The Northern parks include the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara, and Tarangire. You can see more wildlife you thought possible and enjoy several different parks with unique features. The Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is where you can witness the incredible migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra followed enthusiastically by their predators. You should budget at least 5 days for a decent safari. Northern Tanzania is home to several tribes most notably the Maasai and the Hadzabe.

The Serengeti National Park

The Park offers the absolute classic African safari setting. The grasslands make the Serengeti fantastic for spotting lion kills because you can see the whole spectacle clearly. The migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra starts here, and because it's much larger than the Masai Mara in Kenya, the park is less densely populated with minibuses full of tourists.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The Ngorongoro Conservation area borders the Serengeti in northern Tanzania and includes the world's largest crater which acts as a natural enclosure for almost every species of wildlife found in East Africa. This includes the very rare black rhino. The Ngorongoro Crater is where you'll witness some of the densest population of wildlife in the world and it's a truly amazing place for photographers. The Maasai still live within the conservation area, and it's also home to Olduvai where some of man's earliest remains have been found.
This vast protected area stretches from Lake Natron in the northeast, to Lake Enyasi in the south, and Lake Manyara to the east. Eight million years ago, the Ngorongoro Crater was an active volcano but its cone collapsed, forming the crater that is 610 meters deep, 20 kilometers in diameter, and covers an area of 311 sq. km. The crater is home to many species of wild game and birds. With the exception of impala and topi and the giraffe, almost every species of African plains mammal lives in the crater, including the endangered black rhino, and the densest population of predators in Africa. On the crater floor, grassland blends into swamps, lakes, rivers, woodland and mountains. You can descend to the floor of the crater in a four-wheel drive vehicle. Only 4WD vehicles are allowed into the crater and game drivers are compulsory for all.

Lake Manyara

This relatively small park is divided into five distinct vegetation zones: ground-water forest, marshland and reed beds, open grasslands and acacia woodland. In a single day, a visitor may see elephant, buffalo, zebra, hippo and the curious lions which have a habit of resting in trees. Sheltering under the massive escarpment of the Great Rift Valley.
Lake Manyara boasts plenty of elephants, tree-climbing lions, leopards, giraffes and more than 400 species of birds including flocks of pink flamingos.

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire, like Lake Manyara, is often combined with a visit to the larger, better known Serengeti and Ngorongoro parks. But during the dry season, (June to October) the river beds just teem with animals and it is well worth a trip. Tarangire is a good place to enjoy a walking safaris and an excellent place to view elephants. Be prepared to swat tsetse flies here, at certain times of the year they can get annoying. The park's permanent water supply ensures a huge and varied animal population, especially during the dry season when it rivals that of the Serengeti. The animals include large herds of elephants, rhino, buffalo, zebra, lesser and greater kudu, eland, wildebeest, hartebeest, Gerenuk, impala and fringe-eared oryx. This attractive park, with its statuesque baobab trees, is the main refuge for wildlife from the surrounding part of the Great Rift Valley during the dry season. It is also an excellent place for birdwatching. The best birdwatching months are October to May.

Click down to read a typical itinerary.

Day 1: Moshi to Tarangire National Park

Drive to Tarangire National Park enjoys game drive with picnic lunch. Later in the afternoon drive to the tented campsite for dinner and overnight. Also campsite it's close to Lake Manyara National Park, but outside the park whereby you can get stunning view of Lake Manyara.
Activities in Tarangire National Park
Game drives, bird watching, balloon safari and guided walking safaris
Lodge, luxury tented camps, special and public campsites. this park may be visited as a day trip from Moshi.

Day 2: Serengeti National Park

After breakfast drive to Serengeti National Park enjoy game drive en route, visit the Maasai village on the way enjoy the village. Evening game drive in Serengeti with dinner and overnight in the middle of Serengeti at the campsite/lodge with stunning view of Serengeti.

Day 3: Full day at Serengeti National Park

Exploring the central of Serengeti, which is the residence of all big cats; lions, leopards, cheetah and many more, follow the wildebeest great migration. Dinner and overnight at the campsite/lodge
Game drives, balloon safaris (upon request), walking safaris, cultural tourism (visit a Masai village), crocodile safaris are some of the most popular options.

Day 4: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater.

Early morning game drives before breakfast enjoy sunrise at Serengeti National Park. After breakfast and lunch, leave the lodge and go for the final game drive on the way out the park to the rim of Ngorongoro Crater for dinner and overnight at the lodge/campsite with awesome view of crater.
Game drive, walking safaris (highlands area only, no walking safaris are permitted inside of the crater) and trekking.

Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater to Moshi

After breakfast the morning descend the 600m high crater walls to the floor of the crater for game drive and game viewing, enjoy your picnic lunch by the hippo pool at Ngoitoktok, until in the afternoon. Ascend the crater and drive back to Moshi/Arusha or to the airport

But also we arrange any number of days itenary in nothern parks.