Imagine a six days safari in Northern Tanzania natural beauties. During safari with Safari Eyes, you visit Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro National Parks. You meet the savannah wild animals face-to-face and you can take amazing photos of big predators and Tanzanian landscapes. All this is well organized by a Tour Operator based in Arusha, full board, private guide, exclusive use of the 4×4 jeep and high-quality selected lodges.Why not switch your safari with some Adventure activities or cultural activities?
To walk through the African bush is to experience Africa close-up. Smells are suddenly subtle and varied and every sound has significance.
Birds and butterflies are individuals, noticed and studied, not simply rushed past in the race for the bigger game. And when the larger animals appear, they are met at eye level, standing on the same earth. Safety is not an issue – armed, experienced guides and game rangers accompany all walks. Your camp is packed up and transported to the next location by different methods: pick-up truck, porters or donkeys. The camping style tends to be lightweight and extremely mobile. You will walk for several days, travelling like nomads across the African bush often miles from any roads or tracks.
Is a uniquely beautiful lake lies at 1030m between the Eyasi escarpment ,in the north and the Oldean mountains in the south Eyasi makes a detour on the Ngorongoro trip for any one,looking for something remote and different, the Lake itself varies considerably in the size depending on the rains and supporting a mix of water birds including huge breeding season.
The Masai (or Maasai, Maassai) are nomadic herders that immigrated from northern Africa to East Africa towards the middle of the 16th century. This most well-known ethnic group in East Africa is now located in the Kilimanjaro region, both in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. Currently, there are about 1,000,000 Maasai, equally divided between the two countries.
This safari offers the ideal track to the Untouched South of Tanzania.