Day 1: TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK
Day 2: KILIMANJARO FOOTHILLS (MATERUNI WATERFALLS)
After a wholesome breakfast at the Hotel in Zanzibar or with a packed breakfast, drive to the Airport for the scheduled morning flight to Arusha. On getting at the Airport, be welcomed and introduced officially to your professional driver guide who will then brief you on the itinerary before embarking on the drive to Tarangire National Park. Your game drive starts immediately after you arrive at the Park with the commonly seen animals being African bush Elephants, Defassawaterbucks, Masai giraffes, Blue monkeys, wildebeests, Cape buffalos, zebras, lions, common warthogs, impalas, spotted hyenas and Ostriches among others.
Enjoy your lunch at one of the incredible picnic sites and while still on this game drive, expect occasional sightings of striped Hyenas, marabou storks, Jackals, caracals, and leopards among others. Although rarely spotted. Farewell to the stunning Tarangire National Park after this rewarding wildlife discovery and drive to Arusha town for an overnight stay.
Dinner and Overnight at Karibu Heritage
After breakfast, venture to Materuni village near Mount Kilimanjaro in northern Tanzania, a hidden gem awaiting discovery.
Explore this secluded paradise through a 40-minute hike leading to a spectacular 90-meter-high waterfall, perfect for capturing breathtaking photos. Depending on weather conditions, you might even have the chance for a refreshing swim in the waterfall’s plunge pool.
Additionally, immerse yourself in the welcoming culture and traditions of Materuni village by interacting with the friendly locals. Enjoy a delicious Chagga lunch at a local home.
Experience the captivating process of traditional organic coffee-making, accompanied by lively traditional songs and dances. This tour guarantees unforgettable memories before your journey back to Kilimanjaro Airport for your return flight to Zanzibar. You can choose to be dropped off at your pre-booked Zanzibar hotel or continue to your next destination.
The best time to go on safari in Tanzania is generally during the dry season months of June to October but a wide range of wildlife can be spotted year-round and each season brings its own advantages.