Mt. Kilimanjaro & Moshi Holidays

Sample Itinerary - REF AFRICA 595

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Bull elephant

Day 1: Mt. Kilimanjaro & Moshi

Welcome to Africa and the start the start of your African Adventure. Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your accommodation. Enjoy the rest of the at your leisure. Overnight Aishi Protea Hotel Machame.

Day 2: Mt. Kilimanjaro & Moshi - Serengeti N.P.

Today you set off to the Serengeti with picnic lunch boxes in hand. Enjoy a game drive on route to Kati Kati Tented Camp where you will spend the night. Overnight Serengeti.

Day 3: Serengeti N.P.

Today you will set off on a full day game drive taking a picnic lunch with you. You will have more time to explore a larger area of the Serengeti, with its various landscapes, from savannahs, forests, dry river beds and rocky kopjes, all of which offering a better environment for a whole range of animals. Your picnic lunch will be enjoyed in a secluded spot in the park among the wildlife. Return to your lodge in the late afternoon, in time to enjoy a relaxing sun downer on your verandah.

Lunch time at Limpopo Transfrontier Park

Day 4: Serengeti N.P. - Ngorongoro Crater

After breakfast depart for Ngorongoro Crater, with a final Serengeti game drive en-route. There will be a stop at the Olduvai Gorge to visit the site where Mary and Louis Leakey first discoved the remains of Zinjanthropus Bosei, a distant ancestor of man believed to be 1.8 million years old, Australopithecus Bosei, the ‘Nutcracker Man’, a species that became extinct about 1 million years ago and fossilised footprints that date back 3.6 million years. Through this discovery Tanzania has become known as the ‘cradle of mankind’.

Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater

Today you will depart for the Ngorongoro Crater, descending into the crater floor itself, for a game drive. Spend the morning exploring this fascinating wildlife amphitheater. Home to nearly 25,000 animals, which remain in the crater due to the constant supply of water from the springs. There is a very good chance of spotting the big five: lion, elephant, endangered black rhino, buffalo and leopard plus countless other African mammal species. This caldera, formed by a volcano sinking, hosts a unique cross-section of eco-systems, from Soda Lake to savannah and is home to almost every major species of African mammal.

Day 6: Ngorongoro Crater

Drive back to Arusha, lunch at Mount Meru Hotel, after lunch transfer to JRO for your flight down south.

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