Karibu Tanzania! Welcome to Tanzania and the beginning of your honeymoon adventure. On arrival, you will meet with a representative from the Moana Tanzania team and transfer to your chosen accommodation. It’s rugged, wild, wonderfully romantic, and off-the-beaten-track. Explore Tanzania largest game reserve, sip cocktails beside elephant covered floodplains, picnic alongside hippos, and lose track of the famed Big Five sightings. In summary, we can offer: A bespoke service with your own dedicated Consultant, with tailor-made itineraries to meet your every need and satisfaction.
- Safari, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar, or any combination of these
- Honeymoons to fit any budget, including Ultra-Luxury, Luxury, Mid-Range and Budget
- Different levels of honeymoon atmosphere e.g. discrete vs. bubbles & bling
- Honeymoon treats, for example:
○ Special room welcome e.g. bottle of something bubbly, fruit platter, flowers
○ Private breakfasts or dinners in the bush
○ Couples’ spa treatments
○ Private meals in romantic locations in Zanzibar
Day 1: Tarangire National Park
You will be picked up from your accommodation and you will travel to Tarangire National Park, where you will do a game drive. The name of this national park originates from the Tarangire river that crosses the park. This river is also the primary source of freshwater for the animals during the annual dry season in Tanzania. During the dry season, many animals migrate to Tarangire, looking for water and green grass. But even during the rainy season, Tarangire is habitat for many animal species, which makes Tarangire a good travel destination throughout the whole year.
Tarangire is probably the most famous for its impressive number of elephants and Baobab trees. Tarangire is also home to over 550 bird species, which makes the park a popular attraction for birdwatchers. During your safari you will be served lunch. After the game drive in Tarangire, you will travel to your accommodation, where you will be served dinner and where you will stay overnight.
Accommodation: Maramboi Tented Lodge
Day 2: Rest & Relax at Maramboi Tented Lodge
Maramboi Tented Lodge is an amazing place to stay in Tanzania and it is worth spending a full day here. It is quite magical. The Camp sits between Tarangire National Park and the shore of Lake Manyara, with the mountains of the Rift Valley providing a magnificent backdrop. The Camp is spread out across a plain that is filled with wildlife. During your stay, you may see giraffes, zebra, wildebeest, impala, wart-hogs and a rich variety of bird life. The Camp is simple, stylish and relaxed. Accommodation is a very spacious cottage/tent, with a private outside balcony and carefully designed bathroom. House drinks are included during your stay and Happy Hour whilst watching the sun slowly dip behind the mountains is just beautiful. There is a heated pool with views across the plain and it is possible to go on a guided walk with a Maasai Warrior.
Accommodation: Maramboi Tented Lodge or similar accommodation
Day 3: Serengeti National Park-Seronera Central Serengeti
After breakfast at your accommodation, you will be picked up from the accommodation to do an early game drive at Serengeti National Park. The name ‘Serengeti’ derives from the Maasai word ‘Siringit’, which means ‘endless plains’. The diverse ecosystem of Serengeti mainly consists of grassland plains, woodlands and savanna. In Serengeti you can also find so-called ‘Kopjes’, ancient rocky outcrops, which are habitat for many animal species. It is the great migration where Serengeti is perhaps the most famous for. Over 1 million wildebeests and a large amount of zebras and gazelles cross through Serengeti twice per year, looking for water and green grass. Serengeti is also renowned for its large population of lions and leopards. You will be served lunch during your safari. After the game drive In Serengeti, you will travel to your accommodation, where you will be served dinner and where you will stay overnight.
Accommodation: Serengeti Heritage Camps or similar accommodation
Day 4: Seronera Central Serengeti & Hot Air Balloon flight
Another day spent in Serengeti, but this time you will see it from a different perspective. Hot Air Balloons invoke feelings of thrill, exhilaration and trepidation. And they also give you amazing sightings. The flight offers unrivaled views of the landscape and wildlife. You will be picked up before sunrise from your accommodation and driven to the balloon launch site. After your flight, you will enjoy a bush breakfast and then return to your accommodation or you can choose to enjoy another game drive by car.
Accommodation: Kubu Kubu Tented Lodge or similar accommodation
Day 5: Serengeti to Ngorongoro Crater
Traveling distance 155Kms. Duration: 2.5hours
Ngorongoro Conservation Area is named after the Ngorongoro crater, a large volcanic caldera within the area. The crater rim is over 2,200 meters high and the crater area has its own climate. The crater floor is mainly open grassland and a salt lake is located in the center of the crater. More than 25.000 big animals live inside the crater. The crater is home to approximately 60 permanent lions, which is one of the highest densities of lion prides on earth. The crater is also one of the most likely areas to see the black rhino. Apart from the animals that live in Ngorongoro crater, there are also a few Maasai villages located around the crater. During your safari, you will be served lunch. After the game drive in Ngorongoro, you will travel to your accommodation, where you will be served dinner and where you will stay overnight.
*This tour can also be done in a few days or it can also be extended or combined with Zanzibar beach, cultural tour or Mt.Kilimanjaro trekking according to your wish.
Airport pick-up and drop-off
A private safari car
Breakfast, lunch and dinner while on safari
Accommodation during safari as described
All game drives viewing and transportation in a 4×4 vehicle with viewing roofs
All park and entrance fees
Professional English speaking driver/guide during the safari.
Bottled water in safari vehicles throughout the safari
Current Government taxes and levies
Flights & Visas
accommodation before and after your safari
Travel and health insurance
Tips to your guide, hotel staff, and porters (we recommend to give your safari guide around 25 USD per day and your safari cook around 15 USD per day)
Any other items of a personal nature, laundry, telephone and postage