In the cool morning air, just after the sun has risen, the savanna lands of Northern Tanzania come alive. Colorful lilac-breasted rollers sing their songs as herds of zebra wake to graze on the green grasses. Lions survey the plains from rocky outcrops, while leopards stalk through the bush. Hyenas cackle. A herd of elephants, heading down to the watering hole for a drink, may cross right in front of your vehicle.
Experience a richer taste of the quintessential Tanzanian safari, as you travel through the three great national parks that make up Tanzania’s world famous Northern Circuit. Begin in Tarangire National Park – known as the place of elephants – before making your way to Ngorongoro Crater where countless species are easily spotted in the short grasses at the bottom of the Crater. Finally, conclude your journey in the Serengeti where big cats are king and wildebeest roam across the plains. Embrace the majesty and calm of the wilderness, while being comfortable in stylish camps and lodges.
Onsea House Machweo - Arusha
Little Oliver's Camp - Tarangire NP
Plantation Lodge - Ngorongoro
Namiri Plains - Serengeti National Park
Lake Masek Tented Camp - Serengeti NP