This safari combines the three wildlife sanctuaries that form the greatest wildlife ecosystem on the planet. It’s a unique journey that starts with a flight to Arusha with two days at the Ngorongoro Crater. Continue to the Serengeti National Park with three days staying at a luxury safari camp. We have selected two Serengeti camps in unique locations within the Serengeti, following the historical migratory path of the great herds of wildebeest and zebra through the year. Take a flight over the vast savannah plains and enter the Masai Mara for three more days of game viewing within the “Mara Triangle”, the best wildlife sector of the sanctuary. Call Wildlife Safari for updates on the great wildebeest migration as it changes year to year.
Arrive in Kilimanjaro airport, where a Wildlife Safari representative will meet you after you clear immigration & customs and transfer you to your small boutique hotel overlooking Arusha Coffee Lodge. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the property.
Transfer to the airport and board your flight from Arusha to Lake Manyara. You will be met on arrival and continue by 4WD vehicle with your guide to Ngorongoro Crater, arriving late afternoon at your farm house. Descend by 4WD to the crater floor early next morning, enjoy a picnic breakfast and spend the morning game viewing. The crater floor is home to numerous wildlife species including lion, rhino, elephant, leopard, cheetah and buffalo. Return to your farm house for a late lunch and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure at your luxury cottage.
Morning drive to Lake Manyara and board a flight to your safari camp in the Serengeti. A leisurely game drive will bring you to your luxury safari camp Serengeti Pioneer Camp; a smart tented camp with a touch of the early explorer about it. Built on a slope below a picturesque kopje, the camp setting retains a feeling of seclusion yet is well placed as a base for game drives across southern Serengeti's vast open plains. The camp offers you superb access to the annual Wildebeest Migration and the famous Big 5 that roam the endless plains, as well as stunning views of the Moru Kopjes and Lake Magadi. You have two days with your camp safari vehicle and guide for game viewing. Return each evening to a sumptuous dinner at your safari camp.
Breakfast followed by a transfer to the airstrip for your flight from Grumeti to Tarime area. The airline will pick you up with their vehicle and drive you to Migori airstrip for your connecting flight from Migori to Masai Mara. Your Kenyan Camp vehicle and guide will be waiting to take you on an extended game viewing drive in the Masai Mara, with a special picnic. Arrive late afternoon at Sand River Camp. The Camp takes its name from the river on which it sits on. Close to the border of the Serengeti National Park, and within the Masai Mara National Reserve, Sand River Masai Mara is surrounded by abundant game and lies on the northerly route of the spectacular Annual Migration. The camp comprises a large and comfortable traditionally styled central mess, leading out to a modest pool. You have two more days in the Masai Mara with game viewing arranged by your Camp guide. You may also take the optional dawn hot air balloon excursion over the Mara.
A final early morning game viewing drive. Transfer to the airstrip and fly back to Nairobi, where your Wildlife Safari guest manager will meet and escort you to Nairobi airport for your departing flight or extend your stay with an overnight in Nairobi, at additional cost.
Single room supplements available on request
Safari Dates & Rates (US$ per person)
Wings Over Wildlife is available daily.
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