Starts at Kilimanjaro Airport
Ends in Zanzibar Airport
This is the only Safari combines both game drive and cultural experiences of Northern Tanzania following the land of Maasai, Lake Natorn, the big migration at the Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater also anthropologic visits to Sonjo and the Hadzabe and Datuga tribes .
Starts at Arusha town centre at 14:00 Hrs
Ends in Arusha town centre at 12:00 Hrs
DEPARTS : SUNDAY / TUESDAY
This is the best time to visit , Serengeti,Ngorongoro,Tarangire, its green season , lots of animals, few populations of tourists, low price of accommodations because of low season,
Starts at Kilimanjaro Airport
Ends in Arusha town centre
Starts at Arusha town centre at 1400 hours
Ends in Arusha town centre arriving by 1230 hours
Calving usually takes place between January and February of each year. In January the herds begin making their way to the south of the Serengeti after the rains start falling.
Check out this amazing opportunity to see tens of thousands of wildebeests calves being born at the same time. See the struggle of protecting mothers and hunting predators as the harmony of the circle of life unfolds on the plains of Tanzania
The highlight of this safari w
Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara are spectacular and understandably popular destinations and we visit these National Parks. But this trip includes cultural visit where you can find out about the way of life of the Maasai who live on the Ngorongoro highland. Many tourists pass through these areas leaving only a cloud of dust, but with the unique Africa VIP Travel connections we will enjoy some of the local culture. Our goal is to enrich your experience of this part of Africa and ensure more of the benefits of tourism reach the locals directly.
In this safari you get to experience the highlights of Uganda and Tanzania. Combining mountain gorilla & chimps trekking, boat-cruise safari and a village walk in Uganda with game-drives in Serengeti and Ngorongotro crater as well as meeting the Masai in Tanzania. It is an action packed safari giving you a great taste of what East Africa has to offer.
Migration wildlife safaris, tours, holidays and travel packages, have been designed specifically to focus on and to increase your chance to see the great Serengeti wildebeest migration. We have designed the itinerary to include both the Seronera area (central Serengeti National Park) and Western corridor (western Serengeti National Park) where the majority of the wildebeest migration can normally be found from May to June. To save on unnecessary trave
The Rongai Route is the only route to ascend up the North side of the mountain, originating close to the
Kenyan border. It is one of the less frequently used routes, mostly attributed to the long drive required to
reach the gate on day one. This has its advantages though, as it is less crowded and therefore a quieter
way to ascend the mountain. It is also the only route to afford you such a close view of Mawenzi Peak,
Kilimanjaro’s second highest peak, as you sleep under it on night three.
This route meets up with the Marangu route upon descent, allowing climbers a different view of the
mountain on the way down. Although Rongai climbers do not experience the rainforest on day one, they
are given the chance on the final day of the trek before reaching the gate where the climb concludes.
Visit the spectacular and understandably popular destinations of the Ngorongoro, Serengeti, and Lake Manyara National Parks. The trip includes two cultural discovery days where you can find out about the way of life of the people living here. Many tourists pass through these areas leaving only a cloud of dust, but with the unique Africa VIP Travel connections we will enjoy some of the local culture. Our goal is to enrich your experience of this part of Africa and ensure more of the benefits of tourism reach the locals directly.
Marangu is a term derived from the native Chagga language and the direct translation is “full of water”. This description corresponds with the luscious, green pastures and beautiful landscapes accordingly. The Marangu Route is highly frequented and it is the oldest route travelled. The Marangu Route is said to be the easiest way to the summit – it ascends gradually which allows for a generally effortless trek. It is the only route that approaches the Kilimanjaro from the southeast. The required time needed to complete the hike is 5 days experts recommend a 6th day for extra acclimatisation on the mountain. The accommodation sets this route apart from the others as there are dormitory style sleeping huts. Your own sleeping bag is required but the huts have relatively comfy mattresses and bunks. The Mandara and Kibo Huts can each accommodate 60 people and the Horombo Hut has 120 beds. The huts have communal dining halls and you will have an opportunity to purchase soda, bottled water and beer. The huts have basic washrooms that range from installed plumbing and running water at the lower huts to ‘long drop’ toilets and buckets of water at the Kibo Hut. The 5 days Marangu Route will always be the timeless trip to Africa’s rooftop, however, the other routes tend to provide more scenic variation.
The Lemosho route is one of the newer routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. The route begins in the west and rather than simply intersecting Shira Plateau (like Machame), Lemosho crosses it from Shira Ridge to Shira Camp. Climbers encounter low traffic until the route joins the Machame route. Afterwards, Lemosho follows the same route through Lava Tower, Barranco and Barafu, known as the southern circuit.
Lemosho route allowing you to camp and fully appreciate the splendor of
your surroundings and the clear night skies. The terrain changes as you ascend the mountain, passing
through thick forest, moorland and scree en route to the highest point of the crater, Uhuru Peak. This is a
challenging trek at altitude, climbing one of the most impressive and well-known mountains in the world.
The minimum number of days required for this route is seven days, although eight days is ideal.
Lemosho is considered the most beautiful route on Kilimanjaro and grants panoramic vistas on various sides of the mountain. It is our favorite route because it offers a great balance of low traffic, scenic views and a high summit success rate. Thus, Lemosho comes highly recommended.
The tightly packed trees with emerald sheaves line the foreground and in the backdrop the crown of Kilimanjaro’s stone ashen mountains with snow topped peaks make their presence known. The journey between transports you to the golden dunes of the desert and up the soft beds of the ice fields before reaching the summit. The scenic views of the landscapes are astounding. The 6 days Marangu Route is favoured by many due to the obvious nature of the path and its gradual incline increase. Are you willing to sacrifice the comfort of sleeping in a bed? Don’t fret, the Marangu Route is the only route that offers accommodation. The sleeping huts resemble dormitories and each bunk bed is equipped with a sponge mattress and pillow. Bathrooms and running water are available at the lower huts. Kibo uses a basic latrine system and buckets of water are available. The 6 days Marangu Route is highly recommended by experts due to the extra acclimatization day. All hikers eat their breakfast and evening meals in a dining hut and this creates an enjoyable, social atmosphere.
This Tanzanian safari itinerary visits the four spectacular and understandably popular destinations of the Lake Manyara, Serengeti, Ngorongo and Tarangire National Parks, all of which are teeming with wildlife. This trip offers an option of one or two cultural discovery days where you can find out about the way of life of the people living there firsthand. There is a modest additional cost, which goes directly to the villagers. Many tourists pass through these areas, leaving only a cloud of dust, but with the unique Africa VIP Travel connections we will experience some of the local culture. Our goal is to enrich your knowledge of this part of Africa and ensure more of the benefits of tourism reach the locals directly.
A taste of the large national parks in Tanzania. You are able to visit the Hadza and Watingdiga tribesmen ( the 'clicker' bushmen) around Lake Eyasi where the Datoga also reside. A great opportunity to see how the nomadic tribes live and hunt. Plenty of wildlife to see in any season and wonderful memories to capture.
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