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Africa Wildlife Safaris Kenya Tanzania
Africa Wildlife Safaris Kenya Tanzania geographic diversity means that both countries supports an extraordinary range of wildlife. Witness the abundant wildlife of Kenya and Tanzania on game drives through East Africa’s greatest parks and reserves, pausing to visit a Maasai village and learning of mankind’s origins at Olduvai Gorge.
Africa Wildlife Safaris Kenya Tanzania combines the best of Kenya and Tanzania. Look out for big game in semi-arid Samburu. Be amazed by flamingo-covered Lake Nakuru, and explore the savannas of the Masai Mara and Serengeti. Encounter nomadic tribes and discover the magical Ngorongoro Crater. Transport is by 4WD vehicle with guaranteed window seats making it perfect for game viewing and photography. Accommodation is in lodges or tented camps.
Africa Wildlife Safaris Kenya Tanzania is one of our most popular safari packages. It is not a group tour but a recommended sample itinerary that we can tailor to your requirements. Extra nights can easily be added throughout. Please contact us for further details.
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Kenya or Tanzania? Which to visit? Choose both on this exciting Africa Wildlife Safaris Kenya Tanzania to the best national parks on both sides of the border. You’ll visit gems like Tarangire Park and Lake Nakuru with its population of rare Rothschild’s giraffe.
Then there’s the spectacle of Masai Mara and neighboring Serengeti parks with their infinite wildlife migration – the largest on the planet. Ngorongoro Crater features a world-famous volcano floor hosting its own world of highly concentrated wildlife.
And Amboseli Park is so dense with elephant life you are guaranteed multiple sightings. This is a well-balanced tour spending equal time in both countries. You’ll be able to say you’ve seen and experienced the best of Kenya and Tanzania.
What Parks Does Africa Wildlife Safaris Kenya Tanzania Tour Visit?
Lake Nakuru National Park
Your 10-day safari begins in Nairobi and takes an easy drive through the Rift Valley escarpment and its dramatic landforms. We’ll stop along the way to admire the towering ridges and cliff formations. We’ll also pass other nearby lakes Naivasha and Elementaita on our way to Lake Nakuru National Park.
This is a beautiful park adorned with acacia forest and home to black and white rhino. You can also spot lion, leopard and hippo. Season and weather permitting you’ll be treated to flocks of pink flamingos blanketing the lake.
Maasai Mara Game Reserve
Then it’s off to the king of Kenya parks, the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The Mara never fails to impress with its intense concentration of big game wildlife. And during the migration season those numbers of animals significantly increase into the millions. Waves of zebra, wildebeest and eland cross the Mara River creating a spectacle you’ll never forget.
Serengeti National Park
We’ll next cross into Tanzania and delve into bordering Serengeti National Park. The great treeless savannahs here roll out past the horizon. It’s believed the Serengeti hosts the largest population of lions in Africa – reportedly more than 3,000 in this ecosystem alone. During your game drives you’ll also be on the lookout for leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo. Besides those Big Five predators, your day will be filled with possible sightings of cheetah, zebra, giraffe, Thompson’s gazelle, eland, impala, hippo and the irrepressible warthog.
We next travel to one of the most special land forms anywhere, the Ngorongoro Crater. This is the world’s largest dormant, intact volcanic caldera. Descending its walls to the crater floor will bring you to a special place of intense wildlife concentration. There are many prides of lion here as well as other big game – rhino, elephant, leopard, buffalo, hippo, cheetah and more.
As if your day couldn’t get any better, we’ll head back up to catch Africa’s most dazzling sunset at the crater rim.
Tarangire National Park
Now it’s a short drive to a very special smaller wildlife preserve, Tarangire National Park, home to hundreds of species of birdlife, magnificent towering baobab trees and great herds of elephants. Even the large termite mounds dotting the landscape impress in this unique natural habitat.
Amboseli National Park
The next day we cross back into Kenya and visit our final destination, Amboseli National Park. Elephants abound here but also prepare to see lion, cheetah, wildebeest, gazelle, monkeys and lots of birdlife.
The park also features Africa’s best views of Mt. Kilimanjaro. In the mornings and early evenings when the clouds clear you may get postcard views of the snow-capped summit of the highest peak on the continent.
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