Kenya & Tanzania Deluxe Safari

International Packages Kenya & Tanzania Deluxe Safari

Kenya & Tanzania Deluxe Safari

Main Info

Meal Plan:

Breakfast, Lunch

Hotels :

  • 1 night At Swiss Lenana 3 nights at Base camp
  • 3 nights at Katikati camp
  • 2 nights at Ngorongoro farm house
Kenya & Tanzania

Packages Inclusions

  • Full board accommodation during the safari.
  • Pick up from the airstrip in Serengeti on arrival in Tanzania and drop off at Kilimanjaro airport after the safari for your outbound.
  • Transport in a 4×4 Land Cruiser with a pop-up roof for maximum views in Tanzania and Kenya.
  • It’s a private safari.
  • Crater fees at Ngorongoro.
  • All conservation fees.
  • All park Fees.
  • Unlimited game drives.
  • Services of an English speaking driver guide.
  • Bottled drinking water during your safari.
  • All government taxes.

Packages Exclusions

  • International flights and Visa fees.
  • A night in Nairobi if the flight arrives in the evening.
  • Souvenirs
  • Gratuities
  • Personal effects.
  • Anything else not mentioned above.

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Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

  • Day 1: Nairobi
    On arrival at Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be transferred to hotel. Dinner arrangement at Indian Restaurant Overnight stay at Nairobi.
  • Day 2 : Nairobi – Masai Mara
    This morning we drive through the dramatic Great Rift Valley to the Masai Mara National Reserve. This enormous reserve is actually part of the vast Serengeti plains famously known for its spectacular great wildebeest’s migration and is home of the Big Five: Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhino. Lunch at Ashnil tented camp and relax before departing for the afternoon game run. The Mara Game Reserve one of the greatest wildernesses of the world large mammals is varied, and easy to see. Residents among the Parks are: Masai Giraffe, Buffalo, Eland and thousands of plain game including Impala, Zebra, Topi, both Thomson’s and Grants Gazelles. Overnight at Base camp. Evening game drive –3.30 6.00 p.m. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Day 3 & 4: Masai Mara
    After Breakfast depart for a full day game drive in the vast eco-system of the Mara searching for the big five and much more. The annual wildebeest migration is expected in the Masai Mara between July and early November. Millions of animals migrate to the Mara from Serengeti in search for fresh green pastures and water. It’s worth noting that every game drive is different from the other, and missing one is missing out on the fun. Overnight at Base camp. Full day game drive: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Many wildebeest move north-west and cross into the Masai Mara, having to negotiate the Mara River from July onwards. The Mara River crossing is extraordinary
  • Day 5: Masai Mara-Serengeti
    This morning after breakfast you will Transfer to Serengeti National Park, Serengeti which was established in 1951, and covering an area of almost 15,000 sq. km, Serengeti is one of the most spectacular game parks in East Africa From its short and long grass plains in the south, which give way to Acacia Savannah in the central area, to the hilly more densely wooded areas of the north, and the extensive woodland in the western corridor, Serengeti offers great variations both geographically as well as with the millions of animals, birds and plants that go to make up this complex ecosystem. The name comes from the Masai siringet, “endless plains”. 1.5 million wildebeest (gnu), 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle, 250,000 zebras leave the Serengeti in Tanzania in May, lured to the northern Maasai Mara in Kenya by rainfall and the promise of sprouting, nutrient-rich grasses. Predators such as lion, hyena and cheetah follow hot on their heels. From January onwards, massive herds of wildebeest gather on the plains of the Serengeti. This 22 000 square kilometer ecosystem of grass- and wood-land is home to a staggering two million herbivores. Here the wildebeest drop their calves (numbers estimated at 400 000). Predators like spotted hyena, lion, cheetah, leopard and jackals flourish, feeding on the excessive glut of wildebeest veal. Once the long rains cease in May, the plains dry up quickly and become dry, harsh, and inhospitable. The calves are now strong enough to begin their first journey, and it is then that the long march north begins. From the Simba and Moru Kopjes (hills) in the north-west, the wooded grassland plains of the Serengeti separate into two corridors: to the west lie the Mbalageti and Grumeti Rivers and Lake Victoria, while the other corridor extends north through woodland and over hills towards the Masai Mara. The rutting season in June is a noisy, dusty affair – with male wildebeest vociferously showing off their genetic superiority. Soon, most of the ‘ladies’ are pregnant. The herds then move on to Lake Victoria – the second-largest lake in the world, which has its own micro-climate and produces sufficient rainfall and pasture along its shores. vultures and Marabou storks line the banks in anticipation as the wildebeest plunge into the river, negotiating both the strong current and crocodiles in their inexhaustible drive for fodder. The wildebeest remain in the Masai Mara for two to three months, sustained by the short rains and pasture. They head south between October and December, and move along the eastern section of the Serengeti in time to give birth during the life giving long rains of the South. Overnight at Katikati camp Game drive En-route Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Day 6&7: Serengeti
    These 2 days you spend the whole day on game drive in this National Park, which is rich with all different species of animals. To maximize game viewing you will carry a picnic lunch with you and spend full day in the Serengeti National Park. The second day you can opt for 2 game drives (morning and an evening game drive) Overnight at Katikati camp Full day Game drive 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Day 8: Serengeti - Ngorongoro
    Breakfast followed by game drive in Serengeti area before driving to Ngorongoro conservation area arriving in the evening at your Sopa Lodge located at the crater rim. Overnight at Ngorongoro farm house Morning game drive –7am-9am Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Day 9: Ngorongoro Conservation Area
    After breakfast descend into the crater floor with a picnic lunch for a full day game viewing. The crater supports up to 25,000 large mammals. Grazers dominate: zebra, wildebeest – accounting for almost half the animals – gazelle, buffalo, eland, hartebeest and wart hog. Giraffe, for example, stay away because there is insufficient food at tree level; Topi because they compete directly with wildebeest. An odd feature of the crater elephants is that they are almost exclusively bulls. Breeding herds – comprising large numbers of females and young with a few attendant older males – are probably unable to find sufficient quality food in the crater. Ngorongoro has carnivores in quantity, drawn by the large herds of prey animals. It has the densest population of large predators, mainly lion – about 100 – and more than 400 spotted hyenas, living in eight clans of up to eighty individuals. Both lions and hyenas will scavenge from each other, depending on weight of numbers and of course, hunger. In the early evening drive back to your lodge. Nestled onto the rim of the Crater, all in stone and wood construction and overgrown with natural vegetation, the 75 rooms of the lodge become almost unseen among the natural surroundings. They are breathtaking views of the crater from all the rooms. Overnight at Ngorongoro farm house Full Day game drive – 7am-4pm Meal Plan: Breakfast, Box Lunch & Dinner
  • Day 10: Ngorongoro Conservation Area –Arusha or Nairobi
    After Breakfast you will depart Crater and drive to Arusha for early Lunch and then proceed to Nairobi airport shuttle service

Book Package

Car at disposal till 8 pm in Srinagar | Complimentary snack box on arrival