Safari Tours in the Northern Tanzania, Start & End in Moshi or Arusha

Tanzania's first safari areas were in the north, and this 'northern circuit' remains its most famous safari area. The Ngorongoro Crater and the Rift Valley's Lake Manyara are names to conjure with – whilst the Serengeti's great migration is one of the world's great wildlife spectacles; no wonder it attracts hundreds of thousands of human visitors every year!

Our Sample Packages

One Day Safari to Ngorongoro Conservation Area for US$250/Person, Groups to Join Available Daily


2 Days Camping Safari to Lake Manyara & Ngorongoro Crater for US$450/Person, Groups to Join Available Daily


3 Day Camping Safari to Serengeti & Ngorongoro crater for US$650/Person, Groups to Join Available Daily


4 Day Safari to Tarangire, Serengeti & The Ngorongoro Crater for US$850/Person, Groups to Join Available Daily


5 Days Camping Safari to Tarangire, Serengeti, The Ngorongoro Crater & Lake Manyara Park for US$1050/Person, Groups to Join Available Daily



If this is your first time in East Africa or your first time on safari, this packing list below can help you to be well prepared for adventure trip with us. If you do forget a few things, don’t worry, you can pick up most everyday items in town before you leave. It should be noted that safari vehicles and small aircraft provide limited space for luggage. It is therefore recommended to travel with light bags since bulky suitcases will overload and might not be taken on board.  

Travel Documents:
--Valid passport
--Yellow fever vaccination records/ certificate.
--Tanzania visa, available at airport upon arrival, USD $100 payable in cash only for US citizens or USD $50 for residents of UK/European Union and most other countries.
--Copy of flight itinerary.
--Copy of travel insurance.
--Personal medical/dental insurance cards.
--Credit card (Visa and MasterCard are most widely accepted).
--Cash in U.S. Dollars (bills MUST have been issued in 2004 or later)


Remember, it’s not a fashion show out there, so be a bit more practical when choosing your safari wardrobe. Try to stay away from bright colours – khaki and other neutral colours tend to work well. It is probably best if you dress in layers since it can get cold, but also very hot.

--Sweater or fleece pullover to keep warm
--Sturdy boots or sandals
--Sun hat
--Sun glasses
--T-shirts or polo shirts (2-5 depending on how often you want to change)
--Long sleeve shirts (light weight)
--Long trousers
--Travel towel
--Thermal underwear, gloves and warm hat (during May – Sept)
--Rain coat and rain trousers (During rainy season Mar - May and Oct - Dec)

Sleeping, for Camping Safaris:
--Bring your own sleeping bag or you hire it one in Arusha.
--Tents & Foam sleeping pads (mattresses) are provided by us at no charge

Highly recommended:
--Camera and memory cards
--Hand sanitizer and wet wipes
--Insect Repellent
--Personal toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, eye drops etc)
--Malaria tablets
--Basic first aid kit and prescription medicines
--Flashlight or headlamp
--Chargers and extra batteries for your camera, phone etc
--Power adapter to fit the UK style electrical socket

Others Tips
-- Bring soft luggage such as a duffel bag, hiking pack or sports bag. These are ideal for packing into a safari vehicle. --Hard suitcases can often be difficult to fit into the vehicles.
--Bring a backpack to carry all of your important items including travel documents, money, camera, medication etc. You should keep this backpack with you at all times.
--Keep luxury items such as hair dryers/ straighteners, expensive jewellery, make up and bulky toiletries to an absolute minimum. If in doubt, leave them out.
--If you plan to bring cash, divide it into different areas of your carry-on luggage, wallet and money belt just in case something happens to one of those carry items.
--Leave some space in your luggage for the all-important souvenirs that you will probably buy. There are places where you can send packages home via DHL etc, however this can sometimes be an expensive option.