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Tanzania Northern Camping Safari companion/mate

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I have booked a one week camping safari leaving Arusha Oct 9 to Oct 14. So far I am going solo and whomever would join me would be the only one, so it would not be too crowded but open if there are two of you.

I'm a seasoned traveler but for this trip I would rather share the experience with another traveler. I'm open to either man or woman.

The tour is with Good Earth they have a great track record check them out. Please let me know as soon as possible if you are really interested. I am leaving on Oct 1 so I would rather get everything settled.

Here is a brief description of the itinerary :
Day 1 (Oct 09): Arusha/Tarangire
Leave Arusha for Tarangire; game drives in Tarangire. The park is famous for its large herds of elephants.
Estimated driving distance: 2.5hrs drive
Activities: Game drives
Accommodation & Meals: Budget camping using COMFY CAMPS, L,D.
http://www.comfycamps.com/

Day 2 (Oct 10): Tarangire / Serengeti:
After breakfast, we drive to Serengeti. Afternoon game drives in Serengeti, in search of large predators and the gentle herbivores on which they feed.
Estimated driving distance: 4hrs drive
Activities: Game drives
Accommodation & Meals: Budget camping using COMFY CAMPS, B,L,D

Day 3 (Oct 11): Serengeti:
More game drives in Serengeti
Activities: Game drives
Accommodation & Meals: Budget camping using COMFY CAMPS, B,L,D

Day 4 (Oct 12): Serengeti / Ngorongoro
After breakfast, we will have another game drive in Serengeti, and then drive to Ngorongoro, with optional ($60/group) visit of Masai Village, and optional ($20/person) visit to Olduvai Gorge.
Estimated driving distance: 3hrs drive
Activities: Game drives
Accommodation & Meals: Budget camping using COMFY CAMPS, B,L,D

Day 5 (Oct 13): Ngorongoro / Arusha
Descend into Ngorongoro crater for game drives in the crater exploring the short-grass plains of the crater floor. This extinct volcano embraces 100sq miles alive with lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo, and many more games, then drive to Arusha and dropped at your hotel.
Estimated driving distance: 3hrs drive
Activities: Game drives
Accommodation & Meals: Jacaranda Hotel B, L
The price for everything is $1,295.

Oh one more thing you would have your own tent, and the tents are very large you can stand straight up and they come with a full size air mattress.

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