Bill & Eva’s Custom Photo Safari in Tanzania

Experience Tanzania’s Stunning Wildlife, Landscape & Culture

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ACC-US board chair, Dr. Bill Yancey and his wife Eva have enjoyed hosting safaris to Tanzania for 9 years. Along with Frederick Mbwambo, an outstanding safari guide, they provide a safe, comfortable, educational, and unforgettable wildlife viewing and photography experience. They would love nothing more than to introduce you to the amazing wildlife, landscapes and cultures of Tanzania.

 

A Message from Dr. Bill Yancey
East Africa has an abundance of wildlife that cannot be matched anywhere else on Earth. Eva and I have enjoyed taking small groups to Northern Tanzania to witness first hand this fantastic, dramatic experience. We have selected the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti in May each year, because of the enormous abundance of game, ease of travel, and safety. We have our own expert guides who know every inch of that territory, and take care of us from the moment we land there, until our plane leaves for home. 2015 was no exception as far as providing us with an outstanding Safari! The landscape was beautifully green, and teaming with wildlife. It was, as so many of our past participants have said over the years…

“The trip of a lifetime!”

Tanzania Safari Itinerary | May 5 – 18, 2018

Group Size — 10 minimum   Price — $6,800 per person* (a portion is a tax-deductible donation to ACC-US)

May 5 – 6 — Sat & Sun

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Leave from USA on the 5th and arrive in Amsterdam on Sunday the 6th in the afternoon. Enjoy a walk around the city and a delicious meal before settling into one of the hotels near the airport.

May 7 — Monday

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The safari group takes the mid-morning non-stop KLM flight from Amsterdam to Kilimanjaro International Airport in Tanzania. Arrive at Kilimanjaro Airport in the Evening. We will be picked up and transferred to Mt. Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary, a small lodge located within 33 acres of mature gardens and an animal sanctuary.

May 8 — Tuesday

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Travel to Lake Manyara National Park, where we will have lunch and enjoy our first wildlife viewing drive of the trip. Then continue on to a lodge just outside the Ngorongoro Crater National Park, the Ngorongoro Farmhouse Lodge. This lodge is part a working farm and coffee plantation featuring lovely terraces and a refreshing pool.

May 9 — Wednesday

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Enter the Ngorongoro Crater, one of the world’s most amazing natural wonders for an all day game drive. Overnight and enjoy the expansive views at the Serena Ngorongoro Crater Lodge built on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater.

May 10 — Thursday

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Enjoy another all day game drive in the Ngorongoro Crater. This area is loaded with wildlife including the rare black rhino. Overnight at the Serena Ngorongoro Crater Lodge.

May 11 & 12 — Fri & Sat

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Drive two hours to Ndutu, just south of the Serengeti National Park. We’ll visit a Maasai village on the way. Cheetah and giraffe are often spotted in this area. Overnight at the eco-friendly Lake Masek Tented Camp, May 11th & 12th.

May 13-16 — Sun to Wed

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After breakfast we’ll drive to the world famous Serengeti National Park and enjoy numerous game drives where we’ll see an abundance of wildlife. This area offers our best opportunity to spot a leopard! We’ll spend four nights at a lodge in the middle of the park (to be determined).

May 17-18 — Thurs & Fri

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After a final morning game drive, we will be driven to the airstrip and flown back to Arusha. That afternoon, we will have some free time before being transferred to the International Airport to catch our flight back to Europe and the U.S. We’re home Saturday, May 19th.

*Safari Price

Your Fee of $6,800 Includes Most Everything:

  • All lodging fees
  • All food while in Tanzania
  • Transportation & transfers
  • Guide & vehicle
  • All park fees
  • Internal flights
  • Tips to driver/guide & hotel staff

Fees Not Included:

  • International flights
  • Small tips ($1 per bag for porters at lodges)
  • Sodas and alcoholic beverages (very close to U.S. fees)
  • Souvenirs/personal purchases
  • Credit card fee (if you choose to purchase your safari with a credit card)
African Conservation Centre US is a U.S. registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. A portion of your safari fee is a tax-deductible donation to ACC-US.