During this 2-day /1 night lodge Tanzania safari you will see flamingos, elephants and huge troops of baboons in Lake Manyara National Park.
Also you will visit with the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (a collapsed volcano) where wild animals are living together with humans (people from Maasai Society).
800 USD per person
Kilimanjaro International Airport. Meet your safari guide/driver transfer to Arusha city at Tulia Hotel & Spa or similar accommodation for overnight stay. Bed & Breakfast.
Inquiry and Bookings
To book this tour, or to ask specific details about this tour, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tour is included:
- • Mineral water
- • Airport transfer
- • All national park fees
- • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
- • Professional, English speaking guide
- • Overnight accommodation as requested
- • Transportation in wheelchair friendly 4×4 safari vehicle
Best in June to mid March. The tour is available throughout the year.
Specially selected wheelchair friendly 4WD Safari vehicles with pop –up- roof designed to provide comfortable game-drive and sightseeing.
All window seats allow fantastic photographic capture and sightseeing.
After breakfast you leave Arusha to the town of Mto wa Mbu, you make your way to Lake Manyara National Park.
The park stretches along the 600 m high Rift Valley Escarpment and is dominated by the shallow and alkaline Lake Manyara which attracts thousands of birds, including huge flocks of flamingos. Other animals in the park include buffaloes, elephants, hippos and Masai giraffes as well as troops of boisterous baboons and monkeys in the forests.
The park once became famous for tree climbing lions and if you are lucky to spot them you will be amused by the site of these animals lounging on branches in the acacia trees. After extensive game viewing, you will leave the park in the afternoon to continue your journey to Karatu. You will spend the night in one of the three beautifully located Farm of Dream Lodges or similar in Karatu Area.
After an early breakfast you will travel to the Ngorongoro highlands before you make your way into the crater on a steep and narrow road. The slopes are forested but soon the landscape changes to savannah dotted with the occasional acacia tree. The wildlife here is absolutely breath-taking and if you are lucky you might spot the Big Five – lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard.
The crater is also home to warthogs, wildebeests, zebras, hippos, hyenas and many more.
After a morning full of game viewing and a picnic lunch you will leave the crater in the late afternoon back to Arusha where you will spend another night at your Hotel Bed & Breakfast.
Not every wheelchair is the same. We will check with the driver prior to your arrival if your wheelchair fits the vehicle and fits the ramp width. In case needed we arrange a larger size vehicle, or offer a wheelchair van service
Transportation for disabled people should be guaranteed. Besides your wheelchair or scoot transfer, guests bring luggage for their holidays. We would like to avoid situations in where your adapted vehicle does not have enough space to carry your luggage
Our drivers check your flight status. In case your flight is late we alter the pickup time accordingly so you can be assured that whatever the time of arrival, your service is guaranteed
No there are not a lot of hotels with hoists for disabled people. Please contact us for details. Service can be offered through the guide or lodge attendant.
It is very important that you bring your own medical insurance. In case of an emergency, we do have very good medical facilities and hospitals in the cities should you need them. We recommend you check with your doctor for the advisable vaccines when traveling to Tanzania; however, you should ask about Malaria, typhoid and Hepatitis A. Additionally, when visiting the Tanzania you will be in equatorial and tropical regions – be sure to ask your doctor about possible medication. While on your tour, it is important to use a lotion or spray against mosquitos in the room.
Not recommended, because regulations DO NOT allow the entrance of dogs to the National Park.