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Welcome to your safari adventure. Between approximately June and November each year the northern area of Tanzania gets very little rainfall. During this “long dry season” the grass eventually turns golden brown and available water sources dry up, forcing the animals into areas where there is permanent water. 

The herds of wildebeest, zebra, antelope and gazelle that roam the northern Serengeti are pushed north and east and cross the Mara River into Kenya. A segment of this population remains in the Grumeti region year-round and another unrelated group pours into Tarangire National Park along with thousands of elephants. This safari visits the areas where available water attracts masses of herbivores and the predators whose follow in their wake completing the cycle of life and death on the savannah.

Close your eyes and picture yourself there…



Dinner and overnight at African Tulip (Bed & Breakfast)

Upon arrival we will be able to pick you at any location and you will meet with our guide for greetings and briefing before the start of the next day.

Dinner and overnight at Lions Paw (Full Board – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

After a leisurely breakfast your safari adventure begins. We drive to Tarangire National Park – home of the highest population of elephants, pride of lions, and over 400 species of birds. Tarangire is home to huge herds of buffalo and is inundated with zebra and wildebeest.

There are long vistas and a baobab studded landscape that is the perfect backdrop for taking photos. The day will be spent unearthing the many yet-to-be-discovered nooks and crannies of the park. A relaxing hot lunch is served then after we will make our way to the beautiful place, found in the Ngorongoro Highland for dinner, shower and overnight.

Dinner and overnight at Lions Paw (Full Board – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Today we’ll have an early morning drive to Ngorongoro crater for the game viewing. The crater is the home of the largest African mammals. Here is one of the few remaining places where it is possible to encounter the highly endangered black rhino. It is also possible to see elephants (mostly lone or “bachelor” bulls), pride of lions, hippos, a resident herd of wildebeest, zebra, various gazelles, and buffalo.  We’ll stop for the lunch, hot/cold drink at the water’s edge the place that soaking in the peace and serenity of the crater floor. We can make as option either to come with the box lunch or going back to the lodge for the late lunch and have a relaxing evening at the lodge

Dinner and overnight at Kirimu tented (Full Board – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Today after the breakfast. We’ll pack our lunch box then proceed onwards to the central gate of the Serengeti via Ngorongoro crater rim, where we can make the reservation to entering Serengeti national park. After our lunch we proceed with the game drive until the sunset then make our way to our first night in Serengeti National Park.

Dinner and overnight at Kirimu tented camp (Full Board – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Today we devote the full day game drive explore the beauty of the central Serengeti. Serengeti National Park the name comes from the Maasai word “Siri nget” meaning “endless plains”. This vast savannah hosts the world’s largest surviving concentration of endless plains. In addition to the short grasses, there are beautiful rocky out-cropping called kopjes and thousands of acres of bush and acacia woodland – ideal for landscape photography. As well, the Serengeti is one of the most stunning wildlife sanctuaries in the world. In the Central Serengeti, known as the Seronera, there is a plentiful supply of water which lures the big cats and elephants during the dry season.  Added to the mix are pride of lions, leopards, hyenas, antelope and cheetah is never far behind! We will take you to places “off the beaten track” so you have a truly authentic experience in the vast savannah with its changing eco-system. Later on, proceeding with the game drive on the way to our new comfortable tented camp for shower, dinner and overnight.

Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Camp

Today we continue northward in search of the most spectacular views of the wildebeest migration from the hills. We’ll take you to the center of the action where you’ll see an endless stream of wildebeest, and every cluster of wildebeest is bubbling with activity. Get ready to snap those photos of wildebeest racing across the roads, lingering by the nearest waterhole, playfully locking horns with each other, and grazing leisurely on the lush grasses. Accompanying them is an impressive entourage of Zebra and gazelle. Our day is spent enjoying the ecological and wildlife splendors of the north.

Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Camp

After breakfast we continue our pursuit of the great Migration of the wildebeest, tracking their majestic voyage across the Mara River. Around each corner there is a new sight to behold. We see it all, from the spectacular landscape to the multitude of cats following the same Great Migration and then resting in the umbrella shade of the picturesque acacia trees. We will take you to places “off the beaten track” so you have the truly authentic experience in this vast savannah with its changing eco-system. As well as the migration of the wildebeest, we likely will find ourselves in the presence of elephant, hyenas, antelopes and soaring eagles.

Dinner and overnight at Zanzibar Serena – Bed and Breakfast

Today we will have the early morning breakfast and leave our camp around 8tish am and make our way to the KOGATENDE AIRSTRIP for the 9:45am flight to Zanzibar Stone town.

Upon arrival at Zanzibar airport at 12:35pm you will meet with our guide for greetings and briefing, then transferred to Zanzibar Serena Hotel in Stone town, which is on bed and breakfast basis (BB) for checking and prepare for 14:00pm excursions. At 14hrs you will meet our guide at the reception ready for stone town tour. Stone Town of Zanzibar, also known as Mji Mkongwe, is the old part of Zanzibar City, the main city of Zanzibar, in Tanzania. The newer portion of the city is known as Ng'ambo, Swahili for 'the other side'. Stone Town is located on the western coast of Unguja, the main island of the Zanzibar Archipelago. Former capital of the Zanzibar Sultanate, and flourishing center of the spice trade as well as the slave trade in the 19th century, it retained its importance as the main city of Zanzibar during the period of the British protectorate. When Tanganyika and Zanzibar joined each other to form the United Republic of Tanzania, Zanzibar kept a semi-autonomous status, with Stone Town as its local government seat. Then end-up the day at Forodhani night market for dinner at your own cost

Dinner and overnight at Riu Palace – All inclusive

On these days you can relax in the north beach hotel and enjoy the waves of the Indian ocean. The Hotel Riu Palace Zanzibar is located on Nungwi Beach, a beautiful white-sand beach with crystalline waters that will make you feel like you're truly in paradise. This all-inclusive hotel in Zanzibar, Tanzania, offers you an all-inclusive holiday with the exclusive services.

At the Riu Palace Zanzibar you can enjoy a refreshing dip in one of the three pools, relax under the sun in a lounge chair, or go to the beach and enjoy the private area for hotel guests. When it comes to gastronomy, you have the main restaurant where you can enjoy buffet breakfasts with show-cooking stations, and three themed restaurants that serve exquisite dishes. Zanzibar, once known as Spice Island, is the perfect place to enjoy a holiday in paradise. We recommend that you sign up for an excursion to see the most emblematic places in the area or to have an authentic African experience. If you want further information, you can consult our tourist guide to Zanzibar or find out about the best offers for the Hotel Riu Palace Zanzibar.


Fly from Zanzibar International Airport

Depending on your plans, we can work with you to make travel arrangements to other destinations. We will make sure to take care of you whether you are traveling onwards or catching a flight back home, we say good-bye for now, but we hope to see you again soon in Tanzania.

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Costing is inclusive of:

Park fees; naturalist & driver-guide as specified in the itinerary; transfers as mentioned in the itinerary; meals mentioned in the itinerary; scheduled game drives mentioned in the itinerary; soft drinks, tea, coffee, bottled water; flight from Seronera to Arusha, And extra special surprises every day for our guests’ enjoyment

Costing is exclusive of:

Any other extra / optional activities; beverages other than those mentioned in the ‘Inclusive of’ section; tips and gratuities for guide;

we recommend ($35 per person per day) airport taxes and security fees (unless mentioned specifically, taxes/fees must be paid direct at airport); international departure and arrival flights, phone calls, or other personal expenses.

Additional costs apply

We can conveniently add additional excursions to the itinerary based on our guests’ interests. This can include ballooning, walking safari, canoeing, cycling, visits to schools and orphanage