Tanzania Itinerary 6 Days


Embark on an extraordinary 6-day Tanzania safari, an immersive journey through the country’s diverse landscapes and rich wildlife. Your adventure begins with a pickup from the airport, followed by a scenic drive to Lake Manyara National Park. Immerse yourself in Maasai culture during a stop in Mto wa mbu town, and enjoy an afternoon game drive with encounters of tree-climbing lions and elephants. Your overnight stay at Twiga Lodge sets the stage for an unforgettable experience.

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  • Delight in a cultural experience with the Maasai people, witness the vibrant local market, and spot diverse wildlife in Lake Manyara National Park.
  • Explore Serengeti National Park, marveling at the Seronera River and the central part of the park. 
  • Engage in thrilling afternoon game drives, encountering buffalos, elephants, and more.
  • Immerse yourself in the endless savannah plains, witnessing a spectacular array of wildlife, from lions to wildebeests, creating unforgettable moments.
  • Descend 600 meters into the world’s largest inactive caldera.
  • Encounter elephants, rhinos, and an abundance of bird species, including flamingos along Lake Magadi.
  • Journey to Tarangire, known for its massive elephant herds. 
  • Experience an afternoon game drive, marvel at baobab trees, and the scenic Tarangire River.


Your Tanzanian adventure begins as you land in Arusha, where the vibrant culture and diverse landscapes await. Upon arrival, our friendly guide will be there to welcome you, and you’ll embark on a scenic drive to Lake Manyara. The journey itself offers breathtaking views of the Rift Valley, setting the stage for the wonders to come.

En route, a stop in Mto wa mbu town introduces you to the captivating Maasai culture. Engage in a cultural experience, immersing yourself in their traditions and perhaps even picking up some unique handcrafted souvenirs. The local market adds another layer to your cultural exploration. After this enriching experience, proceed to Lake Manyara National Park for check-in at the charming Twiga Lodge, where a delicious dinner and a comfortable overnight stay await.

Wake up to the sounds of the African wilderness and relish a hearty breakfast at Twiga Lodge. Today marks your journey to the world-renowned Serengeti National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The drive itself is an adventure, with the landscapes changing dynamically as you move deeper into the heart of Tanzania.

Upon arrival, check in at the inviting Osinon Camps and Lodges. Enjoy a sumptuous lunch, fueling your energy for an afternoon game drive. The Serengeti is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, and your game drive promises encounters with an array of species, from graceful gazelles to majestic lions. As the day winds down, savor a delectable dinner at the camp and retire for a restful night amidst the sounds of the wild.

Today is dedicated to immersing yourself in the vastness of Serengeti National Park. After a delightful breakfast at Osinon Camps and Lodges, set out for a full day of game drives. The Serengeti is a living testament to nature’s grandeur, and each moment brings new discoveries.

Witness the great wildebeest migration, where thousands of hooves thunder across the plains. Marvel at elephants bathing in watering holes, lions lounging under acacia trees, and giraffes gracefully navigating the savannah. Your experienced guide will share insights into the behaviors and habitats of the wildlife, adding depth to your safari experience.

As the sun sets, return to Osinon Camps and Lodges for a delicious dinner and a peaceful night’s sleep.

After a wholesome breakfast, bid farewell to the Serengeti and embark on a scenic drive to the Ngorongoro Crater. The crater, a natural wonder, is home to an incredible concentration of wildlife. Upon arrival, descend 600 meters into the caldera for a day of unparalleled wildlife viewing and birdwatching.

Encounter herds of wildebeest, graceful gazelles, and perhaps even the elusive rhino. The shores of Lake Magadi provide a stunning backdrop for flamingos, adding a touch of color to the landscape. Your overnight stay at Hhando Coffee Lodge ensures both comfort and a deep connection with nature.

Another day, another spectacular destination. After breakfast at Hhando Coffee Lodge, set out for Tarangire National Park, known for its massive elephant herds and picturesque landscapes. The drive itself is a visual feast, offering glimpses of iconic baobab trees and the meandering Tarangire River.

Upon arrival at Tarangire Roika Lodge, check in and enjoy a delightful lunch. The afternoon invites you to embark on a game drive, where you’ll witness the unique beauty of Tarangire. The park is a haven for diverse wildlife, including lions, buffalos, and an array of bird species. As the day concludes, return to the lodge for a scrumptious dinner and a peaceful overnight stay.

On the final day of your Tanzanian safari, wake up to a delicious breakfast at Tarangire Roika Lodge. With memories of incredible wildlife encounters and breathtaking landscapes, bid farewell to Tarangire as you drive back to Arusha.

Your guide will drop you off at Kilimanjaro International Airport or your Arusha hotel, marking the end of an unforgettable 6-day journey through the heart of Tanzania. As you depart, carry with you the echoes of roaring lions, the trumpeting of elephants, and the warmth of Tanzanian hospitality.


To combine luxury and affordability, we offer accommodations ranging from 4-star comfort to the world’s most exquisite hotels and resorts. When you inquire about the package that suits you best, we will share a list of related accommodations, and we are always open to your suggestions.

For our luxury packages, we provide a superb array of accommodations ranging from 4-star to 5-star hotels. Our selection includes renowned establishments such as NH Collection, Crowne Plaza, Hilton Garden Inn, Radisson Hotels, and other comparably luxurious yet affordable options

When booking our premium packages, you will enjoy stays in superior, deluxe rooms, or suites within carefully selected 5-star accommodations, such as Hyatt Regency, Marriott, Sofitel, and Hilton Hotels & Resorts. In addition to our promised excellent service, rest assured that your experience will embody the epitome of luxury.

Upgrade to VIP accommodations for an exclusive stay at handpicked, breathtaking venues at your destinations, including top-notch options such as: Four Seasons, Relais & Châteaux, The Oberoi Hotels and Resorts, and similar elite choices.

All prices are for a luxury private tour designed for two travelers, featuring premium services

  • Early Bird Special: Enjoy a 10% discount per person when booking four months before the tour.
  • Free Upgrades: Enjoy accommodation upgrades during your destination’s low seasons at no extra cost
  • Children under 6 years old: travel for free.
  • Kids under 12: receive a 50% discount.
  • Groups of 4 travelers: enjoy a 10% discount.
  • Groups of 6 or more: receive a 15% discount
  • Groups of ten or more: get a 20% discount.
  • Same family of 4 or more: receives an additional 5% off.

From $2,090.00/person


The best time to visit Tanzania is during its dry seasons, from June to October and January to February. These months offer ideal conditions for wildlife viewing, especially in popular national parks like the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. The weather is dry and comfortable, and you can witness the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras. For those seeking a beach escape to Zanzibar, the dry season from June to October is also perfect, ensuring sunny days and pleasant temperatures. However, each season has its unique charm, so the best time depends on your specific interests and preferences.

The best time to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is during the dry seasons, which are January to March and June to October. These periods offer clearer skies, lower precipitation, and more stable trekking conditions. January to March is considered the warmer months, making it a popular choice. June to October is also a great time with slightly cooler temperatures. It’s important to note that Kilimanjaro can be climbed year-round, but avoiding the rainy seasons from April to May and November to early December is recommended to enhance the overall trekking experience

The ideal number of days to spend in Tanzania depends on your interests and the experiences you want. For a classic safari focusing on the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, a week is often recommended. If you plan to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, you’ll need additional days for the trek, typically 7 to 10 days. Adding a few days for relaxation on the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar can complete a diverse Tanzanian adventure. Ultimately, the duration depends on your preferences and the specific places you want to explore.

Yes, English is widely spoken in Tanzania, serving as the primary language of instruction in schools and used in government and business settings. While Swahili is the official language, English is commonly used, making it convenient for travelers to communicate and navigate the country.

Tanzania is best known for its stunning wildlife and safaris, including the iconic Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. The country is home to diverse ecosystems, hosting the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, is another prominent feature, attracting climbers from around the world. Additionally, the enchanting Zanzibar archipelago, known for its beautiful beaches and spice plantations, adds cultural and historical richness to Tanzania’s reputation as a top travel destination

Tanzania is generally considered safe for tourists, and many visitors experience a trouble-free stay. However, like any destination, it’s important to take standard safety precautions. Exercise caution in crowded areas, be mindful of your belongings, and use reputable transportation services. In wildlife areas, follow guidelines provided by guides to ensure a safe safari experience. Stay informed about local conditions and adhere to any travel advisories. It’s advisable to check the latest safety recommendations and consult travel resources before your trip.