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Tour Highlights and Attributes
This tour was designed for outdoor oriented people with a passion for nature and for motorbike enthusiast. It takes place in the north east of Tanzania. Accommodation will be in lodges, motel and bush camps which will always be ready for you. Meals will be provided during the trip, three meals a day on 3 – 4 courses every day, also bottled drinking water, which is highly recommended daily for safe and essential hydration. Trails are off road suitable for all skilled riders, amateurs to experts, and we encourage you to bring your own riding gear if you have it for your own comfort but gear can also be hired. Full time English speaking Guides and mechanics will be available at all times during the tour.

This package will take you along/around the following places:
• Mount Meru 4th highest mountain in Africa
• Active Volcano Mountain – Oldonyo Lengai
• Montane and Rain forest of African tropic regions
• World famous breeding site for lesser flamingoes, Lake Natron
• Great Rift Valley, eastern arm.
• Colorful people of world, The Maasai.
• Living hunters and gathers as daily norms, The Hadza
• Wild Riding Grounds without wildlife – human conflict
• Million star accommodation facilities
• Delicious meals for your daily needs
• Community Works and Support

B: Combination Options for the Tours in Tanzania

• Climbing Kilimanjaro and Motorbike Safari
• Climbing Kilimanjaro and Jeep Safari to National Parks
• Safari and Motorbike Tours
• Option of riding in Support Car

10 DAYS OFF THE BEATEN TRACKS – WITH WILDLIFE SAFARI

This tour gives you a wide range of exploring, including majestic Mount Kilimanjaro down to the active volcanic mountain of Oldonyo Lengai. It’s a round trip where you will be able to explore many areas and have a lifestyle while enjoying the natural beauty and wild life. You will visit the famous Serengeti Plains, the World famous, spectacular Ngorongoro Crater.

DAY 1: ARUSHA TO LAKE CHALA

Lake Chala is a crater lake in a caldera on the border of Tanzania and Kenya, East Africa. Lake Chala is on the eastern edge of Mount Kilimanjaro 8km north of Taveta and 55kms from the town of Moshi. Depending on the time of the year, Lake Chala ranges in colour from deep blue to turquoise and green. The Lake is fed by groundwater flows, which come from Mount Kilimanjaro, fed and drained underground with a rate of about 10milion m3/year. It is surrounded by 100meters high crater rim. The Lake is home to the endemic Lake Chala Tilapia (Oreochromis hunters), which is now considered critically endangered on the IUCN red list of threatened species.

The stunning volcanic area is rapidly growing in tourism and it is now possible to stay at Lake Chala. The lake is safe for swimming; however, as everywhere in Africa it pays to be careful.

DAY 2: LAKE CHALA TO SAME (EASTERN ARCH MOUNTAIN TRAIL)

The Elephant Motel is ideally situated along the Moshi – Dar es Salaam road, only half a kilometre from the Same Town. The hotel offers spectacular views of the South Pare Mountains and because of its location, it is the ideal gateway to Mkomazi National Park, the South Pare Mountains and Shengena Forest.

DAY 3: SAME TO LUSHOTO HIGHLANDS (Mambo Village)

Mambo Village, is on the far northwestern rim of the Usambara’s, is perched on a cliff overlooking the Masaai plains and Mkomazi National Park. Authentic, easy going and a place to experience rural African life as it comes and goes. Rustic Mambo View Point Eco Lodge is in the middle of things and is also the home base for some unique community projects. The beautiful cottages, build in an authentic style, are comfortable and with a beautiful sunset view from your own terrace.

DAY 4: LUSHOTO TO MAASAI STEPPE

The Maasai Steppe Conservancy is located between the Tarangire National Park and the Simanjiro Plains, within the Northern Safari Circuit. Safaris in the Maasai Steppe provide a wonderfully varied experience for people wanting a combination of wildlife viewing, walking, and authentic, ‘un-canned’ cultural experiences with the Maasai.
The Maasai Steppe is a vibrant and important ecological stronghold for the wildlife and people of northern Tanzania. Nearly 92% of this critical ecosystem is designated Maasai village lands where livestock husbandry represents the primary livelihood. Maintaining healthy rangelands is critical to both the Maasai people and the wildlife dependent on this arid environment.

DAY 5: MAASAI STEPPE TO TARANGIRE – MANYARA ECOSYSTEMS

This is a unique opportunity to experience and explore the Tarangire and Manyara ecosystem. Maramboi Tented Camp offers permanent camp facilities and endless vistas of rolling golden grasslands and palm lined desert between Tarangire and Manyara Lake. A visit to the area is essential for anyone interested in evolution and the origins of Mankind and an explanation of the Rift Valley and Africa’s big picture. It is a complete semi-desert experience focusing on game animals on their free range.

DAY 6: TARANGIRE MANYARA ECOSYSTEM TO LAKE EYASI

After breakfast we are going to leave the awesome lodge, riding on rift valley escarpment towards the Hadza community. Hunters and gatherers in east and Southern Africa exist, we are going to hunt with them on their grounds. We are going to use a car as it will be our sundowner hunt.

DAY 7: LAKE EYASI TO LAKE NATRON

The trip will take you East along winding dirt trails away from the lush area surrounding the mountain and out into the savannah scenery of the Maasai plains. You will ride towards the wall of the Great Rift Valley at the base of which stands the mighty volcano Ol Donyo Lengai. The Ol Donyo Lengai is an active volcano which last erupted in the 1970’s. It is revered by the Maasai as the home of ‘Ngai’, their god. It’s almost

perfect cone looms over an area of astonishing barren beauty. At the foot of the mountain there is an area of rocky desert. Here we find the cones of small extinct volcano, and Lake Natron, a huge soda lake, which stretches up to the

Kenyan border. Flamingos come here to breed and in the late afternoon sun, the colourful flamingo colonies make a spectacular sight, adding a dash of colour against the shimmering water.

DAY 8: LAKE NATRON TO SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast departs for Serengeti National Park arriving at our lodge in time for dinner, we find ourselves deep in the heart of this famous migration corridor. With its wide-open spaces, bright blue skies and creature-filled landscape, over the next two days, we will discover why the fabled Serengeti typifies the dream of “Old Africa.” A large pride of lions laze in the long grasses; plentiful families of elephants feed on acacia bark and trumpet to each other across the plains, while giraffes, gazelles, monkeys, eland and the whole range of African wildlife present themselves in awe-inspiring numbers.

DAY 9: SERENGETI FULL DAY

Another full day in Serengeti game viewing, after breakfast this morning, enjoy a game drive. The great diversity of Serengeti wildlife is also evident here—look for buffalo, hippopotamus, elephant, giraffe, antelope, Thompson’s and Grant’s gazelle, lions, and in season the spectacular migration of the wildebeest. In late afternoon we venture out in another game drive. Everywhere there are animals, monkeys and, yes, birds…but look closely and you will thrill to the huge jungle cats—lion, leopard and cheetah—just watching the world go by. And go by it does. Rhino, gazelle, antelope and massive elephants by the hundreds. Animals in the trees, on the wing, camouflaged in the bush, in rivers and in streams.

DAY 10: SERENGETI TO NGORONGORO CRATER

A lovely drive takes us to Ngorongoro Crater, where our lodge sits dramatically on the rim of the crater, revealing an awesome panorama of the world’s largest, unflooded and unbroken caldera. Be prepared for some remarkable views down into the crater. The caldera of Ngorongoro marks the ancient walls of a collapsed volcano, which was probably once the size of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Today the completely enclosed circular crater is some twelve miles across, with steep walls of over 2,000 feet. We are at an altitude of approximately 7,500 feet above sea level, the highest point on our trip. After our time on the lower plains, the cooler air here is refreshing. En route you visit Olduvai Gorge and Dr Leakey’s Museum or just go onward to stay at the lodge and admire the view. At the crater floor to explore this natural zoological park, and observe an extraordinary variety of wildlife: elephant, rhinoceros, lion, hyena, zebra, wildebeest, Thomson’s gazelle, reedbuck, and buffalo. The lovely crested crane (similar to a peacock) can be found in great profusion here and maybe you’ll spot a bat-eared fox. The balance of predator and prey in this extraordinary ecosystem is so precise that animals seldom leave. Over 30,000 animals live here: prides of lion, elephant, leopard, cheetah and giraffe, gazelle by the thousands and multitudes of wildebeest. Please note: Only ½ day tours may be allowed while in the crater. 

DAY 11: NGORONGORO CRATER TO ARUSHA – TRANSFER TO THE AIRPORT (DEPARTURE)

Departure will depend on your flights time vs airport if in Nairobi you will leave very early with good breakfast at the lodge or with breakfast box from; other airports we will link with the timings. Transfers will be on time to catch up your flights on time. If flight it’s too early (before 11) to catch 10TH NIGHT WILL BE SPENT IN ARUSHA TOWN.

 

WHATS IT’S INCLUDED

  • Personal meet and greet services
  • Private Transfers
  • Bike + Fuel + Guide 
  • Basic spares, tools and first aid kit
  • Support vehicle and Safari Jeep (pop up roof)
  • All Park fees, entry fees and Government Taxes
  • Professional experienced English speaking guide and full-time mechanic
  • Bottled mineral water every day
  • Full board accommodations and all 3 Meals Every day
  • Motorbike insurance third party
  • Emergency Evacuation service for the tour with supporting vehicle

WHATS NOT INCLUDED

  • Visas and Vaccinations
  • International flights
  • Driver/guide gratuities
  • Drinks/laundry
  • Any other items of a personal nature
  • Personal travel & medical insurance
  • Medical expenses in case of evacuation
  • Drinks and personal expenses
  • Visas ($50) and yellow fever vaccination

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  • ANY DIETARY REQUIREMENTS AND ALLERGIES
  • COPY OF DRIVING LICENCE OR PASSPORT

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Karanga Adventure
P.o Box 16516,
Arusha, Tanzania.
Phone: (+255) 0784 383 626 
Emails: info@karanga-adventure.com



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