Visitors from the United States and Europe require visas to enter Tanzania. Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous state within Tanzania, so you don't need a separate visa to visit, but you do need to show your passport.Travel June through October
This is the best time to visit Zanzibar because the temperature averages 26°C (79°F).Plan your trip around the holy month of Ramadan
Zanzibar observes Ramadan for a month every year. During this period Muslims are forbidden to eat, drink, or smoke between sunrise and sunset. Although hotels catering to tourists are not affected, many small shops and restaurants are closed during the day. If you plan to arrive during Ramadan, aim for the end, when a huge feast called the Eid al-Fitr (which means "end of the fast") brings everyone out to the streets.
Depart from Arusha to Serengeti National Park after breakfast via Ngorongoro/Oldupai Gorge where the fossil of first humans called Zinjanthropus where discovered by Dr. Lousy Leakey and Mary Leakey while accompanied with lunch boxes. Continue with afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at Seronera campsite. Meal plan Full Board.
Breakfast is followed by half day game drive in Serengeti National Park. This Park covers an area of 14,763sq km. The name Serengeti come from Maasai language and means “endless plains”. Here wildlife like Lion, Thompson and Grant Gazelle, Zebra, Buffalo, Hippo, Elephant & Cheetah. Drive to Ngorongoro for overnight at Simba campsite. Meal plan Full Board.
After breakfast you depart to Ngorongoro Crater at 6:30. Here you come across unique attractions near this historical caldera where man and wildlife are living together without harming one another. Get a chance to observe wildlife including Lion, Elephant, Hippo, Wildebeest, Warthog and Zebra, and see also lake Magadi, Lerai Forest and Ngoitokito swamp; while accompanied with lunch boxes. After lunch start driving to Arusha.Child Allowed: Yes