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Sample detailed Itineray Migration

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6 & 7
  • Day 8

Day 1; Arrive Kimanjaro Airport

Karibu Tanzania!   Arrive Kilimanjaro Airport, Proceed through custom control, collect your luggage and you will meet our transfer driver guide for a warm welcome.  1 hour transfer to The African Tulip for overnight.

 

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Day 2; Arusha to Manyara

After breakfast, meet your driver guide and depart with picnics and head out for Lake Manyara National Park. Full day game drive and late afternoon drive to Lake Manyara Serena for dinner and overnight.

The park covers 330 sq. km, 70% of which is occupied by the lake. The varied ecosystem consists of ground water forests, acacia woodland and open grassland along the lakeshore and sustains a wealth of wildlife, including the Big Five -lion, elephant, leopard, rhino and buffalo. The park is famous for the exclusive tree-climbing lions that inhabit the woodland between the lake and the Rift Valley. It is also an ornithologists’ paradise and is host to over 400 species of birds.

 

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Manyara to Ngorongoro

Early morning depart and drive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area, depart with picnics from the lodge and enjoy a crater tour.Dinner and overnight Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Authority area is part of the larger Serengeti ecosystem, it adjoins the Serengeti National Park, merging into the Southern Plains. The south and west of the area are volcanic highlands including Lake Natron ,the active volcano Ol Donyo Lengai and the lesser known Empakai Crater; the southern and eastern boundaries are defined by the rim of the East African Rift wall.

It is most famous for the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most well-known wildlife areas in the world. The Crater itself is the world's largest inactive and intact volcanic caldera, formed when it exploded and collapsed in on itself some two to three million years ago. The floor of the Crater covers 260 km2 (100 sq mi) and is mostly covered by grasslands with two small wooded areas and a seasonal salt lake in the centre of the crater; the lake is known by two names, Lake Magadi or Lake Makat. The other major water source is the Ngoitokitok, near the eastern crater wall.

 

 

 

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Ngorongoro to Serengeti

After breakfast, depart with picnics and drive to Serengeti National Park. Full day game drive en route to the lodge. Dinner and Overnight Serengeti Serena Lodge.

The Serengeti is probably the most famous wildlife sanctuary in the world. Within its 15,000sq km area it hosts 3 million large mammals. More than 35 species of plain animals- zebra, wildebeest, eland, giraffe, and others are found here. And so for the big five: elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard and rhino.

The park is the staging zone for one the most spectacular events in the natural world- the annual migration of wildebeest. This commences around June when over 1 million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle head for the Maasai Mara in Kenya in search of pasture. They are followed closely by the predators of the savannah-lion, cheetah, wild dog, jackal, hyena and vultures. The Serengeti also has over 500 species of birds.

 

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Serengeti to Kogatende Area

Enjoy full day game drive in the endless plains of Serengeti as you head to Kogatende for a chance to see the great herds of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles or a pride of lions lounging in the Kopje with an overnight at Kati Kati Camp.

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This northern Serengeti area of lush, rolling grassland and tree-lined watercourses is the hub around which the Serengeti migration circulates. During the dry season, the herds mass on both banks of the Mara River, frequently crossing - and braving the crocs - in response to local weather patterns that only they seem to understand.

Unlike the southern plains of the Serengeti that dry out, forcing all but the hardiest of species to leave, this area remains lush and green. There's a collective sigh of relief from the resident game when the one and a half million migrating wildebeest - and the madness that follows them - leave town for a few months. And the resident game in the area is spectacular. Plains game in the form of zebra, topi, gazelles, impala, buffalo and giraffe all frequent the area throughout the year. Lion are rarely far away and leopard, ever present, but always elusive, stalk the rocky kopjes and river lines.

 

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Kogatende to Arusha

After breakfast, game drive enroute to Kogatende airstrip to connect a schedule flight to Arusha, Zanzibar,Pemba, Ruaha or Selous.

 

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Day 3

 

Manyara to Ngorongoro

Early morning depart and drive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area, depart with picnics from the lodge and enjoy a crater tour.Dinner and overnight Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Authority area is part of the larger Serengeti ecosystem, it adjoins the Serengeti National Park, merging into the Southern Plains. The south and west of the area are volcanic highlands including Lake Natron ,the active volcano Ol Donyo Lengai and the lesser known Empakai Crater; the southern and eastern boundaries are defined by the rim of the East African Rift wall.

It is most famous for the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most well-known wildlife areas in the world. The Crater itself is the world's largest inactive and intact volcanic caldera, formed when it exploded and collapsed in on itself some two to three million years ago. The floor of the Crater covers 260 km2 (100 sq mi) and is mostly covered by grasslands with two small wooded areas and a seasonal salt lake in the centre of the crater; the lake is known by two names, Lake Magadi or Lake Makat. The other major water source is the Ngoitokitok, near the eastern crater wall.

 

 

 

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