Three Day Maasai Mara Wildebeest Migration Safari

Three Day Maasai Mara 2019 Wildebeest Migration Safari

DAY 1 – NAIROBI – MAASAI MARA

You will depart from your Nairobi Hotel after breakfast and proceed to the Maasai Mara.

Along the way, you will stop at the Escarpment View Point to have a spectacular view of the Great Rift Valley. You’ll then drive down to the floor of the Great Rift Valley past Mai Mahiu town and head on to the Maasai town of Narok, where you’ll stop briefly to stretch your legs.

You’ll arrive on the Maasai Mara in time for a late lunch, and it’s then time to jump back into your safari vehicle for an afternoon game drive through the park in search of lazy ions, tree-climbing leopards, majestic elephants, and much more.

While you won’t have time to make it down to the Mara River to watch for a river crossing today, you’ll have ample opportunities to spot the Big Five in the wild as the sun sets.

DAY 2 – MAASAI MARA

Wake with the dawn to witness a sunrise out on the Maasai Mara. As the sun sets fire to the savannah, you’ll have the chance to watch predators such as leopards and lions out on the hunt while the air is still cool.

You may also wish to indulge yourself by adding a sunrise hot air balloon safari and champagne breakfast to your safari. Speak with your safari specialist about making this once-in-a-lifetime experience happen for you.

After a late breakfast, you’ll take a picnic lunch and head out into the park for a day of discovery as you track the movements of the Wildebeest Migration (seasonal) or go in search of the Big Five.

DAY 3 – MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI

You’ll bid farewell to the Masai Mara after breakfast and return to Nairobi for your onward travel.

Half Day Tour to Nairobi National Park

Half Day Tour to Nairobi National Park

This tour offers two start times: an early morning game drive starting at 6am or an afternoon game drive starting at 2pm.

A glorious stretch of savannah set against the backdrop of Nairobi’s glittering skyline, Nairobi National Park’s relatively small size makes it all the easier to see all it has to offer in one day.

Home to four of the Big Five (the elephant being the noteable absence), Nairobi National Park is also home to ostriches, cheetahs, hyenas, antelopes, gazelles, and plenty more.

Your game drive will take three and a half to four hours, and should showcase some of Africa’s most iconic animals. Located so close to the city, it’s a perfect option for those limited on time or wanting to combine their visit with a trip to one of Kenya’s other attractions.

Eight Day Best of Kenya Safari

Eight Day Best of Kenya Safari

DAY 1 – NAIROBI – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast, we’ll depart from Nairobi for Amboseli National Park. Most famous for its stunning views of Africa’s highest mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro, the park offers photographers the rare opportunity to snap photos of elephants, lions, zebras, and giraffes against the startling backdrop of Africa’s most famous mountain.

You’ll have lunch at your lodge upon arrival before heading out into the park for an afternoon game drive.

DAY 2 – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK

Wake before the dawn for an unforgettable sunrise game drive within the park. Kilimanjaro never looks quite as beautiful as she does first thing in the morning, and you’ll also get to see predators such as leopards, lions, and cheetahs out on the prowl in the cooler morning air.

They don’t call Amboseli the Royal Court of Kilimanjaro for nothing, and as you take in its large elephant herds and the stunning panorama of Mt. Kilimanjaro, you’ll see why this is one of Kenya’s most beloved pars.

After your morning game drive and a late breakfast, relax at the lodge for a few hours before heading out into the park again in the afternoon. With the animals largely inactive during the warm midday hours, you can get some rest before catching them out and about in the cooling afternoon air.

DAY 3 – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK – ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast, you’ll embark on your return drive to Nairobi, arriving for lunch at the world-famous Carnivore Restaurant for an all-you-can-eat BBQ feast. Different dining options are available for vegetarians.

In the afternoon, you will leave bustling Nairobi and then drive through the beautiful farm country of Kiyuku on your way to the Aberdares Ranges.

You will then be transferred to Aberdare National Park – to Ark Lodge – for an evening and night of game viewing from the Lodge’s well-appointed viewing deck.  Here, you do not go out looking for animals; they come to you!

From the viewing decks at the lodge, you get to see  – amongst others – elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, monkeys, and myriad water-birds coming to drink from the flood-lit waterhole/salt-lick in-front of the lodge.

DAY 4 – ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK – OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY

After breakfast, transferred from the Ark to the nearby base hotel – Aberdare Country Club  – where you rejoin your safari driver.  From here, it is a short drive to the very foothills of Mt. Kenya – Kenya’s highest mountain.

After arriving at Ol Pajeta, you’ll pay a visit to the park’s famous chimpanzee sanctuary to meet its adopted residents and then head out into the park proper for an evening game drive.

DAY 5 – OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY – LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK

You’ll depart for Lake Nakuru after breakfast.

Once famous for its flamingos, the park’s resident birds have since moved on. Not to worry! There’s still plenty to be seen in this beautiful lakeside park, including troops of baboons, large herds of buffalo, and both black and white rhinoceros.

You’ll arrive at the park in time for lunch in your lodge, and then enjoy an afternoon game drive in the park.

DAY 6 – LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK – MAASAI MARA

You’ll depart from Lake Nakuru National Park after breakfast for the drive south to Kenya’s most famous park, the Masai Mara.

You’ll pass through the famous Great Rift Valley on your way as well as passing through the Masai town of Narok. Arriving in the park in time for lunch at your lodge, you’ll then head out into the park for an afternoon game drive in search of lazy lions, tree-climbing leopards, majestic elephants, and more.

DAY 7 – MAASAI MARA

Wake with the dawn to witness a sunrise out on the Masai Mara. As the sun sets fire to the savannah, you’ll have the chance to watch predators such as leopards and lions out on the hunt while the air is still cool.

After a late breakfast, you’ll have the choice to either relax at your lodge until lunch and then head out into the park or take a picnic lunch and head out into the park for a day of discovery as you track the movements of the Wildebeest Migration (seasonal) or go in search of the Big Five.

DAY 8 – MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI

You’ll bid farewell to the Masai Mara after breakfast and return to Nairobi for your onward travel.

One Day Nairobi City Tour

One Day Nairobi City Tour

8am: Nairobi National Museum

You’ll be picked up from your hotel after breakfast and proceed immediately to the National Museum of Kenya. A fascinating place to learn about Kenya’s history and culture, the National Museum aims to share Kenya’s rich cultural heritage with visitors to the city through a variety of exhibits including Kenyan art, a hall dedicated to the Kenyan War for Independence, and the prehistory of man, among others. You’ll spend approximately an hour and a half here.

11am: David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

You’ll arrive at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust at 11am. Sometimes known as the Elephant Orphanage, you’ll have your chance to have an up close and personal interaction with these adorable orphaned elephants. Over the course of your hour long visit you’ll observe the resident baby elephants as they feed, exercise, and bathe. You even have the option to sponsor one of the orphans.

12pm: Giraffe Centre

Your next stop will be the famous Giraffe Centre, where you’ll have the rare opportunity to come face-to-face with these beautiful creatures. Both a breeding centre for the Rothschild’s Giraffe and an education centre, lucky visitors might even get a kiss from these unique creatures!

1pm: Lunch

You’ll be spoiled for choice at lunch, with your choice of the world-famous Carnivore Restaurant, the local flavours of the Utamaduni Centre, or the family friendly atmosphere of Mamba Villabe with its crocodile and ostrich farms.

Lunch is at your own expense. Ask your Shadows of Africa safari expert about including lunch in your quote.

2.30pm: Bomas of Kenya

You’ll wrap up your day with a visit ot the famous Bomas of Kenya, a one of a kind living museum that aims to display the multitude of tribal cultures that make up Kenya’s rich cultural tapestry. In addition to re-creations of traditional housing and displays of traditional arts and crafts, your tour will include a fascinating display of tribal dance and music that is not to be missed.

5pm: Tour concludes

Your driver will take you to the airport or to your hotel.

Five Day Amazing Kenya Safari

Five Day Amazing Kenya Safari

DAY 1 – NAIROBI – MAASAI MARA

You’ll depart from Nairobi after breakfast and begin the long drive south to the Maasai Mara.

Stopping along the way to take in the stunning view of the Great Rift Valley, you’ll arrive at the park in time for lunch at your lodge before enjoying an afternoon game drive through the iconic park. Home to the entirety of the Big Five, the Maasai Mara also plays host to the Wildebeest Migration each year and makes for a stunning backdrop for your first day of safari.

DAY 2 – MAASAI MARA

Wake before the dawn for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness a Maasai Mara sunrise. After a quick cup of coffee, you’ll head out into the park to watch as the sun sets fire to the savannah and the big cats take advantage of the morning cool to search for a meal.

Alternatively, you can take to the skies with a hot air balloon safari that will see you soar above all of the action before setting down on the plains for a champagne breakfast among the wildlife. Ask your safari expert about adding a hot air balloon adventure to your safari.

You’ll then return to your lodge for a late breakfast before packing a picnic lunch and heading back out into the park for a day-long exploration of the Maasai Mara. You may also opt to relax at your lodge in the morning, enjoy lunch on site, and then head out again in the afternoon once the weather has cooled off a bit.

DAY 3 – MAASAI MARA – LAKE NAIVASHA

You’ll start your day with an early breakfast ahead of the long drive across to Lake Naivasha.

You’ll arrive on the shores of this picturesque lake in time for lunch at your lodge, and will then have the opportunity to take a guided boat tour out onto the lake to see the abundance of wildlife that calls it shores home.

A visit to Crescent Island to walk among the herbivores who call it home will round out your day, giving you the chance to see giraffes, zebras, and other animals up close without fear of predators.

DAY 4 – LAKE NAIVASHA – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK

You will depart Lake Naivasha after breakfast and drive to Amboseli National Park.

Sometimes called the Royal Court of Kilimanjaro, this stunning park lies at the foot of Africa’s highest mountain and affords visitors the best views of the mountain to be found anywhere in Kenya or Tanzania.

Photographers will revel at the chance to photograph the park’s vast herds of elephants against the backdrop of the towering mountain, and the park is also home to lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, and much more.

DAY 5 – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK – NAIROBI/ARUSHA

Depending on your travel plans, you’ll depart after breakfast for either Nairobi or for the Namanga border crossing with Tanzania.

For those driving on to Tanzania, you can enjoy a game drive en route to the border crossing.

Six Day Big Five and Special Five Safari

Six Day Big Five and Special Five Safari

DAY 1 – NAIROBI – SAMBURU GAME RESERVE

You’ll depart for Samburu shortly after breakfast.

Upon arrival, you’ll enjoy a game drive en route to your lodge, where you’ll drop off your belongings and have lunch.

After you’ve dined and freshened up, you will head out on a game drive in the semi-arid park that showcases the unique wildlife that Samburu is home to. In addition to more ‘conventional’ safari animal sightings, you’ll also have the chance to spot the Beisa Oryx, Reticulated Giraffe, Somali Ostrich, long-necked Gerenuk and Grevy’s Zebra – the famous ‘Special Five’.

The park is also home to large herds of elephants, as well as lions, leopards, zebras, and more.

After your game drive, you’ll overnight close to the reserve.

DAY 2 – SAMBURU GAME RESERVE

You’ll have a full day to explore the park in search of its rarer inhabitants as well as the likes of leopards, lions, hyenas, cheetahs, antelopes, and more. While Samburu is smaller than other Kenyan parks and reserves, its diverse wildlife tend to cluster closer together near the life-giving Ewaso Ng’iro River, making it an ideal place to set up camp and do some game-viewing.

DAY 3 – SAMBURU GAME RESERVE – LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK

You’ll set off after breakfast for your trek to Lake Nakuru National Park in the Great Rift Valley.

Formerly famous for its flamingos, the park is now better known for its large herds of buffalo and the presence of both the black and white rhinoceros.

You’ll enjoy a hot lunch at your lodge before taking an afternoon game drive along the shores of the lake to spot baboons, buffalo, lions, leopards, eland, waterbucks, and more.

DAY 4 – LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK – MAASAI MARA

You’ll depart from Lake Nakuru after breakfast for the drive south to Kenya’s most famous park: the Maasai Mara.

Part of the vast Serengeti plains, the Maasai Mara plays host to a chapter of the famous Wildebeest Migration each year as 1.7 million wildebeest and more than 500,000 zebras and antelopes cross the swollen Mara River in hopes of finding safety on the Masai Mara’s sweeping plains. Even when the Wildebeest Migration is not occuring, you’ll still have the chance to see the entire Big Five as well as Kenya’s largest variety of animal life.

After lunch at your lodge, you’ll head out for an afternoon and sunset game drive in search of big cats, elephants, giraffes, and more.

DAY 5 – MAASAI MARA

Wake before the dawn for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness a Maasai Mara sunrise. After a quick cup of coffee, you’ll head out into the park to watch as the sun sets fire to the savannah and the big cats take advantage of the morning cool to search for a meal.

Alternatively, you can take to the skies with a hot air balloon safari that will see you soar above all of the action before setting down on the plains for a champagne breakfast among the wildlife. Ask your safari expert about adding a hot air balloon adventure to your safari.

You’ll then return to your lodge for a late breakfast before packing a picnic lunch and heading back out into the park for a day-long exploration of the Maasai Mara. You may also opt to relax at your lodge in the morning, enjoy lunch on site, and then head out again in the afternoon once the weather has cooled off a bit.

DAY 6 – MAASAI MARA – NAIROBI

You’ll bid farewell to the Maasai Mara after breakfast and return to Nairobi for your onward travel.

Six Day Kenyan Bush Adventure

Six Day Kenyan Bush Adventure

DAY 1 – NAIROBI – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast, we’ll depart from Nairobi for Amboseli National Park. Most famous for its stunning views of Africa’s highest mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro, the park offers photographers the rare opportunity to snap photos of elephants, lions, zebras, and giraffes against the startling backdrop of Africa’s most famous mountain.

You’ll have lunch at your lodge upon arrival before heading out into the park for an afternoon game-drive.

DAY 2 – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK

Wake before the dawn for an unforgettable sunrise game drive within the park. Kilimanjaro never looks quite as beautiful as she does first thing in the morning, and you’ll also get to see predators such as leopards, lions, and cheetahs out on the prowl in the cooler morning air.

They don’t call Amboseli the Royal Court of Kilimanjaro for nothing, and as you take in its large elephant herds and the stunning panorama of Mt. Kilimanjaro, you’ll see why this is one of Kenya’s most beloved pars.

After your morning game drive and a late breakfast, relax at the lodge for a few hours before heading out into the park again in the afternoon. With the animals largely inactive during the warm midday hours, you can get some rest before catching them out and about in the cooling afternoon air.

DAY 3 – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK – LAKE NAIVASHA – HELL’S GATE NATIONAL PARK

Departing from Amboseli after an early breakfast, you’ll get on the road for your day of adventure. Passing through Nairobi on your way to the Great Rift Valley, you’ll descend to the valley floor and arrive at Lake Naivasha in time for lunch.

After enjoying lunch on the shores of this beautiful lake, you’ll proceed to the famous Hell’s Gate National Park where you’ll be free to explore it by car or on a bike. Feeling extra adventurous? You can even try your hand at rock climbing.

Hell’s Gate is a geothermically active park made up of unique rock formations and active geysers, and is a great place to snap photos as you explore. Don’t miss your chance to descend into Hell’s Gate Gorge for a beautiful hike.

DAY 4 – LAKE NAIVASHA – MAASAI MARA

You’ll depart from Lake Naivasha after breakfast for the drive south to Kenya’s most famous park, the Masai Mara.

You’ll pass through the famous Great Rift Valley on your way as well as passing through the Masai town of Narok. Arriving in the park in time for lunch at your lodge, you’ll then head out into the park for an afternoon game drive in search of lazy lions, tree-climbing leopards, majestic elephants, and more.

DAY 5 – MASAI MARA

Wake with the dawn to witness a sunrise out on the Masai Mara. As the sun sets fire to the savannah, you’ll have the chance to watch predators such as leopards and lions out on the hunt while the air is still cool.

After a late breakfast, you’ll have the choice to either relax at your lodge until lunch and then head out into the park or take a picnic lunch and head out into the park for a day of discovery as you track the movements of the Wildebeest Migration (seasonal) or go in search of the Big Five.

DAY 6 – MASAI MARA – NAIROBI

You’ll bid farewell to the Masai Mara after breakfast and return to Nairobi for your onward travel.

Seven Day Kenya Family Safari

Seven Day Kenya Family Safari

DAY ONE – NAIROBI CITY TOUR

You’ll begin your safari adventure with a visit to Nairobi’s popular Animal Orphanage. Housed within Nairobi National Park, the Animal Orphanage was established as a refuge and rehabilitation centre and is home to more than twenty animal and bird species. Adults and children alike will have the chance to bond with these animals in an up close and personal experience.

Later in the morning, at 11am, you’ll head to the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. You and your kids will get to watch as these adorable baby elephants work through their rehabilitation with exercises, feeding, and bathing.

Next stop is the Giraffe Centre – a breeding centre for the Rothschild Giraffe. The centre’s elevated feeding platform lets visitors have a face to face view of the giraffes as they eat, and children are even afforded the opportunity to hand feed one of these beautiful creatures. You’ll also have the chance to roam the Giraffe Centre’s beautiful grounds, and might meet a few of the centre’s taller residents as you walk.

After lunch, it’s time to visit Mamba Village for a visit to their Crocodile Farm and meet their Masai Ostrich population. Other activities at Mamba Village include fishing, cycling, and swimming. It’s up to you!

DAY 2 – NAIROBI – OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY

You’ll depart from Nairobi after breakfast for the drive to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, sometimes known as Sweet Waters. Along the way you’ll pass through colourful tea and coffee plantations as well as crossing the equator from the southern hemisphere into the northern hemisphere.

After lunch at Sweet Waters, you’ll head out into the park for a game drive. While on your game drive, you’ll stop at the park’s famous Chimpanzee Sanctuary for a guided tour. You’ll get to meet the sanctuary’s highly-endangered and highly intelligent residents under the watchful eye of a specially trained ranger.

Your game drive will also include a visit to the Morani Centre to meet Baraka, the conservancy’s famous tamed rhino. A blind rhino who was moved to the conservancy for his own safety, Baraka is a friendly sight and visitors can even participate in his feeding at various times during the day.

After these visits, you’ll finish off your afternoon with a drive through the park in search of the Big 5 – leopards, lions, elephants, rhinos, and buffalo.

DAY 3 – OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY

While Mum & Dad head out into the park for a day long game drive, the kids can remain behind at Sweet Waters for a day of fun activities including camel riding & horse riding, swimming, and more.

DAYS 4 – OL PAJETA CONSERVANCY – LAKE NAIVASHA

You’ll depart from Ol Pejeta and make your way to the picturesque shores of Lake Naivasha.

Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake located on the rim of the Great Rift Valley. Famous for its bird life, the area is also home to animals such as giraffes and buffalo, as well as velvet and colobus monkeys.

Your day on the lake will include a guided boat safari out on the lake to see hippos and water birds, and a visit to the Crescent Island Sanctuary where you and your kids can walk alongside zebras, giraffes, antelopes, and more.

DAY 5 – LAKE NAIVASHA – MAASAI MARA

It wouldn’t be a safari in Kenya without a visit to the legendary Maasai Mara.

You’ll depart from Lake Naivasha after breakfast and drive south to the Maasai Mara, the home to the Eighth Wonder of the World – the Great Wildebeest Migration.

Whatever time of the year you’re in the park, you’ll get the chance to see lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, cheetahs, and more. In certain months, during the Wildebeest Migration, the park is flooded with more than 1.7 million wildebeest and 500,000 zebras.

You’ll enjoy lunch at your lodge before heading out into the park for an afternoon game drive.

DAY 6 – MAASAI MARA

You have the option to wake up before dawn for an unforgettable sunrise game drive out in the park. Not only is the savannah particularly beautiful as it is being set fire to by the rising sun, but predators such as lions and leopards are especially active in the cool morning air.

Alternatively, you may wish to take to the skies with an optional hot air balloon safari at dawn. You’ll enjoy a spectacular view of the park and the sunrise from a 1,000 feet before descending to enjoy a champagne breakfast on the savannah.

After your breakfast, you can relax at the lodge until lunch before heading out on a game drive or you can take a picnic lunch and embark on a full day exploration of the park in pursuit of the Wildebeest Migration and the Big Five.

Optional children’s activities at the lodge include Maasai activities such as spear throwing, archery, guided nature walks, or learning how to light a fire the Masai way.

In the evening, you can enjoy a demonstration of traditional Masai dance by the bonfire. Participation is encouraged!

DAY 7 – MASAI MARA – NAIROBI

Say your goodbyes and return to Nairobi, where you’ll have a farewell lunch at Kenya’s most famous restaurant – Carnivore. You’ll have the chance to try game steaks or eat some traditional Kenyan fare.

You’ll then be transferred to the airport for your onward travel.

3 DAYS SAFARI TO LAKE MANAYRA NGORONGORO CRATER AND TARANGIRE

Day 1: Arusha-Lake Manyara

At 7am, you will be picked up from the Arusha) by your safari guide and driven to Lake Manyara National Park.

Enjoy a game drive in the park!
After lunch, drive onto Karatu for overnight.
Overnight at Kudu lodge/Ngorongoro farm house  

Lunch and dinner provided.

2 small bottles of water (500ml) per person are also provided.

Lake Manyara is a beautiful little park, which is famous for its tree-climbing lions, elephants and large troops of baboons. The park is home to an amazing variety of birds and animals considering its small size. A short visit to this serene park will greatly diversify your safari experience as the lush green jungle habitat is of stark contrast to the other parks you will visit during your safari.

Day 2: 04 May 2017

After breakfast, drive to Ngorongoro and descend into the Crater for a game tour.

Overnight at Kudu lodge/Lake Manyara Serena  

Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided. 2 small bottles of water (500ml) per person are also provided.

Often called the eighth natural wonder of the world, the Ngorongoro Crater is the largest intact crater in the world. About 2 million years ago the Ngorongoro volcano erupted, and its walls collapsed. The volcano floor sank to create a natural enclosure with its 600m tall walls. Now, at over 19 kilometres wide, Ngorongoro Crater is filled with great areas of acacia forest, hippo filled swamps and open grasslands. These different habitats contain over 30,000 animals – including elephants, warthogs, flamingoes, magnificent birdlife, the rare black rhinoceros and all the predatory cats. The Maasai can also be seen grazing their cattle alongside the buffalo and wildebeest.

Day 3: Ngorongoro- Arusha

At 8am you will be picked up from hotel by your driver guide and driven to Tarangire National Park

After lunch drive to Arusha (drop off point to be advised)

Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided.

2 small bottles of water (500ml) per person are also provided

Tarangire National Park is almost 3000 sq km in size and is probably best known for its huge numbers of elephants and baobab trees. The name of the park comes from the Tarangire River which crosses through the park. Tarangire is especially spectacular during the dry season (June – November) as wildlife concentrations rival that of the Serengeti (since enormous populations of elephants and other animals are drawn to the Tarangire River as their only source of water). With its varied habitats and permanent water in the Tarangire River the park is home to over 2000 elephants and 500 bird species. 

Below price is per person sharing

International prices – 2017 &2018
3 Day safari prices
2017 &2019 US$ Rates: Group size – Rate per person sharing
1 Pax 2 Pax 3 Pax 4 Pax 5 Pax 6 Pax SSR*
Luxury lodges – Option 1
Lodges used: Lake Manyara Serena lodge and Ngorongoro Farm house
01 Dec – 31 March  2017/2018 2040 1290 1080 900 870 790 80
01 Apr – 31 May 2017/2018 1700 1060 830 740 690 640 60
01 Jun – 31 Oct 2017/2018 2040 1290 1080 900 870 790 80
01 Nov – 31Nov 2017/2018 1700 1060 830 740 690 640 60
Semi luxury lodges – Option 2Lodges used: Kudu Lodge
01 Dec – 31March 2017/2018 1 910 1180 990 840 800 750 60
01 Apr – 31 May 2017/2018 1680 1000 830 710 680 605 50
1Jun – 31 Oct 2017/2018 1910 1180 990 840 800 750 60
01 Nov – 31Nov 2017/2018 1680 100 830 710 680 605 50
Camping safari /Adventure
01 Jan -31Dec  2017/2018 1410 900 820 730 670 630  

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*SSR = Single Supplement Rate for a non-sharing person in a room Supplements:

The safari and tour prices below include

  • 3 day game safari to Tanzania’s northern circuit as per sample itinerary
  • Hotel/lodge accommodation for the duration of the three day safari
  • Animal tours according to your itinerary preferences
  • Private 4 wheel drive vehicle with a roof hatch
  • Professional safari and tour guide / driver
  • Lake Manyara / Ngorongoro crater / Tarangire national park fees
  • All meals on the safari
  • All game viewing activities
  • Price quoted per person sharing
  • Tanzania VAT on tourism activities and park fees
  • Ngorongoro Conservation area vehicle permit increase
  • Drinks and mineral water

The safari and tour prices below exclude

  • Laundry
  • Items of personal nature
  • International and local airfares
  • Airport taxes
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Any airport transfers & hotel accommodation before / after the safari
  • Tips and gratuities

 

2 DAYS SAFARIS TARANGIRE AND NGORONGORO

Day 1: Arusha-Tarangire

7am pickup from Arusha and drives to Tarangire National Park

The drive time will be approx 2 hours.  Enjoy the animals!

Overnight at the Lodge

Lunch and dinner provided. 2 small bottles of water (500ml) per person are also provided.

Tarangire National Park is almost 3000 sq km in size and is probably best known for its huge numbers of elephants and baobab trees. The name of the park comes from the Tarangire River which crosses through the park. Tarangire is especially spectacular during the dry season (June – November) as wildlife concentrations rival that of the Serengeti (since enormous populations of elephants and other animals are drawn to the Tarangire River as their only source of water). With its varied habitats and permanent water in the Tarangire River the park is home to over 2000 elephants and 500 bird species.

Day 4: Ngorongoro crater -Arusha

With picnic lunches descend into the Ngorongoro Crater for a crater tour.

After lunch start the 3 ½ hour drive back to Arusha so as to arrive back by 5pm.

Breakfast and lunch provided. 2 small bottles of water (500ml) per person are also provided

Often called the eighth natural wonder of the world, the Ngorongoro Crater is the largest intact crater in the world. About 2 million years ago the Ngorongoro volcano erupted, and its walls collapsed. The volcano floor sank to create a natural enclosure with its 600m tall walls. Now, at over 19 kilometres wide, Ngorongoro Crater is filled with great areas of acacia forest, hippo filled swamps and open grasslands. These different habitats contain over 30,000 animals – including elephants, warthogs, flamingoes, magnificent birdlife, the rare black rhinoceros and all the predatory cats. The Maasai can also be seen grazing their cattle alongside the buffalo and wildebeest.

This safari package includes:

  • Transportation in a safari specific vehicle
  • A professional English speaking driver/guide
  • Park entry fees
  • 2 small bottles of drinking water (500ml) per person per day
  • Meals as per the itinerary

This safari package does not include:

  • International flights and visa fees
  • Personal Travel/Baggage Insurance
  • Drinks outside the 2 bottles of drinking water mentioned above
  • Tips for the driver guide and any porters at the lodges
  • Unexpected increases in National Park/Lodge Fees by the relevant authorities
  • Bank Fee/charges in sending your money to Tanzania and getting USD cash out in Tanzania