As a 5 days camping safari that it is, accommodation is scheduled at public campsites within the National Parks and outside the parks but within close reach to the park where necessary. After game viewing at Tarangire National Park it is easy to spend the night at a campsite like fig lodge campsite at Mto wa Mbu or spend that night at wildlife at the Rift Valley Escarpment with great views over the Lake Manyara. You can request for this if you wish.Camping at Serengeti National Park is schedule in one of the many public campsites at Seronera in Central Serengeti, campsites like Nyani, or Nguchiro campsite depending on availability on the day that you visit Serengeti and the time of travel. Your guide will choose the best for you. All of the campsites are what anyone yearning for a camping safari in Tanzania would ask for; camping in the bush in the middle of nowhere at the centre of the most famous wildlife area in Africa.
Day-1:Arusha to Tarangire national park.
Day-2:Tarangire to Serengeti national park.
Day-3:Serengeti to Ngorongoro .
Day-4:Ngorongoro Crater to Lake Manyara .
Day-5:Lake Manyara to Arusha town.
Duration: 5 days,
10% Deposit payable upfront for budget camping and 30% for lodge. Remaining balance payable 20days or in arravil days for budget safari prior to trip departure. Free cancellation up to 30 days prior departure.
No refund applicable within 10 days of departure..
A deposit of 10% is required when booking this tour. The remaining balance will be charged 20 days prior departure.
For any bookings within 2days of departure, the full tour amount will be charged upon booking.
What is high altitude training system?
Altitude training systems work by simulating the high altitudes found on Mount Kilimanjaro. The altitude training system reduces the percentage of oxygen in the air you breathe. Through regular use, the body undergoes physiological changes to cope with the lower oxygen level.
Without pre-acclimatization, as climbers ascend on Kilimanjaro, their bodies respond with short-termadaptations. These quick-response adaptations are meant primarily to prevent sickness and allow for some semblance of normal cardiovascular and muscular performance in an oxygen deprived environment.
Pre-acclimatization through altitude training systems produces long-term adaptations, such as an increase in red blood cells, blood volume, and efficiency of oxygen absorption. These adaptations help:
Increase recovery on the mountain. Breathing rates and oxygen intake decreases when the body is asleep. In an oxygen deficient environment, many people have difficulty sleeping. Pre-acclimatization enables people to sleep well, and thus, recover after physical activity.
Increase performance on the mountain. Pre-acclimatization significantly improves the body’s mechanisms for delivering oxygen to the muscles. The result is increased aerobic and anaerobic performance on Kilimanjaro, such as hiking strength and endurance.
Reduce the Incidence of Acute Mountain Sickness. Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is the main reason climbers fail on Mount Kilimanjaro. Most people will experience some symptoms of AMS. Pre-acclimatization can reduce or eliminate symptoms of AMS.
1 – Water Bladder, Camelbak type (recommended)
1 – Towel, lightweight, quick-dry (optional)
Stuff Sacks or Plastic Bags, various sizes, to keep gear dry and separate
Insect Repellent, containing DEET
You should follow the layering principle when you dress. Layering is a systematic, logical approach to wearing multiple layers of clothing. The layers you will have are: base layer, mid layer, and outer shell.
What are those layers?
Nothing is required but many are recommended. A certificate of yellow fever vaccination is required for entry into Tanzania when arriving from countries where yellow fever is present.
The following vaccines may be recommended for your travel to East Africa. Discuss your travel plans and personal health with a health-care provider to determine which vaccines you will need.