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Ngorongoro Crater + Lake Manyara

Ngorongoro crater + Lake Manyara

Day 1: Arusha / Ngorongoro

Take lunch in afternoon at Arusha town (12h45), Arusha is a city located in Northern Tanzania with a large/medium number of population approximately 1,280,000. Where the Mount Meru is located. The City is on the Eastern edge of the Eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley. Arusha has a temperate climate (FAVARABLE CONDITION).

Drive from Arusha / Ngorongoro at 14h00

Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro (19h00)

Time consuming 4hours/210km

Day 2: Ngorongoro/Lake Manyara

Take your Breakfast 07h00.

Crater game driving with picnic lunch at 08h00

This day you will come down 2000 feet – 600 meters, to the floor of the crater for a half a day crater tour. Explore the forest areas and nice landscapes that are inhabited by monkeys and elephant, the lake area, where you may see the flamingos and the open savannah where the lions hunt for food. You will come across hundreds of thousands of plain animals, elephant, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, gazelle, rhino, Drive back to your Hotel for lunch. Drive to Manyara at (15h00).

Time consuming 1hour/70km

Day 3: Lake Manyara/Arusha city

Take your Breakfast 07h00.

Game drive Lake Manyara National park (08h00). This is the lake which is located at the south west of Arusha Tanzania branch of East Africa Great Rift Valey.The 325 sq km park shelters under the massive escarpment of the Rift Valley and consists of five district vegetation zone with wide rate of flora. The park is famous for its tree climbing lions that laze On the branches of acacia trees during the hot day. It has over 350 species of birds, the most profuse and lively being the Flamingos, which at certain season from a solid line of pink for many kilometers down the lake. The Manyara Park whose Inhabitants include hippos, monkeys, flamingos, elephants, buffalos and many other plain games. Take Lunch at your hotel (13h00).Drive back to Arusha city.

Time consuming 2hrs30/130kms

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