Northern Odyssey

Northern Odyssey - 5 night / 6 day Flying Safari


• This is as sumptuous as safari gets; lavish properties and exquisite locations.

• Avoid the crowds and indulge in an abundance of wildlife from private locations.

• Experience the best that Tanzania has to offer including the ultimate iconic safari

areas; UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti.

• Hike Empakaai Crater, a caldera that contains Empakaai Lake, an 85 metre deep

alkaline pool that envelops three quarters of the crater floor.

• Visit The Hadzabe Tribe, who live on the edge of Lake Eyasi, one of the last

remaining hunter-gatherer tribes, with a population of less than 2,000; the

Hadzabe are not genetically closely related to any other people.

• At Olduvai Gorge, one of the most important palaeoanthropological sites in the

world, see the site excavated and researched by Louis and Mary Leakey.


Days 1-2: Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

Arrive Kilimanjaro International Airport, road transfer to Arusha, fly to Manyara - 2 NIGHTS

Days 3-5: Singita Faru Faru - Fly to Grumeti - 3 NIGHTS

Day 6: Fly to Kilimanjaro International Airport



Ngorongoro Crater, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978 is a geological

spectacle. The 260 square kilometer caldera was formed three million years ago when a giant

active volcano exploded. The mineral rich pastures of the largely flat crater floor have

turned this into a wildlife haven. Over 25,000 large mammals call the area home,

many of whom are endangered, such as the black rhino, wild dog and golden cat.

Positioned on the renowned migratory route in Northern Tanzania’s Grumeti

Reserve, this riverine lodge is a place where you can quite literally expect the

unexpected. This award-winning camp is built on a bluff within 100 metres of the Grumeti River,

well placed to view both resident and migrating wildlife. Informal, unconventional

and surprising at every turn, Singita Faru Faru Lodge is a mix of contemporary,

organic style and the quirky practicality of a traditional 1950s botanists’ camp.