The overview 6 days wildlife safari in northern Tanzania circuit

6 days wildlife safari in TanzaniaTanzania’s southern 6 Days Tanzania southern circuit wildlife safari circuit is not as well-known or visited as other tourism circuits, but it does have some fantastic and outstanding unique sights for travelers to experience from this secret tourism zone. Due to its low profile, it is perhaps the only place of the country where visitors can get a closer view at African scenery.
The article covers an incredibly fantastic safari to Tanzania’s Southern Circuit. This safari to Tanzania’s southernmost region will be packed with animal sightings in the country’s top reserves and National Parks. Mikumi National Park, Ruaha National Park, and Udzungwa National Park form an excellent combination. It is a fantastic excursion for 6 DAYS WILDLIFE SAFARI aficionados, serious safari tourists, and first-time visitors

The highlights of this 6 days wildlife Safari

Unlimited Game drives
Guided walking tour
Scenic drives
Hiking of Sanje water falls
Bird watching
Cultural encounters


Day 1: Transfer from Dar es Salaam to Mikumi for afternoon walking safari

After breakfast, you will depart Dar es Salaam for a 5- to 6-hour trip to Mikumi National Park. Making stops alongside the way to discover additional Tanzanian native villages located beside the road.
Arrive in Mikumi in time for lunch, then take a short break before embarking on a 2-hour walking safari through Mikumi National Park, accompanied by an armed park ranger.  Expect to encounter zebras, giraffes, elephants, impalas, wildebeests, warthogs, monkeys, and a variety of bird species on the walking safari. You will then return to your lodge for leisure and relaxation, dinner, and an overnight stay.
The meal plan includes all meals

Day 2: Game drive day in Mikumi

After breakfast, take an early morning wildlife drive in Mikumi to see the early risers, especially large cats like lions and leopards, as well as other strange species that are actively hunting.
In the afternoon, see elephant families, herds of giraffes, impalas, and antelopes, lions, wildebeests, buffalos, and a large number of zebras, wild birds, and crocodiles, among other things. In the evening, you will be driven back to the lodge for leisure, dinner, and an overnight stay.
Meal plan: All meals are included

Day 3: Drive to Ruaha national park for afternoon game drive

After breakfast, you’ll take a 4- to 5-hour trip to Ruaha National Park. In the afternoon, you go on a sunset wildlife drive through the Ruaha wilderness. Ruaha National Park, located in southern Tanzania, is a lesser-known safari location with a diverse range of flora and fauna.
You will have a more exclusive safari experience than in the more well-known parks in Northern Tanzania. Elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, hippos, wildebeests, innumerable antelopes, and even lions are among the animals you will witness. You will return to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay after the wildlife drive.
All meals are included in the meal plan

Day 4: Full day game drive

After breakfast, take a full-day game drive through Ruaha National Park. It is one among the most fascinating wildlife reserves due to its pristine environment, and it is nearly as large as the Serengeti. Lions, cheetahs, wild dogs, and hyaenas, as well as elephants, giraffes, kudu, antelopes, hippo crocodiles, and impalas, are all protected in Ruaha National Park.
Ruaha National Park is a wilderness environment that combines game viewing with magnificent scenery. The park has not been thoroughly explored, providing guests with a truly unique experience. Over 500 bird species have been identified here, making it a birdwatcher’s paradise. The majority of the birds are native, such as Kingfishers, Hornbills, and Sunbirds, although others, such as the White Stork, migrate from other continents such as Asia, Europe, and inside Africa. Return to the resort for dinner and an overnight stay after an exciting day of watching wild animals

Day 5: Transfer to Udzungwa Mountains for hiking of Sanje water falls

After breakfast, you begin on a game drive to the Udzungwa Mountains, where you can stop at a Masai Boma for 1 or 2 hours to visit the Masai and learn about their way of life; the Masai mamaa will be your guide and discuss the complete Maasai way of life. You will then travel to Udzungwa.
Drive to the park gate and begin climbing through the magnificent primary forest to the base and then the top of the beautiful 180m Sanje Waterfall, seeking for primates (Iringa Red Colobus and Sanje Mangabey) along the way.
You’ll trek this trail to see the four tiers of waterfalls, spot monkeys, and take in the gorgeous surroundings. View habituated Sanje Mangabeys, native plant species, birds, reptiles and amphibians, and butterflies. Swim in the plunge pools and admire the indigenous African Violets that thrive in the spray zones. Descend after taking in the breathtaking views. In the late evening, return to the lodge for your dinner and night.
Meal plan: All meals are included

Day 6: Drive back to Dar es Salaam

Check out of the lodge and drive back to Dar es Salaam after a leisurely breakfast. Arrive in Dar es Salaam and be dropped off at your hotel, bringing this safrai to a conclusion.
Meal plan: Breakfast and lunch

The 6 days wildlife safari tour inclusions

Park entry fees
All activities (Unless labeled as optional)
All accommodation
A professional driver/guide
All transportation
All Taxes/VAT
Meals and specifies drinks like water

6 days wildlife safari Exclusions

International flights
Additional accommodation before and after the tour
Tips to drivers and guides
Personal items like Souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees.
Government imposed increase of taxes

Brief Information about Udzungwa Mountains National park

Udzugwa mountains National Park is a wildlife refuge in central Tanzania located amid the Iringa and Morogoro areas within the eastern arc highlands, 60 kilometers south of Mikumi National Park along the Mikumi Ifakara road. The national park was established in 1992 by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, the creator of the World Wide Fund, and encompasses a total area of 1,990 square kilometers, with vegetation types including Miombo woodland, grassland, tropical rainforest, and mountain forest.
It is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including elephants, bushbucks, palm civets, leopards, duikers, Miombo genets, hyenas, six primates, over 400 bird species, 2500 plant species, 25% of which are native to just Udzugwa Mountains National Park, among others. Wasungwa, a Kihehe word that means “people who live on the sides of the mountains,” inspired the name Udzugwa Mountains National Park