Northern Tanzania Solo Safari (11N) - Value

Northern Tanzania Solo Safari and Zanzibar (11N) - Value

  • Days 1-2 : Arusha
  • Days 2-3 : TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK
  • Days 4-7 : Serengeti National Park
  • Days 8-11 : Zanzibar
  • Price From : $7,375
  • Duration : 11 Night
  • Best Months : Jun
  • Countries : Tanzania

This trip starts at Arusha, the gateway town to Tanzania’s famous Northern Circuit. From here, you’ll travel to Tarangire and the Serengeti! And after some superb safari, you’ll have a few days on the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar.

Your solo adventure begins at Arusha’s Rivertrees, a charming country inn. Situated just outside the bustling town, it offers a serene stopover on your itinerary. Next up is Ndovu Camp, an adventurous property located deep in the heart of Tarangire. After two nights there, you’ll continue on to Ewanjan Tented Camp, in the Central Serengeti’s Seronera valley. And finally you’ll fly out to Pongwe, a brilliant beach hotel on Zanzibar!

Rivertrees has a first-class restaurant, massage hut, and swimming pool, so you can enjoy plenty of rest and relaxation before beginning your safari time. At Ndovu, expertly guided game drives and walks are available, as are hot air balloon rides. Ewanjan provides vehicle safaris too, and as this trip takes place in June you can expect to see the famous Great Migration. No single supplement is payable at Ewanjan throughout the month, and you’ll take advantage of its four-nights-for-three offer! Lastly, an exhilarating variety of watersports, land sports, and excursions can be arranged for you by staff at Pongwe.

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The prices below are based on one adult traveller and please note that the prices are approximate. Please contact us for accurate costings for the time of year you are considering for your holiday. There are multiple season changes across the year and numerous room categories that can change the price of any trip.

From approx $7,375 in low season

To approx ($) not applicable* in high season

Prices include all internal flights, transfers, reserve fees, accommodation, and meals as specified in the day-to-day itinerary. Prices exclude international flights, tipping, visa, and any meals not included. *Please note prices are applicable for June only.

This trip starts at Arusha, the gateway town to Tanzania’s famous Northern Circuit. From here, you’ll travel to Tarangire and the Serengeti! And after some superb safari, you’ll have a few days on the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar.

Your solo adventure begins at Arusha’s Rivertrees, a charming country inn. Situated just outside the bustling town, it offers a serene stopover on your itinerary. Next up is Ndovu Camp, an adventurous property located deep in the heart of Tarangire. After two nights there, you’ll continue on to Ewanjan Tented Camp, in the Central Serengeti’s Seronera valley. And finally you’ll fly out to Pongwe, a brilliant beach hotel on Zanzibar!

Rivertrees has a first-class restaurant, massage hut, and swimming pool, so you can enjoy plenty of rest and relaxation before beginning your safari time. At Ndovu, expertly guided game drives and walks are available, as are hot air balloon rides. Ewanjan provides vehicle safaris too, and as this trip takes place in June you can expect to see the famous Great Migration. No single supplement is payable at Ewanjan throughout the month, and you’ll take advantage of its four-nights-for-three offer! Lastly, an exhilarating variety of watersports, land sports, and excursions can be arranged for you by staff at Pongwe.

Days 1-2 Arusha

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On Day 1 of your trip, you’ll fly to Kilimanjaro International Airport for Arusha, and transfer by road to Rivertrees. In addition to its restaurant, massage hut, and pool, this characterful property has a very pleasant lounge and bar. It’s set in gorgeous gardens, which are ideal for a gentle stroll. Your accommodation will be a River Cottage – this category includes a separate seating area, a cosy fireplace, and well-appointed en-suite facilities featuring outdoor shower. All cottages are positioned within tall tree thickets on the banks of the Usa river, so you’ll be able to hear the soothing sound of water flowing by.

Board basis and activities: 
B&B accommodation, including Wi-Fi.

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Days 2-3 TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK

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Following your stopover in Arusha, you’ll transfer by road to Tarangire National Park, for Ndovu Tented Camp. Here, you’ll stay in one of the property’s ten tented suites. These suites are very spacious, with plenty of light entering through netted windows. Each one features a writing desk and chair, ample storage furniture, and en-suite washroom with classic bucket shower! Out front, there’s a private veranda, where you can gaze across Tarangire’s sprawling plains. The camp’s communal sitting and dining areas are housed in a friendly mess tent, and there’s a fantastic little fire-pit too. Activities here focus on game drives and walks, both in the presence of knowledgeable guides. The park’s wildlife highlights include four of the Big Five – lion, leopard, elephant, and buffalo – in addition to numerous smaller predators and herbivores, and hundreds of species of bird! Hot air balloon rides can be organised too.

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including all meals, a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, game drives, and a laundry service.

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Days 4-7 Serengeti National Park

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On the fourth day of your adventure, you’ll fly from Kuro Airstrip in Tarangire to Seronera Airstrip in the Serengeti. Subsequently you’ll transfer by road to Ewanjan Tented Camp. In common with Ndovu, this property has a mess tent, in which you’ll find roomy lounge and dining areas separated by a well-stocked bar! It has a fire-pit too, where guests gather for pre-dinner drinks and sharing of safari stories. Ewanjan has 12 canvas tents with wooden floors, all rigged up on a hillside overlooking the Seronera valley. Each tent features a separate seating area, a lockable trunk, and a bucket shower with hot water provided whenever you need it. From this comfy base, you can head out on expertly guided game drives. This area of the Serengeti is home to all Big Five, cheetah, hyenas, jackals, wild dog, giraffe, wildebeest, zebra, various antelopes, hippo, and hundreds of birds! And as the Great Migration is likely to pass through during June, you’ll have the opportunity to marvel at huge herds of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelles.

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including all meals, a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, game drives, and a laundry service.

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Days 8-11 Zanzibar

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Come Day 8, it’s time for your beach break! You’ll return to Seronera Airstrip and fly out to the international airport on Zanzibar, before transferring by road to Pongwe Beach Hotel. Your accommodation here will be a seafront room. Each room is found in a lovely white-wash thatch-roof cottage, decorated in an authentic Zanzibari style. There’s a homely seating area, a well-equipped shower room, and a shady veranda with spectacular ocean views! Pongwe’s lounge, restaurant, and bar occupy a large timber-and-thatch structure amidst palm trees adjacent to the beach. There’s a very inviting infinity pool near the beach too, so you could spend a lot of time simply sunbathing and swimming. However, if you’re feeling energetic, the hotel offers snorkelling, kayaking, paddleboarding, mountain biking, and much more! And if you feel like exploring the island, staff are happy to arrange excursions to attractions such as Stone Town, Jozani Forest, and the turtle sanctuary at Nungwi.

Board basis and activities:
Full-board accommodation, including all meals, a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, watersports equipment hire, bike hire, and Wi-Fi.

On the last day of your holiday, you’ll fly from Zanzibar’s international airport to Julius Nyerere International Airport at Dar es Salaam, in time for your flight/s home.

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