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6 Days Serengeti wildebeest Migration Safari


Our 6-day movement safari spends much of its time in the Focal Serengeti, which is regarded as the park’s natural life base. We spend three evenings in this unusual setting, watching the creatures as they pursue the ageless cycle of life in search of food. Furthermore, after our time in the Serengeti, we will travel to the striking Ngorongoro Cavity, a world-renowned natural wonder. You will have experiences beyond your wildest dreams while in the hands of our master driver-guides.

Departure & Return Location

kilimanjaro International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Transportation in 4×4 safari vehicle
  • 5 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • Meals :Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Price Excludes

  • Accommodation in Arusha can be arranged upon request.
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Visa fees


  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

The most famous of all Tanzania’s safari areas and often acting the link between the exceptional experiences that the country can offer is the fabled Serengeti National Park, its endless plains home to abundant game and site of the annual Great Migration of over a million wildebeest and zebra. Dubbed the Greatest Show on Earth, this fascinating spectacle moves continually through the Serengeti, across the borders to Kenya’s masai Mara and back down again. Its endless cycle of life and death enthrals first time visitors and lifelong safari fanatics alike.


Day 0Arrival

Your Kilimanjaro Climbing and Safaris driver-guide will be waiting for you with a warm welcoming smile, regardless of your arrival time at Kilimanjaro Global Air terminal. As he drives you to your inn in Arusha, Tanzania’s so-called “safari city,” relax and unwind in your comfortable car. On your way to the inn, you’ll get a quick overview of this massive, bustling business center. You could have your pre-safari instructions depending on your arrival time; if not, it will happen first thing tomorrow morning.

Day 1Arusha – Tarangire National Park

Unless your arrival time yesterday allowed time for safari training, in which case it will take place after breakfast. Before we depart for our first safari destination, the diverse Tarangire National Park, we will provide you with all necessary details.

Your game drive in Tarangire, with its incredible range, massive baobab trees, and elephant herds, will be unforgettable.

It extends, as should be apparent, if you stay at the recreation center door and look south. This extraordinary park, dubbed the “Elephant Jungle Gym,” is home to massive crowds of these powerful warm-blooded animals. Tarangire, on the other hand, is home to bison, lion, wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle, and the recreation center will rival Serengeti in terms of sheer animal density. What do you think you’ll see today? Maybe a lone male lion loosened up beneath a pine, or a trio of male cheetahs getting a boost from some slow sun keeping time. Perhaps a few smooth Award’s gazelle or zebra bouncing away from the road, and a few giraffe chomping happily from the best acacia trees. Pay particular attention to kudu and oryx for Tarangire specialties. It is important not to overlook the small animals in this park, as it is in other parks.


Day 2Serengeti National park

Before we set off north and west to Focal Serengeti, we’ll provide you with all of the necessary details.

Drive to the Focal Serengeti at that stage. From Arusha, we travel west then north on a seven-hour journey. Along the way, you’ll be exposed to all of Tanzania’s tones and personalities, such as Maasai herders herding their goat herds to new pastures. You’ll get to know your driver-direct, and you’ll be astounded by his depth of knowledge as he answers all of your questions with ease. Here’s a Public Park that will provide you with a wide range of wild life surprises over the next few days, but maybe the most notable feature – unquestionably for first-time visitors – will simply be the Serengeti landscape. The sheer endlessness of the fields folding away in front of you into eternal time will leave you speechless.

The Serengeti, Tanzania’s one-of-a-kind wonder, will be the setting for the daily animal showy behaviors that will take place over the next few days.

Day 3Central Serengeti

You might believe it has come to find you, rather than the other way around, on occasion. Since the creatures don’t allocate their schedule, the current feature is mysterious. What we see often varies depending on the season, but we can come across some ‘big felines’ sneaking around looking for prey. The majority of the time, cheetahs, panthers, and lions are possibilities!

Today is a day of revelations, a chance to appreciate the Serengeti’s shifting landscapes.

The Seronera Waterway runs through the Serengeti, providing water to a variety of wild animals. The unmistakable rough outcrops, the well-known kopjes that depict the Serengeti scene will also be visible. Kopjes are a tough bunch who rock out on a daily basis. They were formed before the world’s surface was pushed up from the sea, perhaps 600 million years ago. These stony areas are frequented by lions and other felines, and they also house snakes and hyraxes. They are gradually shedding layers as they endure the wind and rain, as you can see if you examine them closely.

All changes with the seasons, but the relocating crowds join the year-round population of resident creatures in April, May, and November.

Day 4Serengeti National Park

The Seronera space of Focal Serengeti is the most well-known territory of the public park, thanks to its educational guest population. Additionally, it is well-known for its wild life. The Seronera waterway benefits from a year-round water supply, so there is always something interesting to see. A few game drives can be taken here, and you might see lions in large prides, hippo, or elephant herds, which have recently increased in number in the recreation center. Depending on creature sightings and developments, we can decide to stop by the Serengeti Guest Center, which offers a wonderful explanation of the recreation center’s eco-framework as well as an opportunity to learn about the history of preservation in this region. You’ll learn more about the Frankfurt Zoological Society and Bernhard Grzimek, who had the foresight and vision to preserve the Serengeti’s eco-system. Natural life can be found even here in the middle: hyrax and mongoose populations, as well as a wide variety of small bird species.

Day 5Ngorongoro Conservation Area – Serengeti National Park

We’ll fly south-east towards Ngorongoro this evening after a morning game drive and lunch. Today, we’ll get our first glimpse of the magnificent, extraordinary Ngorongoro Cavity, the world’s largest unblemished volcanic caldera and the heart of the Ngorongoro Protection Room. In any case, we have another morning game drive in the beautiful Serengeti, where we wonder about the creatures that live there. Another day of learning, another day of appreciating the natural world. We depart for Ngorongoro Conservation Area after lunch. If the incomprehensibility of the Serengeti hasn’t already made an impression on you, the ‘unlimited fields’ of the Serengeti will do so as we travel the long, straight street past Simba Kopjes to reach Naabi Slope Entryway, near the Serengeti-Ngorongoro divide. You can gather information at the front desk’s guest room, climb up the hill for spectacular views out over the countryside, or search the stones for a brilliant agama reptile.

Day 6Ngorongoro Crater – Kilimanjaro International Airport

Following our morning Descend into the crater and lunch, we will embark on a 5-hour journey back to Kilimanjaro International Airport for flight home.


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Family Traveller

this was a memorable safari ever for me

August 12, 2020