Kenya And Tanzania Serengeti Survey Safari

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Experience the thrill of game drives with only the savannah between you and the storied big game

Details

Duration: 13 Days
Starts in: Kenya
Group Size: 12

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Arrive from your home city on independent flights in Nairobi.

Fly to the Masai Mara Reserve, a rich savannah famous for its concentration of plains game and predators

A full day of game drives in the famed Masai Mara Reserve

Enjoy one last game drive (time permitting) in the Mara before flying to Nairobi

Amboseli is one of the largest of Kenya’s parks

Cross into Tanzania at Namanga and continue to Tarangire

Sunrise sweeps across the savannah on our morning Tanzanian safari

After breakfast, set out across the Great Rift Valley toward Lake Manyara National Park

We’ll descend 2,000 feet into the crater for thrilling game drives among Africa’s "Big Five" (lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard)

Head for the Serengeti, en route visiting Olduvai Gorge,where evidence of early man

Game drives through the acacia savannahs and grasslands of the Serengeti

After the final game drive (time permitting) of your safari in Kenya and Tanzania, travel to the airstrip and fly to Arusha

Additional Information

Nestled alongside rivers, tucked at the base of a towering peak or the surrounding permanent watering holes, East Africa’s parks and reserves protect an astounding variety of wildlife and centuries of tribal customs. In these sanctuaries, you can experience the thrill of game drives with only the savannah between you and the storied big game, or stroll the grounds of a village, listening as tribal lore becomes part of your tale of Africa. The gallop of giraffes toward an acacia tree; thousands of zebras dashing wildly across the Mara River; or a cheetah stalking its prey before the heat of the day — thousands of scenes capture the daily drama of life in Africa. Perhaps you’ll discover your “safari moment” watching the sun spill across the savannah on an early-morning game drive or chatting around a campfire with personal local guides. Spend nights under canvas at our deluxe Serengeti tented camp, featuring large, cabin-style walk-in tents — each serviced by a personal butler. In authentic safari style, your small group will enjoy great service and an old-fashioned safari atmosphere. And our staff will situate the camp where the wildlife is most abundant during your Kenya and Tanzania safari. Every meal is a "bush meal" beneath the boundless African sky!

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