This journey, which focuses on the Serengeti to track the Great Migration, is quite remarkable. Depending on the time of year, you’ll stay at least 3 nights in the park, usually 2 in the Central Area (where there are the biggest cats) and 2 around where the migration is happening.
We’ve planned this itinerary so that you may end your safari in the Ngorongoro Crater, a site of international significance where you can see the Big 5.
- Full board accommodation as per the itinerary
- Transportation in a custom 4x4WD Land Cruiser
- Professional driver guide.
- Park entrance fees
- Bottled mineral drinking water during Game Drives
- Airport transfers
- International Airfares
- Visa entry charges to Kenya and Tanzania
- All items of personal use i.e., Drink, Laundry, Telephone calls, gratuities
- Travel insurances- etc.
- Covid 19/PCR Test
Day by Day
Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport
You will be met by a representative of Alkanjaoi Tours and Safari when you arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport, and you will be transported to your hotel in Arusha, which has a natural setting and a lovely garden ready for your safari the following day. Dinner and overnight at Ilboru Safari Lodge
Arusha to Tarangire National Park
You will leave for Tarangire National Park after a leisurely breakfast at your Arusha hotel. On the route to the park, there are loads of things to check out. More information about the artifacts found at each location you choose to visit will be provided by your knowledgeable and amiable tour guide. The Tarangire River, which flows through the park, is the source of the park’s name.
The only source of water for wildlife in the area during the dry season is Tarangire, which means “river of the warthogs”. The vegetation, which includes elephant grass and acacia trees, is fairly dense in some areas. The park is well known for its herds of elephants, which frequently gather near the river. In the late afternoon, you’ll pause to enjoy a picnic lunch while admiring the park’s breathtaking views. You’ll continue your gaming drive later, after the break.
Giraffes, bushbuck, and hartebeest may also be seen. Numerous predators, including lions and leopards, are closely monitoring these animals. The finest site to witness these gentle giants in their natural environment is Tarangire. everything from the cute calves to the imposing bulls We travel to the Ngorongoro highlands after a lengthy game drive, arriving in the late afternoon for dinner and an overnight stay at Maramboi Tented Camp.
Tarangire To Central Serengeti National Park
Drive through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and on to Serengeti National Park after an early breakfast, stopping along the way for a game viewing drive. Given its unparalleled natural beauty and scientific significance, Serengeti National Park is without a doubt the most well-known wildlife sanctuary in the entire world.
Every year in October and November, during the brief rains, over a million wildebeest and over 200,000 zebras migrate from the northern hills to the southern plains. Following the long rains in April, May, and June, the migration then shifts to the west and north. No drought, gorge, or crocodile-infested river can stop them from moving because they are innate want to move is so powerful.
In the afternoon you will stop for several minutes for a picnic lunch then afterward continue with your game drive. The fabled Great Wildebeest Migration does originate in the Serengeti. Visitors always want to experience an authentic African safari journey to the Serengeti National Park which is also a frequent subject of National Geographic programs.
After all, the day’s experience your guide will take you to a lodge in Serengeti for a delicious dinner and overnight at Kati Kati Tented Camp
Day 4 & 5:
Central to North Serengeti National Park
Your guide will get you up and begin your game drive toward the northern part of Serengeti after a superb breakfast in your lodge in the center of the Serengeti. The northern Serengeti is a wide, unspoiled environment with undulating wooded hills, open grassy sections, and substantial granite outcrops.
The Northern Serengeti allows avoiding the crowds because it is remote and rather inaccessible, sandwiched between the Central Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve to the north. As a result, it receives fewer visitors. You will have a picnic lunch in a specially designated spot in the afternoon following a few hours of game viewing before continuing your game drive.
Those who manage to reach this region of the Serengeti will be rewarded with stunning views of the acacia woodlands and granite outcrops that dot the open savanna, amazing wildlife, and most importantly, the enormous herds of wildebeest and zebra that cross the perilous Mara River during the Great Migration in June and July, as well as again in September, October, and November.
After a day full of exploration your guide will drive you to a lodge in Serengeti for a mouth-watering buffet dinner and overnight at Kati Kati Tented Camp.
Serengeti to Ngorongoro Crater
Such a day! After a delectable breakfast, we’ll head right to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which has Africa’s highest concentration of big game. Enter the over 600-meter-deep crater, the largest complete volcano caldera in the world.
Ngorongoro Crater seems like a lost realm when you first see it.
Behind the jagged volcanic walls lies a natural environment with broad savannah, pockets of acacia woodland, and shimmering lakes and wetlands. Two to three million years ago, a sizable volcano erupted, collapsing in on itself to form the crater. It is well-known for its geological wonders and the fact that it is a natural reserve that is home to some of the densest large mammal populations on the whole African continent.
After a substantial wildlife drive in the Serengeti and lunch, later of the day drive to Rhino Lodge, Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge.
Ngorongoro Crater to Arusha
We go to Ngorongoro crater in the early morning after breakfast. Ngorongoro Crater seems like a lost realm when you first see it. Behind the jagged volcanic walls lies a natural environment with broad savannah, pockets of acacia woodland, and shimmering lakes and wetlands. Two to three million years ago, a sizable volcano erupted, collapsing in on itself to form the crater. It is renowned for its beautiful geology and having a nature reserve that has some of the densest populations of large mammals on the entire African continent.
The Crater offers you the best opportunity to witness the critically endangered black rhino, which can occasionally be seen on the open grasslands.When you arrive at the crater floor, you are surrounded by large herds of wildebeest, zebra, gazelles, and more than 500 different bird species.
The trip down into the crater is an adventure in and of itself. The Crater offers you the best opportunity to witness the critically endangered black rhino, which can occasionally be seen on the open grasslands.