaiters and trekking poles for the loose gravel going down. Mweka Camp is situated in the upper forest and mist or rain can be expected in the late afternoon. Later in the evening, we enjoy our last dinner on the mountain and a well-earned sleep.

    7 days Mweka Camp to Moshi
    Elevation (ft): 10,000ft to 5,400ft ,Distance: 10 km ,Hiking Time: 3-4 hours ,Habitat: Rain Forest
    After breakfast, we continue the descent down to the Mweka Park Gate to receive your summit certificates. At lower elevations, it can be wet and muddy. Gaiters and trekking poles will help. Shorts and t-shirts will probably be plenty to wear (keep rain gear and warmer clothing handy).
    From the gate, you continue another hour to Mweka Village. A vehicle will meet you at Mweka village to drive you back to hotel in Moshi.
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  • Day1

    Boma Road Moshi Kilimanjaro

    February 9 in Tanzania

    Day 1: Arrival Day
    Our Driver will be waiting at Kilimanjaro International Airport, and then he will give a brief about the safari trip and all necessary information that will guide you during the safari, after the briefing he will take you to the hotel, where you will have dinner and overnight also prepare for the next morning drive to Manyara National Park

    Day 2: Manyara National Park
    After breakfast, we will drive to Lake Manyara. The Park derives its name from the Maasai word Manyara, which is the name for the plant Euphorbia Tirucalli, a plant the Maasai people use to grow livestock stockades. Lake Manyara National Park, a safari paradise that provides the perfect introduction to Tanzania’s birdlife, More than 400 species have been recorded, and even a first-time visitor to Africa might reasonably expect to observe 100 of these in one day. This enchanting park is noted for its beauty and incredibly lush acacia forest of giant fig and mahogany trees, which are home to troops of baboons and blue monkeys. The park is also home to a large numbers of buffalos, giraffes, elephants, impalas and a Hippo lake, where large numbers of hippos usually gather.
    Well known for its birds, Lake Manyara is one of the few places where you'll be able to see the Ground Hornbill and the Crested Eagle. This park has become famous for the climbing lions and the flamingos in the lake shore. The game drives are done along the shore of the lake, providing incredible views of animals in the foreground with the lake, flamingos and flat plains in the horizon

    Day 3: Ngorongoro Crater
    early morning, after breakfast we do game drive to spot the animals when they are more active and also to have a fantastic sun rise. After the game drive followed by a transfer to Ngorongoro, the 8th natural wonder of the world. With walls 2,000 ft high and a crater floor that spreads for 102 sq. miles, the crater is a virtual Noah's Ark, inhabited by almost every species of wildlife indigenous to East Africa including the rare black rhino. In fact, the crater has the greatest concentration of wild life in the planet. It contains a river, a soda lake that, from the top, looks like steam, full of flamingoes, a forest and open plains.
    The large bull elephants that reside here have extremely large tusk, due to the rich mineral content of the volcanic soil and its grasses. Today you will descend 2000 feet (over 600 meters) to the floor of the crater for a half day crater tour. Explore the forest areas that are inhabited by monkeys and elephants, the lake area, where you may see the flamingos and the open savannah where the lions hunt for food. We do picnic Lunch and later evening later, drive back to Arusha. Transferred to Airport catch your flight back Home.
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    Boma Road Moshi Kilimanjaro

    February 9 in Tanzania

    Day 1: Serengeti National Park
    Pick up from the Hotel in Arusha at 0800am and drive to the Great Serengeti National Park with your Picnic Lunch Packed and game drives en route via Ngorongoro Crater rim.

    Serengeti National Park is a home to lion, leopard, Elephant, Cheetah, Buffalo, Zebra, Wildebeest, Eland, Wild dog, Gazelles, Crocs and more. Lot of birds includes the Eurasia migrants.

    You will head to the central park area, known as the Seronera area, one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park, featuring the Seronera River, which provides a valuable water source to this area and therefore attracts wildlife well representative of most of the Serengeti's species. We arrive at the camp in time for lunch.

    Kati Kati a mobile tented camp located in Central Serengeti strategically located to cover the vast Serengeti Plains. The camp offers comfortable accommodation and a unique opportunity to enjoy a real safari camp experience. The camp is only a two hour scenic drive from Olduvai Gorge Museum and Grummet River.
    • Main destination: Serengeti National Park
    • Accommodation: Kati Kati Tented Camp Mid-range tented camp located inside Serengeti NP
    • Meals & drinks: All meals included soft Drinks

    Day 2: Serengeti National Park
    Early in the morning depart for a game drive coming back for breakfast after breakfast you will decide to either go back and do a full day at the Park on game drives where you will have picnic lunch at a designated area then continue with your game watching. Or you can enjoy morning hours at leisure and depart for afternoon drive. Overnight at Kati Kati Tented Camp.
    • Main destination: Serengeti National Park
    • Accommodation: Kati Kati Tented CampMid-range tented camp located inside Serengeti NP
    • Meals & drinks: FB

    Day 3: Ngorongoro conservancy
    Wake up and have breakfast then you will check out. You will have game viewing en route to Ngorongoro Crater.
    Ngorongoro Crater the largest unbroken caldera in the world has an area of 260 kilometers and a depth of 610 meters. The crater provides a protected habitat for thousands of mammals and birds. On the crater floor you will see just to name a few lion, hyena, wildebeest, zebra, black rhinoceros, and many species of small antelopes.
    The Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area is located between the Serengeti and Lake Manyara; it is the largest unbroken caldera in the world.

    Arrive in time for lunch check in relax then enjoy your afternoon game drive inside the caldera.
    • Main destination: Ngorongoro Crater
    • Accommodation: Rhino LodgeMid-range lodge located inside Ngorongoro
    • Meals & drinks: FB

    Day 4: Enjoy Ngorongoro
    Wake up early morning for breakfast then at 0730hours drive to Ngorongoro Crater where you will descend into the Crater floor (19.2 km of diameter, 610m deep, 304 sq km) for game drives. All the Big five Rhino Lion, Leopard, Buffalo and Elephant live in this wonderful caldera, others are Zebra, Hippo, Wildebeest, Hyena and more…

    Birds includes flamingos on the Soda lake, Geese, Storks, Vultures and more.. Break for lunch at Ngoitoktok spring Picnic sites it will be an unforgettable experience.

    After a picnic lunch proceeds with fame viewing while ascending the Crater and drive back to Arusha for the drop off at Hotel.
    This will mark end of your safari. From all of us at Acheche we say Asante - Thank you in Swahili.
    • Main destination: Arusha
    • Accommodation: End of tour (no accommodation)
    • Meals & drinks: Breakfast, Lunch & soft Drinks (dinner not included)
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    Boma Road Moshi Kilimanjaro

    February 9 in Tanzania

    Day 1: Moshi – Lake Manyara
    Non-game viewing travel time: 3½ hours
    Distance: 197 km
    Pick up from Moshi and transfer to Lake Manyara national park.
    We arrive in time for lunch at the lodge and after lunch do we head into the Lake Manyara National Park for an afternoon game drive. This national park is one of Tanzania’s most dramatically located wildlife areas, consisting of a massive but shallow soda lake (covering two-thirds of the park), located at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. The park’s varied habitat attracts a wide variety of animals, including one of Africa’s largest concentrations of elephants, Lake Manyara’s unique tree-climbing lions, as well as large flocks of flamingos attracted by the algae in the lake.
    Dinner and overnight as per the standard and type of accommodation option requested.

    Day 2: Lake Manyara – Serengeti Plains
    Non-game viewing travel time: 6 hours
    Distance: 205 km
    After breakfast, we head towards the Serengeti National Park, via the beautiful high lying farmland of Karatu and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Leaving the highlands behind, we descend into the heart of wild Africa, the Serengeti National Park with its endless plains, rolling into the distance as far as the eye can see. We head to the central park area, known as the Seronera area, one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park, featuring the Seronera River, which provides a valuable water source to this area and therefore attracts wildlife well representative of most of the Serengeti’s species.
    We arrive in time for lunch and enjoy an afternoon game drive in the Serengeti national park.
    Dinner and overnight in the Seronera area, as per the standard and type of accommodation option requested.

    Day 3: Serengeti Plains
    Non-game viewing travel time: None
    Distance: None
    be one of only a few fortunate people to glide in a Hot Air Balloon over the Serengeti Plains (available at supplementary cost by pre-arrangement). Floating silently above the awakening bush, while spotting wildlife and enjoying the amazing scenery of Africa, across rivers and over numerous small villages.
    We do an after-breakfast game viewing drive along the Sogore River Circuit, which loops into the plains south of the Seronera River, and which is good for possible Lion, Thomson gazelle, topi, ostrich and cheetah sightings. The Visitor Centre close to the Serengeti Seronera Lodge and public campsites is well worth a visit after the morning’s game drive. This nicely designed centre offers some interesting wildlife displays as well as a gift shop selling information leaflets and maps of the area. The centre also has a shop where cold drinks and snacks can be purchased, as well as a picnic area and information trail up and around a nearby kopje. We will enjoy a relaxed picnic lunch at the centre in the shade of the giant acacia trees.
    In the afternoon, we will follow the Kopjes Circuit, which goes anti-clockwise around the Maasai Kopjes, which usually attract a number of lion and some formidably large cobras. Kopjes are weathered granite outcrops, scattered around the plains, most of which are miniature ecosystems, providing shade and drinking water in pools left in the rock after the rains. This makes the kopjes particularly good for spotting wildlife in the dry seasons – including lions, which like to lie in wait for animals coming to drink!
    Dinner and overnight in the Seronera area, as per the standard and type of accommodation option requested.

    Day 4: Serengeti Plains – Ngorongoro crater
    Non-game viewing travel time: 4 hours
    Distance: 145 km
    after breakfast at the lodge do we depart to Ngorongoro Conservation area. We will stopover at Olduvai Gorge, boasting with a history dating back to the dawn of time. It was here, that the anthropologists Drs. Lois and Mary Leakey discovered the skulls of ‘Nutcracker Man’ and ‘Handy Man’, both very significant links in the chain of human evolution.
    We arrive in time for lunch at the lodge and after lunch we will descend over 600 meters into the crater to view wildlife for a half day’s safari. Supported by a year-round water supply and fodder, the Ngorongoro National Park supports a vast variety of animals, which include herds of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, eland, warthog, hippo, and giant African elephants. Another big draw card to this picturesque national park, is it’s dense population of predators, which include lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs and the ever-elusive leopard, which sometimes requires a trained eye to spot. We will visit Lake Magadi, a large but shallow alkaline lake in the southwestern corner, which is one of the main features of the crater. A large number of flamingos, hippos and other water birds can usually be seen here.
    Dinner and overnight as per the standard and type of accommodation option requested.

    Day 5: Ngorongoro crater – Moshi
    Non-game viewing travel time: 4 hours
    Distance: 233 km
    Enjoy breakfast, after which we will transfer back to Moshi. Upon arrival in Mohi will we have lunch and then we will end our safari adventure. The group should tip the guide around $20 a day. You will be taken to your hotel, which ends our safari services.
    *It is possible to have an additional half day game drive at Ngorongoro conservation area if you are not restricted to an early departure time, please note additional cost will apply.
    Please note this itinerary is subject to change with or without prior notice according to local conditions / park rules. The order of places visited could also be changed according to the guide’s decision.
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