Tanzania, the Great Migration

The package we will organize for you will be tailored to your personal needs and interests. This means that every trip will be different, which makes it hard to provide a sample trip itinerary. Nevertheless, in order to inspire you, we will try to give you some useful ideas.

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Example itinerary: 10 day Tanzania, the Great Migration

During this 10 day itinerary you will travel with your own group and a personal guide, driving a 4WD safari vehicle. The emphasis is on visits to wildlife parks and hopfully see something of the great migration! The great wildebeest migration is the movement of the Serengeti's wildebeest, accompanied by large numbers of zebra, and smaller numbers of Grant's gazelle, Thompson's gazelle, eland and impala. They migrate throughout the year, constantly seeking fresh grazing and, it's now thought, better quality water. The precise timing of the Serengeti wildebeest migration is entirely dependent upon the rainfall patterns each year. We will advise you where to be at what time.

Day 1: Arrival in Tanzania

Today you will arrive in Tanzania. Makasa will pick you up from thel airport and will bring you to Moshi.

Accommodation: MCF Kilimanjaro Lodge

Day 2: Tarangire National Park

Today your safari starts in Tarangire National Park. This magnificent  area is characterized by rolling country, the gorge (a deeply embedded river) which seldom runs dry, small swamps, acacias and the enormous baobab trees. The game park has a relatively large population of African elephants. There are also buffalos, cheetahs, hyenas and lions to be seen. 

Accommodation: Tarangire Simba Lodge

Day 3 - 5: Serengeti National Park

We will spend three nights (two full days) in Serengeti National Park. Serengeti National Park gets its name from the Maasai word Siringitu meaning endless Plain. The game drives in this park are exceptional and game viewing incredible. This park offers the best opportunity of viewing Cheetah, Leopards and Lions.

Accommodation: Kenzan Kisura Tented Camp

Day 6 - 7: Ndutu or North Serengeti

Depending of the season you will spend two nights in Ndutu (January, February, March) or on the North of Serengeti (July, August, September). When we know your travelseason we will advise you about where the migration will be most probaly. When you are lucky you will witness the annual Great Migration!

Accommodation: Angata Ndutu Camp or Kenzan Mara Tented Camp

Day 8: Transfer to Karatu

Today you will drive to Karatu.

Accommodation: Endoro Lodge

Day 9: Ngorongoro crater

In the morning we will drive to the crater. Ngorongoro is a unique crater known as a Caldera.  A Caldera is the aftereffect of a volcanic collapse, an implosion rather than explosion, Ngorongoro was formed some two million years ago. The Crater itself measures an average of 18 Kilometers in diameter and approximately 700 meter vertical drop and is home to 25000 large animals. The crater is one of the prime areas to observe the endangered Black rhino and black manned Lions. 

Accommodation: Endoro Lodge

Day 10: Transfer to the airport

Today you will drive back to the airport for your flight home.


Personal advice about your Tanzania holiday?

If you are not sure yet about the details of your package, we will be happy to advise you. For further information, a customized itinerary, quotes or any other questions please contact us.

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