2 Days Camping Safari

2 DAYS CAMPING SAFARI TO TARANGIRE AND NGORONGORO

Impressive Tanzania Safari

2 Day Camping Safari

Searching for Short Tanzania Safari? 2 Days Tanzania Camping Safari is Impressive Tanzania Safari among the Best Tanzania Tour with best budget.
On this 2-day Tanzania camping safari you will visit the world famous Ngorongoro Crater as well as the Tarangire National Park or Lake Manyara National Park depending on which will be selling better viewing of animals at that particular time. Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you immerse in Africa’s breath-taking nature and wildlife.

Highlights

Day 1 -2 | Tanzania

  • Tarangire /Manyara National Park – Game drive
  • African Rift Valley – Viewpoint
  • Ngorongoro Crater – Game drive

Trip Facts

Tour Package: Impressive Tanzania Safari
Tour code: BUJOT/02CAM
From: Arusha /Moshi
To: Arusha / Moshi
Airport: Kilimanjaro International Airport /Arusha Airport
Min. number to guarantee tour: 2
Max number of participants: 7 per vehicle (window seat guaranteed)
Departure day: Every Day
Price: 700 USD

Day 1: Moshi/Arusha to Lake Manyara National Park to Karatu

You will be collected from your hotel in Moshi/Arusha and after a short briefing you will travel westwards to Lake Manyara a small National Park. The park with its shallow alkaline lake is known for its bird species that exceeds to 400 in number. Besides the primate-filled forests known for the long-tailed Guenon monkeys and the grassy plains, that support to varieties of herbivorous and the carnivorous as well, it is one of the best hot spot to explore. Apart from elephants, you might also spot giraffes, hippos, wildebeests and impalas while the forests near the lake are teeming with noisy groups of monkeys and baboons. From the pop-up roof of the safari vehicle you will be able to absorb the sights and sounds of nature. In the late afternoon you will leave the Lake Manyara National Park and head to Karatu, where you will spend the night at a selected lodge. Impressive Tanzania Safari

Day 2: Karatu to Ngorongoro Crater to Moshi/Arusha

After breakfast, your safari continues to the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is the world’s largest caldera, a feature formed by the collapse of land after a volcanic eruption. It is approximately 18 km in diameter and home to about 25,000 mammals. In this relatively small area you can find almost all the mammals of East Africa ranging from Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelles to mountain reedbucks in the forests on the slopes. Hyenas along with some 500 bird species can be spotted in the area. In this Impressive Tanzania Safari it is also possible to spot the “Big Five” – lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard in the few hours spent in the crater. After lunch at a picnic spot you will leave the crater and return to Moshi/Arusha by the early evening, and this will be the end of your Imressive Tanzania Safari.

Group Expeditions

The price per person for group expeditions are fixed based on a group size. However, we have optional arrangements for individual private and tailor-made preferences best suited for you, your family and friends.

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GROUP SIZE PRICES
SOLO (1) Person US $ 1050
2 Peoples US $ 700
3 Peoples US $ 600
4 – 5 Peoples US $ 526
6 – 8 Peoples US $ 481
9 – 10 Peoples US $ 458

Tailor Made Expeditions

Based on individual tour preference, Bujo tours welcomes ideas and all sorts of clients’ options for their expedition. Our consultation team will bring your ideas and options creating an unforgettable Impressive Tanzania Safari. For your Tailor booking requests, please Contact Us


Private Expeditions

We understand that some clients want their adventure expedition to be a private affair, so that it would enable them to spend some of their memorable moments with their near and dear ones at their own Schedule. Considering this, Bujo Tours organizes private journeys as well. For your private booking requests on Impressive Tanzania Safari, please Contact Us

What are the vehicles like?

Vehicles used are generally open roof 4WD Toyota Land Cruiser or Land Rovers, as they are most suitable to the terrain. For larger groups we use 4WD buses as it is more convenient for clients to be all together in one vehicle only, and it is also more economic and better for the environment. Drivers have been trained in customer relations, tourism-related topics, environmental issues and vehicle maintenance. They are very familiar with the routes we take.

Where is the best place to go on safari?

Safari in Kiswahili, the language of East Africa, simply means a journey. Today it is synonymous in English with a wildlife viewing adventure in the African Bush. If your primary reason for traveling to Africa is to experience an abundance of African wildlife in unspoiled wilderness, then Tanzania should be your destination of choice. Tanzania protects over 25% of its land through national parks and reserves, more than any other country on the continent. You simply cannot beat the wildlife concentrations found in Tanzania. The parks and wildlife reserves of Tanzania are inhabited by vast herds of wildebeest spread across the Serengeti savanna, huge populations of elephant and buffalo, as well as plains game and their predators. All these animals interact and roam freely, as they have for thousands of years. Here you’ll witness an incredible diversity of ecology and will find the vegetation and bird life as fascinating as the big game. This is the home to 90% of the film series produced on African animals. Tanzania also boasts a remarkable number of World Heritage Sites including Serengeti National Park, Kilimanjaro National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Selous Game Reserve (this reserve alone is the size of Denmark), Kilwa Kisiwani and the Songo Mnara Ruins.

When is the best time of year to go on safari in Tanzania?

Anytime is a wonderful time to be on safari. April tends to be rainy, but for the more adventurous travelers, we can arrange a private trip for you during that time. At Bujo Tours, we adjust our safari itineraries to take advantage of the best possible game viewing in accordance with the seasonal concentrations of wildlife.

What kinds of animals will I see on safari in Tanzania?

Tanzania is home to over 35 species of large four-legged mammals and has over 1000 species of birds. On a typical safari in northern Tanzania you can expect to see elephant, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, baboons, monkeys and a variety of plains game such as wildebeest, hartebeest, zebra, impala and gazelle. Most people see lions and hyenas, and possibly a cheetah or leopard. In Ngorongoro Crater you may see one of the few remaining black rhino to be found in Tanzania. You’ll undoubtedly see several different species of mongoose and some hyrax and other small mammals. If you’re lucky, you’ll see one or more of the smaller cats, foxes, wild dog or the more reticent antelope like lesser kudu, bushbuck, oryx or eland.

Will I have a chance to interact with the local people of Tanzania?

The vast majority of Tanzanians still live a lifestyle very close to their traditional lifestyles. Most people are subsistence farmers. The Masai people, favored by photographers for their strikingly colorful décor, live a pastoral existence following their herds of cattle to better grazing areas, still adhering to the traditions and ceremonies of their ancestors. Their villages are located throughout northern Tanzania. Other small tribes of hunter-gatherers, living according to their ancient customs and traditions can also be found in this area. At Bujo Tours, we consider the cultural component of any safari to be subtle yet essential. All of our guides are Tanzanian born. They are an excellent resource to help you gain greater insight into the local culture. We don’t promote specially staged dances and tourist oriented presentations. Instead, on most of our trips, we begin with a visit to a traditional village where you are welcomed as friends of Bujo Tours and Safaris into their lives and invited to get to know them as they get to know you. As we drive between parks, we pass many villages and Masai Bomas giving you further glimpses into the lives of the Tanzanian people. We also offer a special trip in which our guests travel well off the beaten path to spend time among the Wahadza people and observe their ancient hunter-gatherer ways.

What if I want a custom safari?

We would be delighted to work with you to help you and your family, friends or organization plan the best possible safari to match your interests and budget. We organize custom safaris for individuals, professional photographers, honeymooning couples, and families.

Will I stay in tents or lodges?

Our safaris offer a wide array of safari styles to suit your interests and budget. You can choose the standard accommodation. The cheapest and simplest option is basic camping. If you expect 5-star luxury accommodation, it is best for you to choose luxury lodges. Please see our brochure or the accommodations section of this site for a description of the different types of accommodations we use on our trips.

What’s the food like on safari?

You will be pleasantly surprised by both the quality and the variety of the food available on safari. In most lodges, meals are served buffet-style so you can choose what you like. The food is prepared according to western tastes, with some curries and local cuisine included. Fresh meat and produce is procured locally and then prepared by expert chefs to the highest standards. Returning guests are consistently amazed by the meals we are able to prepare out in the bush.

How big are your safari groups?

Our scheduled safaris vary in size depending on the nature of the safari. We typically keep our groups small to allow a more intimate connection with the African bush.

Are safaris in Tanzania safe?

Today’s modern safari is a far cry from the rugged safaris of the past and the images we see in old movies. After a stimulating day of wildlife viewing, you can relax at comfortable, attractive lodges, with amenities like swimming pools, full service restaurants and en-suite bathrooms. Located right in the heart of scenic settings within wildlife reserves, the lodges and Safaris are close to nature, but not too close for comfort. Askari (night watchmen) patrol the grounds at night, just to make sure that all is well. Tanzania is one of Africa’s most stable countries, where you’ll receive a warm welcome from its gracious people. Every care is taken to ensure your health and safety on safari.

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  •   This year I took my first trip to Tanzania and went on a three day safari with Bujo Tours. The first day we were picked up in the cruiser and... read more

    Lmeekisho9
    12/16/2019

      amazing experience with Bujo! Our guides are great and they know the parks very well. Both Paul from Kenya and Fred from Tanzania are friendly, easy-going and humorous. Paul is... read more

    dinosaurbanana
    12/28/2019
  •   Amazing safari with Bujo Tours! Serengeti & ngorogoro. Our driver Rachidi was excellent, and helped us see the best of this incredible area. Good food, tents with sleeping mat, friendly... read more

    SP M
    10/08/2019

      We just completed the Serengeti and Ngorongoro four day camping safari with Bujo Tours. Our guide Freddy was an expert animal spotter who knows the parks like the back of... read more

    620jacquip
    11/29/2019
  •   I was planning a trip to Africa on a pretty short notice with some tight scheduling requirements, and Bujo was one of the few tour operators that worked with my... read more

    michaelmwu
    7/29/2019

      We are a group of 5 friends from different nationalities and we had a tailored 8 days safari trip planned. We had Paul guiding us in Kenya for... read more

    aweerachai
    12/28/2019
  •   It was an amazing trekking experience;). We were on a 6 days machame route Kilimanjaro hiking with Bujo tours in Tanzania .We were a group of 2 .Everything was as... read more

    Freddjo
    8/22/2019

      I went on a 3 day Safari through Bujo tours on November 21-23, 2019 with my mom and younger brother. We visited the NgoroNgoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire. We... read more

    Meleji_R
    12/10/2019

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Items Included

  • Camping safari according to the itinerary
  • Private Jeep 4×4 equipped with refrigerator, portable charging stations and pop-up roof
  • Unlimited mileage game drive
  • Professional, English-speaking guide
  • Professional, English-speaking safari cook
  • Overnight stays in safari tents
  • All camping equipment (tents, sleeping mats, chairs, tables etc.)
  • Meals according to the itinerary
  • Mineral water 3 litters daily
  • All mentioned activities
  • All camping and park entrances fees
  • Flying Doctors insurance (AMREF) during the safari for emergence evacuations
  • All government taxes

Items On Request

  • Airport transfers on arrivals and departures
  • Hotel accommodation in Moshi or Arusha before and after the safari
  • Local flights
  • Optional activities like walking safari, visit Masai tribe, hunting etc.
  • Night game drive safari $198 per personal
  • Hot air Balloon 599 USD per personal (inclusive of all fees and taxes)

Items Excluded

  • Flights ( International)
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Tips for safari guide
  • Personal expenses in nature such as money for souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees etc.
  • Visa fees ( 100 USD for American and 50 USD for non-American)
  • Immunization documents ( yellow fever recommended for visa processing on arrivals)
  • Government imposed increase of taxes and /or park fees

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