Safari – The Best of Tanzania & Lake Natron


Safari – The Best of Tanzania & Lake Natron


Safari – The Best of Tanzania & Lake Natron: This safari is a 9 days wildlife safari through  Northern Tanzania complemented by Lake Natron. Lake Natron is one of the most alkaline lakes in the world and home to millions of tiny crustaceans, which is situated at the base of Africa’s only active volcano, Oldoinyo Lengai and is known as the Mountain of God to the local Maasai people. It is the landscape rather than the animals that is the attraction here and the area around the lake is dry, desolate and hauntingly beautiful. The lake is a haven for literally thousands of flamingos and it is one of the most important flamingo breeding grounds on earth.

This safari offrs lodges as well as tented camps and can be suited to your needs with budget, mid-range or luxury accommodations. You will enjoy the comforts and luxuries of a tented camp or get in touch with the breathtaking atmosphere by sitting around the campfire, enjoying a glass of wine and share the stunny views and pictures from Lake Natron.

This wildlife safari starts and ends in Arusha at Kilimanjaro International Airport or Arusha Airport. Upon request this tour can start and end in Dar es Salaam or Nairobi and we can book internal flights. This tour is a private safari and run exclusively for you and can depart on any day. Children are welcome to join this safari from any age. There are also discounts for children between 0 and 15 years old and further discounts for families sharing a triple or quad room.

A Tanzanian holiday is a dream come true and a once in a lifetime experience for most of our clients. We understand that every traveller is different and we are proud to offer a range of optional activities to enhance your safari experience. Please find our range of optional activities in „Enhance your safari experience”.

You call it Africa – We call it Home! We are pleased to host you in Tanzania for the journey of a lifetime. Karibu Tanzania!

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