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Reviewed August 17, 2019 via mobile

We did 7 day (6 night) camping safari in these parks. Amazing parks and wildlife, be prepared for long hours driving on bumpy roads. We went by car from Arusha to Tarangire, then to Serengeti (all way north) and then back to Arusha with 2 nights in Ngorongoro Crater. We spend all days in the car on dirt roads, seen many amazing animals and landscapes. But flying out from Serengeti had probably made more sense then going back to Arusha again. Flying from Serengeti is not so cheap, but it saves time that you can spend extra in the parks. Driving drom Serengeti gate in the south to the Mara river up north will likely take you 7 to 8 hours if you drive straight (no game drive).
If you drive up north to see the Big Migration of the Wildebeast, be prepared to spend some time up there. The herds sometimes take hours, if not days, to decide if and where they will cross the river. So allow enough time.

We stayed mostly at public campsites, which are basic but good and offer some amazing views. Some of them have (cold) showers, and bathrooms are usually clean, but this depends also what time of the day you arrive and on your fellow campers... bring tissue paper.
Also, bring earplugs. We were quite surprised by the level of noise fellow campers make at night, especially those traveling in groups.
Special note for the Ngorongoro Crater campsite; while they have warm showers here (!) it gets freezing cold as soon as the sun sets. Bring warm layers for the evening. Dinner will be served in a covered space but still open on all sides. It can be windy and the temperature drops fast. We were very happy with the small bottle of whiskey we brought to keep us also warm on the inside!

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Mir-HW
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Reviewed July 31, 2019 via mobile

"We often get asked ..where is your favorite place you have travelled to so far?. That's a HARD question! The world is full of so much beuty and each country is so HARD to compare but if we had to choose one , it would be Tanzania

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed July 28, 2019 via mobile

Never visited the Serengeti before. Stunning and beautiful. Highly recommend having a private guide to navigate you around this wonderful national park.

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank 478andyn
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Reviewed July 27, 2019

All in one day:

30 Lions
3 Leopards
5 Cheetahs
2 Cervil cats

Considering that some may go for days without seeing a leopard, I figure out tab wasn't bad.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 27, 2019

I am grateful for having more than one trip to visit seronera and around central Serengeti. There is so many loop for a game drive, well allocated campsite and good visitor information place where all the documents and history are reserved. Also , i was lucky to hike a small hill which explain the brief information about ecosystem of Serengeti and migration that has happened throughout the year. Th epeople are very kind and willing to help in any sort of way and we were lucky that we sport a big group of Matriarchial herd of elephant, and pride of lion which was settling on top of the kopjes. The vies of the plain was incredible and i cant wait to go there and take more photos of wildlife and nature.

Date of experience: September 2018
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