A safari to Tanzania is to bear witness to the ebb and flow of the natural world from the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra in the Serengeti to the diverse vitality in the extinct and now Edenic, Ngorongoro Crater. Much like the explorers of old, you will fall under Tanzania’s spell, intoxicated by the calls and rumbles of migrating herds, the elegant arches of ancient baobab trees and the kaleidoscope of its ethnic diversity. Venture into remote areas of Tarangire and the Serengeti and stay in intimate, exclusive tented camps that blend into the landscape where you are serenaded only by the wildlife around you. Unforgettable moments… Unbelievable memories!
Degree of Difficulty –
Maximum group size: 16 travelers – Dunia only has 8 tents.
YOUR JOURNEY INCLUDES:
- Flight between Arusha/Tarangire/Lake Manyara/Seronera/Kogatende/Arusha.
- Flight between the Serengeti and Zanzibar on the post extension
- Superior accommodations throughout as indicated or similar
- All meals, starting with breakfast on day 3, and finishing with breakfast on Day 12.
- All wildlife viewing by land cruisers driven by a naturalist driver/guide.
- At Oliver’s Camp, Dunia Camp and Sayari all drinks are included (except premium brands).
- Complimentary bottled water in vehicles and with meals.
- Professional naturalist with a minimum of 10 travelers.
- All applicable hotel/lodge taxes and gratuities for baggage handling.
- All park entry fees.
- Complimentary baggage tags and passport wallet.
- Complimentary emergency evacuation insurance.
- January-March – southern sector of the Serengeti and the animals are massing and giving birth to their young
- April-June – central Serengeti and the animals begin to move
- July – western corridor of the Serengeti and on the move towards Kenya
- August-October – northern Serengeti and mostly into Maasai Mara in Kenya
- November-December – returning back to the Serengeti and making their way to the southern sector
Zanzibar follows a similar pattern with rains (longer rains in April & May with short rains in November) but it does not rain every day or all day, rather short showers. Being so near the equator, Zanzibar is tropical year-round, but in summer (December/January) it’s usually windy, so there are pleasant sea breezes.
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