The Maasai Safari is a fundraiser for the Maasai Harmonial Development and Sustainability project. All proceeds will benefit the people in the project area. It is a one time trip, occuring June 15-24th, 2018.

You will visit Serengeti, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, and Ngorogoro Crater wildlife parks.You will learn about Maasai culture and the challenges of living in the conservation.

The villagers are impoverished and suffer malnutrition due to drought. They are non-traditional in that they have accepted education as a solution to their problems and that many of them understand that family planning is needed for healthier families and sustainability in an area where cattle compete with wildlife for grasses in frequent drought conditions.

Giraffe - Lake Manyara

Typical Day

Serengeti National Park/Ngorongoro Crater Rim (145km, 3 hours)
Wake up at 0600 hours for early morning game drives in Serengeti at 0900 hours back to the Lodge for breakfast. Here in the Serengeti region you can often watch wildebeest and zebras next to lions and other big cats such as leopards and cheetahs. Lunch is taken at a picnic spot before a slow drive to the Ngorongoro Crater. On the way you will pass the Olduvai Gorge where the English pair, Louis and Mary Leaky pioneered excavation work. In the sixties some of the earliest archaeological deposits of human evolution was found and a small museum (visit optional) documents these discoveries. Then check out and drive with lunch and game viewing en route to Ngorongoro Crater Rim. Dinner and Overnight at Ngorongoro Simba "A" Campsite. Meal Plan: {B,L,D}

Safari transport by 4 x 4 Land Cruiser (6 - 8 seat) with a roof hatch that ‘pops up’ to enable easy viewing and photography.

Sunrise in the Serengeti

Age range, type of group

Adults of all ages are welcome. However, be aware of your abilities to sleep on the ground on a foam mat or to sit for hours in a vehicle watching wildlife without getting out. Teens ages 14 and above are allowed if accompanied by parents. Limited to one teen per parent.

Hippos at Ngoitokitok Spring, Ngorogoro

Sleeping and meals

A camping safari in the bush of Tanzania is the quintessential private African safari experience. A choir of nocturnal birds, insects and distant roaring lions lullabies you to sleep.

Sitting around an open camp fire with the southern skies bright overhead is the real way of appreciating Africa’s magic.

Each tent is large, spacious and well ventilated.

No bed provided but there is a foam mattress on the ground with floor canvas. On a basic camping safari guests sleep in private tents in designated campsites in or near national parks. Our safari crew sets up the camp and prepares all the meals. Whenever possible, we use more remote campsites to make your camping experience more private. There are permanent toilet and shower facilities at almost all the campsites. We heat water for showers at more remote sites.

Female Impalas

Policies & Restrictions

No pets. No smoking on safari.

Mother, baby elephants, Lake Manyara

Other Information

Proceeds from the trip benefits the Maasai Harmonial Development and Sustainability community-based organization (CBO). This organization strives for self-reliance and sustainability by education of boys and girls, education of girls beyond primary school to keep them from an early marriage, building of a nursery school to bring young children up to par with their Swahili-speaking peers, women's livelihoods, men's alternative livelihoods, microloans, health and family planning, improved animal husbandry, youth empowerment, education in male responsibility towards women, and college or vocational education in areas that will benefit the community.

Girls starting boarding school, new uniforms
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USD $2045 per trip pp
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