One Day Tanzania Safari Tour

One Day Tanzania Safari Tour: Is It Possible to Experience the Real Wildlife? Of course, a one-day safari in Tanzania is a great way to experience the amazing wildlife and natural beauty of the country.

Tanzania, as you are aware, is a mountainous, heavily forested country in the northeast with national parks, game reserves, lakes, and beaches. In addition, it is the location of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa largest mountain; Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake; and Lake Tanganyika, Africa’s deepest lake, as well as a rich biodiversity.

Rarely do people make short vacations plans to take a Tanzania Wildlife Safari while on vacation. But in today’s cutthroat society, the majority of people prefer to take a little excursion to finish up their work beforehand. To enjoy a One day Tanzania safari Tour Selecting a tour operator with knowledge of Tanzania’s top attractions and extensive navigational experience is crucial if you want to see the country’s true wildlife.

A Tanzania Safari Day Trip offers a variety of tastes and experiences in a short amount of time and in a more affordable budget. Let’s go over some of the things you may do during a one-day safari in Tanzania.


Tanzania has an unparalleled variety of wildlife in addition to its enigmatic landscapes. A day trip to Ngorongoro Crater gives you the chance to see the African Big Five, including the one that is severely endangered, as well as a lot of other wildlife.

The Ngorongoro crater, known as the world’s largest bowl, symbolizes the diversity of ethical cultures. You will meet the Hadzabe Bushmen on a 1-day safari tour in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and you’ll stay in a Massai lodge that’s been designed in the local style.

To get to the bottom of the greatest caldera, you must travel over forested slopes and drop 600 meters in the early morning. You can witness the more than 30,000 creatures that call the bottom of the crater home, as well as where the wildebeest give birth. Along with the African Big Five, you can see predators including lions, hyenas, cheetahs, leopards, and wild dogs. Zebras, giraffes, antelopes, and other herbivores can be seen in sizable herds.


Lake Manyara, known as a birdwatcher’s paradise, is situated in the middle of the tropical forest-covered Lake Manyara National Park. Known for its tree-climbing lions and herds of elephants and Cape buffalo, Lake Manyara national park is also home to both. More than 500 species of migratory birds reside at Lake Manyara, which is nourished by underground springs and is home to pink flamingos.

It will take two hours to travel on a day excursion from Arusha to Lake Manyara, and you can stop in the multicultural village of Mto Wa Mbu en route. This park is the finest location for boating and birding safari because of the exceptional number of wild creatures there. While sailing on Lake Manyara, you can take in the scenery of beautiful landscapes and their natural habitats.

Elephants, wildebeests, giraffes, blue monkeys, hippos, olive baboons, etc. will all be present for you to see during your one day lake Manyara national park safari. The best objects, though, for photography are flocks of stunning pink flamingos on the alkaline shores of Lake Manyara and tree-climbing lions on the branches. More than 450 different bird species, including birds of prey, are available for birding. The day ends with a transfer to back to Arusha.


Arusha National Park, one of the best locations for walking and kayaking safaris, is only 51 kilometers from Arusha town. It is one of the national park in northern Tanzania that permits walking safaris.

The largest giraffe population, as well as a variety of herbivores and primate species, may be found and seen in Arusha National Park during your game drive and walking safari

You must select one of the three activities, such as a game drive, canoe safari, or walking safari, to explore this park. In this national park, you can mix three different safari options. You will see a variety of wildlife activity on the game drive. Additionally, you can go to Momella Lakes, Ngurdoto Crater, and Little Ngorongoro. On a canoe safari, you can enjoy views of animals, including predators.

This park offers walking safaris where you may see colobus monkeys, giraffes, zebras, and antelopes up close and personal. Additionally, you may see over 400 different bird species, including the crowned eagle and the Lanner falcon.


Because it is home to both big vegetation and giant animals, Tarangire National Park is often known as the “huge national park.” This national park is known for its migratory bird population and is home to tree-climbing lions. It is full of baobab trees, granite kopjes, and acacia woods. Elephants, hyenas, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, buffaloes, cheetahs, and love birds are just a few of the diverse wildlife you’ll see.

The Tarangire River, the only water source for the animals, can be found in this national park, which is about two hours’ drive from Arusha. The river is flanked by acacia and baobab trees. You can see the uncommon and endangered Kudus alongside other herbivores, including elephants, zebras, giraffes, and others. As this country contains the most elephants, you can observe huge herds of them grazing on the savannah grasslands. In this park, you can also see vervet and baboon monkeys.

One Day Tanzania Safari Tour
Tarangire National Park


The Chagga people are based in the Marangu settlement, which is situated at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro. Visit the Chagga tunnel to learn about the history of the Chagga people, particularly their conflict with the Massai warriors.

The village of Marangu, which is two hours away from Arusha, is renowned for its local coffee farm tours. You can learn how to make coffee during a tour of a coffee plantation, and along the way, you can explore the dim, maze-like tunnels that the Chagga people dug to defend themselves from Massai warriors.

You will learn guerilla warfare strategies and tactics from the Chagga people. You should sample the banana beer from the local vendor since this village is well-known for its banana testing.


We offer a 1-day safari in Tanzania so that you may experience the tradition and culture of the Massai people in addition to learning about the Massai warriors and their way of life.

The Maasai settlement is situated to the west of Mount Kilimanjaro, 74 kilometers from Moshi and 85 km from Arusha respectively. You will become familiar with Maasai fauna, Maasai medicine, and Maasai hunting methods during the Tanzania culture day excursion. Your tutor will effectively use both the Maasai and English languages during the learning process. They can assist you with translating from Maasai to English.

The Maasai people’s livelihoods, diet, work, access to healthcare, and education depend on this cultural day trip. You can learn more about Maasai culture by visiting any of the museums. With its varied routes, our Tanzania Safari Day Trip offers a distinctive experience. Our Tanzania Safari Day Tour, which comprises a 1-day safari to several locations, offers the ideal schedule to make your safari more pleasurable.

Focus East Africa Tours is one of the leading travel operators with extensive expertise in Tanzanian destinations. For your Tanzania safari tour, we offer a variety of packages with suitable itineraries. Our local guides are skilled navigators and have more knowledge of particular locations.