Green Season Special…A Bush 2 Beach classic in everyway!!

elephants Tarangire N.P

Wildebeests enjoying the green grassAs of the 1st of November through to December 15th – Bush 2 Beach Safaris in conjunction with a couple of lush newly refurbished/opened tented camps will be running a “Green Season Special”. We hope that this year’s short rains will come on time and bless all with the scheduled afternoon showers that change a dusty threadbare landscape into a carpet of new grasses, fresh buds and blooms over the dry savannah bush land.

The short safari has been carefully put together to give a taste of wildlife with visits to The elephant playground of the north, namely Tarangire National Park which goes without saying as being one of the best parks to visit as the season moves steadily into the dryer months. The park offers great diversity both in scenery and wildlife with the unique bonus of a network of minor tracks and circuits to explore away from the main routes. One can be quite alone and undisturbed whilst out on game drives.

After 2 days of exploring Tarangire we will whisk you off to walk in the footsteps of the Maasai tribes people of Esilalei for some grass roots untouched cultural experiences and interaction. A look behind the scenes with a Boma visit ( traditional dwelling) take a hike to the viewpoint overlooking The Great Rift Valley, sit back to learn and understand some of the beliefs of the Maasai people, return to camp with traditional medicine walk, get a better understanding as to medicinal uses of bark and roots  still used by the Maasai. Leave the Maasai community of Esilalei and head the short distance into the exciting un-chartered and un-explored grounds of Manyara Conservancy, an important wildlife corridor that links the Ngorongoro highlands and Tarangire National Park.

Lake Manyara sunset and The Great rift Valley

Game drives are as wild as one can imagine and the flora is like something out of Jurassic park with a surprise waiting around every corner (can’t promise dinosaurs’ though 🙁 ) 2 x nights spent at the brand new camp the only tented camp in the conservancy – a night drive thrown in to experience the Africa milky way like never before along with chances of viewing the nocturnal  walkers and stalkers that venture out as the sun dips behind the rift valley wall.

The Slow Pace of life

For more details please contact us and reserve your window seat for the wildest wildlife/beach adventure this coming November 2010.

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  1. Christine Highams May 30, 2011

    Hello, do the rains often last on to the end of June? we are arriving in Arusha on 21st June and wonder if we need to bring our rain coats? best wishes from UK.

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