Wild Excursions & Safaris

This Serengeti Migration Safari tour package is perfect for;

The Serengeti Migration Safari tour package offers an extraordinary opportunity to witness one of nature’s most spectacular events – the Great Migration. This tour takes you into the heart of Serengeti National Park, where millions of wildebeests, zebras, and other wildlife species traverse the plains in search of fresh grazing areas. Experience the raw beauty of the African savanna and the thrilling sight of massive herds crossing rivers, facing predators, and continuing their timeless journey.

The best time to witness the Serengeti Migration is typically from late June to August when the herds gather in the northern Serengeti and cross the Mara River, continuing into September and October. This period offers a higher chance to witness the dramatic river crossings, a highlight of the migration. However, the exact timing can vary due to weather patterns, so planning with us would help you attain your dream  as our knowledgeable guide would maximize your chances of catching this awe-inspiring natural spectacle.

Where is the Serengeti Migration?

The Serengeti Migration  is located in Serengeti National Park – East Africa, primarily in northern Tanzania, spanning approximately 30,000 square kilometers. It’s renowned for its vast plains, diverse wildlife, and where the annual Great Migration of Wildebeest, Zebras,Thomson’s gazelle, and best-known population of great predators, lions, spotted hyenas, leopards follow in hopes of getting a snack.

The Serengeti plains harbours the largest remaining unaffected animal migration in the world which involves over 1,000 km long annual circular trek spanning the two adjacent countries of Kenya and Tanzania in East Africa through the Mara river. This remarkable phenomenon takes place in a unique scenic setting of ‘endless plains’: 30,000km2 of treeless expanses of spectacularly flat short grasslands dotted with rocky outcrops (kopjes) scattered with rivers and woodlands. The Park also hosts one of the largest and most distinctive large predator-prey interactions worldwide, providing a particularly impressive aesthetic experience.

The Fascinating Serengeti Migration Safari.

Serengeti Migration Safari offers the best highlights of Tanzania’s Northern Circuit. Your safari exploration begins in the woodland savanna of Tarangire where the wildlife density is exceptionally high especially during the dry season. Then Make your way through Lake Manyara and be stunned by the breathtaking landscapes of Ngorongoro Crater, one of the natural wonders of the world after an amazing experience in Serengeti National Park.

Day 1 to 2: Tarangire National Park

In the morning you will be collected in Arusha and travel overland to Tarangire National Park, a savanna woodlands dotted with monumental ancient baobabs alongside the most magnificent herds of African elephants found in Northern Tanzania. Tarangire River provides water all the year round, making Tarangire NP a critical refuge during dry season for migratory ungulates, resulting in sheer densities of wildlife.

At its peak, the density of mammals in Tarangire NP is higher than anywhere else in Tanzania, or almost anywhere on the whole continent of Africa.

You can expect to see big herds of elephants and mighty predators such as lions. Other common mammals of Tarangire are aardvark, ground pangolin, crested porcupine, African hedgehog, olive baboon and vervet monkey. Some rarities include the beisa oryx, generuk and lesser kudu are present.

Day 3: Lake Manyara National Park

After breakfast, make your way towards Lake Manyara National Park, stopping on-route at Mto wa Mbu, a culturally vibrant town for a market visit. Afterwards, take a leisurely stroll through Gibb’s Farm gardens and coffee farm, enjoy the view of surrounding serene highlands and savor a hot lunch served at Gibb’s Farm where nearly every ingredient is fresh from their organic farm.

After, travel to the nearby Lake Manyara National Park, a lush green ecosystem composed of grassy floodplain, rocky ridge and acacia forest. Manyara guarantees a diverse bird life with over 500 bird species have been recorded, in particular with regard to the extraordinary flocks of lesser flamingos, storks, herons and pelicans inhabiting the lake area. Afterwards, travel to Ngorongoro in preparation for your descent the following morning.

Day 4: Ngorongoro Crater

Wake up early and be one of the first vehicle descending into one of the natural wonders of the world, Ngorongoro Crater. While only a minor remnant of a once mighty mountain, it is still the largest unbroken caldera in the world with a diameter of 16 – 19 km.

Almost all species essential to East Africa are present except for the impala, topi and giraffes. Its highlights include one of Tanzania’s most sustainable populations of the critically endangered black or browse rhino. The Ngorongoro Crater has one of the highest density of predators in Africa such as lions, spotted hyena and leopards. By-midafternoon, travel to Central Serengeti, where your next adventure awaits.

Day 5 to 6: Central Serengeti national park 

Serengeti is the only remaining natural grazing ecosystem to be found in the world. With a network of river valleys supplying a stable source of water, the Seronera Valley home to the world’s largest and diverse wildlife population of predators in the world. Excellent encounters are available year round regardless of the season or the location of the great migration.

There is simply no better place to observe large carnivores (lion, hyena, cheetah and leopard) in action in the wild along with a diversity of smaller predators (three species of jackals; blacked-back jackal, golden jackal and the more secretive side-striped jackal, bat-eared fox, serval and sandy-coloured caracal.

Day 6 to 9: Northern Serengeti national park

Travel to Northern Serengeti by the Mara River where the grass is nutrient-rich and capable of offering the migratory herds a proper supply of food and water. This is the time and place to witness the famous Mara River crossings. See giant Nile crocodiles basking in the sun, waiting patiently in the water for the big migration to enter the area.

You will have opportunities to catch thrilling game action or perhaps even witness a river crossing, as the wildebeests and zebras endeavor one of the most difficult part of their migration journey and cross over to Masai Mara.

Day 10: Serengeti national park and back home

This is your last morning in the Serengeti. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast or perhaps head out early for a short early morning game drive before traveling to Kogatende Airstrip to catch your scheduled flight back to Arusha. Upon pick-up, make an optional stop a local shop with an abundance of wood carvings, artefacts, paintings and crafts.

Afterwards, rest at a day room and enjoy a farewell lunch in Arusha before leaving for your departure at Kilimanjaro Airport.

Price Inclusive:

Airport transfers to and from Kilimanjaro airport,
All local flight from Arusha to Ndutu ( upon clients request )
Accommodations and meals as per itinerary
All national park entry fees
Exclusive service of a professional driver and guide
Food, drinking water
All game drives with four-wheel drive Toyota land cruisers open sides guarantee each person to have a window

Price exclusive:

International airfare,
Serengeti balloon Safari
All items of person nature
Travel insurance
Visa and visa fees
Airport departure taxes
Laundry will be an extra fee
Tips for your professional tour driver guide

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