This ethical safari in Tanzania will take you through the Serengeti National park as well as the Ngorongoro Crater area. Plus, your safari trip will be carbon offset!
Tanzania is one of Africa’s top safari destinations. The wildlife viewing is out of this world and big cats are especially easy to see. All members of the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and buffalo) can be found in various Tanzanian parks and reserves. All five are also present in the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. The Ngorongoro Crater is in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is well-known for being the biggest undisturbed volcanic crater in the world. It is also known for attracting many popular big game animals, which makes it great for safaris.
We respect the animals on our game drives by not feeding them and informing our guests about the consequences of feeding the wildlife. We never lead hunting safaris and we never participate in off-roading, which can kill some species.
Almost 40% of Tanzania is protected and set aside for conservation, which means that it’s easy to go on a Tanzanian safari for extended periods of time and drive from park to park while rarely leaving the bush. Our ethical safari in Tanzania also allows you to spend 2 nights in the Serengeti, 1 day and night exploring Ngorongoro and visiting the crater, and 2 nights in Arusha.
Seasonal Notes: The best time for this safari trip is June through October, and December to March. June through October will have less rain than December to March. Temperatures are relatively consistent year-round (around 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit), being on the warmer end from December to March.