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Best 2 days Tanzania Safari from Arusha or Moshi for 2023, 2024, and 2025
Enjoy the amazing 2-day Tanzania safari that is the best tour adventure for clients who have unlimited time because the journey is a short but amazing tour. You will visit the best destinations in Africa including Lake Manyara National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area. On this safari, you will experience different animals.

During this 2-day Tanzania safari you will witness the 2 most popular and best parks including; Lake Manyara National Park is famous for climbing lions, elephants, and buffalos. Ngorongoro Crater is also famous for animals such as rhinos. Also, you can see groups of wildebeests around the crater, lions, and flamingos.

The price for the best 2-day Tanzania safari is from $400 to $1500 per person, and this best price can be paid in US dollars, pounds, euros, or Tanzanian shillings. The price depends on transportation using pop-up-roof 4X4 vehicles.

The full details itinerary for the best 2-day Tanzania safari
Day 1: Arusha-Lake Manyara National Park; 
On this day, you will be picked up from your hotel in Arusha with your lunch boxes and driven to Lake Manyara National Park. Late in the afternoon, you will break for a picnic lunch, then continue with the game drive till late evening and exit the park to Ngorongoro for dinner and an overnight stay.

The game in Lake Manyara National Park includes plenty of elephants, wildebeests, giraffes, and buffalo. In addition, the park is also very famous for its large number of zebras, impalas, warthogs, and waterbucks on the slope of the escarpment.

Day 2: Ngorongoro Crater back to Arusha.
After an early morning drive to Ngorongoro Crater with a picnic lunch. The purpose of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area has been to preserve the environment for the Maasai people who were diverted from the Serengeti plains. These essential nomadic people build temporary villages in circular homesteads called homes, later returning to Arusha Town.