Enjoy a fantastic safari, including 2 nights fly-camping in Tarangire National Park and 2 nights in a more established tented camp; you'll stay in one of Tanzania's most famous but lesser visited and quiet parks, taking four days to explore the area thoroughly and enjoy a genuinely wild experience.
You will start in Kilimanjaro where you will be met and collected by a superior guide. Ahead is a beautiful drive: you pass through rural Tanzania, passing numerous villages along the way before you arrive at Tarangire National Park and start your game drive. After a few hours you will arrive at your camp, the stunning Oliver's Camp. Spend 2 nights exploring the area around the camp, which is in the quieter southern part of this park. There aren't as many restrictions in Tarangire as there are in other Tanzanian national parks, so along with game drives, it is also possible to experience safari walks.
After breakfast you will walk out with your superior guide to spend the morning learning about some of the flora, fauna, tracks and signs which are easily missed when you are in a vehicle. After walking for about 3-4 hours, you will arrive at the exclusive Oliver's Fly Camp. This simple but comfortable fly-camp is set up just for you, to give a true wilderness feel to your safari. Enjoy the vast landscape of northern Tanzania and the sounds of the wildlife passing by. After a bush dinner, you will be able to appreciate the beauty of the African night sky from your tent!
After breakfast, head back to Kilimanjaro Airport where your itinerary will finish. You may decide that you would like to continue onto one of our Zanzibar beach holidays.
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