7 Days - Northern circuit self-drive trip

See it, smell it, hear it, feel it, in just 7 days and 6 nights. The unforgettable classic self-drive trip in the Tanzanian northern circuit. Reveal the wonderful and stunning landscape of this beautiful country.  Visit and descend into the incomparable crater of Ngorongoro.  Drive to Lake Manyara, and in the endless plains of Serengeti National Park,  perhaps looking for a black rhino and letting the diversity of Tarangire national park amaze you. These are Tanzania’s truly magical places that will give you truly magical memories, and your self-drive trip in Tanzania. Read more about the northern circuit parks

  • Highlight

    Rent a 4×4 with a rooftop tent and camping gears for a self-drive safari. For 7 days will have an opportunity to explore different national parks in the northern circuit. Visit Tarangire, a national park with its huge elephant herds. Experience hunting activities with locals  Hadzabe in Lake Eyasi or wildebeest migration in Serengeti


Proposed Self Drive Routes

The trip starts and ends anywhere in Tanzania. It will give you an opportunity to visit different national parks like Arusha national park, Lake Manyara and Tarangire which are famous for the highest density of elephants as compared anywhere in Tanzania. Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the jewel crown, volcanic, largest unflooded, and unbroken caldera in the world.

Lake Eyasi is a shallow endorheic salt lake on the floor of the great rift valley at the base of the south Serengeti plateau. Serengeti national park is the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world. It has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa. Lake Natron national park, A soda lake at the base of the active Ol Donyo Lengai volcano mountain and breeding site of over 1.5 million Lesser Flamingos. Read more about the northern circuit from the Tanzania tourist board

The trip starts and ends anywhere your self-drive safari while in Tanzania. It will give you an opportunity to visit different national parks from Lake Chala is thought to be the deepest inland body of water in Africa. The Lake is fed by underground springs from Mount Kilimanjaro. Materuni and Kuringe waterfalls, Materuni is one of the few villages of wonder in northern Tanzania sitting at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Lake Jipe small and shallow lake lying astride the Tanzania and Kenya border, east of the northern Pare mountains of Tanzania in the Mwanga district. Mount Kilimanjaro national park: The highest mountain in Africa and one of the continent’s most magnificent. It has three volcanic peaks, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. Mkomazi National Park: A vital refuge for two highly endangered species, the black rhino and sociable African wild dog, both of which were successfully reintroduced in the 1990s Read more about the northern circuit from the Tanzania Tourist Board