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8 Day Kenya Tanzania Safari

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The 8 Days Kenya Tanzania Safari highlight some of the main attractions in Tanzania and Kenya. Starting in Arusha, a town surrounded by rich wildlife to the famous Ngorongoro and Serengeti, the Tanzania trail offers one of the best experiences to not only enjoy wildlife but also nature to its fullest. The Kenyan trail covers the mighty Maasai Mara which borders the Serengeti to the north an area characterized by the famous Great wildebeest migration.


Day 1 Arusha

On arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be received by one of our guides. The safari starts with breakfast at the hotel preceded by travel towards the Kenyan Tanzania border (Namanga), to Arusha.

Day 2 Arusha - Ngorongoro

The Ngorongoro crater floor covers 260 square kilometres with a depth of 610 meters. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1979. The annual migration of ungulates passes through the conservation area with over 1.7 million wildebeests, 470,000 gazelles and 260,000 zebras moving north into the area in June and south in December. Enjoy an evening spotting some of the animals, for dinner and overnight by the lodge or campsite.

Day 3Ngorongoro – Full Day

Welcome to the home of the world’s most magnificent wildlife scenery. Located 180 Kilometres west of Arusha, the Ngorongoro is the only caldera in the world where you get the chance to experience the big five and other grazers such as zebras, gazelles, waterbucks, topis, impalas and more. The Ngorongoro conservation area is also home to the Olduvai George, which is considered the early seat of the human species after the discovery of the earliest recorded specimens of the human genus of the Homo habilis. A salty lake on the south west of the crater, (L. Magadi) and Ngoitokitok Spring are two of the main sources of water for the inhabitants. Lunch can be packed for a picnic or return to the lodge. Dinner and overnight at the lodge or campsite.

Day 4Ngorongoro – Serengeti

After an early breakfast in the Ngorongoro, proceed in North West to one of the world’s largest national parks, (Serengeti). The Serengeti national park is one of the largest national parks in Tanzania in the Serengeti ecosystem in the Simiyu and Mara regions. The park is renowned for its annual migration of over 1.6 million white brindled wildebeest and over 250,000 zebras. Since the park is large, tourists get an opportunity to spot various wild animals on their way to the lodge or campsite. Dinner and overnight by the lodge.

Day 5Serengeti – Full Day

Covering an area of 14,750 Km2 of savannah and grassland plains as well as riverine forest and woodlands, the mighty Serengeti is the home to the true taste of the African wild. Bordering the Maasai Mara to the north, this ecosystem holds one of the spectacular game views. Other than the great migration, the park is also famous for the mighty Nile crocodiles in the Mara river that feast on the ungulates crossing the Mara river. A visit to the park gives you an opportunity to see some young ones of wildebeests as this ecosystem acts as the breeding grounds from December to May.

Day 6Serengeti – Maasai Mara

After your morning breakfast, the safari proceeds to the mighty Maasai Mara in Kenya via the isebania border point. The Maasai Mara national reserve known by the locals as The Mara is located in the Narok County, Kenya and it is contagious with the Serengeti national park. The reserve is globally famous for its huge population of the lions, cheetahs, leopards and also the annual great migration which happens between the months of July and October. The evening can be utilized to spot the over 500 different bird species by the campsite or lodge, followed by dinner and overnight.

Day 7Maasai Mara – Full Day

Did you know that Maasai Mara is home to one of the World wonders of the Great Wildebeest migration? Millions of wildebeests cross to and from the Serengeti via the Mara river for food and pasture. Experience a full day game drive in this mighty reserve as you bond with one of Africa’s greatest national reserves. Since Maasai Mara game reserve is large, covering an area of 1,510 km2 (583 sq mi), picnic lunch is always the best way to enjoy your day time meals. Wildebeests are the main species of grazers in the Mara. However, there are thousands of other species inclusive the big five and over 500 bird species that lets you experience the East African birdlife. Take your dinner and overnight at the lodge or campsite.

Day 8Fly Out

Leave Maasai Mara for Nairobi to arrive in time for lunch and later leave for the JKIA to depart.