10 Days Tanzania Safari Tour : When is the best time to visit Tanzania for this 10 days Tanzania tour package? Although this package is offered year-round, the optimum time to visit Tanzania is from June to September. Animals are simple to identify because of the dry season and the sparse foliage. The Great Migration and the Mara River crossing in the Serengeti National Park can both be seen at their best during this period. Since it is the busiest travel period, hotels may be booked months in advance. Because of the primarily cold and dry weather, it is also one of the finest times to travel to Zanzibar Island.

Tarangire national park

The shoulder season, which lasts from October to February, features warmer weather and moderate rainfall. The timing is ideal for seeing birds. When the herds are in the southern Serengeti in January for calving, you can also anticipate seeing a lot of species there. Since it is a slower travel time, hotel rates may be lower than during the busiest times. March to May should be avoided because of the period’s frequent rains because it is a hot and dry time of year. December to February is also an excellent season to visit Zanzibar.


On this 10-day safari through Tanzania, explore all the magnificent parks. from the less well-known, but equally gorgeous Tarangire and Lake Manyara parks to the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater and boundless plains of the renowned Serengeti. Enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the game-rich Ngorongoro Crater floor while watching the Wildebeest Migration, the biggest wildlife extravaganza in the world, in the Serengeti.  You have the freedom to move at your own pace, just how you like it, on this private safari. A private safari vehicle and driver will be provided for you.


On the 1st day of your 10 Days Tanzania Safari Tour, Our team will pick you up at Kilimanjaro International Airport and drive you to your lodging in the well-known neighboring town of Arusha. Lunch will be served once you check in. If you still have energy and desire, you can take a city tour of Arusha where you can enjoy learning about the locals, the local Tanzanian products, and a variety of other things that are offered in the city. The remaining time can be spent at the lodge taking advantage of the activities it offers, such as the swimming pool, massages, or walking tours around the lodge.


After breakfast, your driver/tour guide will pick you up and drive you to Tarangire National Park in the Manyara District. In order of size, Tarangire is Tanzania’s seventh-largest national park, following Nyerere, Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi, and Mkomazi. A game drive through the wilderness will be one of the activities, and you’ll get to witness lions, leopards, and other animals as well as pythons climbing trees. Keep an eye out for the screeching flocks of vibrant yellow-collared lovebirds, as well as the somewhat drabber rufous-tailed weaver and ashy starling, for bird lovers. All of these are unique to Tanzania’s arid savannah region in the north.


On the 3rd day of your 10 Days Tanzania Safari Tour, After breakfast, we’ll head out on a walking safari with an armed professional ranger in tow. There will be another game drive in the Tarangire National Park in the afternoon. Large herds of elephants, lions that can scale trees, and the amazing baobab trees—also known as the Tree of Life because of the nearly mystical significance certain civilizations place on them—may all be found in this park. The Tarangire River, which runs through this park year-round and is the only source of water for wild animals during dry seasons, is its most notable feature.


We will travel to Lake Manyara National Park for another thrilling wildlife drive after breakfast. The picturesque Lake Manyara National Park is what inspired Ernest Hemingway to call it “the loveliest I had seen in Africa.” The ideal place to learn about Tanzania’s birdlife is Manyara. There are more than 400 species known, and if you’re lucky, you might see 100 of them in a single day. The famed tree-climbing lions of Manyara and the massively tusked elephants of the park prefer to hang out in a narrow band of acacia woodland that is located inside the floodplain.


On the 5th day of your 10 Days Tanzania Safari Tour, we will leave for a full-day game drive at the Ngorongoro Conservation Area after breakfast. The famed Ngorongoro Crater is the center of this vast highland region that extends along the Great Rift Valley’s eastern arm. It was created to preserve wildlife and other natural resources rather than being a national park in the traditional meaning of the term. It exists to enhance tourism and protect the rights of indigenous people. Due to the incredible diversity of wildlife in the area, safari goers enjoy the unique opportunity of observing Maasai shepherds with their cattle.

10 Days Tanzania Safari Tour
Rhinos in Ngorongoro


After breakfast, we will leave for the Serengeti National Park, stopping along the way for a picnic lunch and a game drive via Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania’s oldest and most well-known national park. The Serengeti, a UNESCO World Heritage Site recently named the “7th Wonder of the World,” is famous for its annual migration, during which about six million hooves pound the wide plains. See a true case of survival of the fittest as these creatures swim across crocodile-infested waterways between July and October. Before the 1,000 km (600 mile) trek starts anew, the wildebeest gives birth to more than 8,000 calves per day.

With its large herds of buffalo, more intimately sized herds of elephant and giraffe, as well as countless eland, topi, kongoni, impala, and Grant’s gazelle, the Serengeti provides one of the most unique opportunities in all of Africa for watching unusual game.


After breakfast, we’ll go north of the Serengeti to the wilderness for a full day of wildlife viewing while following the Great Migration’s paths. Witness millions of wildebeests, each driven by the same ancient rhythm and performing its instinctive function in the inevitable cycle of life. During a frenzied three-week period of territorial conquests and mating, survival of the fittest is demonstrated as 40km (25 miles) long columns of wildebeests plunge through crocodile-infested waters on their annual migration north.


We’ll go on our final morning game drive in the Serengeti North after breakfast, and then you’ll be taken to the Lobo airstrip to catch your flight back to Arusha. We will transport you to Kilimanjaro International Airport for your trip home once you arrive in Arusha.


  • All Park fees
  • Concession fees
  • Activities
  • Crater fee
  • Private 4×4 safari land cruiser
  • Private English-speaking driver guide
  • Meals and accommodation during the safari
  • Drinking water during the safari
  • Government taxes
  • Pick up and drop off


  • Flights
  • Items of personal nature (laundry, beverages, etc.)
  • Any hotel accommodation before / after the safari
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities

NOTE: “This tour is available year-round and is private. If you require any additional special activities, such as horseback riding, canoeing or boating, a canopy walk, a walking safari, a hot air balloon safari, cycling, or a cultural tour, please let us know so that we may arrange them for you during this time and in the manner of your choice. Moreover, please let us know the type of accommodations you require on this tour, such as budget, mid-range, or luxury, so that we can provide you with a quote”


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