Tanzania Safari Near Ngorongoro
Close to Ngorongoro is an unusual and off the beaten track journey around the Great Rift Valley giving you the best of Tanzania’s wildlife, an intimate view into two of their most fascinating cultures and some of the most awesome landscapes on earth.
The Rift Valley Safari will take you on an adventure where you will see lions, elephants, flamingos and camels, volcano hop from Ngorongoro to Empkaai and meet the Lake Eyasi and Hadzabe bushmen.
This all-inclusive safari near to Ngorongoro costs $3,850 for a 14-day trip or $2,950 for an 11-day trip. The safari is also available for $300 per person per day and all of these prices cover the cost of the majority of your meals and all of your accommodation.
Trip of a Lifetime
These costs assume that two will be sharing a room but solo travellers can upgrade for a small single supplement fee. Throughout your trip, you will stay in a private family home, guesthouse hotel, a catered camp and an eco camp and when you are camping you have the option of your own tent.
Felix and Nancy will welcome you into the family home they share with their two children and their separate guesthouse will be the main base of your trip. They will prepare some excellent traditional dishes for you while you stay with them.
The Great Rift Valley is close to Ngorongoro and your main base will be at the family home of Felix and Nancy and their two children. During your stay with them, you will have a room in their separate guest house and they will provide most of your meals.
The main feature of the NCA is the Ngorongoro Crater, a large, unbroken, unflooded volcanic caldera. The crater, which formed when a giant volcano exploded and collapsed on itself some two to three million years ago, is 610m (2,000 ft) deep and its floor covers 260 km2 (100 sq mi). Estimates of the height of the original volcano range from fifteen to nineteen thousand feet (4500 to 5800 metres) high.
About Tanzania Rift Valley Safari
The Rift Valley lakes are a group of lakes in the East African Rift which runs through the whole eastern side of the African continent from north to south. These lakes include some of the oldest, largest and deepest lakes in the world, and many are freshwater ecoregions of great biodiversity, while others are alkaline “soda lakes” supporting highly specialised organisms. An unusual and off the beaten track journey around the Great Rift Valley gives you the best of Tanzania’s wildlife, an intimate view into two of their most fascinating cultures and some of the most awesome landscapes on earth.