top of page

Sample Itinerary 1 | 9 Days

9 Day Sample Itinerary


NOTE: Our sample adventures are here to give you a general idea of what a trip to Tanzania can look like. These options can be adjusted to suit your needs


Day 1:  - Arrive in Tanzania
Upon arrival at Zanzibar International Airport you will be met by your wonderful expert transfer guide outside customs and immigration formalities holding a sign board written clearly your booking name. Meet and greet then transfer to your hotel on the lovely beach of Zanzibar 
Website: OR   

Day 2 & 3: - Zanzibar Beach
You will spend another two full days relaxing on the lovely beaches of Zanzibar Island. The warm, clear-blue waters of the beaches are a paradise for snorkeling and scuba-diving enthusiasts with International PADI standard facilities, 15 species of coral and a myriad of tropical fish species to indulge their passion. There is also deep sea fishing, water sports, photography or just relaxing to consider

Day 4:  –  Serengeti National Park   
After leisurely breakfast at your hotel transfer to Zanzibar airport which takes approximately one hour and fly on a scheduled domestic flight to Serengeti. On arrival at Serengeti airstrip meet by your safari professional English speaking driver guide and transfer to your camp for check in and hot lunch. After a short rest at your luxury camp you will have afternoon game viewing in the Serengeti National Park. You will return to your camp just before dusk
Dinner and Overnight at OLAKIRA LUXURY CAMP

Day 5 & 6:  –  Serengeti National Park 
After breakfast you will have two full days to explore the Serengeti National Park. Your driver-guide will choose a route based on his extensive knowledge of the park and local conditions but the Serengeti rarely disappoints. We carry our picnic lunches with us so as to make the most of the day, but our trip might include a trail along the banks of the Seronera River in search of basking lions, tracking cheetah. The entire ecosystem thrives from the annual migration, from the lions and birds of prey that gorge themselves on the weak and the faltering to the gamut of hungry crocodiles that lie in patient wait at each river crossing for their annual feed.

But it’s not just the wildebeest that use the Serengeti as a migratory pathway. Animals and birds of the area have a free range of movement to follow their seasonal migrations. Indeed, in the wake of the wildebeest migration, many of the less attention-grabbing features of the Serengeti are often overlooked. The park has varied zones in which each ecosystem is subtly different.
All meals and Overnight at OLAKIRA CAMP  
Day 7:  –  Ngorongoro Crater
You will have breakfast at your camp before depart to Ngorongoro with picnic lunches; game viewing en-route then you will have two stops at the Masai Village for cultural interaction and visit the Olduvai Gorge where Mary and Louis Leakey first discovered the remains of Zinjanthropus Bosei, a distant ancestor of man believed to be 1.8 million years old, Australopithecus Bosei, the ‘Nutcracker Man’, a species that became extinct about 1 million years ago and fossilised footprints that date back 3,6 million years.
Dinner and Overnight at THE MANOR LODGE which located just outside Ngorongoro area      

Day 8:  –  Ngorongoro Crater
After early breakfast we depart for the Ngorongoro Crater tour and we take picnic lunches with us gives us time to explore in detail this fascinating wildlife amphitheatre. This unique caldera, formed by a sinking volcano, hosts a unique cross-section of eco-systems, from Soda Lake to savannah and is home to almost every major species of African mammal. Our presence does not threaten the wildlife making for an exhilarating proximity to the game that we rarely encounter elsewhere. We descend down the 2000-ft walls of the Crater, a World Heritage Site and home to nearly 25,000 animals, for a game drive. Here you have a very real chance of spotting the big five: lion, elephant, endangered black rhino, buffalo and leopard plus countless other African mammal species.
All meals and Overnight at THE MANOR LODGE 

Day 9:  –  Arusha / Departure
After leisurely breakfast drive to Arusha which takes approximately 3 hours and you will arrive in time for early lunch (11:30) at Shanga River House ( which located very close to Arusha airport. If time permits you will have a short walk for coffee tour also have the opportunity to see the beadwork made by the workers at Shanga before transfer to Arusha airport for your scheduled domestic flight to Dar es Salaam at 14:00 hour where you will connect evening flight out of Dar es Salaam airport.


Beyond Adventure Safari:

Include all accommodations, meals, bottled water with meals and on wildlife-viewing drives, airport transfers, park fees, and services of guides and drivers.


Cost Excludes:

International flights to/ out of Tanzania, tips for your guides/drivers/staff, bar beverages, laundry service, phone calls, passport and visa fees, souvenirs, optional activities such as balloon Safari which quoted separately and travel insurance (if you choose to purchase).


For more info about pricing, set departures, custom trips. Please email us at

bottom of page