ET302 - Dar es Salaam, ..., Dar es Salaam (7 Nights / 8 Days)
Day 1 – Addis Ababa / Dar es Salaam - Morning arrival at Addis Ababa International Airport. Break fast will be served on board before flight arrival. There will be a two hours stay at departure hall so you can relax your self with morning sun raised behind the Yerere Mountain shown at distant in front of the gates.
Arrive Dar es Salaam International Airport. Meet and transfer to a Hotel in Dar es Salaam for overnight on bed and breakfast basis.
Day 2 –Selous Game Reserve - After breakfast drive to Selous Game Reserve for game viewing. The day is spending in the Selous with Packed lunches. Dinner and overnight at Selous.
Day 3 - Selous Game Reserve - Morning Boat Safari. Afternoon game drives in Selous Game Reserve, Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuary, with an area of 54.600kms. It is larger than Switzerland and a UNWHS. Picnic lunch box reroute. Dinner and overnight at the camp. Full board accommodation in the Selous.
Day 4 – Selous Game Reserve - The day is spend in the Selous. Morning Walking Safari. Afternoon game drive. Full board accommodation in the Selous.
Day 5 - Mikumi National Park - After breakfast drive to Mikumi National Park. Mikumi National Park is located north of Selous reserve, less than 300km from Dar es Salaam. It is an important centre for students studying Ecology and conservation .It is about 3230sq. km. Lions, Elephants, giraffe, buffalo, Zebra, Wildebeest, Crocodiles, yellow baboons are some of the residents of the park.
On-route packed lunch. Late afternoon game viewing in Mikumi. Dinner and overnight in Mikumi.
Day 6 - Ruaha National Park - After breakfast drive to Ruaha National Park for game viewing.Full board accommodation in Ruaha.
Day 7 – Mikumi National Park - After breakfast depart from Ruaha and return to Mikumi National Park for lunch in Mikumi. Afternoon game viewing in Mikumi. Dinner and overnight in Mikumi.
|Night||Mbega Camp||Rufiji River Camp||Selous Safari Cam||Sand Rivers Lodge||Beho Beho Camp|
|1||Peacock Hotel||Holiday Inn||Kilimanjaro Kempinski||Kilimanjaro Kempinski||Kilimanjaro Kempinski|
|2||Mbega Camp||Rufiji River Camp||Selous Safari Camp||Sand Rivers Lodge||Beho Beho Camp|
|3||Mbega Camp||Rufiji River Camp||Selous Safari Camp||Sand Rivers Lodge||Beho Beho Camp|
|4||Mbega Camp||Rufiji River Camp||Selous Safari Camp||Sand Rivers Lodge||Beho Beho Camp|
|5||Gensies Guest House||Mikumi Wildlife Camp||Mikumi Wildlife Camp||Mikumi Wildlife Camp||Mikumi Wildlife Camp|
|6||Tandala Camp||Ruaha River Lodge||Jongomero Camp||Jongomero Camp||Jongomero Camp|
|7.||Tandala Camp||Ruaha River Lodge||Jongomero Camp||Jongomero Camp||Jongomero Camp|
|8.||Gensies Guest House||Mikumi Wildlife Camp||Mikumi Wildlife Camp||Mikumi Wildlife Camp||Mikumi Wildlife Camp|
|9.||Peacock Hotel||Holiday Inn||Kilimanjaro Kempinski||Kilimanjaro Kempinski||Kilimanjaro Kempinski|
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Flights are scheduled daily to the following destinations: Bahar Dar, Gondar, Lalibela, Axum and Addis Ababa.
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