9 Days of Safari Combined with Tribes in the Famous Northern National parks of Tanzania.
This tour will include a visit to Tarangire National Parks, commonly referred to as the kingdom of elephants, The Ngorongoro conservation area and the crater where wild animals live in harmony with the Maasai people.
Also you will Visit the Serengeti national park, which is the home of the most spectacular event in the world, “The Big Migration”. On this park you will spend most of the time photographing around the Ndutu lake Area during the calving period. February March each year.
Arrive at Kilimanjaro Airport and after a border police transfer and a $ 50 visa payment, pick up for a rest after a flight to downtown Arusha near open markets where we will tour this afternoon with a first impression guide from Africa.
Overnight at VENUS PREMIER HOTEL
On the way you will have a chance to see the local colorful market entering the Africa atmosphere.
Morning after breakfast your tour guide and driver for the next 9 days will meet you with our special safari car, equipped with a refrigerator and outlets for charging electric and portable electric devices, wifi for the entire trip, mineral water 3 liter per day per person, and a daily hot bush lunch serve in a high standard.
A vehicle with 7 seats, but no more than 4 people will be in the vehicle for photographers’ trip, allowing more space for each photographer.
heading for safari in the elephant kingdom’s Tarangire national park, bird paradise and a host of predators and all big cats. 7 hours in Tarangire between the giant Baobab trees. Around 17:30 leaving the park and after 1.5 hour arriving to the charming lodge
Early breakfast and a short drive towards the Ngorongoro Area. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is home to a number of famous attractions.
1) The Ngorongoro Crater (Caldera) formed from a collapse of a volcano which, after the eruption, remained hollow beneath the rock and the mountain ceiling collapsed to form a very fertile volcanic soil crater.
The Crater is full with salt and fresh lakes and a huge variety of birds and the vast richness of the most dense mammals of all the world’s wildlife reserves. The crater is very protected and therefore the option to get off the paths is forbidden, so photography may not necessarily be from a very close distance, but still with the variety and the large number of animals, many of them will be very close to you.
The Crater is the only national park where you might see all the BIG 5
Elephants, lions, buffalo, leopards and rhinos, but need some luck to see them all.
Two Morona ( Maasai fighters) look out at the crater from their flock of herds
2) The Masai tribe according to their history wandered from the Sinai Desert (Sinai in the Masai language it desert) along the Nile some stopped in Ethiopia and Sudan leaving relatives, continued to the Lake Victoria area and from there because the area was occupied they migrated to the vast pastures of Nairobi, Masai Mara, Serengeti and the Ngorongoro area all Maasai names. That is called until today the Massai Land.
The Maasai tribes whose main occupation is the cattle herds when reached the Serengeti and Ngorongoro plains decided to stop and settle in the place. And why?
They found out that the Ngorongoro and South Serengeti plains having the most fertile grass, due to the volcanic eruption that enrich the soil with minerals,
That is also the reason that the Gnu big migration herds and the Zebra have chosen the vast fertile plains of Ngorongoro and South Serengeti as the calving place, since the fertile grass enrich the milk the calves drink and make them healthier and stronger for the journey that will start on April to the North.