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KIBOKO

11-day safari to immerse yourself in nature and meet local people Maasai, Hadzabe, Datoga.

only $ 4,000

Destination: Kiboko

Travel Organization

Day 1: Once arrived at Kilimanjaro airport you will find our staff waiting for you. After hurrying the airport formalities, you will be taken to Arusha to the hotel chosen for your stay in town. You will be booked at The African Tulip Hotel, which is approximately 55 km from Kilimanjaro Airport. Dinner and overnight at The African Tulip Hotel. (Full board treatment) www.theafricantulip.com

Day 2: After breakfast departure with packed lunch towards Arusha National Park. Located at 37 km from Arusha. The park is famous for its beauty and especially the lakes full of flamingos. Photo safari in the park. In the afternoon, a Canoe safari in Lake Momella. Return to Arusha in the late afternoon. Dinner and overnight at The African Tulip Hotel. (Full board treatment) www.theafricantulip.com

Day 3: After breakfast departure to the Tarangire National Park. Located 118 km from Arusha, the Tarangire park extends for 2,850 km², is dotted with numerous and giant baobabs and takes its name from the river Tarangire that crosses it. Photo safari in the park. Lunch, dinner and overnight stay at the Tarangire Roika Tented Lodge (full board). www.tarangireroikatentedlodge.com

Day 4: After breakfast departure to Lake Manyara National Park, located 5 km from the hotel. It covers 330 km² of which 200 km² are covered by the lake when, depending on the season, the level of its waters rises. Lake Manyara is a landscape jewel and has also been defined by Ernest Hemingway as "the loveliest I had seen in Africa". Lunch at the camp. Dinner and overnight at the Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp (full board). www.wildlifecamp.co.tz

Day 5: After breakfast, walking safari in the village "Mto wa Mbu" located very close to the park Manyara. We will take a walk, and we will visit several tribes living here, we will tour the rice and banana cultivation and pass through the large village market. We will also visit an orphanage "if possible". Lunch based on "local food" in the village. In the afternoon departure to Lake Eyasi. Dinner and overnight at the Tindiga Tented Camp (full board). www.moivaro.com

Day 6: Wake up early in the morning and leave to meet the Hadzabe and Datoga tribes (hunting with the Hadzabe). Return to the camp for breakfast. After breakfast departure to the Serengeti National Park. It covers an area of almost 15,000 sq km and is known for its dense population of predators and the annual migration of wildebeests. Formerly the residence of the Maasai tribe, who displaced the Datoga shepherds in the seventeenth century, the name Serengeti derives from the Maasai word "Siringet", which means "boundless plain". You will stop for a visit to a Masai village (the local population). You will then arrive at Naabi Hill, entrance of the Serengeti. You will enter the park and make a photographic safari inside. Dinner and overnight at the Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp (full board). www.tanganyikawildernesscamps.com

Day 7: Wake up early in the morning for a morning safari with breakfast and packed lunch. Day dedicated entirely to the game drive inside the Serengeti park. In the late afternoon return to the camp. Dinner and Overnight at Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp (full board) www.tanganyikawildernesscamps.com

Day 8: Wake up early in the morning for a morning safari, return to the lodge for breakfast. After breakfast departure to the Western Corridor of Serengeti. Safari on the road inside the park in the direction of Lake Victoria. Arrival in the evening on the shores of Lake Victoria. Packed lunch. Dinner and overnight at Speke Bay Lodge (full board). www.spekebaylodge.com

Day 9: After breakfast, canoeing on the lake and visit of the local fishing village.

N.B. Since there are no lifejackets available, those who do not feel like going out on a canoe on the lake could stay at the Lodge where different activities could be organized: swimming pool, Bird Washing, bike ride. Return to the Lodge for lunch. In the afternoon departure for the Serengeti National Park central area. Arrival in the evening. Dinner and overnight at the Serengeti Kati Kati (full board). www.tanganyikawildernesscamps.com

Day 10: Wake up early in the morning for a morning safari. Return to the breakfast camp. After breakfast departure with packed lunch towards the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It covers 8,300 km². The entire area has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. You will stop to visit the Gorges of Olduvai, an important archaeological site where fossils and bones dating back more than 2 million years ago have been found (science defines the gorges of Olduvai as the "cradle of the world"). Dinner and overnight at the Ngorongoro Farm House (full board). www.tanganyikawildernesscamps.com

Day 11: After breakfast departure with packed lunch. With its 8,300 sq km Ngorongoro Conservation Area owes its name to its central element, the Ngorongoro crater which is the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world and within which has evolved an extraordinary natural sanctuary for some of the densest populations African animals of large mammals. Descent into the crater and day dedicated entirely to the photoshoot in its interior. The crater is also home to a wide variety of environments and you can meet all the great herbivores. Dinner and overnight at the Ngorongoro Farm House (full board). www.tanganyikawildernesscamps.com

Day 12: After breakfast departure to Arusha. You will be welcomed by our representative for debriefing. Lunch at the Arusha Coffee Lodge. After lunch one of our staff will accompany you to Kilimanjaro airport for your next flight.

Let’s discover the protagonist of the trip:

Kiboko - Hippopotamus

It measures about 4 m. including the small tail and some weigh up to 3 tons.

Despite its huge size, and broad it is rather agile and can load more than 30 km-hour.

The hippopotamus is the animal that causes more deaths among humans than any other animal in Africa. At night, when wandering around the tents, you can feel it graze the grass but just scare him or block his run to the water to cause serious accidents. By day it remains in the water to get out as soon as the sun goes in search of green grass with which to feed.

They live in groups with a dominant alpha male that dominates the territory and the brand spreading the dung in the water with its tail. Only the female defecates out of the water.

The hippo can remain in apnea up to 6 minutes.

Charges and Conditions:

From $ 4,000 per person for a minimum of 02 people


 
 

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