Ngorongoro crater serengeti 3Days 2Nights Itinerary
Ngorongoro crater serengeti 3Days 2Nights includes watching world greatest migration in Serengeti, big five animals in Ngorongoro Crater plus many other animals, birds in one ecosystem of Ngorongoro and Serengeti
Day 1.Safari to Serengeti National Park
Early in the morning depart for Serengeti national park via Ngorongoro conservation area while having a game viewing on route to Serengeti National park and enjoying the evening game drive towards the camp/Lodge for dinner and over night.
Day 2. Game Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Early morning 6 o’clock weak up depart the camp/Lodge for morning game drive and see if you luck either you can come across with a Big cat on hunting whilst enjoying the sun rise on the Serengeti plains as it one of the best places of observing sun rises and sun set, then you drive back to camp for (branch) means full breakfast and hot lunch, just after lunch and park your belongings back in vehicle on your way to Ngorongoro game en route dinner and over night at camp\Lodge.
Day 3.Half Day Crater Tour
After Breakfast picnic lunch with you descend down the crater for half day crater tour till late afternoon after lunch you will start ascending the crater rim on your way back to Arusha/Moshi which will be the end of the safari please find more of our packages for more extended tours to Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru adventurous trekking, Pangani and Zanzibar beaches.
Our Safari Package Included
- Professional and experienced English speaking safari guide
- Park entrance fee
- Park fee
- New 4×4 Toyota land cruiser with a pop up roof.
- Food as per itinerary
- Water for drinking
- Government Taxes
- pick up on your hotel &Transfers
Safari Package excludes
- Tips for the guide and cook
- Travel insurance
- Visa and passport fees
- Accommodation & meals in Moshi
- Personal items
- Gratuities / tips for safari guide & chef
- Soda and Alcoholic beverages
- Extra activities
Month by month: the Serengeti wildebeest migration
The short rains begin around early November. A little after this, in late November and December, the herds of the wildebeest migration arrive on the short-grass plains of the Serengeti. These are south and east of Seronera, around Ndutu and include the north of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Dispersed across these plains, wildebeest and zebra are everywhere – feeding on the fresh, nutritious grasses. They stay here through January, February and March, with most wildebeest calves born in a short window around February. Gradually they spread west across these plains, then around April they start their great migration north.
By May the Serengeti’s wildebeest all seem to be moving north, migrating to seek fresh grazing and water. The area around Moru Kopjes and west of Seronera is then hectic with a series of moving columns, often containing hundreds of thousands of animals – joined by many zebra, and a scattering of Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelles.
Some of the migration then head due north of Seronera, but most are usually further west. Around June the wildebeest migration is often halted on the south side of the Grumeti River, which has some channels which block or slow their migration north. The wildebeest then congregate there, in the Western Corridor, often building up to a high density before crossing the river. The river here is normally a series of pools and channels, but it’s not continuous – and so whilst they always represent an annual feast for the Grumeti River’s large crocodiles, these aren’t usually quite as spectacular as the crossings of the Mara River, further north.
The wildebeest migration continues moving northwards during July and August, often spreading out across a broad front: some heading through Grumeti Reserve and Ikorongo, others north through the heart of the Serengeti National Park.
September sees the herds spread out across the northern Serengeti, where the Mara River provides the migration with its most serious obstacle. This river gushes through the northern Serengeti from Kenya’s adjacent Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Watching the frantic herds of the wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River can be very spectacular; there are often scenes of great panic and confusion. It’s common to see herds cross the Mara River north on one day, and then back south a few days later.
By October the wildebeest herds are migrating again with more accord: all are heading south, through western Loliondo and the Serengeti National Park’s Lobo area, returning to the green shoots which follow the rains on the short-grass plains of the southern Serengeti in November.