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Trip Introduction

Our 7 Days Great Migration package has been designed specifically for you to witness the greatest phenomenal “Great Wildebeest Migration” which occurs every year in Serengeti – Tanzania. This  itinerary will include both the Central Serengeti (Seronera) and Wagakuria/Kogatende area ( northern Serengeti National Park) where is the best place for wildebeest migration normally take place from July – August – September to October. This itinerary has been designed specifically to gives you much time for game drive from crater rim – central to northern Serengeti. Later you will ending by visiting to the world famous Ngorongoro Crater.  Get chance to experience Nomadic culture from Maasai tribe.

Trip Overview
  • Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport
  • Masaai Culture Experience
  • Serengeti National Park – Kogatende
  • Serengeti National Park – Seronera
  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Ngorongoro Crater
  • Departure

DAY 01: Arrival at Kilimanjaro to Arusha.

Welcome to Tanzania. On arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport you’ll meet our company arranged driver/guide who will transfer you to Arusha city direct to Green Mountain Hotel for dinner and overnight. Our driver will display your group name on signboard. Having safari briefing before your dinner.

  • Meals: Breakfast & Dinner (HB)

DAY 02: Arusha to Serengeti (Central)

Tribe Visit: Maasai

Maasai culture experience.

On the way to Serengeti stop at one of Maasai village located between Manyara and Arusha City for the main purpose of learning the Maasai culture.

CULTURE TIME: Reach the village and be welcomed with beautiful songs and dancing. Their boma’s has number of huts and number of Maasai habitants who live together as family, learn their ways of life, dress, making their own jeweler, grazing their cattle, how do they start making fire and dancing together listening to their songs is quite impressive. Your will be able to spend 1 hours have fun before proceeding with safari to Serengeti.

After breakfast tour start by heading towards the heart of wild Africa – the central Serengeti National Park its endless plains, rolling into the distance as far as the eye can see. You will proceed to the Lobo area which is located just north of the Seronera area (central Serengeti National Park). The wildebeest migration, normally take place at Lobo area every year around July – August -Sept en-route to the Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve and again late in October en-route to the southern Serengeti National Park. Spend your overnight at Serengeti Safari Lodge.

  • Meals: Breakfast – Lunch and Dinner
  • Guide: Professional English-speaking guide.


DAY 03: Central – Northern Serengeti (Kogatebde)

After breakfast tour heading towards the far northern reaches of the Serengeti National Park, also known as the Kogatende. Having a good game drive en-route from the Lobo area to the Kogatende area. During safari to north, good sightings of giraffe, plain game, herds of buffalo and elephants can often be seen. Whilst the Serengeti boasts abundant wildlife, it is perhaps best known for the annual Great Migration.  Arrival at lunch time, so after having your special and tasty lunch keep having afternoon game drive before heading to you lodge “Serengeti Safari Lodge” for dinner and overnight.

  • Meals: Breakfast – Lunch and Dinner
  • Guide: Professional English-speaking guide.

DAY 04-05: Northern Serengeti (Kogatende)

Having full two days of game drive at North.

After breakfast, enjoy a full day game drive in the Kogatende area. Please you have to know that crossing is very difficult and is sometimes a matter of luck. A herd can be seen next to river and only decide to cross or not cross until a couple of days later. If you’re lucky enough be sure you will spot the best phenomenal ever in the world, where by Wildebeest and their mutual friend Zebra crossing the Mara River. More numbers of wildlife are exceptionally high in this area of the park, with prides of lion up to 25 strong, however, from early July August to late October the area turns into a wildlife paradise.  Later heading back to “Serengeti Safari Lodge” for dinner and night rest waiting for the next luckiest day.

  • Meals: Breakfast – Lunch and Dinner
  • Guide: Professional English-speaking guide.


6. Northern Serengeti – Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Early morning after breakfast, keep continue with en-route game drive inside the Northern Serengeti National Park before departing to Ngorongoro Conservation area. The Ngorongoro Crater, it looks like a forgotten world.  Concealed by the steep volcanic walls is a pristine wilderness including sweeping savannah, pockets of acacia woodland and glistening lakes and swamps. This beautiful creature consist wit a huge numbers of animals. Arrival at “Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge” your lodge in afternoon keep view the crater during sunset.

  • Meals: Breakfast – Lunch and Dinner
  • Guide: Professional English-speaking guide.


DAY 07: Ngorongoro Crater – Arusha

After early breakfast, you will descend down the crater which is almost 600m deep. The Crater was created when a large volcano exploded and collapsed in on itself two to three million years ago. It is famous for both its geological delights and for being a natural reserve which is home to some of the densest large mammal populations in the whole of the African continent. The drive down the into the Crater is an adventure in itself and when you reach the Crater floor, you quickly find yourself amongst large numbers of wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, and more than 500 bird species. The Crater provides you with the best chance of seeing the endangered black rhino, which can sometimes be spotted in the open grasslands.

  • Meals: Breakfast – Lunch and Dinner
  • Guide: Professional English-speaking guide.

Trip Inclusion & Exclusion:

Tour Includes:

  • Arusha accommodation before safari.
  • Transportation in 4×4 pop-up safari vehicle
  • Accommodations during safari
  • Professional, English speaking guide
  • Day to day safari itinerary brochure
  • Meals: Breakfast-Lunch & Dinner
  • Airport Transfer to and from
  • All national park fees
  • Mineral water

Tour Excludes:

  • International flight
  • Visa fees
  • Tips to Driver/Guide
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Personal spending monies for souvenirs etc.

Things To Pack:

1. Layered, versatile clothing

Wondering what to wear in Tanzania? While Tanzania is swelteringly hot for much of the year, it can also get very cold, plus you’ll need different types of clothes for different activities. Going on safari? You’ll need lightweight clothing in neutral colors. Want to trek Mount Kilimanjaro? You’ll need plenty of warm weather hiking gear. Want to relax on the beaches on Zanzibar? You’ll need swimwear, but you’ll also need to dress modestly outside the resorts, to respect the local culture.

4. Day bag

Whether you’re out on safari or cruising the islands of Zanzibar, you’ll need a daypack to carry everything you need including sunscreen, a water bottle and your camera. Bring a secure bag that’s lightweight and waterproof, and go for one with lots of pockets to keep your things safe and organized

7. Binocular

Want to make the most of your safari in Tanzania? Bring a pair of binoculars! They’re fantastic for spotting wildlife lurking in the tall grasses, or birds flitting in the trees, and they’re sure to take your wildlife viewing experience to the next level

2. Medical Kit

While most hotels, lodges and camps in Tanzania will have a first aid kit on hand, it’s always a good idea to bring your own essentials in a small medical kit. You should bring items like pain killers, antiseptic ointment and bandaids, hand sanitiser, electrolyte tablets or powders, strong insect repellent, eye drops and travel sickness tablets.

5. Sun protection

Whether you visit in the dry or wet season, you’ll always need sun protection in Tanzania. You don’t want a sunburn or sunstroke to put a downer on your trip, so bring a hat, polarized sunglasses and plenty of high SPF sunscreen

8. Money matters

When you travel to Tanzania with us, most of your expenses will already be covered including your accommodation, transport and some meals. However, there are a few things you’ll need cash for like souvenirs and extra activities. It’s best to come prepared with  a mix of credit or debit cards and cash on your Tanzania packing list.


3. Comfortable shoes

You’ll likely be doing a lot of walking in Tanzania, so you’ll need a comfortable pair of sneakers that you don’t mind getting dirty. If you plan to do any hiking or walking safaris, bring a sturdy pair of boots with good ankle support, and some thick socks. You’ll also need a pair of sandals or flip-flops for lounging by the pool or the beach.

6. Toiletries

Whether you visit in the dry or wet season, you’ll always need sun protection in Tanzania. You don’t want a sunburn or sunstroke to put a downer on your trip, so bring a hat, polarized sunglasses and plenty of high SPF sunscreen

9. Gadgets

Likely you prefer to keep it minimal, there are a few tech essentials you’ll need to add to your Tanzania packing list. You’ll likely want to take tons of pictures on this special trip, so bring either your smartphone with a camera or a separate SLR camera. Remember to bring extra memory cards so you never run out of space, extra chargers and waterproof cases to keep everything secure.

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