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Tour Details

During an 8-day budget safari, photograph the Spectacle of Predator and Prey as Vast Herds Traverse the Endless Plains.

The Great Migration in Tanzania is one of the most stunning wildlife events on the planet.

For nature photographers, there’s nothing quite like being in the midst of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra on their yearly migration over the Serengeti Plain in quest of new pasture.

Predators lurk in the shadows of the vast herds, preparing to pounce on the weak and young.

To completely capture the grandeur of the migration in images, it’s necessary to monitor the migration from critical vantage points that allow close-up views.


Departure & Return Location

Kilimanjaro International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Transportation in 4×4 safari vehicle
  • Professional, English speaking guide
  • All national park fees
  • Overnight stays in Luxury Safari Lodges / Luxury Tented Lodges
  • 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

 Tanzania is the untamed half of east Africa, the raw safari experience that first drew explorers from around the world, home to endless savannah, volcanic mountains, the Great Migration and the towering walls of the Ngorongoro Crater.

A few hours away is mighty Mount Kilimanjaro itself, where adventure seekers can hike through a series of wildly different landscapes in a bid to reach the pinnacle of Africa, accompanied by a full complement of hardy porters and experienced guides. Although the mountain can be summited without having to do any serious climbing, it is still to be respected. Though the summit of Kilimanjaro lies among the clouds, those wanting to stand upon the mountain need not climb to the very top, as special excursions cater for short hikes and picnic lunches on its slopes.

Creating yet another rugged and scenic landscape nearby, the Rift Valley plunges down to the shores of tranquil Lake Manyara in a series of steep cliffs. Shallow and fed by the runoff from the high escarpment along its side, Manyara is home to great multitudes of pink-feathered flamingo throughout the year. The verdant national park that lies along its shores is famed for high concentrations of wildlife, including its unusual tree-climbing lion.
Uniquely scenic Tarangire does not have a lake, but it does boast extensive marshlands that turn swathes of it a brilliant green. Abundant game gathers to feel and play among these reeds and long grasses that grow near the cooling water, while patient lion lounge around its shores, eyes alert for the injured or the unwary.


Day 0 Arrival – Arusha

Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport or the Tanzania-Kenya border, our delegate will greet you warmly and transport you to your hotel in Arusha for supper and an overnight stay.

Day 1 Arusha – Tarangire National Park

After lunch, drive to Tarangire National Park for a game survey in the early evening. Tarangire is Tanzania’s third largest public park, known for having Africa’s largest herds of elephants and probably the world’s most ancient trees, the massive Baobab Trees, which are brimming with fascinating stories! You’ll want to pay attention to the variety of natural life fueled by the Tarangire River, which allows species to play and frolic. Tarangire for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 2 Game survey in Tarangire National Park

In Tarangire National Park, go on a full-day game drive. The Park is a crazy engagement in and of itself! Tarangire is far more lush than Serengeti, with Acacia trees and mixed woodland strewn throughout the African Savannah. While transitory Wildebeests, Zebras, Buffalos, Impalas, Gazelles, Hartebeests, and Elands rush the shrinking tidal ponds, groups of up to 300 elephants scratch the dry canal bed seeking subsurface streams. It’s also the only place in Tanzania where dry-country pronghorns like the spectacular Fringe-eared Oryx and the unmistakable winding-horned Lesser Kudus may be seen. Tarangire for supper and an overnight stay.

Day 3 Tarangire National Park – Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Today you will have a relaxing journey to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, with stops at Iraqwi Cultural Village and a Coffee Farm along the route. Proceed to Ngorongoro for supper and an overnight stay after lunch at Gibb’s Farm.

Day 4 Ngorongoro Crater Game Viewing

Early in the day, ascend quickly and descend into the famous Ngorongoro Crater for a wildlife survey. The Ngorongoro Crater is a really unique safari destination, a true “Nursery of Eden.” With a large number of species and short meadows, game surveying in the hole, or more correctly a caldera, is fantastic since the creatures are all over the place! The caldera is said to have the world’s greatest concentration of carnivores.

Day 5 Ngorongoro – Serengeti national Park

In-transit game drives to Serengeti National Park via Oldupai Gorge, with a barbeque lunch. The Cradle of Mankind, Oldupai Gorge, is arguably the most important ancient and archeological site on Earth, where Dr. Louis and Mary Leakey made revelations on human origins. You will continue your journey and arrive in Serengeti for supper and an overnight stay after surveying the chasm and tuning in to a mind-boggling interpretative display and a visit to a Maasai Village.

Day 6 Game survey in Serengeti National Park

The next day, you’ll go on game drives in the Mighty Serengeti to unwind and follow natural life. The Serengeti is Tanzania’s most famous public park and home to some of the world’s largest warm-blooded animals. The term Serengeti comes from the Maasai term ‘Siringet,’ which means ‘infinite fields,’ and these moving distances of short grass fields provide an unusual scenario for untamed life viewing; your definitive safari country–this is the feature of your safari, you are in the complete wild of Africa with wildlife review all around you to offer you your own personal ‘Out of Africa’ experience! In the Serengeti National Park, your comfort is paramount.

Day 7 Serengeti national Park – Game Viewing in Lake Manyara

Leave Serengeti National Park in the morning and drive to Lake Manyara for lunch. Game survey in Lake Manyara National Park in the early evening. Lake Manyara National Park is a magnificent huge park that provides a unique Tanzania safari experience! The leisure facility is also known for its elephants, a large number of mandrills, and a diverse range of other species, including wildebeest, bison, hippo, flamingo, zebra, warthog, waterbuck, dik-dik, and impala. Bird-watching is fantastic here, especially with raptors; it’s like being in heaven! At Lake Manyara, remain for dinner and the night.

Day 8Lake Manyara – Arusha – Departure

Today you will be driving back to Arusha for lunch and a day room. Later in the early evening, you will be moved to Kilimanjaro Airport for an International Flight.

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Couple Traveller

was perfect honeymoon Trip for our marriage

August 12, 2021