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7-Day Cultural Safari Prices Lake Manyara, Lake Eyasi, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater With Each Activities

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Many people think that a 1 week wildlife vacation can't fulfill your travel journey, but Tanzania can really fulfill it! And it is shockingly affordable! Here is the 7-day Cultural Safari prices Lake Manyara, Lake Eyasi, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater.

Safari Entrance Fee

Serengeti National Park: (Adult=$60) (Child=$20) Ngorongoro Crater: (Adult=$60) (Child=$20) Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks: (Adult=$45) (Child=$15).

Day 1- Moshi To Lake Manyara

The Great Rift Valley, which is thickly forested
The Great Rift Valley, which is thickly forested

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Non game-viewing travel time: 4 hours

Distance: 190 km

At around 07.00am, we leave Moshi and drive for one and a half hours to Arusha town. Arusha Town is our first stop for any last minute shopping before we go on safari to Lake Manyara National Park, which will take two hours.

In the afternoon, we go on a game drive in Lake Manyara National Park. We'll have lunch at the lodge and then go on a game drive again. Tanzania's Lake Manyara National Park is one of the country's best-known wildlife areas. It has a huge but shallow soda lake that covers two-thirds of the park and is at the foot of the Great Rift Valley's western escarpment. The park is home to a wide range of African animals, including one of Africa's largest concentrations of elephants, Manyara's famous tree-climbing lions, and large flocks of flamingos that are drawn to the algae in the lake.

Day 2- Lake Manyara To Lake Eyasi

Lake Eyasi, with tall grasses and trees and a wooden boat beside it
Lake Eyasi, with tall grasses and trees and a wooden boat beside it

Non game-viewing travel time: 2½ hours

Distance: 110 km

Drive to the shore of Lake Eyasi after breakfast. We arrive for lunch.

Lake Eyasi is a beautiful, salty lake that is found on the southern border of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It is a very pretty place to see. This less-known lake is at the base of the Eyasi cliff on the western rift valley wall. People from an indigenous group called the 'Hadzabe' will show up this afternoon. They are very special, and they live in a very unique way (hunter-gatherer bushmen). The tribe lives on the shores of Lake Eyasi, just like the Datoga tribe, which speaks Nilotic.

People from these tribes will show you around their homes, teach you about how they live and hunt animals, show you how to make medicines with herbs from plants, and much more. During walks around the lake, you can see some wildlife and a lot of different kinds of birds. This can be done.

Day 3- Lake Eyasi To Ngorongoro

The Hadzabe and Datonga tribe in Ngorongoro with white girls
The Hadzabe and Datonga tribe in Ngorongoro with white girls

Non game-viewing travel time: 4 hours

Distance: 150 km

Early in the morning, we go to the village to hunt with the Hadzabe and Datonga tribes. This is not just a show. The bushmen use these skills to stay alive, and you'll need to be very alert and sometimes very quiet as they show you how they use locally made poisons to incapacitate the poor creatures on which they rely for food.

To start the day, we have a late breakfast at the lodge. Then, we drive to the Ngongoro Conservation Area.

Take a drive to a Masai Village in the late afternoon. Visitor get a sense of the Masai way of life, see the bomas, learn about their prized cattle, and see the school.

Day 4- Ngorongoro To Serengeti

Nut cracker man skull in Olduvai Gorge Serengeti
Nut cracker man skull in Olduvai Gorge Serengeti

Non game-viewing travel time: 4 hours

Distance: 145 km

It's time for breakfast at the lodge, and then we'll go down into the crater to see wildlife for a half-day tour. The Ngorongoro Crater is home to a wide range of animals, including herds of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, eland, warthog, hippopotamus, and huge African elephants. It has a year-round water supply and a lot of food for the animals. Another thing that makes this national park so beautiful is that it has a lot of predators, like lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs, and leopards.

When we visit Lake Magadi, we'll see one of the most important parts of the crater: a large alkaline lake in the south-west corner. There are usually a lot of flamingos, hippos, and other water birds in this part of the world.

People who have been on this trip have lunch at the lodge. Then, they drive to the Serengeti National Park, which is full of history that goes back as far as the beginning of time. When anthropologists Lois and Mary Leakey were there, they found the skulls of the "Nutcracker Man" and "Handy Man." These skulls are important because they show how humans evolved. For a while, we'll be high up in the hills. Then we'll fall down into Africa's wild heart: the Serengeti National Park. It's a huge area of land that goes on and on and on, stretching as far as the eye can see. Take a late game drive on the way to the lodge.

Day 5- Serengeti

The Lions prides with their cubs in Serengeti
The Lions prides with their cubs in Serengeti

Day 5 is the perfect day for you to go on a Hot Air Balloon flight that you won't forget, then have a delicious champagne breakfast (available at a supplementary cost, but can be booked in advance). For our game drives in the morning and afternoon, we go to the south-eastern side of the park, where we visit the Barafu Kopjes and the Ngare Nanyuki River area first. After breakfast, we drive around the park.

There are lion prides all over the area. The Barafu Kopjes are the best place to look for cheetahs. The Ngare Nanyuki River area is also well known for having a lot of game in it.

Day 6- Serengeti To Lake Manyara

The Gibbs Farm at Lake Manyara with relaxing chairs on grasses
The Gibbs Farm at Lake Manyara with relaxing chairs on grasses

Non game-viewing travel time: 6 hours

Distance: 205 km

Before breakfast, go on a game drive. Our first stop will be the Lake Manyara National Park, where we'll have breakfast and then go. Visit and eat lunch at Gibbs farm, a small lodge on the slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater.

Day 7-Lake Manyara To Moshi

Moshi Town just before sunset
Moshi Town just before sunset

Non game-viewing travel time: 4 hours

Distance: 200 km

Then after breakfast, we'll go to the local market and villages around Karatu. We'll get to know the people in the area and learn about their culture, farming, and history.

For lunch, we go back to the lodge. Then, we drive back to Moshi town, where our African safari adventure comes to an end.

The group should give the guide about $ 20 to $ 30 per day in tips. To end our safari, we will drive you to your hotel.

It is important to note that this itinerary is subject to change at any time due to local conditions or park rules in the area where you are. The order in which the places are visited could also be changed by the guide.

Rate Includes

• All meals and overnight as per the above program

• Park entrance and Crater service fees

• Transport in safari 4×4 Land cruiser jeep with professional English-speaking driver guide

• Concession fees

• Government taxes

• All airport transfers

• Unlimited bottled drinking water during safari

• Free WiFi on jeep

• Visit to Mto Wa Mbu village cultural tour program and Bushmen of Lake Eyasi

Departure Dates

The departure dates for all of our safaris and tours can be changed to meet your own personal needs (subject to availability). Please get in touch with us for more and more detailed information.

Inclusions And Exclusions

The list of inclusion on the left and exclusion on the right
The list of inclusion on the left and exclusion on the right

Which Is Better Serengeti Or Ngorongoro

A great place is Ngorongoro, but it is a small area and you can see it very quickly. The Serengeti is a big place with a lot of different places to go. If you can go to the northern parts of the Serengeti where there are less cars, this would be even better.

Tarangire Or Lake Manyara

Many people have inquired about this. Obviously, I can't pick one in my previous articles because they both have different offers and main attractions for their visitors. You are the only one who can answer the question, so you must try to visit it.

What Is The Best Safari Park In Tanzania

The 6 Best Tanzania Safari Parks For The Ultimate Safari

  • The Ngorongoro Crater. Ngorongoro Crater—one of Tanzania's best safari parks.
  • Tarangire National Park is a must-see. Observing stripes while on safari in Tanzania.
  • National Park of Ruaha. Safari skies that never end.
  • National Park Serengeti.
  • National Park of Lake Manyara.
  • The Selous Game Reserve.

Conclusion

Obviously, this is an excellent opportunity for you to experience the 7-day Cultural Safari prices Lake Manyara, Lake Eyasi, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater that Tanzania has always had to offer. You will never miss out on this opportunity because it will always be waiting for you!

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