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Tanzania Migration

9 Days

Arusha to ArushaSUPERIOR SPECIAL INTEREST PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR
SOAT-TM012

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Synonymous with ‘safari’ is the clockwise wildebeest migration, the ‘world cup of wildlife’ or even one of the Seven New Natural Wonders of the World. Few people forget their first encounter with the Serengeti.

Tanzania Migration
Languages English
Vehicle 7-seater 4WD vehicle / light aircraft
Group size 2-7 guests
Accommodation As specified
Meals 8 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 7 dinners
Activities Visit to Olduvai Gorge, Crater visit
Entrance Fees All park entrance fees as per itinerary
Transfers
Arrival and departure airport transfers
Guide
Registered driver-guide
General
IL bottle of mineral water per person per day
Added Value
Safari pouch and pen
An African hat
Excluded: all international / domestic flights and taxes • visas • travel and personal accident insurance • personal expenses • excursions / activities not specified • gratuities
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • World’s largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera
  • Wildbeest migration – over 1 million wildebeest and over 400 000 zebras
  • Wildlife experience

Day 1

ARUSHA

Guests arriving at Kilimanjaro International Airport are met by a Sense of Africa representative and transferred to their hotel. The day is spent at leisure.

Overnight at Arusha Hotel – Breakfast.

Day 2-3

TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast guests depart for Tarangire National Park arriving at Nimali Tarangire in time for lunch. The park is home to a diversity of large mammals including buffalo, elephant, lion, eland, the fringe-eared oryx, lesser and greater kudu, and gerenuk. Visitors enjoy an afternoon game drive.

The following day, guests spend a full day in Tarangire and enjoy a picnic lunch. In the dry season the Tarangire River provides sanctuary for Tanzania’s highest concentration of elephants and its large population of lions. In the short rainy season the wildlife disperses across the Maasai Steppe, an area 10 times the size of the park.

Overnight at Nimali Tarangire – Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.

Day 4

NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA

After breakfast the tour departs for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, arriving at Lemala Ngorongoro Camp in time to collect lunch boxes before descending to the crater floor for an extended tour.

Established in 1959 as a multiple land-use area, with wildlife coexisting with the semi-nomadic Maasai, the conservancy is globally acclaimed for its biodiversity. The Ngorongoro crater is the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world and provides sanctuary for some of Africa’s most extraordinary resident population of big game.

Overnight at Lemala Ngorongoro – Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.

Day 5

SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast, the tour departs for the Serengeti National Park arriving in time for lunch. Few people forget their first encounter with the Serengeti, perhaps noted for its wildebeest migration in their millions. Undeniably the greatest wildlife watching destination on earth, the Serengeti plays host to thousands of ungulates constantly on the move in search of fresh grazing. Visitors enjoy an afternoon game.

Overnight at Lemala Ewanjan – Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.

Day 6

SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

Guests spend a full day in the Serengeti and enjoy a picnic lunch. A morning and afternoon game drive provides the best opportunity to experience the park renowned for its predators, especially lions. Over 500 bird species makes the Serengeti an incredible birder’s destination. Visitors enjoy sundowners at the Mukoma Hills.

Overnight at Lemala Ewanjan – Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.

Day 7

NDUTU / SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

The tour departs after breakfast for Ndutu or the Northern Serengeti, arriving in time for lunch. After the rains in late November, the wildebeest return from the Mara River where they spend up to six months of the year. In the dry season, springs provide much needed water attracting resident game. Visitors enjoy an afternoon game drive.

Overnight at Lemala Ndutu / Lemala Mara – Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.

Day 8

NDUTU / SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

Guests enjoy an early-morning game drive following the migration before returning to the lodge for a late breakfast. The late morning is spent at leisure. Visitors enjoy lunch and an afternoon game drive.

Overnight at Lemala Ndutu / Lemala Mara – Lunch, dinner, and breakfast.

Day 9

DEPARTURE

After breakfast and check out, guests are transferred to the local airstrip for a return flight to Arusha. On arrival, guests are assisted by a Sense of Africa representative and transferred to Kilimanjaro International Airport for outbound departure.

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