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Day 1: Time for safari! After departing Moshi around 9am, the drive to Tarangire Park is a scenic, 4-hour ride. At the park, pop the roof of the car and begin a game drive. Spot elephants, ostrich, waterbuck, giraffe, and even lions! After wrapping up the game drive, it is a 1-hour drive to the campsite. Settle down for a beautiful night of camping under a star-filled sky. Day 2: Depart the campsite at 7:30am and drive 1 hour to the crater. As you descend into the crater, spot rhinos, zebra, lions, wildebeest, and impala. This UNESCO World Heritage site was formed by a volcano over 3 million years ago and now this conservation area is home to many African species. Head toward the lake, which is colored pink by the numerous flamingo wading in the water. Eat lunch next to the hippos and return to the campsite by 5pm. Day 3: Depart the campsite at 7:30am and head to Lake Manyara National Park for a short game drive. Watch herds of baboons on the move and in the trees surrounding the car. Return to the campsite for lunch before the 4-hour drive back to Moshi, returning by 5pm. Day 4: International flights depart. Inclusions: transportation, 3 nights' camping accommodations, 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 2 dinners, national park fees, 1 night's accommodations in Moshi, airport transfer. http://www.oneseedexpeditions.com/extensions/safari
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The best time to witness the migration is probably February - March when the wildebeest and zebra have their young. Not only can you enjoy seeing baby animals, but the predators are at the highest number too. Because the herds also concentrate in the south of the Serengeti, it's easy to plan your wildlife viewing in that area and find a safari company that offers lodging there. June to November is Tanzania's dry season and is the best time to visit all the parks (and you can always hop over to Kenya's Masai Mara to witness the Great Migration during this time). Tanzania's Southern Parks are perfect to visit during this time since the animals tend to congregate around permanent water and it isn't so hot and humid. All of Tanzania's parks suffer from the rains which generally fall from March to May in the North, and from November to May in the South and West. Roads get washed out and given the sheer size of Tanzania's parks, the animals tend to spread out, and this makes wildlife viewing less satisfying (if you're looking for sheer numbers of animals). December through March can get quite hot and humid, especially in Western and Southern Tanzania which makes it a little uncomfortable to spend a lot of time in the bush.

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Definitely plan your trip in November to witness the great migration - hands down the most breathtaking and humbling experience I've ever had in my life.

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