Wilderness African Culture Safari is a combination of conventional activities that one expects to do when in Africa and connecting with the native people. Tarangire National Park is home to a large population of elephant herds and colossal baobab trees are scattered across the plains of the Savannah. We will proceed to the Maasai Steppe a landscape that encompasses a vast range of woodlands and magnificent peaks. It is located between Arusha and Tarangire National Park and it is home to the infamous Maasai tribe. Our descent into the Ngorongoro Crater, which has been awarded the title Africa’s Garden of Eden’s, is another highlight on the fixture.
Day 1. Moshi to Tarangire National Park
We leave Moshi early in the morning and proceed to Tarangire National Park, where we will encounter the massive termite mounts and countless baobab trees. the large elephants population and the diverse species of birds make Tarangire the perfect sanctuary for tranquillity.
Day 2. Ngorongoro Crater to Maasai Steppe
Wilderness African Culture Safari start to the day to ensure that we arrive at the Ngorongoro Crater time it is beneficial to leave early as it is a good time to spot animals. We will enjoy a magnificent game drive with a picnic lunch inside the Crater. Migration in and out of the crater is infrequent due to its elevated structure which means there is a high chance of spotting every member of The Big 5
Day 3. Maasai Steppe to Moshi
Today we drive to the Maasai Steppe for the final element of your journey. You will share a Wilderness African Culture Safari experience with the most renowned tribe in East Africa the Maasai. We will have a chance to witness a ritual performance that includes singing and dancing. Later transfer you to the Airport for your international flight back home