A whole special week in which we explore some of Tanzania’s real natural wonders, as we follow the path of the Great Migration as it arrives in Northern Serengeti. In these summer months, this is where we’ll find the greatest concentration of herd animals, as the world’s biggest animal movement reaches the Mara River. Of course, Nature and rainfall determine the exact route and timings of the animals’ movement, so our daily schedule will be adjusted if necessary to ensure that we see the animals at their very best, at their most numerous.

Arrival Day

You will be met by one of our driver guide at the airport or bus stop and drive you to the Hotel in Arusha or Moshi. But if you are here already, then we always organize a guide to meet you at your location. Once in the Hotel you will be delivered with tour briefing by our professional guides then relax and get ready for the next day.

Accommodation: The African Tulip Hotel (B, L, D)


Day 1

To Tarangire national park

Early today we will start driving from our hotel to Tarangire national park for the game drive until afternoon were we will break for the picnic lunch. After lunch, we will continue with the game drive until evening and drive to our lodge for dinner and overnight. The lodge is located close to the National park and has all the service and quality that a safari lodge should have, relax with a great view and amazing food.

Accommodation: Osupuko Lodge, Tarangire (B, L, D)


Day 2

To Serengeti National Park

After the breakfast, you will drive to Serengeti National park with en route game drive. The Serengeti, Tanzania’s largest National Park, covers nearly 6,000 square miles of grassland plains, Savannah, kopjes, hills, woodlands, and river line forests. Beyond the heralded migration of wildebeest and zebra, the Serengeti is best known for its big predators, including cheetah and leopard, as well as large pride of lions and clans of hyenas and later drive to this amazing tented luxury lodge located in the center of Serengeti with breathtaking view and close to the great wildebeest migration, Kubu Kubu is the latest addition to the portfolio of properties of Tanganyika Wilderness Camps. This camp is strategically located to ensure that all areas of the Serengeti are within reach of our guests, including legendary locations like the famous Maasai kopjes, the Museum of Olduvai Gorge, Seronera and the Grumeti River.

Accommodation: Kubu Kubu Tented Lodge (B, L, D)


Day 3

To Northern Serengeti National Park

Today on our trip of a lifetime we driving to the northern edge of the Serengeti, We are now following in the footsteps of the Great Migration, great herds of thousands of zebra and wildebeest getting ready to cross the Mara. For the visitor, this is one of the world’s most awe-inspiring sights as the animals cross the dangerous waters in small or large groups. This is a chance to see Nature at its very rawest. Animals on the move, animals hunting or being hunted! , literally hundreds of thousands of animals making their annual journey. As well as the migrating herds and later drive to this amazing tented luxury lodge located in the north of Serengeti with breathtaking view and close to the great wildebeest migration, Each tent has a sitting room with mini bar, bedroom with mosquito netted bed, spacious bathroom with freestanding bath, indoor and outdoor shower and a spacious deck with tables and chairs, a private plunge pool and sun beds.

Accommodation: Lemala Kuria Hills (B, L, D)


Day 4

Full day game drives at Northern Serengeti Park

We continue our focus on the Great Migration as we delve deeper into this experience spending a whole day by the Mara River. A famous spot for the river crossing, Keep your eyes open for various other predators including crocodiles and that lazy hippopotamus.

Accommodation: Lemala Kuria Hills (B, L, D)


Day 5

Finish Serengeti National Park

Half game drives at Northern Serengeti and drives to Central Serengeti National Park, Before leaving the northern part of amazing Serengeti, we take the opportunity this morning to spend more time observing this wonder of the natural world.

Accommodation: Lemala Kuria Hills (B, L, D)


Day 6

To Karatu while crossing Ngorongoro conversation

For those who have booked for hot air Balloon, at 05:00 am you will be picked for 6:00 am departures.  After your 90 minutes aerial adventure bush breakfast and champagne, you will meet you safaris guide for short game drive back to your lodge for brunch and drive to The Retreat at Ngorongoro is a meticulously themed lodge set within 30 acres of land with clear emphasis on nature and birdlife in the area. As you walk around the lodge, you will be amazed at how nature has been integrated into this development.

Accommodation: The Retreat at Ngorongoro (B, L, D)


Day 7

Full game drive in Ngorongoro crater and drive back to Arusha

Today after breakfast we will drive descending to Ngorongoro crater a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1978, Maasai are sharing the awesome space with animals, their cattle in an area which has been a separate conservation area since 1956, Game drive and late evening ascend from crater and drive you back to Arusha for dinner and overnight.

Accommodation: The African Tulip Hotel (B, L, D)



Tour Excludes and Includes

Tour inclusions:

  • Professional Guide
  • 4×4 safari vehicle
  • Lunch Box
  • All activities detailed in the safari
  • Park entrance fees
  • Drinking water on the safari

Tour Exclusions

  • Tips,
  • Beverages/ drinks,
  • international flights,
  • Visas,
  • Items of a personal nature,
  • Optional activities and any other extras not detailed in the above itinerary.

Available departures

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Tailor-made: This Tour can be arranged at any time to suit you and adapted to your requirements as necessary.


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