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More than 2 million wildebeests, gazelles and zebras migrate from Serengeti (Tanzania) ecosystem to Maasai Mara National reserve in Kenya. The reason behind this migration is because wildebeests tend to move from dry area to greener and fertile lands searching of pasture. The great migration happens in Ndutu area (southern part of Serengeti) where the wildebeests battle the angry predatorsthatcall the river home.

The most desirable time to see the great wildebeest migration in Serengeti is in July to October. In December to March, one can also experience the great migration across the Ndutu area which is considered to be within Ngorongoro Conservation area. In February, it is certain to see a large herd of wildebeests moving together because it is the calving season of the year.


Day 1Arrival in Tanzania

After arriving at the Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) you will meet and greet our representative who will warmly welcome you. They will transfer you to a hotel of your choice (we can advise on this) for relaxation after your long flight. Welcome to Tanzania.

Accomodation – Mount Meru Hotel 

Meals – Half Board Basis

Day 2Tarangire National Park

After early breakfast, you will be accompanied by our driver/tour guide to Tarangire National Park for a full day game drive. Tarangire wildlife ecosystem is a favourite for predator animals – and the one place in Tanzania where dry-country antelope is regularly observed.

You will also see more than 300 herds of elephants scratch the dry river bed for underground streams, while migratory wildebeest, zebras, buffalos, impalas, gazelles, hartebeests and elands crowd the shrinking lagoons.In the evening your guide will drive you to Tarangire lodge for dinner and overnight at selected lodge.

Meals – Full Board Basis

NB: – Dress Warm, morning are usually very cold

Day 3 Serengeti National Park

You have breakfast and then drive to Serengeti National Park. It takes about 6 hours drive through Ngorongoro crater highlands forest before descending the western semi-arid zone of Olduvai Gorge (the cradle for humanity). You will stop at Museum where Dr. Leakey discovered the first humans remaining (dating back to 3.6 million years ago). After the brief tour at the Museum, you will have lunch and drive to Serengeti. The route has shifting sands composed of volcanic ash from OldonyoLengai.

It is 9 meters high and 100 meters long in its curve. Hereafter, you will see wide range of wildlife of the game en-route to Ndutu. Then you will arrive at the Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 4Full day game viewing in Serengeti/Ndutu

Your tour guide will take you on a full day game drive, leaving your camp after breakfast in the morning with a lunch box. Serengeti is known of it diversity of animals and the great wildebeest migration. You are guaranteed to see many wildebeests, zebras, elephants etc. in addition, in no-migration period, one can still enjoy the plentiful number of residence game around central Serengeti woodlands and the Short Grass Plains that provides ample cover and nutritional food for the wildebeests. After the game drive, your guide will drive you back to your Lodge for dinner.

Meals – Full Board Basis

Day 5Ngorongoro Crater

You will start very early in the morning and your tour guide will drive down to the crater for a whole day game adventure. On your way to the crater, you will see Lake Maseki. The crater is estimated to have more than 25 000 mammals; including large herds of resident wildebeest, 16 highly endangered black rhinos and around 70 lions. Nomadic cheetah moves in and out of the area and leopards are most often encountered in the Lerai Forest.

Both golden and black-backed jackals are abundant, while the normally shy and nocturnal Serval wild cat is frequently spotted during daylight hours. You will also see many buffalos, zebras and Thomson’s gazelles. In addition, there is large numbers of spotted hyenas in the Crater. Later in the evening, you will dine and sleep at Plantation Lodge just outside the Park.

Accomodation – Plantation Lodge

Meals – Full Board Basis


  • All meals and accommodations during the entire safari
  • A very high quality safari land cruiser with pop up roof
  • A highly experienced safari guide
  • Unlimited mineral water during the entire safari
  • All park fees for all the national parks
  • Airport transfers
  • All transfers in the mainland as indicated on above itinerary
  • Binoculars


  • Soft drinks, beer, wine and spirits (as well as gifts like local crafts etc)
  • International flights tickets (airline) + Airport transfer.
  • Tips for staff such as guides and the cook staff
  • Fees for passport, visas, immunizations and insurance
  • Laundry, phone and other items of a personal nature
  • Visit and supports for the orphans center – these can be arranged and paid for direct to the center
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