9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Safari is a quick and short safari covering Kenya and Tanzania being accommodated in 4 and 5 star Lodges and camps. 9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Safari begins in Arusha and ends in Nairobi with transport done by road. 9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Safari is a dream itinerary which is specifically designed to follow the Great Migration at Masai Mara and at Serengeti. You will spend few days in Serengeti to see the herds then move to Masai Mara to finish your safari there. The great migration Kenya Tanzania safari is one of the best safaris you will ever experience.

The 9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Safari takes you to various Wildlife Safari Destinations in Tanzania to experience the best Safari Adventure Tours while on holiday. This will take you to Lake Manyara National Park, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater and here you will spot the wildebeest migration where millions of hoofed wildlife animals wander through the Serengeti Plains towards Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya.

Safari traveling to Tanzania is a unique experience and an opportunity for an adventure of a lifetime. The Great Wildebeest Migration river crossing takes place from July. Wildebeests move towards the north, passing through the Lobo area (located just north of the central Serengeti National Park) and the Wagakuria area (remote northern Serengeti National Park along Mara River) en-route to Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve. The migration can arrive at the Wagakuria area anytime from July onwards and wildebeests can be seen in the area, crossing the Mara River.

9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Holiday

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or from the Hotel
DEPARTURE TIME Please be ready by 7:30 AM for a prompt departure at 8:00 AM.
RETURN TIME Approximately 5:30 PM.
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
INCLUDED
Professional instructor Meals
1 hour of free time Transportation in mini-coach
NOT INCLUDED
Surfing equipment
Instructor gratuity

What to expect on 9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Holiday

In September the wildebeest herds are spread out over the northern Serengeti National Park and Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve. Several large herds of wildebeest remain behind in the area and sometimes, only weather changes can bring the herds back into the area from Mara. In October, the herds move south towards the central Serengeti National Park via the Lobo area.

Planning a safari trip to Tanzania on holiday, book the 9 Days Wildebeest Migration Safari to enjoy watching numerous herds of hoofed wildlife animals transferring through the Serengeti-Masai Mara Ecosystem. The migration occurs from late November- December as well as the end of September in Serengeti National Park.

9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Holiday Includes:

  • Knowledgeable program expertise, pre-planning resource guidance along with firsthand experience.
  • Professional safari guiding services. All guides are native experts in African wildlife, game driving, culture and history, many of whom speak other European languages.
  • Accommodation in a standard double or twin room – sharing.
  • Full board meals (lunch, dinner and breakfast) when staying the night during the safari. Breakfast only in Arusha.
  • Selected drinks and beverages at specified safari camps and lodges as stated in the itinerary.
  • Logistical transfers – you will be transferred in a 4×4 vehicle (custom safari built) and scheduled safari charter flights as stated in the itinerary.
  • Tour guide & vehicle – In Kenya, you will have a shared seat-in 4×4 vehicle with an expert and experienced guide while in Tanzania, you will have your own private 4×4 vehicle with an expert and experienced guide for the full duration of your tour.
  • Game viewing activities are included with your overnight stay as stated in the itinerary.
  • Private arrival and departure meet, greet and transfer services.
  • All park and reserve entry fees, airstrip transfers, VAT, government levies, service charges and hotel taxes for the services booked.
  • Africa, America and Europe office and cellular emergency contact details.

9 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Tour Holiday Price excludes:

  • Drinks and mineral water
  • Laundry
  • Items of personal nature
  • International and local airfares (not mentioned as included)
  • Airport taxes (not mentioned as included)
  • Any airport transfers & hotel accommodation before / after the safari
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Possible concession fees

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Day 1 – Arusha (Tanzania Arrival)

Private Arrival Transfer from Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) To Your Arusha Hotel

Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport near Arusha, our airport guest relations’ officer will personally meet all arriving guests. We will be standing outside the arrival section holding a signboard with your name on it. You are met and transferred to your hotel in Arusha for your overnight stay.

Arusha

Formerly the site of a German military base in the colonial times, Arusha is one of the fastest growing cities in Tanzania. Located halfway between Cape Town and Cairo, the city is perfectly suited to give you easy access to Tanzania’s most spectacular wilderness areas, such as Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tarangire and many others. The exceptional proximity to the prime wilderness areas has earned the city the nickname of “Safari Town,” and every day you will see safari vehicles with visitors who are just beginning their northern circuit safari experience, making Arusha the center of tourism in Tanzania.

Located at the base of Mount Meru, the city gives you endless views of this iconic mountain, as well as Mount Kilimanjaro. From Arusha and Moshi, you can easily access and climb these two majestic peaks with Uhuru Trails by or spend the day at Arusha National Park or even the west plains of Kilimanjaro National Park for a game drive tour of the Amboseli ecosystem.

  • Destination Guide: Arusha
  • Arusha – Arusha Serena Hotel (Lake Duluti)

Arusha Serena Hotel, Resort & Spa is a lake-side hotel in northern Tanzania that is less than 9 miles from Arusha (20 minutes away) and a little more than 28 miles from Kilimanjaro International Airport (45 minutes away). The 42 guest cottages at this charming Arusha accommodation are built of stone and traditional thatched roofs, and are situated amidst shady tropical trees at the central “village square.” guests may choose from 21 double rooms with king-size beds and 21 twin rooms, including one pair of rooms that connect, perfect for small groups and families on a nature safari. All rooms are non-smoking and have private balconies with views of the gardens and Lake Duluti. In-room amenities include telephone, Wi-Fi and bottled mineral water. Newlyweds on safari may choose the romantic Honeymoon Suite that includes tropical fruit and imported wine, sitting room with a private mini-bar and an exquisite bathroom. Lake Duluti Serena Hotel can even host your wedding and reception on the hotel lawn, shores of the lake or at the coffee plantation.

  • Overnight accommodation: Arusha Serena Hotel (Lake Duluti) (view photos)
  • Arusha Tour Attractions (Optional Visits – Time Permitting)

Optional Tour Activities: Mulala Cultural Village, day safari in Arusha National Park and Momella Lakes canoeing, Mount Kilimanjaro day trek, community and schools visits (The School of St Jude, Olmoti Clinic, Emusoi Center and Samaritan Village Orphanage), coffee farm tour, art-craft galleries, and shopping

Day 2 – Ngorongoro Crater

Drive from Arusha to Ngorongoro Crater with Your Private Guide & Exclusive 4×4 Vehicle

Ngorongoro Crater

Sited in the Great East African Rift Valley in northern Tanzania, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area includes the wondrous Ngorongoro Crater, home to the densest concentration of wild animals in Africa. Within 260 sq. kilometers (100 sq. miles) of varied micro-climates, over 30,000 mammals, half of them rangy wildebeests and well-rounded zebras, together with their many predators, lordly lions, swift cheetahs, stealthy leopards, opportunist jackals, and skulking hyenas, with a vast cast of smaller mammals and birds, form a compelling destination for wildlife safaris in Tanzania.

The caldera of a two-million-year old collapsed volcano forms an unbroken, 2000 feet (600 meters) high rim around a natural amphitheater within which the high drama of predator and prey is enacted on a grand canvas. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is also part of the Serengeti ecosystem but was separated from the Serengeti National Park in 1959, intending to enable the harmonious co-existence of man and his wildlife neighbors.

Around 8300 sq. kilometers (3200 sq. miles) of prairie, bush and highland forests, including three spectacular volcanic craters, became the focus of the Tanzanian government’s imaginative solution to the problem of reconciling the needs of indigenous pastoralist tribesmen with the conservation of the area’s rich wildlife and the prospect of much-needed income from tourism. In 1979, it was announced as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is visited by enthusiastic adventurers on their photographic safaris every year.

  • Destination Guide: Ngorongoro Crater
  • Ngorongoro Crater (Highlands) – Ngorongoro Farm House

Ngorongoro Farm House is a hugely successful, popular African travel lodge set on a 500-acre coffee farm a few miles from the Lolduare Gate to the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, with views of the massive Oldeano Volcano towering to 9,000 feet on the edge of the Great African Rift Valley. Like its smaller sister, Tloma Lodge, a short distance away, it offers comfortable Tanganyika Wilderness accommodations set amidst beautiful and productive gardens, with decor reminiscent of the Colonial era.

  • Overnight accommodation: Ngorongoro Farm House (view photos)
  • Ngorongoro Crater Activities

Included Activities: Day game drives, lake bird-watching, Maasai village cultural tour, and archaeological site visit at the Olduvai Gorge

Optional Activities: Crater hikes, Hadzabe bushmen cultural encounters, community and schools visits e.g. Foundation for African Medicine & Education (FAME), Rift Valley Children Orphanage, and Rhotia Valley Children’s Home. Note extra days required for the optional activities

  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 3 – Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater Activities

Included Activities: Day game drives, lake bird-watching, Maasai village cultural tour, and archaeological site visit at the Olduvai Gorge

Optional Activities: Crater hikes, Hadzabe bushmen cultural encounters, community and schools visits e.g. Foundation for African Medicine & Education (FAME), Rift Valley Children Orphanage, and Rhotia Valley Children’s Home. Note extra days required for the optional activities

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 – Serengeti (Central)

Drive from Ngorongoro Crater to Serengeti National Park (Central) With Your Private Guide & Exclusive 4×4 Vehicle

Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti National Park was established nearly a hundred years ago as a colonial game reserve, made a National Park in 1951, and later endorsed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. One of the last remaining areas of untouched wilderness, it lies securely in the Serengeti ecosystem, an area that stretches from the woodlands, lakes and grassy plains of Ndutu in southern Serengeti to the northern verdant river expanse till Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.

Across these vast plains range a fantastic cast of wild fauna including impressive numbers of hooved herbivores, predators and avi-fauna. Amongst them, the principal actors are blue wildebeest or gnu (a.k.a. white-bearded wildebeest), determining the nature of the ecosystem by their spectacular annual Great Migration, “The Greatest Show of the Natural World”, during which they trek in circumambulation, in their millions, 3200 kilometers from northern Tanzania to south-western Kenya and back again, as the plains dry out seasonally, forcing them to seek fresh pastures. In turn, their odyssey affects other creatures. Lions, jackals, hyenas, leopards and cheetahs prey on the migrating and resident herds. Vultures subsist on the predators’ leavings. Serengeti National Park is a wonderland in which to experience the interwoven miracles of life and death on a wondrous East African safari adventure

  • Destination Guide: Serengeti National Park
  • Central Serengeti (Year Round Large Predator Population)

Central Serengeti’s Seronera Valley is a year-round game-viewing mecca with impressive populations of bovids and predators which remain even after the spectacular hordes of blue wildebeests and zebras have gone. There are several species of hyrax, diminutive cousin of the elephants, hares, elephant shrew and other rodents, many of them red-listed as threatened species, hundreds of bright reptiles and amphibians, and birds in an astonishing variety from gigantic puffed up bustards to the jewel-like sun birds.

The endless variety of landscape explains the diversity of wildlife to be seen during a Serengeti Central Safari. Volcanic in origin, the terrain has weathered over time to form distinctive areas. The low hill ranges contain black clay pans, which support acacia trees and the giraffe that browse on them. Central grasslands teem with varied herbivores including elands, impalas, buffalos, topis, hippos, and also their predators, hyenas, lions, leopards, cheetahs and other small cats.

  • Destination Guide: Central Serengeti
  • Serengeti (Central) – Kati Kati Tented Camp

You have not experienced the true nature of safaris in Africa until you have tried an authentic bush tented camp such as the Kati Kati Tented Camp overlooking the vast rolling grass plains in Central Serengeti. The camp provides an ecologically responsible way to get back to your roots during your tour in Tanzania. Ecologically sound, because the management takes care in minimizing footprint to the ecology from their activities by re-sitting the tents periodically to provide former sites to naturally renew.

Back to your roots because, just a 3-4-hour drive away to Kati Kati Tented Camp in Central Serengeti (open all year round) through amazing scenery, you can visit the probable “cradle of mankind ” in the Olduvai Gorge, outside the Ngorongoro Crater on the way to the Serengeti. Here, the Leakey’s found evidence of two-million-year-old ancestors of modern man. When the migration traverses through the central Seronera plains, it will provide spectacular views of herds of hundreds of thousands of migratory wildebeest, gazelles and zebra as well as the sharp canine predators that seize any opportunity to feast on the weary stragglers.

On arrival for the start of your Kati Kati Tented Camp safari stay, you will be greeted with cold face towels and welcome drinks to help you acclimatize to the wonderful dry heat of the vast grasslands of the Serengeti National Park. Eleven spacious, comfortable but utilitarian tents (includes a family tent) form the backbone of this simple community in the middle of nowhere, each supplied with king-size or twin beds as required, with ensuite facilities, including portable flush toilet, hand-operated shower source via an outdoor bucket, metal hand-basin adjacent to a large vanity mirror and solar lighting. All tents are covered with a polled awning to provide protection against direct sunlight heat, the rain in season and as an extension leading to your small verandah with two safari chairs and a drink table. A short walk away are the mess tent with indoor dining area and a lounge tent with library facilities.

  • Overnight accommodation: Kati Kati Tented Camp (view photos)
  • Serengeti Park Activities (Central)
  • Included Activities: Day game drives and river bird-watching
  • Optional Activities: Balloon safaris (pre-booking required)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5 – Serengeti (Follow Migration Path – North, East, South, or West)

Inter-Park Drive Within Serengeti National Park (From Central to North, East, South, or West) With Your Private Guide & Exclusive 4×4 Vehicle

Serengeti (Follow Migration Path – North, East, South, or West)

Drive towards the tracking direction of the wildebeest migration. The Great Wildebeest Migration in the Serengeti is the largest single movement of wild animals in the world, deservedly listed as one of its eight Natural Wonders and an exceptional inspiration for a dream nature tour of northern Tanzania with AfricanMecca. Around 1.5 million wildebeests, with hundreds of thousands of zebras, elands, gazelles along with a trailing retinue of predators, leave their calving grounds in southern Serengeti, around March and April, heading for the next water source.

Trekking via the south-central Seronera outskirts into the Western Corridor and Grumeti River arriving during the month of April to May and residing till June, and then finally towards the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya crossing the perilous Mara River around July or August onwards with a return via the same death-defying river, this time heading to the bearing of Lobo and Loliondo in eastern Serengeti around October to November. The white bearded wildebeest journey continues back to the southern Ndutu calving grounds with arrivals starting around December with temporary residence till March. The timing of the migration depends upon the annual rains and renewal of fresh pasture which may occur earlier or later in some years.

  • Destination Guide: Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Guide
  • Overnight Accommodation Options Based On the Migration Months of Travel
  • Mara Kati Kati Tented Camp (July to November – North Serengeti. Also, includes East Serengeti game viewing in October and November)
  • Ndutu Kati Kati Tented Camp (December to March – South Serengeti)
  • Serengeti Simba Lodge (April to June – West Serengeti)
  • Serengeti Park Activities (North, East, South, and West)
  • Included Activities: Day game drives and river bird-watching
  • Optional Activities: Balloon safaris (pre-booking required)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 – Serengeti (Follow Migration Path – North, East, South, or West)

  • Northern Serengeti (July to September) & Eastern Serengeti Game Viewing (October and November)
  • Serengeti Park Activities (North, East, South, and West)
  • Included Activities: Day game drives and river bird-watching
  • Optional Activities: Balloon safaris (pre-booking required)
  • Serengeti Balloon Safari (Optional Activity – Pre-Booking Required)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 – Serengeti Park – Masai Mara Private Conservancy & Public Reserve

After breakfast, you will drive to the border of Kenya and Tanzania. The drive will take around two hours. At both the Tanzania and Kenya border posts, you will complete each country’s immigration and customs procedure, and continue onward on the road shuttle vehicle to Masai Mara at the scheduled time.

Masai Mara National Reserve

Offering superb plains scenery, unmatched safari activities and diverse wildlife, Masai Mara National Reserve is considered Kenya’s best park and one of Africa’s highest wildlife density region for predators. The reserve covers 583 square miles (1510 square kilometers) of outstanding wilderness in southwest Kenya. The location, wildlife, activities and comfortable moderate climate puts Mara at the top of the list, even for the most discerning traveler to Kenya. Many private conservancies have been introduced to protect the land that surrounds the reserve, thereby providing more area for wildlife. The lands not only protect habitats for resident species, but also preserve a critical part of the route used by wildebeests and zebras during the Great Migration that traverses the Masai Mara via the Serengeti National Park.

Recognized as one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet, the migration is a continuous route that is followed by an over 1.5 million wildebeests and thousands of zebras, gazelles and elands. In their never-ending pursuit for the finest grazing and watering grounds, the gnu relocate on an almost constant basis. The migrators of Masai Mara National Reserve are present from approximately late July – early August until end of October – early November.

The reserve and surrounding conservancies offer diverse resident species experiences during your safari excursions. You will frequently see impalas, topis, giraffes, elephants, zebras, buffalos, warthogs and other grazing herbivores. With so many prey animals, Masai Mara is a veritable bonanza for large predators, such as lions, cheetahs, leopards, crocodiles and other stealthy, powerful hunters. The abundance of terrestrial animals is enhanced by the presence of more than 450 winged species, including 57 birds of prey.

  • Destination Guide: Masai Mara National Reserve
  • Mara North Private Conservancy (Northern Masai Mara)

Mara North Conservancy protects and preserves the wilderness, flora and fauna of the northwestern zone of a globally-significant ecosystem that is shared with Masai Mara National Reserve. Located at the northern edge of Masai Mara, the habitats within the conservancy are necessary for the safeguarding of resident and migratory species, such as the wildebeests and zebras that traverse the area during the Great Migration. Additionally, the ecology supports a large number of herbivores and predators, including the Big 5 and many threatened and critically endangered species. Mara North Conservancy was structured in 2009 and covers 74,000 acres. The conservancy represents a collaborative effort between the 12 member accommodations in the conservancy and more than 800 Maasai landowners.

Mara North offers guests the opportunity to see much of Kenya’s remote bush country with few visitors when compared to the public reserve as the limited number of guest beds ensures that access is exclusive, personable and intimate. In following best practices of low density experiences at Mara North, the conservancy has 100 rooms (1 room per over 700 acres) in between twelve-member accommodations. Boarders who stay within the conservancy are also able to partake of safari activities that are not allowed inside the reserve, including night game drives and bush walks.

The model of wildlife management that is demonstrated by the conservancy serves to demonstrate the feasibility and effectiveness of balancing human needs with conservation goals. The revenues that are derived from conservancy fee and part bednight income are used to promote the protection of the animals, as well as to improve the quality of life for the indigenous Maasai people.

The accommodations that are part of Mara North are Karen Blixen Camp, Mara Rianta Camp, Mara Acacia Bush House, Ngare Serian, Saruni Mara, Kicheche Mara Camp, Royal Mara Safari Lodge, Saruni Wild and Serian.

  • Destination Guide: Mara North Conservancy
  • Masai Mara (North) – Speke’s Camp

A secluded grassy-bushy in the between the Mara North Conservancy with the adjoining Olare Motorogi Conservancy, dotted with verdant trees, at a short distance from the Olare Orok River, is the location of the economical Speke’s Camp. The camp is semi-permanent in nature which means that there are no fixed structures and if needed the camp can be easily dismantled and moved to a new location without leaving behind a permanent trace.

When you stay at this modest camp on your personalized vacation in Africa, you will be struck by the tranquil charm of the camp and delighted at its proximity to some of the most game-rich locales of Masai Mara National Reserve. Visit the Talek River that is famous for its frequent leopard sightings, Paradise Plains, Rhino Ridge and Musiara Marsh. Using the camp as a base, you can trek to Jan’s Camp in Loita Hills for five to ten days along well-worn trails that talk to you of an age-old mysticism created by ancient Maasai footprints. Back at Speke’s, guests can spend time in their lounge tent that also doubles as an indoor dining area with a homely bar in one corner.

Speke’s Camp only has 8 guest tents, each located in an individual copse of trees so you can have seclusion while enjoying your stay during your trip in Kenya. Some of the tents have a double bed while others are furnished with either single twin beds or two queen size beds in a family tent. A wooden safety chest and collapsible closet are perfect for unpacking while the seating area on the outdoor patio allows you to spend quiet afternoons just reveling in the serenity of the pristine wilderness around you.

Solar panels generate the power to light the lamps hung from the ceiling of your tent, and the en-suite bathroom at the back comes with twin vanity basins and sectioned off shower cubicle for warm, bucket showers. Its safari ambience is evident in the colorful woven rugs, light-weight chairs and dining furniture that has an ethnic air about it. You could also relax in the quaint daybeds arranged under the trees, and as the sun sheds a golden light over Masai Mara on its journey to the western horizon, you can settle around a campfire and sip sundowners as you relive every exciting moment of the day on your Masai Mara Reserve tour.

To allow for authentic low-density tourism experience in the quieter areas of the Masai Mara conservancies while keeping prices affordable, Speke’s Camp in partnership with its Maasai community landowners is built on private Maasai community land and offers its game drives in the public reserve, allowing it to have the best of both experiences.

  • Overnight accommodation: Speke’s Camp (view photos)
  • Masai Mara Public Reserve Activities
  • Included Activities: Day game drives and river bird-watching
  • Optional Activities: Balloon safaris (pre-booking required)
  • Masai Mara Private Conservancy Activities (Speke’s Camp)
  • Included Activities: Maasai village cultural visit transfers (village fee paid direct)
  • Optional Activities: Safari bush walks, select community and schools visits, and horse-riding safaris (pre-booking required)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Drinks Are Included at This Accommodation
  • Specific Drink Inclusions: Soft drinks, beer & house wine

Day 8 – Masai Mara Private Conservancy & Public Reserve

  • Masai Mara Public Reserve Activities
  • Included Activities: Day game drives and river bird-watching
  • Optional Activities: Balloon safaris (pre-booking required)
  • Masai Mara Private Conservancy Activities (Speke’s Camp)
  • Included Activities: Maasai village cultural visit transfers (village fee paid direct)
  • Optional Activities: Safari bush walks, select community and schools visits, and horse-riding safaris (pre-booking required)
  • Masai Mara Balloon Safari (Optional Activity – Pre-Booking Required)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Drinks Are Included at This Accommodation
  • Specific Drink Inclusions: Soft drinks, beer & house wine

 Day 9 – Nairobi (Kenya Departure)

  • Masai Mara Public Reserve Activities
  • Included Activities: Morning game drive
  • Meals Included: Breakfast
  • Flight Transfer from Masai Mara to Nairobi
  • Private Departure Transfer from Wilson Airport to Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO – JKIA)

Upon arrival at Wilson Airport in Nairobi, our airport guest relations’ officer will personally meet all arriving guests. We will be standing outside the arrival section holding a signboard with your name on it. You are met and transferred to the international airport, Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta, where you will check in for your flight back home or to your next destination.

Nairobi City Tour Attractions (Optional Visits – Time Permitting)

Optional Tour Activities: Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Center, Nairobi Museum, Bomas of Kenya, Karen Blixen Museum, art-craft galleries, and shopping

What Is Included:

  • Knowledgeable program expertise, pre-planning resource guidance along with firsthand experience.
  • Professional safari guiding services. All guides are native experts in African wildlife, game driving, culture and history, many of whom speak other European languages.
  • Accommodation in a standard double or twin room – sharing.
  • Full board meals (lunch, dinner and breakfast) when staying the night during the safari. Breakfast only in Arusha.
  • Selected drinks and beverages at specified safari camps and lodges as stated in the itinerary.
  • Logistical transfers – you will be transferred in a 4×4 vehicle (custom safari built) and scheduled safari charter flights as stated in the itinerary.
  • Tour guide & vehicle – In Kenya, you will have a shared seat-in 4×4 vehicle with an expert and experienced guide while in Tanzania, you will have your own private 4×4 vehicle with an expert and experienced guide for the full duration of your tour.
  • Game viewing activities are included with your overnight stay as stated in the itinerary.
  • Private arrival and departure meet, greet and transfer services.
  • All park and reserve entry fees, airstrip transfers, VAT, government levies, service charges and hotel taxes for the services booked.
  • Africa, America and Europe office and cellular emergency contact details.

What Is Not Included:

Other services, tours, activities, drinks and meals that are outside the included offerings, personal expenses such traveler’s insurance, medical evacuation, communication charges, gratuities – tips, visas, airport specific passenger charges, international airfares, that are extra and NOT part of the included itinerary.

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