Private safari in tanzania, Africa
Plan you private safari in Tanzania with our exclusive vehicle and your own safari guide
Design a Private Safari
Africa bucket list private safari offers a highly personal experience with amazing value. No matter your interests, timeline or budget, we’ll help you come up with the itinerary you want.
See the perfect trip and want to do it with just your group? Prefer to create your own day-by-day schedule? We’ve specialized in Tanzanian safaris for nearly 10 years, making us experts in the wildlife and wilderness. From the kopjes of the Serengeti to the outer rim of Ngorongoro Crater, we can’t wait to show you our home.
Planning couldn’t be any easier: give us a call and we’ll tailor-make your once-in-a-lifetime adventure, offering first-hand recommendations and accommodating any special needs or preferences you may have along the way.
What is a safari?
The word ‘Safari’ is the Swahili word meaning ‘long journey’. During a safari, people travel through the bush or jungle to discover beautiful nature and wildlife. Nowadays, a safari is known as a journey through African countries while visiting one or more nature parks. Safari drives in the parks, looking for wildlife, are also called ‘game drives’.
Who can join a private safari ?
Family, friends, first-timers, veterans, special interest groups – bring ‘em all. We’re happy to create private safaris for groups of any size, whether you’re traveling with your school or you’re going solo. For larger groups, we’ll cut the per-person price as more people sign on.
Accommodation during your stay
During your Africa bucket list safari, you will stay in beautiful lodges with full board. Each of the lodges is routinely examined by our local Africa bucket list staff members to ensure optimum quality every time. Expect beautiful views and wildlife from your private veranda. Hear the sounds of lions roaring and elephants trumpeting, all from the comfort of your luxury lodge in Africa.
Why going a private safari with Africa bucket list
An private safari in Tanzania is a journey of a lifetime.
We offer customized private safaris. This means that you can explore the country at your own pace, exactly the way you want! A private safari offers enormous flexibility to have your private vehicle and guide. You decide where to go, when and how long. If you prefer to watch lions at a waterhole for an hour, start your safari day very early and relax at the lodge in the afternoon. Want to spend the entire day in the bush? Go ahead. It’s your adventure.
Plan your special moments with Africa bucket list
If you’re looking for something to do after getting married, or if you’re celebrating an anniversary and you’re ready to take things to the next level, consider planning your honeymoon in Tanzania. This East African country has long been known as one of the most beautiful destinations on the planet, and it continues to have unique experiences waiting around every corner – even during your time away from the tourist trail.
ITINERARY PRIVATE TANZANIA SAFARI
A Safari in Tanzania is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Home to some of the most breathtaking wildlife safaris in the world. From Witnessing the Great Migration in Serengeti, entering the kingdom of Elephants in Tarangirie and experience the eden of Africa in the famous Ngorongor. While being joinned by our excellent guides to help you track lions, leopards, and so much more.
Land at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) and be welcomed by a member of Africa bucket list team and transfer to your hotel in Arusha. Spend the rest of the day relaxing at your hotel.
Explore the day exploring Tarangire National Park on game drives. Tarangire national park is dotted with massive baobab trees and home to a high concentration of area wildlife. Elephants are especially abundant here.
Of all the great safari destinations in Africa, there’s no place quite like Tarangire National Park. It features some of most beautiful tall-grass savannah landscapes that East Africa has to offer. Tarangire is still one of east Africa’s most rewarding parks thanks to spectacular scenery and fascinating cultural landscapes. The best time to visit Tarangire is during the summer season.
Travel to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage site. More than 12 miles in diameter, the Ngorongoro Crater is the largest non-flooded caldera in the world and is inhabited by some 25,000 animals. Descend 2,000 feet to the crater floor for an unforgettable picnic breakfast, grazing against a backdrop of soaring volcanic slopes. Then embark on a safari through this green-walled wildlife paradise. Ride past herds of zebra grazing next to flamingos and crowned cranes, look for lionesses stalking their prey, and try to spot the rare black rhino. Return to the lodge for an afternoon at leisure and catch a dazzling sunset over the caldera. This afternoon, settle into your lodge, perched on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater.
Accommodations: Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge
Fly to the vast plains of the Serengeti and check in to your tented suite, located a short distance from the Mara River. Here, it is not uncommon to see an elephant or lion saunter past your bedroom window. This afternoon, set out on safari and take in the sunset on the savanna.
Watch the Serengeti spring to life on an early morning game drive. As the sun breaks over the horizon, spot wildlife on the sweeping landscapes of the Serengeti before touching down for breakfast under the shade of an acacia tree. On an afternoon safari, delve even deeper into this remote wilderness as you travel along the banks of the Mara in search of crocodiles and hippos peeking above the water’s surface.
Rise early this morning for a special treat: an elegant catered breakfast in the bush followed by a private game drive. After time at leisure, head out on a final afternoon safari on the lookout for jackals, wildebeests, zebras, and big cats.
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The Northern Tanzania Safari
Meet our safari guide
Our Tanzania safari guides are chosen based on their experiences, professionalism and expertise. They are born and raised in Tanzania and can show you Tanzania through the eyes of its people who know every corner of this land.
Innocent has been guiding above 150 guests in northern Tanzania parks.
Giliadi definitely knows inch of the 12,000 square miles of Serengeti national park.
Mike has been taking guests for the past 5 years in Tarangire and to the crater of Ngorongoro. He definitely knows Ngorongoro more than anyone else.