5 Days Luxury Safari


  1. Airport JRO to Kudu lodge
  2. Kudu lodge to JRO Airport


  • 2nights Kudu lodge – on bed and breakfast basis for first night.
  • 2 nights– Serengeti National Park on full board basis at TAASA luxury camp

Tour to:

  • Serengeti National Park
  • Ngorongoro Crater
  • Olduvai George(historical site)
  • Lake Eyasi( bushman)

Option Activities that can participate at extra cost:

  • Walking safari with Maasai guide –Visit a village and experience the local Maasai culture – Olpopongi Village West Kilimanjaro Day tour or Overnight on client request
  • Visiting the Maasai Boma in Ngorongoro- you will get the chance to learn the Maasai people culture and taboos at 50 USD per group.
  • There is option to take a balloon safari in Serengeti at extra cost of USD 560 per person including Serengeti National Park Conservation Fees.

What to expect during your adventure safari

Private car. 4 X 4 Safari jeep

  • Bumping road (going to Serengeti road is not pervade )


  • Day 1 Arrive Tanzania

On landing at Kilimanjaro International airport in Arusha. After customs & Immigration formalities, you will be warmly welcomed by a representative of LIFETIME SAFARIS. Your guide will drive you to for dinner and overnight.

Meal plan:  bed and Breakfast.

Accommodation: mountmeru hotel  

Day 02 Masai village(Olpopongi)

After breakfast at the hotel you will drive to maasai village

Day 02 Serengeti National Park

After breakfast at the lodge, depart for the renowned Serengeti National Park with a picnic lunch .Upon arrival; enjoy game viewing in the park en-route to your lodge. Serengeti National Park covering 10,000 square miles is Tanzania’s largest and most famous national park.  As the southern part of a vast expanse of plains land shared with Kenya (where it is known as the Masai Mara), the Serengeti supports one of the largest concentrations of wildlife in the world.  It is home to dozens of species including antelope, hyena, leopard, giraffe, lion, buffalo and cheetah; but, at certain times of year, the main attraction is the vast numbers of herd animals – primarily zebra and wildebeest – on the move across the plain in a massive migration in search of fresh grass and water.  The sight of so many animals, from the air or on the ground, is spectacular.  A game drive this afternoon will introduce you to this park, famed throughout the world. Dinner & Overnight at.

Meal plan: Dinner, Lunch and Breakfast.

Accommodation: ACACIA Luxury Camp

Day 03 Serengeti National Park

 Today you will have to wake up early, at around 05:30 in the morning. With breakfast, depart your lodge for an early game drive in the park to get a chance to spot the early predators as they start off the day, with luck you may encounter a lion, leopard or even cheetah hunting. Return to your lodge for lunch. And rest till 15:00 P.M when you go on another game drive. Alternatively you may enjoy a full day game drive in the remarkable Serengeti with a picnic lunch served mid-day. Dinner & Overnight

Meal plan: Dinner, Lunch and Breakfast.

Accommodation: ACACIA Luxury Camp

Day 04 Drive to Ngorongoro via Olduvai Gorge

After two days of exciting game viewing in Serengeti National Park, it’s time to drive to the scenic Ngorongoro Crater enjoying wildlife viewing along the way. En route, you’ll stop at Olduvai Gorge, one of the most important pre-historic sites in the world. Here, you have a short lecture and a visit to the museum where you will get a chance to see the remains of the early man and the tools he used for hunting. Afterwards continue with your journey to Ngorongoro. On arrival descend into the crater for a full day of game viewing. A picnic lunch will be taken on the crater floor. The crater supports up to 25,000 large mammals. Grazers dominate: zebra, wildebeest – accounting for almost half the animals – gazelle, buffalo, eland, hartebeest and wart hog. Giraffe, for example, stay away because there is insufficient food at tree level; topi because they compete directly with wildebeest.

An odd feature of the crater elephants is that they are almost exclusively bulls. Breeding herds – comprising large numbers of females and young with a few attendant older males – are probably unable to find sufficient quality food in the crater. Ngorongoro has carnivores in quantity, drawn by the large herds of prey animals. It has the most  dense population of large predators, mainly lion – about 100 – and more than 400 spotted hyena, living in eight clans of up to eighty individuals. Both lions and hyenas will scavenge from each other, depending on weight of numbers and of course, hunger. Dinner & Overnight Lodge.

Meal plan: Dinner, Lunch and Breakfast.

Accommodation:  Kudu lodge

Day 5 – LAKE EYASI (bush man culture)- Kilimanjaro airport

After breakfast at the lodge you will drive to Lake Eyasi to the Bush man where you will experience culture of bush man which is DATOGA AND HADZABE.This is the kind of people who live their whole life in the bus known are the amazing tribe in Tanzania due to their culture and life style in the bush. You will have time to learn their culture like hunting, gathering fruits, medicine, and more about them.

The Hadzabe people, or Hadzabe’e, are an ethnic group in central Tanzania, living around Lake Eyasi in the central Rift Valley and in the neighboring Serengeti Plateau. The Hadzabe   number just under 1000. Some 300–400 Hadzabe live as hunter-gatherers, much as they have for thousands or even tens of thousands of years; they are the last functioning hunter-gatherers in Africa. The Hadzabe are not closely related to any other people. While traditionally considered an East African branch of the Khoisan peoples, primarily because their language has clicks, modern genetic research suggests that they may be more closely related to the Pygmies. The Hadzabe language appears to be an isolate, unrelated to any other.

Then after getting experience at hudzbe ( bush man) you will drive back to the Airport for your flight time. So this will be the end of your unforgettable experience in your life time in Tanzania.

Karibu tena Tanzania. (Welcome again to Tanzania)