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Activities
  • Wildlife Safari
Accommodation
  • 7 nights permanent safari camp
  • 3 nights safari lodge
  • 4 nights hotel
Meals
  • 14 Dinners
  • 13 Lunches
  • 14 Breakfasts

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Trip Code: DKT

Trip highlights


  • Spot the Big Five in the renowned Serengeti National Park
  • Experience a great variety of wildlife in the World Heritage listed Ngorongoro Crater
  • Immerse in the rich cultural heritage of Tanzania’s various tribal groups including the Masai
  • Explore Amboseli National Park, with views of Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Game-drive through the remarkable Masai Mara National Reserve
  • Discover Lake Manyara National Park, known for its large flocks of flamingos and elusive tree climbing lions
  • Visit the Karen Blixen Museum and the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi
  • View the large elephant population, baobab trees and incredible views in Tarangire National Park
  • Venture on an enjoyable excursion by boat on Lake Victoria

This remarkable journey is truly all encompassing, including the best safari and wildlife viewing in Kenya and Tanzania whilst returning at night to superb permanent tented camps and lodges. Including all the areas frequented by the migration on their annual route, you will have the best opportunity to witness one of the most spectacular wildlife sightings in the world. In Kenya, we enjoy fantastic game viewing in the renowned Masai Mara National Reserve and Amboseli National Park. In Tanzania, we visit Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks, and experience the cultural heritage of the various tribal groups who live nearby. We explore the Ngorongoro Crater, and also the world famous Serengeti National Park where we have a chance to view vast herds of grazing animals and the magnificent predators that follow them. With a wonderful variety of wildlife, culture and adventure, this is a truly unforgettable experience.


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Upon your arrival, you will be collected from the airport and transferred to your hotel for relaxation and overnight. There will be an arrival briefing tomorrow morning at 8.00am after breakfast. Accommodation: Boma Nairobi Hotel or similar

Meals:  D

After breakfast, there will be an arrival briefing at 8.00am. Then we will explore Nairobi with a visit to the Karen Blixen Museum. The museum is the beautiful and historic farmhouse where Karen Blixen, author of “Out of Africa”, lived between 1917 and 1931 until she left Kenya after a series of personal tragedies. Thereafter, we head to the Giraffe Centre and the Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage for a visit. The institution is named after the wife of the late famous Naturalist, David William Sheldrick who was the founder warden of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya from its inception in 1948 to 1976. At 11:00, the baby animals are brought from the national park for a mud-bath at the orphanage, where for an hour you can get close to them. Lunch will follow before driving down to Amboseli National Park, arriving in the afternoon. Accommodation: Kibo Safari Camp or similar Approx. distance: 240 km Approx. driving time: 4-5 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we will head into the Amboseli National Park for a full day of game viewing in one of Kenya’s most famous parks. Amboseli is known for its huge elephant bulls with their magnificent tusks, which make for the ultimate safari picture with the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. Accommodation: Kibo Safari Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning after a leisurely breakfast, we make our way to the border and then onwards to Arusha. En route, we pass the Marangu waterfalls – which is a moderately strenuous walk (we do recommend sturdy shoes and a degree of walking fitness). We continue to Arusha via Moshi town – the gateway to the Kilimanjaro National Park. Kindly be advised there will be a change of Guide and Vehicle at the border crossing into Tanzania. Accommodation: African Tulip Lodge or similar Approx. distance: 210 km Approx. driving time: 4-5 hours (border crossing dependent)

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, we will depart for Tarangire National Park for a full day’s game drive. The breath-taking views of the Masai Steppe, and the mountains to the south, make a stop at Tarangire a truly memorable experience. Tarangire is as well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the centre of an annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephant, 25,000 wildebeest and 30,000 zebra. Accommodation: Tarangire Simba Lodge or similar Approx. distance: 150 km Approx. driving time: 4 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, you will be collected from the hotel and set off towards Lake Manyara National Park. The spectacular reserve is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a hallow soda lake, which lies at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. We enjoy a scenic drive in the park known not only for its large flocks of flamingos, but also for the elusive tree climbing lions. Accommodation: Karatu Simba Lodge or similar Approx. distance: 130 km Approx. driving time: 2-3 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, we set out to experience the cultural diversity of Mto-wa-Mbu, starting at the market and visiting a Chagga family producing banana beer and passing by many different farms. On the way, your guide will introduce you to the various fruits and vegetables growing in the area and explain the irrigation system that sustains local crops. After having a delicious, home-cooked meal in a local Mama’s home, we enjoy a visit to the Masai Boma for the cultural encounter of a life time. The Masai people are semi-nomadic herders, who choose to live a traditional lifestyle and are known for their distinctive traditional attire. In the late afternoon we embark on a walking tour to Lake Papyrus (approx 5 km). Here clients can view this magnificent lake filled with abundant birdlife and hippos. If time allows we can do some light trekking up to the waterfall. From here you will view the lake on top of the Rift valley wall; then onto the banana plantation and rice field, ending off the tour with a local village visit. On completion we return to the lodge for dinner & overnight. Accommodation: Karatu Simba Lodge or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we have an early departure for a game drive in the world renowned Ngorongoro Crater. For many, this wildlife spectacle is the pinnacle of their safari experience. At nearly 2300m, the highlands around Ngorongoro Crater has brisk mornings and low cloud sometimes covers the area. Please bring some warm clothing as it can be cold here. The Crater is one of the last refuges for the endangered black rhino in northern Tanzania; the rhino population here is carefully protected and they are quite commonly seen. With over 30,000 animals, the Ngorongoro Crater can be regarded as a “Garden of Eden”. The 100 sq km caldera also has the highest density of lions anywhere in Africa and forms a natural enclosure for all its inhabitants. The Ngorongoro Crater boasts all of the ‘Big 5’, including a small population of endangered black rhino. After a picnic lunch, we head towards the Serengeti through the stunning Southern Plains sector of the park. This is the area that the Serengeti is best known for – the endless, undulating grass savannah with rocky outcrops that serve as isolated wildlife refuges. Accommodation: Kisura Kenzan Tented Camp or similar Approx. distance: 300 km (including the Crater) Approx. driving time: 5-6 hours (mostly at game drive speeds)

Meals:  B,L,D

Today you will be spending a full day game driving around the Seronera area of the Serengeti. The Serengeti is divided into three main areas: Seronera is the most central and accessible region and this is where the Park HQ is based, as well as most of the larger lodges and communal campsites. This part of the Serengeti is characterised by open plains of grassland, packed with animals. The Seronera River is the lifeblood of the Serengeti and this area is renowned for great game viewing all year round. It is also particularly good for lion and cheetah sightings, as well as the most elusive of all big cats, the leopard. The Serengeti National Park is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage area for its wildlife and natural beauty. Accommodation: Kisura Kenzan Tented Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

We have another exciting day of exploring the Serengeti National Park ahead of us. Famed for its annual migration, the Serengeti offers amazing game viewing at any time of the year: herds of buffalo, groups of elephant and giraffe, zebra, eland, topi, kongoni, impala and gazelle, among other wildlife. With lunch boxes provided we continue with game drives throughout the day, scanning the endless plains, spotting many animals and truly realizing just why this national park is so famous. In the late afternoon we drive back to the lodge for overnight. Accommodation: Kisura Kenzan Tented Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast we make our way to Lake Victoria. We pass through the villages of the Sukuma tribe, who grow ground nuts, sorghum and cassava as well as keeping livestock. Life carries on here simply as it has done for ages, but with a few poignant reminders of the 20th century. Some leisure time in the afternoon, or to possibly take a bird walk along the lake shore. Accommodation: Serenity on the Lake or similar Approx. distance: 250 km Approx. driving time: 4-5 hours (including game drive speeds)

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning you have the opportunity to take part in a boat excursion to one of the local fishing villages, before we bid Lake Victoria farewell and continue our journey northwards across the border into Kenya. Here we head to the Masai Mara, the traditional land of the Masai people, who are permitted to graze their cattle in this area. The Masai Mara covers an area that includes the riverine forests along the banks of the Mara and Talek Rivers, acacia forests and the open plains of the savannah. Kindly be advised there will be a change of Guide and Vehicle at the border crossing into Kenya. Accommodation: Mara Eden Safari Camp or similar Approx. distance: 270 km Approx. driving time: 6-8 hours (border crossing dependent)

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we spend the whole day game viewing in the world famous Masai Mara National Park. Here the various habitats are home to a great variety of game including lion, leopard, cheetah, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), giraffe, buffalo, jackal, topi, gazelle, impala and elephant. Hippopotamus and crocodile are also plentiful in the rivers and the bird life is very abundant. Accommodation: Mara Eden Safari Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast we head off towards Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. We have the afternoon at leisure or to explore the city. Time allowing, we visit the Kazuri Beads Centre and workshop for those interested in shopping. Kazuri means "small and beautiful" in Swahili and it describes each striking ceramic bead which is shaped by hand by the women employed at the Kazuri workshop. Nairobi is a cosmopolitan, lively and interesting city. Its central business district is nicely compact and it is therefore a great place to tune into modern urban African life. Later in the afternoon, we head to the hotel for dinner and overnight. Accommodation: Boma Nairobi Hotel or similar Approx. distance: 280 km Approx. driving time: 5-6 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your outbound flight. NOTE - This trip also runs in the reverse direction on different dates.

Meals:  B

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Upon your arrival, you will be collected from the airport and transferred to your hotel for relaxation and overnight. There will be an arrival briefing tomorrow morning at 8.00am after breakfast. Accommodation: Boma Nairobi Hotel or similar

Meals:  D

After breakfast, there will be an arrival briefing at 8.00am. Time allowing, we visit the Kazuri Beads Centre and workshop for those interested in shopping. Kazuri means "small and beautiful" in Swahili and it describes each striking ceramic bead which is shaped by hand by the women employed at the Kazuri workshop. Afterwards we head to the Masai Mara, the traditional land of the Masai people, who are permitted to graze their cattle in this area. The Masai Mara covers an area that includes the riverine forests along the banks of the Mara and Talek Rivers, acacia forests and the open plains of the savannah. Accommodation: Mara Eden Safari Camp or similar Approx. distance: 280 km Approx. driving time: 5-6 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we spend the whole day game viewing in the world famous Masai Mara National Park. Here the various habitats are home to a great variety of game including lion, leopard, cheetah, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), giraffe, buffalo, jackal, topi, gazelle, impala and elephant. Hippopotamus and crocodile are also plentiful in the rivers and the bird life is very abundant. Accommodation: Mara Eden Safari Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we continue our journey southwards across the border into Tanzania and on to Lake Victoria. Some leisure time in the afternoon, or to possibly take a bird walk along the lake shore. Kindly be advised there will be a change of Guide and Vehicle at the border crossing into Tanzania. Accommodation: Serenity on the Lake or similar Approx. distance: 270 km Approx. driving time: 6-8 hours (border crossing dependent)

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning you have the opportunity to take part in a boat excursion to one of the local fishing villages, before we bid Lake Victoria farewell and continue our journey Southwards to Serengeti National Park. We pass through the villages of the Sukuma tribe, who grow ground nuts, sorghum and cassava as well as keeping livestock. Life carries on here simply as it has done for ages, but with a few poignant reminders of the 20th century. We head towards the Serengeti through the stunning central Plains. This is the area that the Serengeti is best known for – the endless, undulating grass savannah with rocky outcrops that serve as isolated wildlife refuges. Accommodation: Kisura Kenzan Tented Camp or similar Approx. distance: 250 km Approx. driving time: 4-5 hours (including game drive speeds)

Meals:  B,L,D

Today you will be spending a full day game driving around the Seronera area of the Serengeti. The Serengeti is divided into three main areas: Seronera is the most central and accessible region and this is where the Park HQ is based, as well as most of the larger lodges and communal campsites. This part of the Serengeti is characterised by open plains of grassland, packed with animals. The Seronera River is the lifeblood of the Serengeti and this area is renowned for great game viewing all year round. It is also particularly good for lion and cheetah sightings, as well as the most elusive of all big cats, the leopard. The Serengeti National Park is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage area for its wildlife and natural beauty. Accommodation: Kisura Kenzan Tented Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

We have another exciting day of exploring the Serengeti National Park ahead of us. Famed for its annual migration, the Serengeti offers amazing game viewing at any time of the year: herds of buffalo, groups of elephant and giraffe, zebra, eland, topi, kongoni, impala and gazelle, among other wildlife. With lunch boxes provided we continue with game drives throughout the day, scanning the endless plains, spotting many animals and truly realizing just why this national park is so famous. In the late afternoon we drive back to the lodge for overnight. Accommodation: Kisura Kenzan Tented Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we have an early departure through stunning Southern Plains of the Serengeti. We continue for a game drive in the world renowned Ngorongoro Crater. For many, this wildlife spectacle is the pinnacle of their safari experience. The Ngorongoro Crater boasts all of the ‘Big 5’, including a small population of endangered black rhino. At nearly 2300m, the highlands around Ngorongoro Crater has brisk mornings and low cloud sometimes covers the area. Please bring some warm clothing as it can be cold here. The Crater is one of the last refuges for the endangered black rhino in northern Tanzania; the rhino population here is carefully protected and they are quite commonly seen. With over 30,000 animals, the Ngorongoro Crater can be regarded as a “Garden of Eden”. The 100 sq km caldera also has the highest density of lions anywhere in Africa and forms a natural enclosure for all its inhabitants. In the late afternoon we arrive in the small village of Karatu for overnight. Accommodation: Karatu Simba Lodge or similar Approx. distance: 400 km (including the Crater) Approx. driving time: 6-7 hours (mostly at game drive speeds)

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, we set out to experience the cultural diversity of Mto-wa-Mbu, starting at the market and visiting a Chagga family producing banana beer and passing by many different farms. On the way, your guide will introduce you to the various fruits and vegetables growing in the area and explain the irrigation system that sustains local crops. After having a delicious, home-cooked meal in a local Mama’s home, we enjoy a visit to the Masai Boma for the cultural encounter of a life time. The Masai people are semi-nomadic herders, who choose to live a traditional lifestyle and are known for their distinctive traditional attire. In the late afternoon we embark on a walking tour to Lake Papyrus (approx 5 km). Here clients can view this magnificent lake filled with abundant birdlife and hippos. If time allows we can do some light trekking up to the waterfall. From here you will view the lake on top of the Rift valley wall; then onto the banana plantation and rice field, ending off the tour with a local village visit. On completion we return to the lodge for dinner & overnight. Accommodation: Karatu Simba Lodge or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, you will be collected from the hotel and set off towards Lake Manyara National Park. The spectacular reserve is located at the north-western corner of Lake Manyara, a hallow soda lake, which lies at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment. We enjoy a scenic drive in the park known not only for its large flocks of flamingos, but also for the elusive tree climbing lions. Accommodation: Tarangire Simba Lodge or similar Approx. distance: 130 km Approx. driving time: 2-3 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, you will be collected from the hotel and set off towards Tarangire National Park for a half day’s game drive. The breath-taking views of the Masai Steppe, and the mountains to the south, make a stop at Tarangire a truly memorable experience. Tarangire is as well known for its huge elephant population and baobab trees. It forms the centre of an annual migratory cycle that includes up to 3000 elephant, 25,000 wildebeest and 30,000 zebra. In the late afternoon we arrive in the town of Arusha – the gateway to the Kilimanjaro National Park. Accommodation: African Tulip or similar Approx. distance: 150 km Approx. driving time: 4 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning after a leisurely breakfast, we make our way to the border and then onwards to Amboseli. En route, we pass the Marangu waterfalls – which is a moderately strenuous walk (we do recommend sturdy shoes and a degree of walking fitness). We continue north to Amboseli National Reserve, arriving in the afternoon. Kindly be advised there will be a change of Guide and Vehicle at the border crossing into Kenya. Accommodation: Kibo Safari Camp or similar Approx. distance: 210 km Approx. driving time: 4-5 hours (border crossing dependent)

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we will head into the Amboseli National Park for a full day of game viewing in one of Kenya’s most famous parks. Amboseli is known for its huge elephant bulls with their magnificent tusks, which make for the ultimate safari picture with the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. Accommodation: Kibo Safari Camp or similar

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, we continue back to Nairobi. After lunch we visit the Karen Blixen Museum. The museum is the beautiful and historic farmhouse where Karen Blixen, author of “Out of Africa”, lived between 1917 and 1931 until she left Kenya after a series of personal tragedies. Thereafter, we head to the Giraffe Centre and the Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage for a visit. The institution is named after the wife of the late famous Naturalist, David William Sheldrick who was the founder warden of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya from its inception in 1948 to 1976. The baby animals are brought from the national park for a mud-bath at the orphanage, where for an hour you will be around them. In the late afternoon arrive at your hotel. Accommodation: Boma Nairobi Hotel or similar Approx. distance: 240 km Approx. driving time: 4-5 hours

Meals:  B,L,D

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your outbound flight. NOTE - This trip also runs in the reverse direction on different dates.

Meals:  B


Map

Elevation

The map and elevation chart are for illustrative purposes only and meant to provide general guidelines.


Inclusions

  • 14 breakfasts, 13 lunches and 14 dinners
  • Airport transfers (days 1 and 15 only)
  • 7 nights in 3 star permanent safari camps on a twinshare basis
  • 3 nights in 3 star safari lodges on a twinshare basis
  • 4 nights in 3 star hotels on a twinshare basis
  • English speaking local driver-guides
  • Game drives and excursions as listed in itinerary
  • National park and conservation fees valued at US$975
  • Private safari transport

  • International flights and airport taxes
  • Arrival and departure transfers if not arriving/departing on days 1 and 15
  • Travel insurance
  • Visas
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Bottled water, aerated and alcoholic drinks
  • Expenditure of a personal nature such as telephone calls, laundry and souvenirs
  • Tips
  • Optional activities and sightseeing

About Your Leader

You will be in the expert care of our local representatives in Kenya and Tanzania. There is no overall tour leader on this trip; rather a combination of local guides who are specialists in their field in their country.


Departure dates


Notes

IT1
Departs Nairobi
IT2
Departs Nairobi - reverse direction
NB:
All departures begin in Nairobi, Kenya and run in clockwise and reverse (anti-clockwise) directions

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